Location: Scottsdale, Arizona, USA
Designed By: Tom Weiskopf
Total Yardage: 7,261 yards
Home to the Waste Management Phoenix Open, TPC Scottsdale hosts one of the largest and most raucous events on the PGA TOUR, drawing around 700,000 fans each year. The Stadium Course offers a plethora of challenging obstacles, ranging from tight fairways with clusters of bunkers to large bodies of water waiting to gulp your tee shot.
Designed by Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish in 1986, the 36-hole complex was renovated in 2014, and is most famous for its boisterous 16th hole. Tee off against the best players in the world on one of the best courses the PGA TOUR has to offer, while soaking in the warm Arizona rays and mountainous backdrop.
Featured Hole: 16th (Par 3, 163 Yards)
Straight out of ancient Rome, the iconic 16th tee at TPC Scottsdale is a modern-day Coliseum, where golfers combat intense heat and immense pressure in front of golf-crazed fans. This hole is undeniably one of the loudest environments in all of golf and is unlike any other hole in the world, due to the overwhelming reaction from spectators. Tiger Woods’ hole-in-one in 1997 remains one of the most memorable, if not the greatest, shots of all time, resulting in pandemonium from the attending crowd. Seize the moment and create a special shot of your own in PGA TOUR 2K23.