LPGA Tour star Sophia Popov wants there to be an edition of the WM Phoenix Open on the women's tour, having seen the excitement in Arizona over the weekend.
There is currently no type of Phoenix Open on the LPGA Tour, so the circuit has not yet experienced the thrill of the stadium hole and the buzz of the 20,000-seater grandstands.
In fact, the LPGA Tour doesn't have any fixtures in Arizona in the 2022 season but Popov would love to play at TPC Scottsdale as would many other women's players too I'm sure.
"Can we please have a WMPO for women too… I wanna have just as much fun as @harryhiggs1991 and @Joel_Dahmen had on 16 today at a golf tournament," Popov tweeted on Sunday.
Harry Higgs and Joel Dahmen certainly did have fun. On the green of the 16th hole, they took their shirts off and lapped up the chaos in the crowd, scenes that we have never seen before on the PGA Tour.
There was also raucous scenes on Saturday and Sunday when Sam Ryder and Carlos Ortiz made their respective hole-in-ones.
We have seen at various tournaments such as the Solheim Cup that the crowd interaction with LPGA Tour players is also fantastic and it would be great to see an LPGA Tour event at TPC Scottsdale.
Popov, whose only win on tour so far came at the AIG Women's Open Championship in 2020, hasn't started her 2022 in the richest vein of form.
The German missed the cut at the LPGA Drive On Championship and also the Gainbridge LPGA. She is currently ranked 46th in the Race to the CME Globe.
She also missed seven cuts in 2021 but came close to doubling her LPGA Tour tally when finishing runner-up at the Bank of Hope LPGA Match-Play.