World Series champs Matt Cain and Buster Posey will tee it up at Pebble Beach Golf Links for the 2015 AT&T Pro-Am. Cain has made the Pro-Am cut twice in four tries. Posey will be making his debut.
It took Jimmy Walker 188 starts on the PGA Tour to collect his first win. Now Walker has three wins in eight starts, including two in Northern California.
Jordan Spieth returns to AT&T Pro-Am, while Max Homa will make his professional debut at Pebble Beach.
Davis Love III is back at the AT&T Pro-Am at the age of 49. He may be back at Pebble in September as a 50-year-old for the First Tee Open.
Fifteen years ago Payne Stewart won the AT&T Pro-Am thanks to a charge at Poppy Hills. Stewart’s win is one of many big anniversaries this year.
Cal alum Max Homa has been granted a sponsor exemption into the AT&T Pro-Am. He’s also playing at Torrey Pines this week on an exemption.
One of the things that drew Peter Jacobsen to this week’s Humana Challenge was the tournament’s Pro-Am format. At the AT&T Pro-Am, Jacobsen will forever be linked with am partner Jack Lemmon.