Clint Eastwood, 91, attends Pebble Beach Pro-Am golf tournament

Clint Eastwood, 91, is on fine form as cuts a dapper figure at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am golf tournament

He’s had an illustrious film career spanning almost six decades.

And Clint Eastwood continued to be on fine form on Sunday as he attended the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am golf tournament at Pebble Beach Golf Links in California on Sunday. 

The Man With No Name star, 91, cut a dapper figure in a navy blazer and pale blue shirt as he mingled at the trophy celebration after the final round of the tournament.

There he is: Clint Eastwood continued to be on fine form on Sunday as he attended the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am golf tournament at Pebble Beach Golf Links in California on Sunday

Clint was seen happily chatting to US golfer Tom Hoge, 32, following his win at the sporting event before the two posed for photos together.

The Hollywood legend finished off his look with brown corduroy trousers and grey trainers.  

Elsewhere, after bagging the crystal trophy, Hoge said: ‘I waited 11 years for that.’ 

He called it ‘unexpected’ for a couple of reasons. With a mad scramble at the start, he thought his double bogey from a bunker on the par-3 fifth might be too much to overcome. And when he realized he was still in the game, he still had Jordan Spieth to overtake.

Legend: The Man With No Name star, 91 (pictured in the role in 1964), cut a dapper figure in a navy blazer and pale blue shirt as he mingled at the trophy celebration after the final round of the tournament

‘You always expect him to keep making birdies,’ Tom added. 

Meanwhile, Clint is a long-term lover of golf and is a co-owner of the Pebble Beach Golf Links, where the tournament takes place.

Speaking to Global Golf Post in 2019, Clint told that his love of the sport started back in his teens.

He said: ‘We were living in Oakland (California) when I was 12 or 13 and I got a job as a caddie. That’s when I really took to the game, as well as tennis and swimming.’

Looking good: The Man With No Name star, 91, cut a dapper figure in a navy blazer and pale blue shirt as he mingled at the trophy celebration after the final round of the tournament

Good form: Clint was seen happily chatting to US golfer Tom Hoge, 32, following his win at the sporting event before the two posed for photos together

On his love of golf, he added: ‘Once you fall in love with golf, you’re hooked. Sometimes you love it, sometimes you hate it. But that passion never leaves you. Crazy, isn’t it?’ 

He went on to say: ‘I’ve been lucky. Golf has been very good to me and I hope I have been good for golf. I have been associated with the Monterey Peninsula Foundation for many years and am proud of the impactful work it does to improve the quality of life in our communities, through our golf tournaments.’ 

The actor has had a hugely successful career both in front of and behind the camera as a director.

His most successful roles include The Good, The Bad and the Ugly, Unforgiven, Dirty Harry and For A Few Dollars More. 

Look at him go: Meanwhile, Clint is a long-term lover of golf and is a co-owner of the Pebble Beach Golf Links, where the tournament takes place (pictured in 2003)

Speaking about acting in his advancing years, he said recently: ‘I don’t look like I did at 20, so what? That just means there are more interesting guys you can play.’

Meanwhile, Clint is happily in a relationship with Christina Sandera, who he has been dating since 2014. 

Clint was previously married to TV presenter Dina Ruiz, who was 35-years his junior, before the pair split in late 2013.

He was previously married to Maggie Johnson before Dina and also had long relationships with Sondra Locke and Frances Fisher.

The film veteran is father of eight children and a grandfather many times over. 

Star of Hollywood: The actor has had a hugely successful career both in front of and behind the camera as a director (pictured in Dirty Harry in 1971)

The director is also ‘very happy’ with his girlfriend Christina Sandera, who he has been dating since 2014. They are pictured in February 2015

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