Rent a Scooter to Get Around the “Greatest Show on Grass”


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Rent equipment from Southwest Mobility to get around the Phoenix Open

The sport of golf certainly isn’t for everyone but if you’re a fan of the game, there are few bigger events than the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Over its 78 year history, the tournament has attracted some of the biggest names in the sport – Byron Nelson, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Ben Hogan, Phil Mickelson, and Tiger Woods – and largest crowds in its history. In 2008, the event attracted over 500,000 spectators to set a PGA Tour tournament week attendance record and in 2013 the Phoenix Open set a single day record with nearly 180,000 fans on hand to watch Arizona State alum Phil Mickelson capture his third win at Scottsdale.

Although the tournament is the main attraction, thousands of fans and other visitors of Scottsdale let loose at the party across the street. After the day’s round is over and the players head to the clubhouse, the action moves to the Birds Nest, an entertainment venue located across from the tournament entrance, for live entertainment. From live concerts headlined by some of the hottest names in music to outstanding food and drinks, the Birds Nest is the best spot in Scottsdale to unwind and have a little fun after a long day cheering on the pros from the gallery.

Southwest Mobility Has a Solution

Southwest MobilityIf you have a little trouble getting around but still want to partake in the festivities Southwest Mobility has the solution. Specializing in the mobility needs of customers in Arizona since 1989, Southwest Mobility has a large selection of mobility and medical equipment for rent from some of the best manufacturers in the industry. From scooters and wheelchairs to powerchairs and walkers, Southwest Mobility has the equipment you need to follow your favorite golfer on the course or get around the city of Scottsdale. Committed to superior customer service, Southwest Mobility offers in-home demonstrations at no extra charge and free in-state delivery.

To browse available equipment for rent, you can stop by one of their two retail locations in Arizona, or view a product list on the company’s page on Rent It Today!

1 comments
Jon Imhoff
Jon Imhoff

Gives a whole new meaning to 'putting around'. It's wonderful the handicapped can enjoy events with these inventions.