Memorable Moments from the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Pebble Beach

One of the oldest tournaments on the PGA TOUR, the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am dates back to 1947 when Bing Crosby invited some friends to play golf. He created a star studded 70-year tradition where top names in golf, sprinkled along with a few fun celebrities, partner up with one another at arguably the most famous golf course in the United States.

We’ve been keeping up with the event and noticed that the relaxed atmosphere seems to be infectious to players, celebrities, and fans alike. It’s turning in to be one of the most humorous events of all year. (Probably because there’s so many comedians on the grounds.)

Below are some top trending photos and videos from the event.

Kunal Nayyar

This man was an innocent bystander until actor Kunal Nayyar accidentally hit a ball right into his face. Here you can see him icing his left cheek and giving Kunal a hug despite the minor injury. At least this guy got a free ticket to the Big Bang Theory out of the ordeal!

Git R Done Golf Balls

Comedian Larry the Cable Guy brought an entire backpack filled with giveaway golf balls. We’re sure the fans will be yelling “Git-R-Done!” instead of “In the Hole!” after every hit.

Here’s a slow-mo video of Larry’s swing. We know you’ve been anxious to see what it’s like.

Bill Murray is the only celebrity who can really get the fans laughing. In this video you can see him doing his usual by striking a pose after taking a shot.

And it didn’t stop there. Bill also threw his club into the ocean after teeing off on the par-3 seventh hole.


Wayne Gretzky, the Canadian former professional ice hockey player and former head coach, was out swinging at Pebble too. This guy must be his #1 fan.

Justin Timberlake

A young Justin Timberlake fan holds on a sign that references JT’s SNL sketch Bring It on Down to Liquorville. Justin’s partner, Justin Rose, noted an increase in female attendance while playing on Spyglass Hill.  “I’ve never seen a demographic like that on a golf course where you’re sort of running the gauntlet from one tee to the other. Everyone was under 21 and 80 percent female,” Rose said.

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