Playing With the Pros
Ever Since Bing Crosby's "Clambakes," pro-ams have allowed amateurs to compete with PGA stars
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Kevin Spacey, Jan/Feb 02
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The golf courses, the terrain and the weather combine to make the AT&T the most difficult of all pro-ams. But celebrities and corporate magnates keep coming back, more than willing to shell out the $7,500 entry fee should they wrangle an invitation to the tournament. They brave the wind, the rain and the difficult courses; they suffer the butterflies in the stomach and the shakes in the hand, because, after all, this is the most prestigious pro-am in the world.
Robert Lowell is a freelance writer based in New York.
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