It is the early 1950s. Bing Crosby and Bob Hope reign on America's airwaves and movie screens. Bobby Jones has already won 13 major tournaments over the course of his golf career, and Ben Hogan, having recently recovered from his near fatal crash, is now considered by many to be the best golfer alive. They may not have much in common, but when their worlds collide at Bing Crosby's annual Clambake, it sparks one of the most unlikely stories in golf history
This is the fictional, but arguably possible tale of the greatest Nassau ever played, when the two greatest golfers in the world joined up with the two most popular entertainers in the world for a “friendly” golf match worth $200,000. From tee to green, The Road to Pebble Beach is paved with laughter, nostalgia, and that ineffable sense of goodness that comes from a well-struck golf ball.