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Waste Management Open 2021 tee times, TV coverage, live stream and more to watch Thursday’s Round 1

The PGA Tour is starting to get underway with its fifth event of the 2021 calendar year. After staying in California for each of the last two tournaments, it will head to Scottsdale, Arizona, for the 2021 Waste Manage Phoenix Open.

Webb Simpson is the returning champion of the 2020 tournament, but he will not be the favorite to repeat at TPC Scottsdale. That would be for Jon Rahm, coming off a tied seventh place at the Farmers Insurance Open. And, a quick note to fans looking for him: Tiger Woods will not appear at the Waste Management Open. He is still recovering from back surgery and has not yet committed to a return date.

With that, here’s everything you need to know about the 2020 Waste Management Open, including TV channels, streaming options, tee times, portfolio, odds, and more:

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Watch the Waste Management Open live

The Waste Management Open will take place Thursday through Sunday. The Golf Channel will run the first two rounds before splitting coverage with NBC on Friday and Saturday. (all Eastern):

Date Hour television channel
Thursday February 4 3-7 pm GOLF, fuboTV
Friday February 5 3-7 pm GOLF, fuboTV
Saturday 6 February 1-3 pm GOLF, fuboTV
3-6 pm NBC, fuboTV
Sunday February 7 1-3 pm GOLF, fuboTV
3-7 pm NBC, fuboTV

Viewers can also stream the action via PGA Tour Live. Below are the scheduled broadcast times (all eastern hours):

Date Hour
Thursday February 4 9:15 a.m. M. A 7 p. M.
Friday February 5 9:15 a.m. M. A 7 p. M.
Saturday 6 February 11 am-6pm
Sunday February 7 11 am-6pm

Waste Management 2020 exit times

Here’s the full list of Waste Management Open tee times for Thursday’s Round 1:

Round 1: Thursday, February 4

Time (ET) Tee Grouping
9:20 am No. 1 Kyle Stanley, Sam Ryder and Scott Harrington
No. 10 Emiliano Grillo, Byeong Hun An, Will Zalatoris
09:30 am No. 1 Camilo Villegas, Lucas Glover, Rory Sabbatini
No. 10 Matt Jones, Luke List and Jamie Lovemark
9:40 am No. 1 Joel Dahmen, Tom Hoge and Will Gordon
No. 10 James Hahn, Scott Brown and Matthew NeSmith
9:50 am No. 1 Sungjae Im, Ryan Palmer and Russell Knox
No. 10 Si Woo Kim, Brooks Koepka and Rickie Fowler
10 am No. 1 JT Poston, Keith Mitchell and Zach Johnson
No. 10 Daniel Berger, Rory McIlroy and Daniel Berger
10:10 am No. 1 Max Homa, Satoshi Kodaira and Patton Kizzire
No. 10 Cameron Champ, Bubba Watson and Jason Day
10:20 am No. 1 Hudson Swafford, Jason Dufner and Jimmy Walker
No. 10 Carlos Ortiz, Nate Lashley, Luke Donald
10:30 am No. 1 Brian Gay, Richy Werenski and Austin Cook
No. 10 Sung Kang, JB Holmes and Andrew Putnam
10:40 am No. 1 Sebastián Muñoz, Pat Perez, Kevin Streelman
No. 10 Nick Taylor, Brian Harman and Kevin Stadler
10:50 am No. 1 Ryan Moore, Henrik Norlander and Adam Schenk
No. 10 Charley Hoffman, Harry Higgs and Bo Hoag
11am No. 1 Brian Stuard, Scott Stallings and Mark Hubbard
No. 10 Sam Burns, Wyndham Clark and Erik van Rooyen
1:40 pm No. 1 Louis Oosthuizen, Harold Varner III and Scottie Scheffler
No. 10 Adam Hadwin, Charl Schwartzel and Denny McCarthy
1:50 pm No. 1 Russell Henley, Vaughn Taylor, John Huh
No. 10 Chris Kirk, Hunter Mahan and Bo Van Pelt
2 pm No. 1 Steve Stricker, Padraig Harrington and Jerry Kelly
No. 10 Danny Lee, Patrick Rodgers and Beau Hossler
2:10 pm No. 1 Harris English, Jon Rahm, Justin Thomas
No. 10 Stewart Cink, Kevin Tway and William McGirt
2:20 pm No. 1 Webb Simpson, Gary Woodland and Hideki Matsuyama
No. 10 Dylan Frittelli, Adam Long, Troy Merritt
2:30 pm No. 1 Matthew Wolff, Ryan Armor and Brendan Steele
No. 10 Tyler Duncan, Michael Kim and Grayson Murray
2:40 pm No. 1 Brendon Todd, Chez Reavie and Brice Garnett
No. 10 Martin Laird, Corey Conners, Ted Potter Jr.
2:50 pm No. 1 Robert Streb, Michael Thompson and Aaron W
No. 10 Coach Martin, Matt Kuchar, Keegan Bradley
3 pm No. 1 CT Pan, Billy Horschel and Jordan Spieth
No. 10 Doc Redman, Sepp Straka and Tom Lewis
3:10 pm No. 1 Cameron Tringale, Taylor Gooch and Cameron Tringale
No. 10 Sean O’Hair, Kyoung-Hoon Lee and Robby Shelton
3:20 pm No. 1 Mark Anguiano, Davis Riley, John Augenstein
No. 10 Vincent Whaley, Jesse Mueller and Nick Hardy

