Streaker Pole Dances With Flagstick At The Waste Management Phoenix Open


For those who don’t know much about pro golf, there’s one thing for certain you should know…

The 16th hole at the PGA Tour’s Waste Management Phoenix Open is the most electric atmosphere in golf.

We all know that golf is known for being a quiet sport, because one small noise while a golfer is hitting could distract them and throw them off their game.

However, those rules don’t apply at the 16th at the Waste Management.

Thousands of rowdy fans get to the course at the crack of dawn to make sure they get a seat in the massive grandstands on the 16th hole, and as the day goes on and the beers start flowing, you’d think you were sitting at a basketball or football game.

As golfers come through, the fans meet them with a roar of yells and applause, and if they hit a good shot, the fans go absolutely nuts. And if they don’t, then the fans basically boo them off the golf course.

Every now and again, you’ll have a streaker make their way onto the hole…

And that’s exactly what happened yesterday.

Video footage has gone viral of a dude wearing tidy-whiteys and rocking a mullet and some Pit Vipers, running onto the middle of the green in front of thousands of fans.

He runs around for a bit, hyping up the crowd, and then proceeds to start pole dancing on the flagstick.

You have to respect the creativity here. We’ve seen several streakers at golf tournaments over the years, but this is the first time we’ve ever seen one pole dance with the flagstick on live TV.

This one is an all-timer:

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock