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‘Totally out of control’: Phoenix Open stops selling beer as drunk golf fans cause chaos

Chaotic crowd scenes impacted the golf itself at the Waste Management Phoenix Open as mudslides, snow angels, and fights overshadowed the tournament.

Social media videos went viral of the drunken scenes, which even led to alcohol sales being briefly suspended across the entire event, and fans with tickets being stranded at the barriers unable to get in.

On the final day of the event, last year’s US Ryder Cup captain Zach Johnson and fellow golfer Billy Horschel exchanged angry words with spectators in what is easily the best attended tournament in the sport, but also one where fan behaviour has become a story in itself.

Johnson was heard telling spectators that he was “sick of it” and demanding they “just shut up”.

Some of the videos from the Phoenix Open have gone viral on social media

Horschel, in a separate incident, was seen remonstrating with a spectator for calling out while one of his playing partners, qualifier Nicolo Galletti, was about to hit a shot.

“Buddy, when he’s over a shot shut the hell up man,” Horschel shouted. “He’s trying to hit a damn golf shot here – it’s our f****** job.”

One topless man was arrested after jumping over the ropes and diving into a greenside bunker on the 16th hole, where he proceeded to perform ‘snow angels’ in the sand.

Former BMW PGA Championship winner Byeong Hun An took to social media to brand the event a “s***show” which was “totally out of control on every hole”.

He added: “Played here multiple times over the years and it was fine until today.”

Fans get dressed up and enjoy the event in Scottsdale

The event at TPC Scottsdale had a reported crowd of well over 250,000 on Saturday, and it spiralled out of control.

By mid-afternoon, fans were unable to gain entry despite having tickets, as