Waste management Open wallet

The portfolio for this year’s Waste Management Open is $ 7.3 million, with $ 1,314 million for the winner, matching last year’s tournament.

Waste Management odds, picks for 2021

World No. 2 Jon Rahm (+650) is once the favorite with odds to win it all for the second tournament in a row, this time in Scottsdale. He finished tied for seventh at the Farmers Insurance Open with a score of 8 under par. World No. 3 Justin Thomas is very close at +900 odds; his last event on the PGA Tour was the Sentry Tournament of Champions, January 7-10, where he finished third at 24 under par. Simpson, the defending champion, is ranked fifth according to punters.

Below are the golfers with the best odds of winning the Waste Management Open 2021:

  • Jon Rahm +650
  • Justin Thomas +900
  • Rory McIlroy +1100
  • Xander Schauffele +1100
  • Webb Simpson +1 600
  • Daniel Berger +2200
  • Hideki Matsuyama +2500
  • Harris English +2800
  • Sungjae Im +3300
  • Will Zalatoris +4000
  • Bubba Watson +4500
  • Rickie Fowler +4500
  • Scottie Scheffler +4500

Where is waste management open 2021?

Waste Management 2021 will take place at TPC Scottsdale, Arizona, home of the Phoenix Open every year since 1987. Waste Management Open 2021 will take place on the Stadium Course.

Waste Management Open 2021 COVID-19 rules

The Waste Management Open will feature the most spectators in the venue since the PGA Tour resumed in June 2020 – just under 5,000 socially distanced fans per day. Tournament director Scott Jenkins originally planned for approximately 8,000 fans to attend daily, though he had to reduce that with the increase in COVID-19 cases in the state of Arizona. Fans must wear masks and have their temperature checked before they are allowed to enter the field.

Waste Management Open previous winners

Simpson will seek to replicate a feat that only three other golfers have accomplished since 2000: winning the Phoenix Open twice. That was most recently accomplished by Hideki Matsuyama in 2016 and ’17, the only golfer to repeat as a winner this millennium. The other golfers are Phil Mickelson (2005, ’13) and JB Holmes (2006, ’08). Here’s a look at each of the winners since 2000 and the actions of their respective winners:

Year Winner Winner participation
2020 Webb simpson $ 1,314 million
2019 Rickie fowler $ 1,278 million
2018 Gary Woodland $ 1,242 million
2017 Hideki Matsuyama $ 1,206 million
2016 Hideki Matsuyama $ 1.17 million
2015 Brooks koepka $ 1,134 million
2014 Kevin stadler $ 1,116 million
2013 Phil Mickelson $ 1,116 million
2012 Kyle stanley $ 1,098 million
2011 Mark Wilson $ 1,098 million
2010 Hunter mahan $ 1.08 million
2009 Kenny perry $ 1.08 million
2008 JB Holmes $ 1.08 million
2007 Aaron Baddeley $ 1.08 million
2006 JB Holmes $ 936,000
2005 Phil Mickelson $ 936,000
2004 Jonathan Kaye $ 936,000
2003 Vijay singh $ 720,000
2002 Chris DiMarco $ 720,000
2001 Mark Calcavecchia $ 720,000
2000 Tom lehman $ 576,000

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