• PGA Tour to stage Pebble Beach minus amateurs

    8 days ago - By ESPN

    The PGA Tour will stage the 2021 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in February minus the traditional multiday pro-am format due to local COVID-19 restrictions.
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  • 2021 Pebble Beach Pro-Am will only be played with professionals because of COVID-19 concerns

    8 days ago - By CBSSports

    Larry Fitzgerald won't have an opportunity to go back-to-back this year
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  • PGA Tour to hold Pebble Beach tournament without amateurs

    8 days ago - By TheScore

    The 2021 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in February won't be played with its traditional pro-am format due to COVID-19 circumstances in the Monterey Peninsula area of California, the PGA Tour announced Thursday. The professional portion of the tournament will move on with 156 players, but will be played on two courses - Pebble Beach Golf Links and Spyglass Hill - instead of the usual three. The Monterey Peninsula Country Club is typically the third course. The tournament normally features a number of celebrities and high-profile personalities who are paired with golfers before a 54-hole cut is...
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  • Pebble Beach for pros only this year because of COVID spike

    8 days ago - By Sportsnet

    The only stars at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am this year will be the players.
    The spike in COVID-19 cases in California led organizers to cancel the pro-am portion of a tournament with a long history of entertainers and celebrities mixing with the pros on one of the most picturesque courses in the country.
    That means no antics from Bill Murray, Justin Timberlake breaking out into song while waiting on a tee box or even the latest fashion statement from rap singer Macklemore.
    The tournament also is losing one of its golf courses. The 156-man field on Feb. 11-14 will play only at Pebble...
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  • Pebble Beach tournament to go ahead but no Pro-Am in 2021

    8 days ago - By The Irish Times

    Rising Covid-19 cases mean only professional competition will go ahead in 75th year
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