It’s not only the professional’s who are battling it out on Carmel Bay for a prestigious trophy but also a chance for celebrities and sports legends alike to strut their skills.
The PGA Tour’s West Coast swing moves from Arizona to California this week, turning the page from the ‘loudest hole in golf’ at TPC Scottsdale to a new chapter on a wind-swept trio of courses at the Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
The 2018 edition of the event is filled to brim with celebrity status and blockbuster names, gracing Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill and Monterey Peninsula Country Club
Rumours have even whistled round of people splashing out $30,000 for a place.
All of the professionals in the field are paired with an amateur partner for each of the first three rounds, which then sees a 54-hole cut after each player has competed on all three of the courses until Saturday.
For the final-round the top-25 pro-am teams join the top-60 and ties vying for the professional title at Pebble Beach Golf Links on Sunday. Check out 8 of the hottest names gracing the west coast links this week, in our slideshow.
A past winner of the tournament, back in 2011 alongside D.A. Point, the acting legend is back to entertain crowds with his classic comedy and crazy clothes.
The former college golfer at Georgetown University has graced the pro-am circuit for the past few years now and recently played with Jordan Spieth at the Sony Open in Hawaii.
Featuring in Baywatch last year, Rohrbach is a former ‘Sports Illustrated’ swimsuit model.
The Arizona Cardinals wide receiver is serious about golf and his love for the game, revealing that he’s risen from a 6.6 handicap to between 10 and 11.
A golf junkie, Fitzgerald is a member of four clubs — Whisper Rock in Scottsdale, Paradise Valley in Phoenix and Interlachen and Spring Hill in his home state of Minnesota.
Carlton! From the hit 90s TV show, Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Alfonso has serious moves off the golf course but a solid swing on it.
From head-to-toe in Nike apparel and clubs last year at the event, alongside Justin Timberlake, he danced the ‘Carlton’ on the first tee box.
The former lead vocalist for Hootie & the Blowfish, he boats a single-digit handicap and is known for hosting an annual post-Masters celebrity pro-am.
A huge golf fan he was on site at Hazeltine in 2016 for the Ryder Cup, inside the ropes with Team USA.
NFL football quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys and now turned CBS broadcaster is a regular on the pro-am scene and big on golf.
He’s tried to qualify for the U.S. Open several times and made it out of local qualifying in 2010.
NBC host sports host has history on the West Coast at Pebble Beach, winning the amateur side of the tournament with Ken Duke in 2017.
Daly played golf throughout his teenage years non-stop, between 13 and 18, telling Kingdom magazine he dropped out of college when he was 18 to try to qualify for the U.S. Open.
The greatest Ice hockey player ever. Gretzky played twenty seasons in the National Hockey League and holds 60 NHL records and tallied over 100 points in 16 professional seasons.
A big hit in the AT&T field he tees it up alongside, future son-in-law and world-number one, Dustin Johnson.