Imagine being a professional athlete and not being able to have your friends and family members watch you compete. Without a television contract, this is the reality the players on the Symetra Tour, the qualifying tour for the LPGA, face.

Coming from over 30 countries, the players are faced with limited national and global exposure, frustrating many of them.

In the heart of Phoenix, Arizona, only a few miles away from Old Town in Scottsdale, a stadium sits in anxious arrival of a group of rowdy, boisterous fans that are ready to watch golf and...drink beer.

The Waste Management Open, also known as “The Greatest Show on Grass,” is historic for drawing some of the largest crowds to a golf tournament. The main attraction at this tournament: The “Stadium” hole on ‘16’ seats 20,000 people.