The inaugural TaylorMade Pebble Beach Invitational is set to tee off Nov. 19-22 at The Links at Spanish Bay, Spyglass Hill and host Pebble Beach Golf Links. The unique event features members of the PGA, LPGA, Champions and Web.com Tours competing side-by-side for the same purse.
Last weekend’s Frys.com Open was the last, as supermarket chain Safeway will take over as title sponsor in 2016. As part of the deal, the season-opening PGA Tour event will continue to be held at Silverado Resort in Napa through 2020.
Twelve members of the Junior Tour of Northern California got the chance to play with the pros Sunday as part of Frys.com Open week. The participating pros were James Hahn, Scott Langley, Ollie Schnedierjans and Jarrod Lyle.
The annual AT&T Pro-Am has dropped “national” from its name and is now the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Along with a name change, the tournament also has a new logo. The 2016 tournament could also see an influx of new celebrity names.
Junior Tour of Northern California alum Bryson DeChambeau heads to this week’s U.S. Open at Chambers Bay on a roll. Can DeChambeau keep up his steady play in one of golf’s greatest championships?
Dustin Johnson’s return from a personal leave looms closer. Earlier this week, Johnson’s swing coach Butch Harmon hinted that Johnson would play in the Farmers Insurance Open. If not there, Johnson could return at the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, where he’s planning to play.
The top six boys and girls from the 2014 Junior Tour of Northern California points standings will play with the pros at Silverado in the Frys.com Open Pro-Junior.
Tony Finau is headed to the PGA Tour. The big-hitting Web.com Tour rookie’s win at the Stonebrae Classic bumped him to No.8 on the money list with three events left in the season.
PGA Tour member and NCGA alum Matt Bettencourt is eager to get a crack at the new Poppy Hills. The course opens to public play April 4.
With 10 years of ShotLink data under its belt, the PGA Tour is beginning to make great advancements with analytics. And some of golf’s greatest myths are going down. New stats include strokes gained in driving, approaches and short game.