Gareth Bale’s football career may be over, but the game of golf may have just begun.
T.The former Welsh, Real Madrid and Tottenham star, who announced his retirement earlier this month, has confirmed that he will be performing at the upcoming AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Ballet competes with the world’s top professionals and many other celebrities in this event, which is held in connection with California’s celebrities.
The 33-year-old actor wrote on Instagram: Alright, let’s go. “
Bale’s love of golf is well known. During his time at Real, which won his league title in five Champions Leagues, he was posing with the ‘Wales’ flag as the Wales national team. golf. Madrid. “This Next” – a move that sparked protests among club fans.
Bale, whose last club was Los Angeles FC, is known for his low handicap and reportedly wants to tackle the game of golf after retirement.
Pebble Beach will host 156 amateurs and an equal number of professionals from February 2-5, including US Open champion Matt Fitzpatrick and world No. 5 Patrick Cantlay.
Other celebrity appearances include actor Bill Murray and Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Author: Andy Hampson, Pennsylvania
Source: Belfast Telegraph