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AT&T and Devil Ball have your tickets to the Pebble Beach Pro-Am!

Jay Busbee
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Feel like catching some live PGA golf at Pebble Beach? Sure you do! And now, you can do it for free courtesy of your buds at Devil Ball and AT&T!

The fine folks at AT&T have set us up with two pairs of tickets to the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am -- one to the round on Saturday, Feb. 13, and one on Valentine's Day, Sunday, Feb. 14. And now, we're happy to give those tickets to you! (Please note, all you're getting is the tickets. Getting to the gate is your responsibility. No airfare, no hotel, nothing like that. Don't get greedy.)

The winners' tickets are provided by AT&T Interactive and their sparkly YPMobile app, which can set you up with info on bars and other necessities around the course. Plus, there'll be pros such as Phil Mickelson and Rickie Fowler and celebs like Tom Brady, Bill Murray, Tony Romo there. Don't stalk them, but feel free to sidle up and say hello -- and, of course, report back to us on what happened next.

All right, so here's the deal. You know how pretty much every other athlete besides golfers gets to enter to cool intro music? Mariano Rivera comes in to "Enter Sandman," Chipper Jones bats to "Crazy Train," et cetera. So what I want you to do is, pick a golfer and pick the best intro song for him (or her). Entries will be judged by your esteemed Devil Ball leadership, and will be judged on categories such as cleverness, appropriateness, and degree of difficulty. In other words, picking appropriate intro music for Tiger isn't too tough ("Your Cheatin' Heart," "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap") but picking good tunes for, say, Nick Watney might be.

Post your entry below, and if you're interested in entering the contest, ALSO email it to me at jay.busbee@yahoo.com no later than 11:59 p.m. ET on Sunday, Feb. 7. This contest is open to everybody, but please make sure you can actually go to the tournament. Judges' decisions are final, Devil Ball takes no responsibility if you get hurt, tickets have a value of $60 apiece, and we're not getting anything out of this other than (hopefully) some good entries. Okay, that should make the lawyers happy. We'll announce two winners on Monday.

All right, have at it!

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