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“What a beast” – Joel Dahmen continues impressive tradition at raucous Phoenix Open to fans’ delight

Joel Dahmen made fans for life at the WM Phoenix Open by continuing a great tradition in front of a roaring crowd in Scottsdale.

Since 2015, Ryan Palmer has been throwing golf balls to the crowd on the infamous 16th hole – a den of debauchery – with money attached and a note.

Dahmen delighted Phoenix Open fans to continue Palmer tradition


Dahmen delighted Phoenix Open fans to continue Palmer traditionCredit: PGA Tour

The note would tell fans to “enjoy a cold drink on me” at the notoriously loud WM Phoenix Open, allowing fans to go wild.

However, Palmer failed to qualify this year, leaving fans disappointed at the thought of missing out on the annual tradition.

But Dahmen, who finished tied for 41st place, stepped up in his absence, recreating the tradition by throwing his own golf balls into a noisy crowd.

A topless fan captured the package before opening it on camera in front of her pals on a humid day at TPC Scottsdale.

We hear one of his friends say: “No way!”

Opening the package to reveal money and a note, he read it aloud: “Enjoy a cold one on me.” »

This led to more boos and screams from fans before revealing the note on camera.

“And the jersey too. Joel Dahmen! What a beast. He’s doing this tournament. He’s doing it,” the fan shouted.

Dahmen, a man of the people, replaced Palmer after Palmer missed the cut


Dahmen, a man of the people, replaced Palmer after Palmer missed the cutCredit: PGA Tour
Fans loved Dahmen's antics at the infamous 16th hole


Fans loved Dahmen’s antics at the infamous 16th holeCredit: PGA Tour

Dahmen already solidified his legendary status among fans when in 2022 he and Harry Higgs took their shirts off on the 16th hole at TPC Scottsdale.

In an episode of “The Full Swing” on Netflix, Dahmen was seen downing a few cans of White Claw between qualifying rounds of the US Open.

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The WM Phoenix Open has gained a reputation for degraded scenes with drunk fans during the week’s event.

Alcohol sales had to be stopped at one point after 30 people passed out, while some fans went too far with alcohol consumption affecting the players.

There have been incidents where fans heckled players before they took shots, with Jordan Spieth among those targeted.

Zach Johnson also clashed with intoxicated fans after being taunted before shooting.

And videos have also circulated showing fans urinating on the golf course in broad daylight, brawls in the crowd and topless patrons sliding down muddy, alcohol-soaked hills.

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Cammile Bussière

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