AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

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One of the most exciting events on the PGA TOUR, the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am is contested annually in front of thousands of spectators and millions of television viewers on two of the Monterey Peninsula’s premier golf courses: Pebble Beach Golf Links and Spyglass Hill Golf Course. All tournament proceeds benefit charities throughout Monterey, Santa Cruz, and San Benito Counties.

Meet the Players

Congratulations to Our Past Champions


Tournament Winner: Justin Rose
Score: 269

Justin Rose won by three strokes over Brendon Todd and Brandon Wu, earning his 11th career PGA TOUR title.


Tournament Winner: Aaron Rodgers & Ben Silverman
Score: 189 (54-hole finish)


Tournament Winner: Tom Hoge
Score: 269

Tom carded 7 birdies in his final round at Pebble Beach Golf Links to claim the title.


Tournament Winner: Taylor Moore & Kyle Adams
Score: 264


Tournament Winner: Daniel Berger
Score: 270

Daniel carded four eagles in three rounds at Pebble Beach Golf Links, including a clutch final putt of 30 feet, 7 inches on the 18th hole, to claim the title.


Tournament Winner: Nick Taylor
Score: 198

The Canadian won for the second time on the PGA Tour. His other win came at the 2014 Sanderson Farms Championship, in 2014. While playing for the University of Washington, Taylor in 2010 was named the Ben Hogan Award winner as the nation’s top golfer.


Tournament Winner: Kevin Streelman & Larry Fitzgerald
Score: 254


Tournament Winner: Phil Mickelson
Score: 268

Phil Mickelson at age 48 became the oldest winner in tournament history, finishing a rainy week on a sunny Monday morning for his record-tying fifth victory.


Tournament Winner: Paul Casey and Don Colleran
Score: 253

Popular English pro Paul Casey and FedEx executive Don Colleran had to wait an extra day to capture the team title, finishing two holes on Monday morning to make it official.


Tournament Winner: Ted Potter, Jr.
Score: 270

Following a sizzling 62 at MPCC in the third round, Potter won a showdown with world No. 1 Dustin Johnson on Sunday for his second career win.


Tournament Winner: Kevin Streelman & Larry Fitzgerald
Score: 246

Members of the same golf club in Phoenix, Streelman and Fitzgerald posted the third-lowest team score in tournament history.

Our History & Traditions

The Start of it All

A friendly game of golf that turned into one of the most exciting events in the PGA Tour.

Relive the History

A Great Cause

Since 1947, the tournament now known as the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, has become one of the most internationally recognized stops on the PGA TOUR, and Monterey Peninsula Foundation's grant programs continue to support hundreds of nonprofit organizations.

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