With the bomb cyclone having moved through northern California, the conditions should be favorable when the PGA Tour pays a visit to the Monterey Peninsula for the annual AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. The second pro-am on the season schedule will again require the use of three courses with breathtaking Pebble Beach Golf Links serving as host. To guarantee the full field of pros and their celebrity partners complete 18 holes, Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill and Monterey Peninsula Country Club will all be in use with the reduced field finishing on the iconic Pebble Beach layout. The first and so far only Tour win for Tom Hoge was here last year overtaking Jordan Spieth. Matthew Fitzpatrick opened as the outright betting favorite with Spieth a close second and both are featured in tournament matchups. Visit BookMaker.eu for a complete list of matchup betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Matchup Odds
Jordan Spieth +112 vs. Matthew Fitzpatrick -142
Jordan Spieth -107 vs. Viktor Hovland -123
Matthew Fitzpatrick -132 vs. Viktor Hovland +102
Maverick McNealy -133 vs. Tom Hoge +103
Maverick McNealy -137 vs. Seamus Power +107
Tom Hoge -120 vs. Seamus Power -110
Justin Rose -110 vs. Keith Mitchell -120
Justin Rose -137 vs. Matt Kuchar +107
Keith Mitchell -139 vs. Matt Kuchar +109
Andrew Putnam -125 vs. Denny McCarthy -105
Andrew Putnam -139 vs. Thomas Detry +109
Denny McCarthy -130 vs. Thomas Detry +100
Joel Dahmen -116 vs. Taylor Pendrith -114
Alex Smalley -135 vs. Dean Burmester +105
Trey Mullinax -130 vs. Nick Taylor +100
Ryan Palmer +136 vs. Scott Stallings -171
Kurt Kitayama +117 vs. Beau Hossler -147
Russell Knox +106 vs. Brendon Todd -136
Kevin Kisner +112 vs. Kevin Streelman -142
S.H. Kim -107 vs. Matthew Nesmith -123
Erik Van Rooyen +108 vs. Davis Riley -138
Troy Merritt -114 vs. Scott Piercy -116
Webb Simpson +114 vs. Joseph Bramlett -144
Harry Higgs -110 vs. Garrick Higgo -120
Justin Suh -140 vs. Byeong Hun An +110
Kevin Yu -126 vs. Brandon Wu -104
Ben Taylor +107 vs. Callum Tarren -137
Matthias Schmid -113 vs. Matthias Schwab -117
Dylan Frittelli -160 vs. MJ Daffue +127
Luke Donald -117 vs. Lucas Glover -113
Need to Know
Along with Pebble Beach the field will also contend with the Monterey Peninsula Course and Spyglass Hill over the first three days. All three are short with only Spyglass Hill (7,041) playing over 7,000 yards. Distance off the tee is not a factor, which brings the field closer together. However, the courses seem to fit certain players. The Monterey layout is regarded as the easiest of the three producing more eagles and allowing players to make up strokes. And with the cut after 54 holes, players can absorb a poor round and still be in contention for Sunday. Those making it to Sunday get 36 holes on Pebble Beach, a 6,972-yard, par-72 layout that’s among the shortest on Tour. That doesn’t mean it’s easy, though. Approach shots have to find small greens that are surrounded by strategically placed bunkers through coastal winds.
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am Matchup Picks
Jordan Spieth +112 vs. Matthew Fitzpatrick
I’m a fan of Spieth and while it’s never good to bet with your heart, there are reasons to back him. First he’s as solid as they get at Pebble Beach making all 10 cuts with six top-10s included. He won here in 2017, coughed up a final round lead last year to finish second and was T3 in 2021. He hasn’t competed since a MC in Waialae, but I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt for his overall play the last year and his remarkable showing at the Presidents Cup. And at plus odds I’ll take it.
Justin Rose -110 vs. Keith Mitchell
Despite his recent final round failures at Pebble Beach I still like Rose because of his strong recent form. And in order to collapse you have to be in a good spot to begin with, so I’m banking on Rose putting it all together, which he’s certainly capable of. His last four Tour starts all landed him among the top-30 with a T9 at the Houston Open and a top-20 last week. He was third at the 2019 US Open, which took place at Pebble Beach, so he’s familiar with the layout.
Seamus Power +107 vs. Maverick McNealy
We don’t hear a lot about Power, but his solid play the past few months puts him in a good spot in this matchup. And his price is to my liking as well. Prior to his T25 at the TOC, Power collected three straight top-5s including a win at the Bermuda Championship. And he has some unfinished business here. A pair of 64s had him in the lead at the midway point last year before tapering off to T9.
Andrew Putnam -125 vs. Denny McCarthy
Putnam has a nice streak of 14 straight made cuts going and he’s been among the most consistent players this season with five top-15s included. We saw Hoge end a long drought last season and Putnam has something similar going on without a Tour win in over four years. I don’t need him to win rather continue doing what he’s been doing.
Russell Knox +106 vs. Brendon Todd
I’m always looking for value in my matchup picks and I think I hit the jackpot this week with three players at plus odds. The field sets up nicely for underdogs to prevail and I like the run of form Knox has displayed this season going 9 of 10 with three top-25s. Again, I’m not looking for an outright win but to have Knox finish better than his matchup partner. Factor in three top-15s in his last five visits and I like his chances against Todd.
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