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Green Bay Packers' Aaron Rodgers Wins Pro-Am Tournament At Pebble Beach, Showcasing His Golfing Arts

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers showed its golf arts and won the prominent Pro-Am competition in Pebble Beach. In the end, the star of the Green Bay Packers won with his Canadian partner Ben Silverman with a whipped lead and thus signs up with such popular previous winners as the golf legend Tiger Woods, Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer. It is truly essential, stated Rodgers: That has actually always been on my pail list. It was even Rodgers who carried the duo to victory after Silverman was 1 over par at the end and missed out on the cut. Rodgers, on the other hand, had fun with a handicap of 10 and said no golf since training camp in July to last Monday. In the end, both were at 26 under par and hence a blow ahead of golf expert Peter Magnate and Don Coleman, the previous president and CEO of FedEx, who had currently won the tournament in the past. With Buffalo's quarterback Josh Allen was another NFL player in the field of participants. With Keith Mitchell, he had 4 blows behind.

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