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Tag:AT&T Pro-Am
Posted on: January 13, 2012 1:31 pm
Edited on: January 13, 2012 1:47 pm
 

Tiger Woods and Tim Tebow paired at AT&T Pro-Am?

Tiger Woods and Tim Tebow playing golf together?(US Presswire)
By Will Brinson

Tim Tebow's done his best to break the bastion of evil known as the Internet, via incredible comebacks and whatnot, but Al Gore's invention has stood the test of Tebow thus far. However if the rumor about Tiger Woods and Tim Tebow being paired together at the AT&T Pro-Am in Pebble Beach comes to fruition, you better lock down your servers.

Global Golf Post reports that the pairing is a possibility, citing a "highly placed source" within the tournament who says the tourney "is strongly considering issuing an invitation" to Tebow.

As CBSSports.com's Steve Elling wrote recently, Woods will make his 2012 American debut at Pebble on February 9.

"It's always been one of my favorite spots," Woods said. "It might be the prettiest place on earth."

It's one of our favorite spots too, and not just because the tournament's shown on CBS. (What? We like synergy.) But it might not look quite as pretty if Woods is paired with Tebow, because the galleries, which are typically reduced for an event like a Pro-Am, will be absolutely ridiculous.

A few things have to go down for this to happen, of course. The tournament has to invite Tebow, Tebow has to accept and Woods, per Global Golf Post, would need to "approve the pairing."

But Tiger probably would, because, well it would be good for everyone involved. Oh, and also because Tebow's a pretty good golfer: he played with Jack Nicklaus and Kenny G at the 2011 Honda Classic Pro-Am and, as you can see below, has a Phll Mickelson-like swing:



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