2020 PGA AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Preview and Picks
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2020 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Handicapping
- Where: Pebble Beach Golf Links, Spyglass Hill Golf Course, and Monterey Peninsula Country Club Shore Course
- Date: February 6-February 9, 2020
- Format: Stroke
- Defending Champion: Phil Mickelson
- TV Coverage: Golf Channel, TBS
- Updated Sportsbook Bonuses For Today
2020 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Betting Odds
Dustin Johnson +600
DJ is the far-and-away favorite on most books for this tournament. I guess because of his history at Pebble Beach; in fact, he’s a two-time winner of this very tournament (2009, 2010). Moreover, in his 12 appearances in this very tournament, he has a scoring average of 69.
However, Johnson has made 16 starts since his last win. This could be taken two different ways: A) He’s long overdue, or B) No way this will be the tournament he turns it around.
Patrick Cantlay +1000
A lot of “experts” like Cantlay here, which is probably why he is one of the favorites. He’s a really good golfer who most recently just posted a solo fourth at the Tournament of Champions.
Honestly, he’s been up and down since the beginning of this golf year. But he’s still top-10 in the World Golf Rankings, and if you like betting the heavy favorites, he might be your guy!
Jason Day +1800
Jason Day hasn’t posted a PGA Tour victory in 21 months. Additionally, he has 10 starts in the AT&T Pro-Am and has never won here.
However, in those same 10 starts, he’s also complied six top-10 finishes, and has finished top-five in four of the last five years. He’s coming off a T-16th finish at Torrey Pines a few weeks ago, so…
Phil Mickelson +2500
Mickelson is coming back to defend his title. In fact, he became the oldest winner in AT&T tournament history when he won here last year. Not only that, but he’s won five times at Pebble Beach. That’s tied for the record.
He’s also coming off of a T-3 last week at the Saudi International, but he missed the Cut at the Farmers the week before that. Traveling back from overseas to attempt to win back-to-back at Pebble Beach? Seems a little sketchy…
2020 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Free Picks (Our Recommended Betting Plays)
Jason Day +1800
I think Day is a really good value pick at 18-1. As I said before, he has four top-five finishes in his last five starts in this tournament. Additionally, he had a very solid week at the Farmers just a few weeks ago.
So he’s got that deadly combination of playing well recently and playing really well here in the past. Betting that combo worked out really well for Webb Simpson last week…
Matt Kuchar +2500
Up and down history at this tournament. 13 starts with only one top-10 finish.
Also has posted three top-15s in his last four starts, and I feel like Kuchar is worth a wildcard pick here, might even just place half of my normal unit on him this week.
Jordan Spieth +4000 and T-10 Finish +700
Spieth is the long-shot pick, and here’s why:
The man has been playing so poorly recently. He hasn’t won on tour since the 2017 Open Championship and has fallen all the way to 55th on the World Golf Rankings. He missed the cut last week at the Phoenix Open, and seemed real angry about it in post-round interviews.
This is the tournament where he posted his first ever victory, and at some point the man has to turn this shipwreck around. I’m willing to take a flyer on the guy who won this tournament just three years ago, especially when you consider these are some of the worst odds you’ll get for a golfer of Spieth’s caliber.
Full Handicapping Odds To Win The 2020 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
- Dustin Johnson 6-1
- Patrick Cantlay 10-1
- Jason Day 18-1
- Paul Casey 20-1
- Brandt Snedeker 22-1
- Matthew Fitzpatrick 22-1
- Matt Kuchar 25-1
- Phil Mickelson 25-1
- Branden Grace 28-1
- Graeme McDowell 33-1
- Viktor Hovland 33-1
- Alex Noren 40-1
- Cameron Champ 40-1
- Daniel Berger 40-1
- Jordan Spieth 40-1
- Kevin Kisner 40-1
- Adam Hadwin 50-1
- Max Homa 50-1
- Rafa Cabrera Bello 50-1
- Russell Knox 50-1
- Chez Reavie 66-1
- J.B. Holmes 66-1
- Jim Furyk 66-1
- Kurt Kitayama 66-1
- Scott Piercy 66-1
- Tom Hoge 66-1
- Lucas Glover 80-1
- Nate Lashley 80-1
- Pat Perez 80-1
- Patrick Rodgers 80-1
- Vaughn Taylor 80-1
- Scott Stallings 80-1
- Harry Higgs 100-1
- Kevin Streelman 100-1
- Nick Watney 100-1
- Sung Kang 100-1