AT&T PEBBLE BEACH PRO-AM

WHERE: Pebble Beach Golf Links, Spyglass Hill Golf Course and Monterey Peninsula Country Club.

WHO: Phil Mickelson, Graeme McDowell, Brandt Snedeker, Dustin Johnson, Jason Day, Jordan Speith, Jim Furyk and Hunter Mahan are among the 156 pros entered. Celebrities include: Don Cheadle, Kurt Russell, Matt Cain, Alex Smith, Andy Garcia, Kid Rock, Wayne Gretzky, Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, Ray Romano and Andy Roddick.

FORMAT: Foursomes rotate among the three courses Thursday-Saturday. On the final day, the low 60 pros (plus ties) play at Pebble Beach, as do the low 25 pro-am teams.

PURSE: $6.6 million ($1,188,000 to winner)

TV: Thursday-Friday -- noon-3 p.m., Golf Channel; Saturday -- 10-11:30 a.m., Golf Channel; noon-3 p.m., CBS; Sunday -- 10-11:30 a.m., Golf Channel; noon-3:30 p.m., CBS

SCHEDULE: Monday -- Practice rounds at all three courses, 7 a.m.; Tuesday -- Practice rounds at all three courses, 7 a.m.; Charity Shootout at Pebble Beach, 1:30 p.m.; Wednesday -- Practice rounds at all three courses, 7 a.m.; 3M Celebrity Challenge at Pebble Beach, 11 a.m.; Thursday-Saturday -- First tee times at all three courses, 8 a.m.; Sunday -- Final round at Pebble Beach, 7:30 a.m.

LAST YEAR: Snedeker shot four rounds of 68 or better, including a final-round 65, to win by two strokes at 19-under 267. Snedeker and partner Toby Wilt also tied for first in the pro-am with Michael Letzig and amateur John Erickson at 31-under 255.

TICKETS: One ticket good for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, $60. Daily tickets for Thursday through Sunday, $60. Weekly badges: $150.

PARKING: No charge Monday and Tuesday. Wednesday through Saturday, spectators are urged to park at Cal State-Monterey Bay and use the courtesy buses. Follow "AT&T Golf" signs on Highway 1. Parking for the disabled is available at the Spanish Bay Beach Parking Lot; follow "AT&T Golf" signs.

NOTES: Mickelson, the 2012 winner who's making his 20th straight appearance, will be looking to tie Mark O'Meara with his fifth career title after a disappointing 60th last year. McDowell will be returning to the site of his 2010 U.S. Open win with his father as his amateur partner. Bill Murray won't be playing for the first time in five years due to a film commitment. Jimmy Walker, who won the Frys.com Open in October, will look to become the first player to complete the Northern California "double."

-- Carl Steward