Devil Ball Golf

Video: Chris Berman is not a huge fan of the bunkers at Spyglass Hill

Shane Bacon
Devil Ball Golf

One of the most underrated parts of the Pebble Beach Pro-Am is actually seeing celebrities struggle mightily with their golf games. It isn't poking fun, per se, but it is nice to see professional athletes in other sports or famous talking heads hack it around the golf course like you and I do.

So I introduce Chris Berman. We already know that the ESPN personality enjoys wearing the same outfit on the course (and if you look closely you'll notice that he was wearing a similar colored shirt and that same hat on Thursday at Spyglass Hill), but did you know that he isn't a huge bunker fan?

This is Berman hacking it out of one of the many bunkers at Spyglass. We can sit here and laugh at the guy but everyone knows Spyglass is the toughest of the three tracks that they play this week during the tournament so we chalk his struggles up to that.

No word if he ever got out of the bunker but it was nice to see the pros he was playing with getting a good laugh out of it as well.

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