Five Ways to Get Kicked out of the Waste Management Phoenix Open

Once a year, Scottsdale's finest convene with bonafide golf lovers and your average collegiate boozers for a day of drinking, partying, and, oh yeah, golf. For years the Waste(d) Management Phoenix Open has given Valley boozers a great reason to get outside and pretend to like golf -- for a day.

It's a perfect storm of otherwise disparate social groups. Which of course, means there are quite a few ground rules and lots and lots of cops. From the obvious golf etiquette faux pas to a few tips we've picked up from our own Phoenix Open forays, here are five sure fire ways to get booted from the biggest, baddest party on the PGA.

See also: - Photos from the Waste Management Phoenix Open 2012 - Nine Places to Party in Scottsdale During (and After) the Waste Management Phoenix Open - Former "Phoenix Open" Golf Tournament Now to Be Called "Waste Management Open;" Way to Keep it Classy, Scottsdale

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Lauren Saria
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