Gareth Bale, the former Wales captain has announced he will play in a PGA Tour event only weeks after retiring from professional football. Bale stated he is going to compete in AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-AM in February in California. The 33-year-old retired in January as the record men’s goal-scorer and most-capped male player of Wales. He said that he is delighted to announce he is going to play in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am at the beginning of next month.
A 5-time Champions League winner with Madrid, the relationship of Bale with the Spanish giant suffered when he had pictured with a banner, which read Wales Golf. Madrid. In that order, while he was on international duty in 2019 with his country. There will be 156 amateurs taking part at Pebble Beach and the same number of professionals, including world number 5 Patrick Cantlay, US Open Champion Matt Fitzpatrick, and 3-time major winner Jordan Spieth.
It is still to be seen what Bale is going to see next but he has confirmed he is going to take part in a golf tournament in California at the beginning of February. Bale will be one of the celebrities cast from California with actors Jason Bateman and Bill Murray joining the likes of Macklemore, a musician, with thousands of spectators expected to turn up at Pebble Beach.
More than 150 golfers are going to take part between 2-5 February, including US Open winner Matt Fitzpatrick and Luke Donald, and Jordan Spieth, along with 156 amateurs. Gareth Bale has left Jon Rahm, Wales and Real Madrid legend awestruck with his golf skills. He said that it just does not seem fair and that he has no business being that good. Bale’s love for golf isn’t a secret.