Gov. Ducey talks about reduced capacity at Waste Management Phoenix Open

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents PGA Tour.)

By AZ Family

SCOTTSDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — Gov. Doug Ducey sat down with Arizona’s Family to talk about how different the Waste Management Phoenix Open will look this year amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

What would typically be an event with close to 600,000 people attending over seven days will be reduced to 5,000 fans at the TPC Scottsdale. The Phoenix Thunderbirds, of whom Ducey is a member and who organize the event, worked with the PGA and the Arizona Department of Health Services to keep everyone safe, Ducey says.

“If you think on a traditional Saturday, there will be 150,00 to 200,000 people and this is down to 5,000, you’re talking about a couple percent of what the course can hold, so I think it will be responsible,” Ducey said. “It’s also within [A]DHS guidelines and working with the City of Scottsdale.”

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