Over the last few years, there’s been whispers that the AT&T Pro-Am was getting tired. The field for the 2016 AT&T Pro-Am brings back a much needed jolt.
The Monterey Peninsula Foundation announced Monday that Bill Murray is headed back to the AT&T Pro-Am for 2015. What will Bill do this time? If the past is any indication, who the heck knows?
Former Pro-Am champ Bill Murray won’t be able to play this year, but Kid Rock, Aaron Rodgers, Alex Smith and Wayne Gretzky are coming. The pro field includes Phil Mickelson and Jordan Spieth.