This from Steve John, the CEO and Tournament Director of the Monterey Peninsula Foundation
2021 marks the 75th anniversary of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. As we celebrate the legacy of golf and giving throughout Monterey, San Benito, and Santa Cruz counties, we realize that things will look a little different at the tournament this year.
Like most events in our daily lives, tournament plans have been adjusted in response to the challenges of COVID-19. The safety and well-being of our guests, partners, vendors, volunteers, PGA TOUR professionals, caddies, their families, and our community is our top priority. We have been working closely with the PGA TOUR as well as local officials to determine what our event will look like in February.
As of today, November 12, 2020, Monterey County remains in a tier that will not permit live audiences at professional sporting events in the State of California. Given that, we cannot release general admission tickets at this time. When we get closer to the event and can better assess the COVID-19 status of Monterey County, we will be able to make a final determination on making general admission tickets available to the public.
We are incredibly grateful for the support we have received from our community throughout the years. Since 1947, the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am has enriched the fabric of Monterey County and beyond, generating more than $176 million for charities throughout the region. Despite the ongoing challenges we are all facing, Monterey Peninsula Foundation along with the PGA TOUR are committed to supporting our charitable partners as best we can now more than ever.
Please tune into the broadcast, February 11-14, and follow along on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to show your support and be a part of the fun from wherever you may be.
With sincere gratitude and appreciation,