SCOTTSDALE, AZ - More than 100,000 people surrounded the course for round two of the Waste Management Phoenix Open Friday.
Sunshine and 70s are making the scores low and the crowd happy.
On Saturday, the tournament is going green to raise some green for three environmental charities.
Waste Management officials said the more people who wear green, the more money that will be raised.
After the last ball is putted in, the party doesn't stop.
Officials say country music star Dierks Bentely sold out at the Birds Nest Friday night.
There are still tickets available for Friday night's headliner, O.A.R.
The Phoenix Open continues through Sunday afternoon in Scottsdale.
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