Tiger Woods announced on his website that he’s playing in the Waste Management Phoenix Open at the end of January.
The Phoenix Open is unique because the crowds are loud and rowdy and there’s stadium-style seating on the par-three 16th hole.
Tiger hasn’t played there since 2001.
In 1997, the 16th hole was the site of one of the coolest moments of Tiger’s career. In front of a boisterous crowd, the 21-year-old phenom dropped a hole in one and the whole place exploded. He then raised the roof while strutting down the fairway.
Turn the volume up on this golf highlight:
Look at him:
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