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Golf Australia Express : Issue 22
AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am February 9-12, 2012 Pebble Beach, California USA Purse US$6,400,000 Defending Champ: D.A.Points (USA) LET THE CLOWNING BEGIN What’s happening on the PGA Tour’this week WHO TO WATCH THIS WEEK DON’T TELL anyone but Tiger’s back on the prowl. The strut, the upbeat dialogue and the cheesy grin—it’s all back. And with his pearly whites on display again, you get the feeling TW knows he’s close, too. He’s even reclaimed his trademark fist-pump, seen after holing clutch putts at the 17th and 18th greens en route to winning The Chevron in December. Tiger’s won the AT&T before and is looking rock solid for Pebble Beach again. PRO: TIGER WOODS (USA) AMATEUR: BILL MURRAY ACTOR AND funnyman Bill Murray’s always worth a laugh, especially when he’s on the golf course. Ever seen him swing a club? And that hat— come on. If you ever needed proof dreams can come true then look no further than last year’s event. After numerous failed attempts, the 61-year-old Murray channelled his inner Carl Spackler and broke through for his first AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am win. It might not be have been at Augusta but the Pebble win was still a fairytale ending. OTG PEEK THE CELEBRITIES LOVE the spotlight. And for those handy enough at wielding a club, the annual AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am is a great place to find centre stage. Imagine playing a round at Pebble Beach, Monterey Peninsula and Spyglass Hill? Now that’s a pretty handy threesome and sure to get juices flowing. Then add the thrill playing these coastal tracks with one of the PGA Tour’s finest players. The inclusion of celebs might lighten up the tense atmosphere usually found at other PGA Tour events, but with more than $1 million on the line for the win don’t expect the pros to get too caught up in all the social frivolity. THE EVENT