AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am gave PGA Tour player his own bobblehead doll after reading his tournament survey

Somebody at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am has a wicked sense of humor.

This isn’t worthy of having “breaking news” in all caps put at the front of it, but who knew?

Back in February when the annual PGA Tour stop visited the iconic west coast resort, 49-year-old Australian Greg Chalmers filled out the tournament’s survey and suggested that the answer to all of their marketing efforts was to create a Chalmers bobblehead doll among other “Greggy merch.” After all, who doesn’t like a good bobblehead doll?

But Chalmers, who has improved to No. 1088 in the world, doesn’t exactly move the needle, although as he’s noted in other tweets he’s moving up the rankings among Gregs as the one named Norman plummets in the popularity department.

I filled out the @attproam survey earlier this year. I suggested potential for a Greggy bobble head to push their marketing to the next level. It arrived today and honestly the likeness is uncanny

— Greg Chalmers (@GregChalmersPGA) April 26, 2023

In any event, kudos to the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am marketing team, who have handed out a Jordan Spieth bobblehead in past years, for having a Chalmers bobblehead doll made.

“It arrived today and honestly the likeness is uncanny,” Chalmers tweeted with tongue yet again firmly in cheek as he does look a bit too dashingly handsome in bobblehead form and someone obviously forgot he’s a lefty.

In response to a tweet, Chalmers poured on some more of his sarcasm and said, “Definitely the only thing wrong.”

If you’re not following Chalmers on social media (@GregChalmersPGA), you should. His dry wit and humorous videos from tournament sites have been a hit — remember when he smashed the garage-door opener practicing his swing in his garage? Now if only the AT&T also brings out the Chalmers playing cards that he recommended too, then the AT&T marketing effort really will go “next level,” as Chalmers put it.

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