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ATT Pebble Beach Pro-Am Golf Odds

The PGA Tour moves up the California coast this week with Pebble Beach Golf Links playing host to its namesake event, the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. And like The AMX a few weeks ago three courses along the Monterey Peninsula will be used to guarantee the full field and celebrity partners complete 18 holes. The field will rotate between Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill and Monterey Peninsula Country Club over the first three days with the trimmed field finishing up on the iconic Pebble Beach layout on Sunday. At No. 10 Matthew Fitzpatrick is the highest ranked player in the field and sits atop the odds board with Jordan Spieth and Viktor Hovland close behind. They are the only three with shorter than 15/1 odds. Tom Hoge’s only PGA Tour win was at Pebble Beach last year and he’s back to defend his title as the fifth favorite. Visit for a complete list of betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

Odds to Win AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Matthew Fitzpatrick +1150

Jordan Spieth +1250

Viktor Hovland +1350

Maverick Mcnealy +2150

Tom Hoge +2350

Seamus Power +2650

Andrew Putnam +2950

Keith Mitchell +3000

Thomas Detry +3500

Justin Rose +3550

Beau Hossler +4050

Alex Smalley +4250

Denny McCarthy +4550

Dean Burmester +4550

Matt Kuchar +4750

Joel Dahmen +4950

Scott Stallings +5050

Taylor Moore +5050

Lanto Griffin +5350

Ben Griffin +5500

Taylor Pendrith +5950

Nick Hardy +6050

Trey Mullinax +6500

Will Gordon +6550

Matthew Nesmith +6650

Davis Riley +6850

Brendon Todd +7000

Kurt Kitayama +7250

S.H. Kim +7500

David Lipsky +7550

Kevin Yu +7550

Greyson Sigg +7550

Erik Van Rooyen +7550

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Odds Analysis

Tom Hoge +2350

I backed Hoge in this spot last year at much greater odds and it paid off with the veteran earning his first Tour title in 203 starts. There was a reason why I backed him last year and I’m using the same approach. He has a history at Pebble Beach making every start since 2015 with a win and T12 in his last two. And Hoge has been good over the past few years in the pro-am format events with a pair of top-10s in his last four starts in the American Express. In addition, he’s been consistent this season with three top-10s in his nine starts.

Maverick McNealy +2150

This is a homecoming of sorts for McNealy, who played collegiately just over the hill at Stanford. In just his second official start since November McNealy was T31 at the Farmers, his worst finish of the season. He used the tournament to chisel off some rust to he could shine in a return to Pebble Beach where he flourished with a pair of top-5s in his last three starts. Outside his FIO performance, McNealy’s been solid with paydays in his last seven starts with three finishes among the top-10.

Troy Merritt +9250

This pick might be a little out of whack with all the others, but backing Hoge last year was along the same lines. And with a wide open field anything can happen. Merritt has visited PB numerous times over his career and his best golf has been the most recent. He placed among the top-5 last year giving him four straight starts at T25 or better. While he’s been inconsistent most of the season leading to his price, he showed he can play with a podium finish at Mayakoba in November. I think he’s worth dropping some change with the potential for a huge payout.

Justin Rose +3550

Rose will keep trying and maybe eventually he’ll get it right. His short game is a good fit for Pebble Beach layout and he showed in his last two visits that he’s close, only to be undone by a final round collapse. That was evident last year when he closed with a 78 to tumble down the leaderboard. He finished T3 at the 2019 US Open with another closing flub doing him in. Rose is playing consistent golf heading in giving him a boost to overcome the closing jitters.

Jordan Spieth +1250

Few have been better in this tournament than Spieth, which is why he’s near the top of the odds board. He’s 10 for 10 with six top-10s here, including a win in 2017 and two podiums the last two years. He held the final round lead for a while last year before succumbing to Hoge. And Spieth should be well rested since the Hawai’i swing was his only official action since last October.

Course: Pebble Beach Golf Links (host) – 6,972 yards, Par 72

To get a full field of pros and their amateur partners through 18 holes requires three courses. World famous Pebble Beach Golf Links serves as host and those who make the cut will get two rounds on the iconic layout. At just under 7,000 yards it’s one of the shortest courses on Tour with wide open fairways that don’t pose a threat. Accuracy off the tee isn’t a problem, but approach shots have to find small greens that are surrounded by strategically placed bunkers. The Monterey Peninsula course also plays less than 7,000 yards and is regarded as the easiest of the three. The track surrenders more eagles than the others and plays par 71. Spyglass Hill is the toughest of the trio with additional length stretching it to 7,041 yards. However, playing along the coast can always be hazardous.

TV Coverage: CBS, Golf Channel

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