|Pebble Beach is one of the best tracks on Tour. (Getty Images)|
Cool story on how the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am got started and why it has endured:
Bill Murraycomes out and entertains the gallery, it's not very different from what Bob Hope and Phil Harrisdid back in the '40s. Some core golfers get offended by it, but I remind them that the Pro-Am is a very special tournament that allows celebrities to be buffoons on the golf course. Either the pros approve of it or they can pass on the event. (ESPN)
Bacon tabs Dustin Johnson as Pebble's winner. (Yahoo)
Stop what you're doing and read the Samuel L. Jackson story at the bottom of this post. (Golf Channel)
Rex Hoggard on why we don't need too many No. 16 holes at TPC Scottsdale on Tour. (Golf Channel)
Good question here: Which celeb would you want to play Pebble with? (Golf Channel)
Billy Horschel read all the Twilight books in two weeks? (Golf.com)
Hunter Mahan is excited about the way he's playing. "Every day's an exploration -- figuring about my swing, and what works, doesn't work. Short game, putting. Everything. Strange, as I think of it now. I've been playing golf a long time but I still have a lot to learn about it." (PGA Tour)
Phil Mickelson has only gone back-to-back at a tournament one time. (USA Today)
I think Snedeker can be the best player in the world. (PGA Tour)
These two South Korean golfers might be playing Pebble this weekend, but that's about all they have in common. (New York Times)
Terrific piece on golf apparel company employees and what they do to stay sane -- surf, of course. (GolfWeek)
3-6 p.m. on Golf Channel -- Pebble Beach Pro-Am
Andy Roddick with Wayne Gretzky and Dustin Johnson.
Dustin Johnson and Wayne Gretzky looking pretty goofy.
Just for fun, probably the most famous tournament in Pebble Beach history.