Last week we told you little bit about “Fan’s Eye View,” AT&T’s brilliant campaign to bring you a unique fan’s perspective at this year’s AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. This week, with the Pro-Am officially kicking off, we wanted you to get to know the dynamic foursome and understand why they were the perfect candidates to represent all golf fan’s at this week’s event. Check out their bio videos below:
Tim Lang – Lance Corporal, US Marines
Tim lost his leg during combat operations in Iraq. Through Golf he found both physical and emotional rehabilitation.
View from Sky Box. This is how a fan experience should be! Great ppl, venue, food, & view! #ATTProAm #ATTBLOGGER pic.twitter.com/G6ZG705vqS
— Tim Lang (@TimLangGolf) February 11, 2015
Tiffany Fitzgerald – Founder, Black Girls Golf
Tiffany founded Black Girls Golf as a passion project to help introduce more women of color to the game of golf.
Then this happened. Yep, that’s @JordanSpieth #ATTProAm #ATTBLOGGER pic.twitter.com/KVBqkJ6oej — Black Girls Golf ™ (@BlackGirlsGolf) February 11, 2015
Katie Horsford – First Tee Golfer
Growing up Katie was a shy kid. At the age of 12 she joined The First Tee, an organization that teaches leadership skills through the game of golf. Now, at the age of 17, winning tournaments and mentoring younger kids, Katie is beaming with confidence.
My favorite hole and view in the entire world #8 @attproam #ATTProAm #attblogger pic.twitter.com/7buj9hWuy1 — Katie Horsford (@kthorsford) February 11, 2015
Dan McLaughlin – The Dan Plan
In 2010, Dan decided to quit his job and, with absolutely no experience with the game of golf, dedicate 10,000 hours to the sport. He created The Dan Plan to document his journey.
Bill Murray, Andy Garcia, Clint Eastwood and gang finish the celebrity shootout at Pebble. #attblogger pic.twitter.com/dtQqksbt93
— Dan McLaughlin (@thedanplan) February 11, 2015
Want more AT&T Pro-Am action? Follow @ATTPROAM and the foursome on Twitter to see new posts all week.
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