Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Waste Management Phoenix Open will be a smaller event in 2021, but Scottsdale Police officers will still be out in force to make sure people don't drink and drive.
2021's open will see a thinner crowd due to COVID-related restrictions that were not present for 2020's open.
Due to COVID-19 worries, officials with the Waste Management Phoenix Open are capping attendance to 5,000 people, per day. Despite the restrictions, some are hopeful the open can bring some positive energy to the Valley's economy.
While the Waste Management Phoenix Open will look different this year, one thing isn't -- the iconic 'WM' logo filled with golf balls. FOX 10's Carmen Blackwell reports.
The Waste Management Phoenix Open typically draws a big crowd, but that is set to change in 2021 thanks to COVID-19.
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Officials with the Waste Management Phoenix Open say the golfing event in 2021 will look different as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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