AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Predictions, Betting Odds & Top Picks
- Picturesque Pebble Beach and Spyglass Hill host
- The historic tournament was first played in 1937
- Patrick Cantlay leads the betting
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AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Odds
|Patrick Cantlay||+700 |
|Daniel Berger||+1200 |
|Paul Casey||+1600 |
|Jason Day||+1800 |
|Will Zalatoris||+1800 |
|Jordan Spieth||+2000 |
|Francesco Molinari||+2200 |
|Si Woo Kim||+3000 |
|Cameron Davis||+3300 |
|Kevin Streelman||+3500 |
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AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Picks and Predictions
In-form Peter Malnati is the outright pick at +6000 with bet365
Phil Mickelson can land another course top 10 at +450 with DraftKings Sportsbook
Back Kevin Streelman to defeat Si-Woo Kim in their BetMGM matchbet at -111
Peter Malnati each way in the outright +6000 with bet365
Phil Mickelson to make the top 10 +450 at DraftKings Sportsbook
Kevin Streelman to beat Si-Woo Kim at -111 with BetMGM
How to Watch the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
|AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am|
|What||AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am|
|Where||Pebble Beach & Spyglass Hills, California|
|When||Thursday, February 11 – Sunday, February 14|
|How to watch||Thursday & Friday 3pm, 7pm & 10pm ET (Golf Channel), Saturday 1pm & 7pm ET (Golf Channel), Sunday 1pm & 7.30pm ET (Golf Channel). All four days on Sky Sports.|
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Profile
Dustin Johnson has opted not to make the journey to Pebble Beach this week, despite being originally in the field. The World No. 1 was a winner last week on the European Tour, but he looked frustrated on the greens in the Saudi International and you suspect he believes that a week on Poa Annua putting surfaces is not ideal in his quest to rediscover his stroke.
That opens up the market for the field because, although plenty of the betting leaders have course form, or showed signs of recovery last week (Jordan Spieth, for example), it can easily be suggested that they are all trading a little short in price.
Patrick Cantlay has finished first and second in his last two Californian starts, but has just the one top ten in five-course starts.
Daniel Berger has consistent course and current form, but his price is short given his career win total.
Jason Day has a formidable course record yet is waiting to make his first cut in 2021.
Jordan Spieth and Francesco Molinari have shown promising form since the New Year. However, given their medium-term woes, I’m wary of backing them at short prices.
And, as promising as Will Zalatoris is, it’s very early to be backing him at less than +2000.
Malnati Can Land Win Number Two
It’s been a fine start to the 2020-21 season for Peter Malnati. The 33-year-old carded a brilliant 63 to land a second place at the Sanderson Farms Championship early in the campaign, in one swoop doing a heck of a lot to secure a card for next season. The job is not complete, but he’s taken advantage of both his form and the freedom his good start has granted him.
A week later he led the Shriner’s Hospitals Open at halfway before finishing fifth. He added a top 25 in the Bermuda Championship, opened the calendar year with T14th at the Sony Open, and last time out he was tied tenth at Torrey Pines in the Farmer’s Insurance Open.
On all three occasions, he was again right in the hunt at the halfway stage so his quest for a second PGA Tour title looks like it is warming up. It’s good news that he finished top ten at Torrey Pines because it’s a great warm-up for this week, both tracks having Poa Annua grass on the greens, windy conditions, and stunning Pacific Ocean views.
Malnati also has fond memories of this tournament because 12 months ago he finished T11th and was sixth heading into the final round.
Back him each-way with bet365 at +6000.
Mickelson Loves Pebble
Sometimes a golfer feels right at home on a golf course and that’s the case when it comes to Phil Mickelson at Pebble Beach. He first won this event in 1998 in a very bizarre renewal that wasn’t completed until the early weeks of August, over six months after the first two rounds had been played! Since then he has added another four victories, in 2005 and 2007, again in 2012, and then for a fifth time in 2018.
Since and including that victory in 1998 Mickelson has played this event 22 times and landed 12 top tens. Even more strikingly he’s landed four in his last five starts and has been in the top three in each of the last three editions.
It can’t be argued that he’s in the greatest form because he’s failed to finish in the top 50 in his last six starts on the PGA and European Tours.
But he was inspired to win his only two starts on the Champions Tour towards the end of last year, he did also grab second in the World Golf Championship St Jude Invitational in July, and, if he is going to be inspired again at this level, there’s a good chance it would be here.
He feels an affinity with the course because his grandfather was a caddie on the course and he marks his ball with one of his old coins.
Take the hint and back him to finish in the top ten at +450 with DraftKings Sportsbook.
Support Consistent Streelman
Kevin Streelman is another golfer who just loves Pebble Beach. He’s made the cut in nine of his last ten starts there, has six top 20s in that period, five of them in his last five starts and he hasn’t been outside the top ten since 2017.
It’s essential to hit lots of greens in regulation in this tournament and during the last two weeks, when he’s made cuts at Torrey Pines and TPC Scottsdale, he’s found plenty of putting surfaces. He’ll be confident of another good week, in other words.
Si-Woo Kim has tasted success in this tournament – he was fourth in 2019 – but it’s his only top 30 finish and he’s missed four cuts.
If you compare their head-to-head record on the course, Streelman leads 4-1. He also leads 13-6 since the start of 2020 and 60-45 across their entire careers.
BetMGM rate Streelman -111 and that’s a solid play this week with plenty in our favor.
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