From Feb. 7 – Feb. 13, celebrities from all realms will tee off with Top PGA Tour players for the 2011 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am Golf Tournament. Teamed up with Pebble Beach Resorts for only the second year the resort has been made available to the public, names like Kevin Costner, Bill Murray, Kurt Russell, Tony Romo, Ray Romano, Kelly Slater, Chris O’Donnell and PGA Tour two-time defending champion Dustin Johnson will hit the course to benefit hundreds of nonprofit organizations through the Monterey Peninsula Foundation.
While tickets and packages can cost up to $2,400, Pebble Beach Resorts is offering golf enthusiasts an exclusive Pro-Am Tournament offer. Valid from Feb. 7 – Feb.13, those who book a stay at The Lodge at Pebble Beach or The Inn at Spanish Bay will receive two Pro-Am Tournament tickets for each day of their stay, prime parking at the Pebble Beach Resorts, and a resort shuttle service to whisk them from resorts to the tournament courses.
The prestigious Pebble Beach Resorts, comprised of three hotels named to Conde Nast Traveler’s 2011 Gold List and the legendary Pebble Beach Golf Links course, provide the absolute best in terms of accommodations for the tournament. Pebble Beach has much to offer off the course as well. Tournament guests can enjoy the extraordinary landscape of dramatic coastline and forest with some outdoors activities, dine in a number of fine restaurants, go shopping, take in the wine collection, and relax luxuriously at the spa. Many of the celebrity participants of the tournament, as well as the PGA Tour players, stay at Pebble Beach Resorts for the Pro-Am. During the week, they can be seen around the resorts’ hotels, restaurants, lounges, and shops. When Andy Garcia challenges you to a game, don’t say we didn’t warn you.