Gareth Bale, a former Welsh footballer who played for Real Madrid and represented his country in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, a month after announcing his retirement, he will start his new activity and as a golfer he will take part in a PGA Tour event.
The former player of the English club Tottenham will participate in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, a PGA Tour tournament, the organizer of professional golf tours in the United States and North America, to be held in California, the Spanish sports newspaper said today. Brand.
After the elimination of the Wales team in Qatar 2022 in the group stage (with one draw and two losses), Bale put an end to his outstanding career as a footballer, in which he won five Champions League with Real Madrid.
Bale, 33, never hid that his true passion was golf: at the time when the Italian Carlo Ancelotti and the Frenchman Zinedine Zidane, former coaches of the "merengue" team, frequently left him out of the calls, the former midfielder left-handed was dedicated to playing on the fairways.
Now away from playing professional soccer, Bale will return to golf, his great passion, to compete in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am from February 2-5.
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