These PGA Tour golfers are playing the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am for the first time

Scottie Scheffler? Nope. Collin Morikawa Not him either. What about Hideki Matsuyama Negative.

Believe it or not, those three are among the 11 golfers in the field of 80 at the second signature event of 2024, the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, who have never played the event. That doesn’t mean those 11 have never played Pebble Beach Golf Links or the other golf courses in the rotation, but they will be making their maiden voyage in this particular tournament.

The Pro-Am being elevated to a signature event in 2024 is certainly one factor. A year ago, the tournament had a $9 purse and a $1.62 million first-place prize. Those numbers are now $20 million and $3.6 million, certainly enough to spark the interest of those who never made their way to the Monterey Peninsula in January.

Here’s a closer look at the golfers making their first appearance in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.