If you are a fan of golf, you know all about the Waste Management Phoenix Open. The PGA Tour event at TPC Scottsdale in Arizona is truly one of a kind, especially the annual party at the 16th hole. There is seriously nothing else like it anywhere in sports and one lady proved why once again.
To say the annual golf tournament is popular would be the understatement of the century. People show up in droves to drink all day and heckle some of the greatest golfers alive. Just look at the people sprinting to get a good seat before the sun even came up on Saturday.
That same day, a woman dressed in a neon green shirt decided to flash golfers before they lined up to putt. The video from Fantasy Golf Pod during the third round went viral on social media, which is far from shocking.
WARNING: This video contains NSFW content.
Waste Management Open Flasher
Having flashers at big-time sporting events is becoming quite the trend these days. A pair of women got banned for life by Major League Baseball for flashing their goods during the World Series. Another model attempted to do the same at the Super Bowl between the Chiefs and 49ers.
But golf? That’s definitely new, especially considering everyone should be extra quiet when a golfer has a putter in his hand, but that’s the beauty of the Waste Management Open. Nobody seems to care.
If you think that’s the only crazy shenanigan to happen during the week, guess again. One fan brought a dildo to the golf course.
Another guy (and very likely several others) had to be carried home.
As for the golf tournament itself, Webb Simpson defeated Tony Finau in a playoff after posting a 17-under score after 72 holes. Justin Thomas, Nate Lashley and Bubba Watson all tied for third place at 14-under. The top eight spots belonged to golfers from the United States.
At the end of the day, most of the fans didn’t really care who won. There’s even a chance a few don’t remember. But everyone in the stands likes to have a good time and nobody will likely forget the one lady who wanted to show she was having an absolute blast.
This article was originally published February 4, 2020.