The weather, I might add, was unbelievably spectacular this year with bright, sunny days in the mid 70’s. Musician Huey Lewis said it was the nicest weather he has experienced in playing the Pro-Am for over 25 years!
As I mentioned in a previous post called, Celebrating 30 Years of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am AT&T, gave 4 individuals the experience of a lifetime by allowing them access to the tournament itself as well as many cool, behind-the-scenes activities as well.
The “foursome” included: Marine Veteran, Tim Lang; Tiffany Fitzgerald of Black Girls Golf, “The Dan Plan’s” Dan McLaughlin, and 17-year old golfer Katie Horsford. All were encouraged to share their unique experiences via Social Media, hence, giving us non-attendees a “Fan’s Eye View”.
Some of cool things they experienced were meeting with superstar-in-the-making PGA professional, Jordan Spieth, individual golf lessons at the Pebble Beach Golf Academy utilizing some of the most innovative technology available and watching the 3M Celebrity Challenge from AT&T’s Sky Box.
Additionally, they received a walking tour of Pebble Beach and it’s history and got “behind-the-scenes” with just one of the many charities, The Veterans Transition Center, which the tournament supports.
Tiffany Fitzgerald summed it up best,
“I had no idea a golf tournament could have this type of impact on a community and be able to see how those dollars are impacting people. It’s pretty inspiring.”
All in all, the “Fan’s Eye View” was a tremendous success. Personally, it gave me an increased appreciation of the effort, dedication and support AT&T has for the fans, the tournament itself and all the wonderful charities. Bravo!
This post is brought to you by AT&T, celebrating 30 years of the #ATTPROAM. All opinions are my own.