The Waste Management Phoenix Open is typically the wildest stop on the PGA Tour schedule, with thousands of crazy fans attending to support some of the biggest names in the world, but unfortunately we will be in for a much calmer atmosphere this week.
Due to Covid restrictions, a maximum of 5000 spectators will be allowed inside TPC Scottsdale in Arizona each day for this week's Phoenix Open, where Rory McIlroy will play in the tournament for the vert first time.
The iconic 16th hole, nicknamed The Coliseum, is the hole that the PGA Tour players look forward to the most, as it's usually packed with thousands of screaming fans.
For some golfers, silence is expected whilst they take their shots, but for others, it's a chance to get a Ryder Cup style roar and soak up the stmosphere.
Last year, fan-favourite Rickie Fowler received a warm welcome from the spectators, who came up with a new chant that certainly made him smile. As the crowd started to calm down whilst he lined up his birdie putt, Fowler raised his arm in the air to get the fans going again, before rolling his ball straight into the hole.
LISTEN TO THE CROWD'S HILARIOUS CHANT FOR FOWLER BELOW:
As well as sing brilliant songs and chants to entertain the players, some spectators went the extra mile to put a smile on the PGA Tour's stars.
A video went viral at last year's event of a woman flashing her chest at the players on the green, which caused the crowd to go wild.
WATCH THE WOMAN REVEAL A LITTLE TOO MUCH BELOW:
“How am I supposed to putt with that going on?”— Fantasy Golf Pod (@fantasygolfpod) February 2, 2020
A friend of a friend sent this to us from yesterday on 16. #WastedManagement pic.twitter.com/S4soHyTh5P
Alcohol usually plays a huge role at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, with a lot of spectators spending most of their time at TPC Scottsdale drinking as much beer as they can.
It usually leads to a fair few people getting kicked out if their behavior gets a little out of hand or if it's clear they've had one too many.
Every year during the week of the Phoenix Open, an iconic video resurfaces of one golf fan at the event who can barely walk after enjoying himself a little too much at TPC Scottsdale.
CHECK OUT THE ICONIC DRUNKARD IN THE VIDEO BELOW:
It's a shame we won't get to watch the typical party vibes of the Phoenix Open this year, but with spectators slowly returning to PGA Tour events, I'm sure next year will be even more wild once a full capacity crowd can return.