AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Odds and Picks

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The PGA Tour moves up the West Coast this week to Pebble Beach for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am where Patrick Cantlay is listed as the favorite. Cantlay is listed at odds of +800 to win the event and he is the only player listed at single-digit odds, as next in golf betting odds is defending champion Daniel Berger at odds of +1400. I am coming off a very nice winner last week in the Farmers Insurance Open, as Luke List won at odds of 66-1. I’ll look to follow that up with another winner this week. Let’s look at AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am odds and picks.

Venue: This event takes place over three courses, after using just two last year. Golfers will play Pebble Beach Golf Links which is a par 72 that measures 6,972 yards, Spyglass Hill which is a par 72 measuring 7,041 yards and Monterey Peninsula Country Club which is a par 71 that measures 6,957 yards.

Last Year: Daniel Berger rolled in a 30-foot eagle putt on the 72nd hole to win last year’s event. Jordan Spieth was the co-leader after 54 holes but bogeyed two of his first five holes to effectively end his chances. Maverick McNealy was tied for the lead heading to 18 but he just missed his eagle putt. McNealy shot a 65 in the final round but finished in second place, his best career PGA Tour finish. Spieth tied for third with Cantlay, while Paul Casey and Nate Lasley tied for fifth.

TV Coverage: CBS and Golf Channel

 

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Odds

Patrick Cantlay +800

Daniel Berger +1400

Will Zalatoris +1800

Jason Day +2000

Jordan Spieth +2000

Cameron Tringale +2500

Justin Rose +2500

Seamus Power +2500

Maverick McNealy +2800

Christiaan Bezuidenhout +4000

Kevin Kisner +4000

Kevin Streelman +4000

Lanto Griffin +4000

Mackenzie Hughes +4000

Matthew Fitzpatrick +4000

Mito Pereira +4000

Ryan Palmer +4000

Brian Harman +5000

Denny McCarthy +5000

Matt Jones +5000

Russell Knox +5000

Aaron Rai +5500

Michael Thompson +5500

Tom Hoge +5500

Matt Kuchar +6000

Andrew Putnam +6600

Charley Hoffman +6600

Chris Kirk +6600

Joel Dahmen +6600

Lucas Glover +6600

Min Woo Lee +6600

Adam Hadwin +8000

Alex Smalley +8000

Brandt Snedeker +8000

Patrick Rodgers +8000

Brandon Harkins +10000

Brendon Todd +10000

All other players are listed with odds of 100-1 or more

 

Favorite

Patrick Cantlay +800

If you follow me every week I will sound like a broken record when it comes to favorites, but they simply don’t win enough to be profitable. Once in a great while I will back a favorite, but it is rare. Cantlay has good overall numbers in this event and the field is not that strong, so you can at least make a case for taking Cantlay, but I still can’t do it. The last six winners of this event have gone off with odds of at least 30-1 and three had odds of more than a 100-1.

 

Value Picks

Maverick McNealy +2800

I know that it is hard to take a player who has never won on the PGA Tour at odds this low, but the field this week is simply not that strong and McNealy looks ready to win. He has six finishes in the Top 30 this season and three in the Top 20. He has played well at Pebble Beach in the past, including last year. This has also been a really good tournament for some off the radar players to get wins including Vaughn Taylor, Ted Potter Jr. and Nick Taylor. I’ll take McNealy at +2800.

 

Justin Rose +2500

I’ll take a flyer on Rose this week. He is a good irons player and distance is not a priority this week, plus Rose has played well in the past at Pebble Beach. Rose is a player who knows how to win and there are not that many of those in the field this week. I would have preferred higher odds, but I’ll still take a shot with Rose.

 

Matt Kuchar +6000

There is no doubt that Kuchar is not the player he once was, but this layout really suits his game, as it doesn’t demand distance but it does demand accuracy and good irons play. Kuchar is still very good on short holes and he is playing pretty well right now, including a tie for 7th at the Sony. I hit a big price on List last week at similar odds and this week I’ll take a shot on Kuchar.

Check out the latest Pebble Beach Pro-Am odds at SugarHouse Sportsbook.