Golf fans around the world, not soccer fans, are interested in competing at AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am with Bramlett and Ringmers.
At 7:30 am on the 3rd, Gareth Bale’s golf time, a soccer star, begins. As a golfer, not a soccer player, and at the golf course tee-up time instead of soccer field kick-off, the attention of golf fans in the United States and around the world is focused.
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Bale will face Yahoo co-founder and billionaire Jerry Yang at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am of the American Professional Golf (PGA) Tour held at a prestigious golf course in California. Jerry Yang, American professional player Joseph Bramlett, and Swedish star David Ringmers compete against each other for three days at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. 토토사이트
Bale is one of the players who compete in a group of 156 professional players and 156 amateur players. Amateur players participating in the tournament include NFL (American Professional Football) legendary quarterback Aaron Rogers, comedian Bill Murray, and former US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.
As for pros, last year’s U.S. Open winner Matthew Fitzpatrick and Ryder Cup star Justin Rose will be competing for the title.
Bale’s determination to participate in the competition is different. Already last week in San Diego, he completed preparations for the Pebble Beach Tournament by playing 9 holes with world number 3 John Rahm. Even pro players on the PGA Tour are said to be in awe of Bale’s passion for golf.
The match between Bale, Jerry Yang, Bramlet, and Ringmouth is already drawing attention. It’s a hit in the US as well as in the UK. Sky Sports in the UK broadcast live to coincide with the tee-up at 4:30 PM UK time.
“You can’t play professional football and golf well at the same time,” Rahm told Bale during the preliminary round. It doesn’t seem fair,” he said. “But you can’t commit to one thing, and you still have a talent for golf. That’s not fair either,” he said. It means that Bale’s golf skills are unusual.
Golf.com reported that among 156 amateur golfers participating in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, Bale is the second best golfer with an official handicap of 2. Comedian and actor Alfonso Ribeiro is the number one amateur master with a handicap of 1.