The Early Days Of The Crosby Clambake\nVintage photos of pros and celebrities battling Pebble Beach in the first years of the Bing Crosby Pro-Am\nBing Crosby tees off for the television camera at Cypress Point in 1958.\n1949 winner Ben Hogan and his partner Johnny Dawson partake in the clam bake.\nFans on the 13th green at Pebble Beach watch Sam Snead miss a 12 foot putt during the second round of the 1950 tournament.\nActor James Garner uses a wood to get out of a trap on the sixth fairway during the second day of competition in 1959.\nAmateur Wheeler Farish Jr. hits a shot below the 16th green at Cypress Point. He took two strokes to get back up to the green in the 1963 tournament.\nEntertainer Andy Williams stands on the sea wall as he attempts to hit his ball onto the 18th green during the final round of the 1965 tournament.\nRobert McCall, amateur partner of Bill Collins, finds the green from the rocks below No. 16 on Cypress Point during the first round of the 25th Crosby National Pro-Am.\nBeautiful weather and a one dollar fee brought out more than 4,000 people to watch Arnold Palmer play against Jack Nicklaus in a practice round on Spyglass Hill in 1967.\nDoug Sanders gets in trouble by a tree on No. 17 at Cypress Point in the opening round of the 1967 Pro-Am.\nJohnny Pott and fans celebrate as he sinks a birdie putt to win a sudden-death playoff against Billy Casper and Bruce Devlin in 1968.\nHowie Johnson hit his tee shot on No. 15 at Cypress Point during the third round of the 1969 tournament .\nJack Nicklaus studies his lie below the 16th green at Cypress Point during the second round of the 1969 tournament.\nGolfers huddle together against the wind and rain on the course near the 17th hole at Cypress Point in 1969.\nTom Watson throws his ball into the Pacific Ocean as he wins the 36th annual Bing Crosby Pro-Am with a 273, one stroke ahead of Tony Jacklin.