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PGA Gets Rolling in 2022 With Luke List Winning Farmers Open. February and March Heat Up with Some of the Best Tournaments All Season Long

The Waste Management Open Will Again See Crowds Like This in 2022

Story By: Erin Zollars

File Photos By: Sol Tucker

Miami, FL–

While we have had stretch of cold weather in South Florida and our golf game had to take a couple days off, the PGA is heating up in heading into February with Luke List winning the Farmers Open and ready to tackle some of the biggest tournaments coming up in February and March.

List edged out Will Zalatoris in a playoff on Saturday, picking up his first win after 206 career starts.

The PGA has put a lot of first timers into the winners column over the past two years, it has been the rivalries between players like Brooks and Bryson heating up and guys like Mickelson still hanging on in some of the top tournaments that has ignited the fan base in person and at home. Some tournaments will return to pre-pandemic fan levels for the first time in 2022, which should make the notable stops even more enjoyable.

Going into the first week of February, one of the more prestigious tournaments in the Pebble Beach Pro-Am is set to kick off and surely will draw some good TV numbers and draw some good celebrities, but it is the next few tournaments that include the Waste Management Open that tour players are really looking forward to gearing up for. Koepka certainly is looking forward to defending his crown there and perhaps will continue to rock his blonde hair for that tournament.

The “Wasted Management” Open is one of the best experiences on tour and the musical line-up this year including acts like Diplo along with one of the best holes in golf makes this the place to be Super Bowl Weekend. If you are in Phoenix Feb 11-13, you will see why this stop each year has fans running for the gates at 6am on the final day.

After Phoenix, the Tour takes a trip back to LA for the Genesis Invitational and then makes that Florida swing that has been extremely popular with stops at PGA National, Bay Hill and then the tournament most all players look forward to, The Players Championship at TPCSawgrass. With COVID in play, we didn’t make the Florida trip for the first time in many years. We look forward to getting back to the Sunshine State in March and see Justin Thomas try and defend his crown on that Island Green. Maybe they bring in a concert like the Chainsmokers to get all of the golf fans back in the mix too.

The Florida tour will wind up at the end of March at Innisbrook just outside of Tampa for where Sam Burns will try and defend his crown with a 1.2 million dollar payout on the line.

So, get ready to enjoy some great golf over the next two months and lets see if the PGA Tour can get a few more first timers in the win column and let’s see those rivalries get hot just like the weather will in Florida over the next few weeks.

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