Tournament History

The tournament now known as the AT&T Pebble Beach 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.


Wyndham Clark made history at the 2024 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Tied for 23rd heading into Saturday’s third round, he ended the day in first place with a 12-under 60, setting the course record for the lowest score ever at Pebble Beach Golf Links.


The PGA Tour announces that the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am is a 2024 Signature Event. The announcement results in a completely reimagined tournament format, with a primary focus on professional play. Amateurs will now compete alongside professionals (80 players) over the first two rounds, with the competition limited to professionals only for the final two rounds at Pebble Beach Golf Links.


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."


Monterey Peninsula Country Club replaces Poppy Hills.


Dustin Johnson wins the tournament a second year in a row


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


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


Poppy Hills replaces Cypress Point.


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


Bing Crosby dies on a golf course in Spain


Spyglass Hill replaces MPCC


First Bing Crosby 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.


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


Tournament suspended during WWII.


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