PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — TaylorMade Golf recently announced our “One Bucket Challenge” campaign that will give golfers everywhere a free bucket of balls, on us, to demo the RocketBladez irons. The premise is simple: hit just one bucket of balls with RocketBladez and you’ll know they’re better than your current irons. The inspiration for the campaign came from our TaylorMade Tour Staff professionals, especially Sean O’Hair, who didn’t even get through his first driving range session before deciding to switch to RocketBladez Tour. The performance of the Speed Pocket is game-changing – RocketBladez are the No. 1 iron for both pros and amateurs at AT&T – and we wanted more golfers to have that experience with one bucket.
This week, we’re having fun celebrating the one bucket campaign with a special hole-in-one challenge at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. Any player who makes a hole-in-one wearing our #onebucket bucket hat wins $100,000 for charity and already we’ve seen pros and celebrities having a lot of fun with the one bucket challenge.
Through 36 holes, we haven’t had any aces but our closest call, a shot by TaylorMade Tour Staffer Jeff Gove, settled 14 inches from the cup. Saturday is the last day for the #onebucket challenge and we look forward to more pros and celebrities taking on the shot at six figures for charity.
In addition to watching for the hats on TV during coverage today, be sure and enter for a chance to win our “Bucket List” sweepstakes which will take one lucky golfer on a trip of a lifetime to Bandon Dunes and follow the hashtag #onebucket for conversation about the fun we’re having on No. 17. Check out the gallery below of 10 images from the first two rounds of the #onebucket challenge at Pebble Beach.
(All photos courtesy of Getty Images)