Win A Jordan Spieth Bobblehead #ATTPROAM #ATTINFLUENCER

Jordan Spieth Bobblehead Given Away At The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
Jordan Spieth Bobblehead Given Away At The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

This Saturday, AT&T is giving away Jordan Spieth bobbleheads to the first 8,000 fans who arrive at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

I’ve got one already.

YOU can win one by commenting on this post about your current favorite PGA TOUR player. When the tournament is over, I’ll pick a random post using one of those internet number randomizer pages to make it all fair. Be sure to leave a correct email in the email field so that I can contact you if you’re a winner. I promise that I will not do anything nefarious or unseemly with the email. Also, US addresses only. Sorry, but shipping outside the States is cost prohibitive.

More rules, all of which you expect, are here.

Thanks to AT&T for providing the bobblehead to give away. They will be shipping this directly to the winner.

This post is brought to you by AT&T in partnership with the #ATTPROAM

Update: Here is the result of the giveaway. Thanks to everyone for their participation.

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12 thoughts on “Win A Jordan Spieth Bobblehead #ATTPROAM #ATTINFLUENCER”

  1. There are many likable players on tour, but a long time favorite of mine is Matt Kuchar. The way he handles both success and failure makes him easy to root for.

  2. Brandt Snedeker. He has a quick style of playing, which I appreciate. Plus, from the rare interviews and times he is on TV, he seems to be pretty upbeat and friendly.

    Now I have to think about what the heck I will do with a bobble head. My wife isn’t going to let me put it on the mantle!

  3. Jordan Spieth is talent and class in one. Hard not to like him as a person and watching him play is always fun. Rickie Fowler as well, he’s a unique guy who’s bringing a lot of young people to the game with his style.

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