History

Tournament History

The tournament now known as the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am started out in Rancho Sante Fe, California when Bing Crosby invited some friends to play golf, enjoy a clambake and a raise a little money for charity.

  • Golfing on Poppy Hills

    2010

    Monterey Peninsula Country Club replaces Poppy Hills.

  • Golfing at Cypress Point

    1991

    Poppy Hills replaces Cypress Point.

  • Spyglass Hill MPCC

    1967

    Spyglass Hill replaces MPCC

  • Ten Durein, Dan Searle, and Crosby

    1946

    Ted Durein and Dan Searle approach Crosby re reviving the tournament in Pebble Beach

  • 1942

    Tournament suspended during WWII.

  • 1937

    Bing Crosby hosts the first National Pro-Amateur Golf Championship in Rancho Sante Fe, California. Sam Snead wins first tournament – First place check is $500

  • Phil Mickelson

    2012

    Phil Mickelson wins the event for a fourth time and has this to say “It means a lot to me, it’s a special place for me, an emotional place… my grandfather having caddied here… the overall importance of the tournament to the game and how much I love the place. It just feels great to win this tournament.”

  • Dustin Johnson

    2010

    Dustin Johnson wins the tournament a second year in a row

  • Phil Mickelson

    2007

    Phil Mickelson wins the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am – First place check is $990,000.

  • Tiger Woods

    2000

    Tiger Woods wins and goes on to win the U.S. Open also at Pebble Beach later that year.

  • AT&T Logo

    1986

    AT&T becomes title sponsor. Fuzzy Zoeller wins the pro portion as well as the pro-am with partner Mike Evans.

  • 1977 Bing Crosby

    1977

    Bing Crosby dies on a golf course in Spain

  • First Bing Crosby National Pro-Amateur Golf Championship on Pebble Beach

    1947

    First Bing Crosby National Pro-Amateur Golf Championship on Pebble Beach, Cypress Point and Monterey Peninsula Country Club. Ed Furgol ties with George Fazio. Sam Snead and Roger Kelly win the pro-am portion.