‘Early Bird’ Shoppers Get Unique Items at Merchandise Pavilion

Home to the best of the best vendors, selling the finest they have to offer.

Shoppers were out early at Pebble Beach, where even some of the contestants in the U.S. Open Championship, like PGA TOUR veteran David Toms, strolled the grounds with goodie bags. What started off as an idea, a vision, and a little swatch of carpet color, became a 30,000-square-foot merchandise mecca, with nearly 420,000 individual pieces that added vibrant life to the 2010 U.S. Open.

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