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Golfers Who Give Back: Randall Stephenson

AT&T'S connection to golf isn't just a matter of tying its name to events such as the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am and the Byron Nelson Championship for marketing purposes. Those sponsorships ultimately fund Monterey Peninsula Foundation grants and the Momentous School and Institute in Dallas.
December 2014
News & Tours

Jordan Spieth's off-course earning potential 'is tremendous'

By John Strege Jordan Spieth added AT&T to his endorsement portfolio last week and has the potential to join the small group of golfers earning upwards of $10 million a year off the course, according...
Tuesday, 5/20/2014 at 12:00PM
Health & Fitness

Fitness Friday: Strong arms for knockdowns

Editor's note: Every week my colleague Ron Kaspriske, Golf Digest Fitness Editor, presents Fitness Friday on the Instruction Blog. He gives you an unbeatable health and fitness tip or an exercise or stretch to...
Friday, 2/18/2011 at 1:00AM
Golf Tours & News / News

Tiger's Golf Bag To Have A Different Look

With AT&T no longer his sponsor, Tiger Woods will feature his Nike brand on his golf bag when he returns at the Masters
March 19, 2010
News & Tours

Tiger still working for AT&T

Well, not in an official capacity. AT&T announced on New Year's Eve that it had ended its sponsorship arrangement with Woods, whose golf bag had featured AT&T's logo. Bloomberg reports that "with Woods playing, a...
Thursday, 3/18/2010 at 8:40AM
Golf Tours & News

AT&T Ends Relationship With Woods

AT&T has become the latest corporation to drop its sponsorship of Tiger Woods
Golf Tours & News

Sponsors Showing Support For Woods

Companies that have endorsement deals with Tiger Woods are standing by the superstar golfer.
Golf Tours & News

British Open: Heady Company

Widely recognized as the most scenic of British Open courses, Turnberry also has a knack for producing elite champions
Golf Tours & News

AT&T: Kim Sets Course Record

Defending champion Anthony Kim set the course record at Congressional with an eight-under 62
Golf Tours & News

Bob Verdi: Does He Look Warm?

Why Doesn't the Tour go to Florida first then California?
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