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 last few years there have been whispers that the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am has become tired. The 2016 tournament, which is loaded with star power, changes all that. So far, six players in the Top 10 of the world rankings have committed to play.
The WGC Cadillac Match Play brought out the best in a world class field at TPC Harding Park, in a way that stroke play can’t.
Jordan Spieth returns to AT&T Pro-Am, while Max Homa will make his professional debut at Pebble Beach.