This is the PGA Tour's feel-good week.
Days after cacti appeared to outnumber spectators at the Accenture Match Play Championship near Tucson, Ariz., the tour moves to the renamed Waste Management Phoenix Open.
It's a golfapalooza event that features live music, ample amounts of boozing and sunscreen and masses of fans. Tournament Chairman David Rauch predicts that as many as 120,000 will show up for Sunday's final round.
Most tour players love it.
"It's the most fun week of the year," Kevin Streelman said by telephone. "The whole city is abuzz."
Streelman lives in Scottsdale and expects to have at least 40-50 friends and family members...