2021 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Expert Analysis & Odds

2021 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Expert Analysis & Odds

Written by on February 10, 2021

Okay MyBookie PGA golf betting enthusiasts, with the 2020-21 season rolling right along and heading into California for this week’s 2021 Pebble Beach Pro Am, it’s time to find out which five golfers are offering the best betting value against their Golf odds.

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Patrick Cantlay, who finished second at The American Express on Jan. 24, is the favorite. Daniel Berger is second on the odds list with Paul Casey and Jason day identical favorites just behind the top two. Past winners, Phil Mickelson and Jordan Spieth are in the modestly loaded field. Now, let’s find out where the best golf betting value lies!

2021 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

  • When: Feb. 11-14
  • Where: Pebble Beach Golf Links and Spyglass Hill Golf Club — Pebble Beach, California

Odds To Win 2021 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Top Five Golfers For the Win

  1. Rickie Fowler

63rd in the official golf world rankings, the 32-year-old Californian should be desperate for a much-needed win right now. In nine tournaments this season, Fowler has only one Top 25 finish and that came at last year’s US Open in September. Fowler missed the cut at last week’s Phoenix Open after shooting an opening round 74, but he did finish T53 and T21 in his previous two events. Fowler doesn’t rank better than 70th in any major statistical category, but he’s my top pick for the huge upset win this coming weekend!

  1. Paul Casey

In six events this season, the 43-year-old Englishman has just one Top 25 finish. 17th in the official golf world rankings, Casey  comes into this event fresh off an encouraging T8 in the American Express tournament in late January. Casey ranks 32nd n driving distance (306.2) and 69th in eagles per hole. Casey might not be a favorite by any stretch of the imagination, but I like his long shot chances in a field that isn’t particularly loaded.

  1. Si-Woo Kim

51st in the OGWR, the 25-year-old Kim has four Top 25 finishes and one victory in 11 events this season. The sweet-swinging South Korean won the American Express on Jan. 24 and should be motivated after finishing a modest T50 at last week’s Phoenix Open. Kim ranks an encouraging 36th in scoring average (70.3).

  1. Patrick Cantlay

11th in the OGWR, the 28-year-old Californian has recorded three Top 10 finishes in seven tournaments this season. Cantlay won the Zozo Championship in October and finished an impressive T2 at the American Express on Jan. 24. In between, Cantlay recorded a pair of Top 20 finishes at the Masters and Sentry Tournament of Champions. Make no mistake about it, Cantlay will have a great chance for the outright win!

  1. Will Zalatoris

In eight tournaments this season, the 24-year-old Californian has four Top 10 finishes. 49th in the official golf world rankings, Zalatoris comes into this event fresh off a solid T7 finish at last week’s Phoenix Open. Prior to that, Zalatoris finished an encouraging T7 in the Farmers Insurance Open. Zalatoris ranks a stellar 12th in driving distance (312.9), 43rd in greens in regulation (71.3%) and a stunning sixth in scoring average (69.5).

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