With the Buffalo Bills' season having officially come to an end, players are now free to explore the other interests in their lives. Some will go away on vacations, while others will stay home and spend time with family.

Still others, meanwhile, will take up a new sport or hobby. Bills' QB Josh Allen fits into that category very well, as in recent years, Allen has become a staple in the celebrity golf circuit.

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That trend is continuing this year, as Allen is one of the participants in the 2024 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Tournament. For the week, Allen is paired with golfer Keith Mitchell, and that pairing was matched with the duo of Keegan Bradley and Tom Brady for the first two rounds of the tournament.

That's quite the star-studded group of four walking the fairways together.

Josh Allen / Getty Images
Josh Allen / Getty Images

Allen, Mitchell, Brady and Bradley teed off on the 10th hole at Spyglass Hill today, according to the tournament's Pairings Guide. They began at 10:21AM today, and will tee off at the 1st hole on the Pebble Beach course at 9:21AM tomorrow.

Allen has now declined an invitation to the NFL's Pro Bowl in three consecutive years, and every absence has been because of this tournament. Each year, Allen has been paired with Keith Mitchell, as well.

The duo of Allen and Mitchell finished fourth in last year's tournament, with a combined score of -22. He has also participated in the American Century Championship on two occasions, finishing in 58th place in the 2022 contest and 37th place in 2023.

Before the tournament began on Thursday, Allen and the field played practice rounds earlier this week. You can scroll below to see photos of Allen playing on the course at Pebble Beach.

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