Celebrity sightings at the 2017 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am\nOne of our favorite weeks of the year: Scenes from the 2017 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am\nWith his partner Justin Rose taking a selfie in the background, Justin Timberlake hit the shot of the day on Saturday -- nearly acing the iconic seventh hole at Pebble Beach. We still can't believe it didn't hop in . . .\nThe highlights didn't end with his tap-in birdie at the seventh hole. JT holed out on consecutive holes -- the 16th and 17th -- before Justin Rose holed out from the fringe at the 18th hole to clinch making the cut for Sunday's final round.\nJordan Spieth and NHL legend Wayne Gretzky share a moment on the 18th hole at Spyglass Hill on Friday. Spieth shot a second-round 65 at Spyglass en route to winning his ninth PGA Tour title last week.\nThe always entertaining Carl Spackler didn't disappoint at Pebble Beach on Saturday.\nAll-pro wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, a 12.2 handicap, displayed his strong short game on Saturday.\nDuring a rainy day on the Monterey Peninsula, country-music star Jake Owen brightened the day with a quick tune for these fans.\nSpeaking of the guitar, Justin Timberlake brought his entertainer's hat to Pebble Beach last year and played his "Drink You Away" along on the tee with buddy Alfonso Ribiero. We're waiting for a similar performance from JT this year.\nFormer Secretary of State Condi Rice is about a 14-handicap and is a member at Cypress Point, Augusta National and Shoal Creek.\nSmart move by the Great One: Clearing the crowd away from his path as Gretzky attempts a recovery shot on Friday at Spyglass.\nThese two are both golf-obsessed and also happen to be some of the best in their lines of work. We're sure they never lacked conversation fodder on Thursday.\nThis group knows how to have a fun time. And they know how to win, apparently, as Kelly Rohrbach and Bill Murray took home the 3M Celebrity Challenge on Wednesday before the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.\nJust a week after earning a fifth Super Bowl title as coach, Bill Belichick, a 16-handicap who plays out of Sankaty Head, is playing with big New England Patriots fan Ricky Barnes.\nNobody else could pull off the light blue, bright pink gloves with a flannel look other than Bill Murray himself.\nStar of Baywatch and model Kelly Rohrbach played college golf at Georgetown -- and still has game.\nAlso a 2017 Golf Digest Arnie Award winner, the former NFL quarterback plays to a 4.4 handicap at Castle Pines and Cherry Hills in Colorado, and The Honors Course in Tennessee.\nLegendary surfer Kelly Slater and James Hahn celebrate a birdie at the 12th hole at the Shore course at Monterey Peninsula Country Club on Thursday.\nWe'd love to be a fly on the wall to this conversation.\nEntertainer Carson Daly is a multi-talented star. In addition to owning the airwaves, he's got an 11.1 handicap.\nYou'd be hard-pressed to find a pairing that we'd rather share a cigar and some good stories with than Dustin Johnson and NHL legend Wayne Gretzky, also DJ's father-in-law.\nThe two-time major champion lines up a shot of Jake Owen, a 2017 Golf Digest Arnie Award winner and award-winning country-music artist.\nJustin Timberlake can make anything look cool.\nJosh Duhamel celebrates a holed putt on the 18th hole on Wednesday.\nWhat a week: The New England Patriots coach just won his fifth Super Bowl title, then headed to Pebble Beach for his week at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. That's doing it right.\nComedian Andy Garcia's style game is on point -- and it looks like his bunker game is, too.\nGretzky's son-in-law, Dustin Johnson, is in contention alongside the Great One this week.\nBill Murray taking a quick rest...on the hand of Kunal Nayyar, or "Raj" from Big Bang Theory.\nCelebrities striking a pose: Kenny G, Toby Keith, Larry the Cable Guy, Huey Lewis, Clay Walker, Alfonso Ribeiro, Bill Murray, Gary Mule Deer, Josh Duhamel, Kunal Nayyar, Andy Garcia and Kelly Rohrbach.\nSlater showing off his short game on Thursday at Monterey Peninsula C.C.\nKunal Nayyar lines up the shot on Wednesday.\nDid we mention Kelly Rohrbach has a phenomenal golf swing?\nForever the star of the show.