Ten teams to watch at AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
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Written by Jim McCabe @PGATOUR
All-time greatest shots from AT&T Pebble Beach
Throwers and catchers
– Does he wish he were prepping for Phoenix? (Super Bowl LVI, not the Waste Management Phoenix Open!) Yes. But Pebble Beach playing his second-favorite sport is a nice consolation for the Buffalo Bills QB.
– Not a bad way to contemplate your future plans, strolling the fairways of three iconic golf courses. The Packers’ star has become a fixture in this event.
– Talk about seamlessly moving from the gridiron to the fairways, Fitzgerald teamed with Streelman to win here in 2018 and 2020.
– A diehard San Francisco Giants fan, Watney gets to play with arguably the heart and soul of that organization during his 12-year career. Posey was an all-world catcher and leader.
If you like musical comedies
– Twelve years since they combined for a memorable team win in this iconic tournament, this pairing is still together, still enamored with “the Clambake.”
– Beloved for his “Everybody Loves Raymond” career, Romano thrives in this spotlight and will be paired with a three-time Korn Ferry Tour winner.
– Some serious Bulldog power here. Kiz, of course, is still riding the joy of a second straight national championship for Georgia, and Kelley, of the famed country music group Lady A, is from Augusta, Ga.
– Annually this is the Power Group here at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Owen, the hugely popular country music singer, plays beautifully and blends in nicely alongside his good friend.
– The pride of Stanford will truly be represented here. Wu helped the Cardinal win the 2018-19 NCAA Championship, while the former Secretary of State is currently the Director of the Hoover Institute at her alma mater.
– Continuing his rise in the competitive PGA TOUR world, Smalley gets an impressive partner. Ueberroth is currently President of Globicon, a private investment advisory firm that is focused on media, sports, and entertainment. She is the former President of NBA International.
Jim McCabe has covered golf since 1995, writing for The Boston Globe, Golfweek Magazine, and PGATOUR.COM. Follow Jim McCabe on Twitter.