AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Odds, Picks, and PGA Betting Analysis

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Odds, Picks, and PGA Betting Analysis

The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am is one of the most laid-back and entertaining PGA Tour events of the year. The tournament is played on three different courses – Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill, and Monterey Peninsula – and brings together some of the world’s top golfers with big-name athletes and celebrities. This year’s list of amateurs includes Josh Allen, Aaron Rodgers, Buster Posey, Pau Gasol, Will Arnett, Bill Murray, and Jason Bateman.

Defending champion Tom Hoge is back in the field for this year’s Pro-Am and has the fifth-shortest odds at +2000 to win the tournament. Jordan Spieth, who held the lead on the 15th tee of the final round last year, is the PGA Tour Betting favorite along with 2022 U.S. Open winner Matt Fitzpatrick. 

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A Look Back at the Farmers Insurance Open

Max Homa, one of the sport’s most entertaining personalities on social media, won his sixth career PGA Tour event last week at the Farmers Insurance Open. He’s already won twice this season and is well on his way to surpassing his total earnings for last season. He made $5.3 million last season and was already $4 million this year before February.

Homa shot a six-under in the final round at Torrey Pines to finish at 13-under, two strokes ahead of Keegan Bradley in second place. Collin Morikawa finished third at 10-under.

Pebble Beach Pro-Am Best Bet

While Spieth is the betting favorite and has historically played well at Pebble Beach – he won here in 2017 and has three consecutive top-10 finishes – there’s reasons to believe he won’t have the same level of success this time around. Specifically, Spieth’s approach play has been below average for quite some time. He ranks 174th in strokes gained approach, and that could cost him at a course like Pebble Beach. He’s not exactly coming in hot either, after missing the cut at the Sony Open. 

Viktor Hovland, at +1100, is a great value pick. The 25-year-old Norwegian is primed for a breakthrough campaign and is coming off of a T18 finish at the Tournament of Champions in early January. Before that, he won the Hero World Challenge against a crowded field that included Scottie Scheffler, Cameron Young, Xander Schauffele, and Justin Thomas.

Hovland has finished among the top 25 players in each of his four events this year, so he should, at the very least, be in contention this weekend. He’s also sixth in driving distance and accuracy this season, which should help him at a long course like Pebble Beach. While he’s never won a PGA Tour event at the California course, he did finish T12 there at the 2019 U.S. Open. He also won the 2018 U.S. Amateur at Pebble Beach.


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