PGA pro C.T. Pan hits driver off of No. 18 during Round 1 of the Waste Management Phoenix Open, Thursday, Jan. 30, 2020, in Scottsdale, Ariz. (Tyler Drake/Arizona Sports)
A limited number of general admission tickets for the 2021 Waste Management Phoenix Open are now available to the public.
The tickets run for $100 per day for Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, and $125 for Friday or Saturday, the tournament announced Tuesday.
Due to the amount of general admission tickets this year, ticket orders will be limited to 10 per transaction. They can be purchased on the WMPO website.
In addition, spectators can purchase individual daily tickets for No. 16 and Clubhouse hospitality venues. Prior to the 2021 event, the tickets for the 16th and Clubhouse venues were only available in weekly packages.
Limited weekly packages for both areas are available to the public as well.
The tournament’s announcement comes two weeks after WMPO said it was moving forward with limited fans and a scaled-down No. 16 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“We don’t have an exact attendance figure at this time but we will be conservative in all of our decision-making to ensure the health and safety of all involved with the event and our community,” tournament chairman Scott Jenkins said in a press release.
“Given the fact our venue is a 192-acre, open-aired facility that will allow for safe social distancing measures, combined with COVID safety protocols including the wearing of masks on-site, we are confident we will conduct a safe and responsible event in February.”