PGA Tour pro giving out beer money to fans will be the most popular man in Phoenix on Friday

February 2, 2018

There are three ways a PGA Tour pro can guarantee getting a huge ovation from the massive crowds at the Waste Management Phoenix Open's famed 16th hole:

  1. Hit a great shot.
  2. Don the jersey of a local sports hero.
  3. Give out beer money.

Ryan Palmer is going the third route. Again.

In what's become a tradition in recent years, Palmer will again toss golf balls wrapped in $10 bills to lucky fans in the crowd so they can buy a brewsky, or maybe one of those new Arnold Palmer Spiked Half & Half concoctions. Either way, no one will complain about catching one of these on Friday afternoon:

Just look how happy this guy was after getting one of Palmer's gifts in 2016:

If I were the Mayor of Phoenix, I'd watch out. Ryan Palmer will be the most popular man in all of Arizona this weekend.

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