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Phoenix Open

February 3, 2011 by staff 

Phoenix Open, (AP) – The freezing temperature in the valley is locking Waste Management Phoenix Open in their icy grip. Tournament officials say Thursday’s opening round in Scottsdale will be delayed one hour. Starting time was pushed back at 09:40

“We’re looking at a kind of late, maybe two hours,” communications director Rob Myers said earlier Thursday. The official word is dropped when the sun rose. Then the PGA officials were able to walk the course to examine the effect of freezing during the night had on her.

Wednesday Xerox Silver Pro-Am was canceled after a hard frost kept closed, while the Bird’s Nest has been a hot spot as the Doobie Brothers took to the stage and partygoers gathered in the propane heater.

The freezing temperature in the valley is locking Waste Management Phoenix Open in their icy grip.

Tournament officials say Thursday’s opening round in Scottsdale will be delayed one hour. Starting time was pushed back at 09:40

“We’re looking at a kind of late, maybe two hours,” communications director Rob Myers said earlier Thursday.

The official word is dropped when the sun rose. Then the PGA officials were able to walk the course to examine the effect of freezing during the night had on her.

Wednesday Xerox Silver Pro-Am was canceled after a hard frost kept closed, while the Bird’s Nest has been a hot spot as the Doobie Brothers took to the stage and partygoers gathered in the propane heater.

The beginning to the Phoenix Open was delayed by severe frosts at TPC Scottsdale.

After freezing and frozen turf destroys the pro-am round Wednesday, temperatures were in the 20s by mid-morning Thursday, when the first groups were scheduled to tee off. The high set for the day is 52. Frost delays are also expected Friday morning.

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