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PGA Tour 2019 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Odds & Picks

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Phil Mickelson attempts to secure his record tying 5th career AT&T Pebble Beach title. Photo by Corn Farmer (Flickr) [CC License]
  • Strong field tees it up at the always fun AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
  • Internet sensation Ho Sung Choi (and his wacky swing) playing on sponsors exemption
  • We’ve narrowed down the golfers with the best chance of emerging victorious

It’s that time of year where the celebrities and pro golfers get together in the always entertaining and wildly unpredictable AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

There’s a bevy of strong players competing and this event has produced many iconic winners, but also has had a slew of lesser-knowns breaking through.

Last year was a perfect example with Ted Potter Jr. outlasting three sure-fire Hall of Famers (Dustin Johnson, Phil Mickelson, Jason Day) for just his second career PGA Tour title.

2019 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Odds

Golfer Odds to Win 2019 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am at Bovada
Dustin Johnson +600
Jason Day +1000
Jordan Spieth +2200
Tommy Fleetwood +2200
Tony Finau +2200
Phil Mickelson +2500
Matt Kuchar +2500
Patrick Cantlay +2500
Adam Scott +3000
Patrick Reed +3300
Paul Casey +3300
Branden Grace +3300
Chez Reavie +3300
Shane Lowry +4000
Adam Hadwin +4500

*Odds taken 2/4; follow the link in the table to see all options

Jason Day Poised to Add to Trophy Collection

Jason Day has found himself oh-so-close to closing the deal at this event without getting over the finish line.

In four events this season he has nothing worse than a 13th place showing and is coming off a T-5th at the Farmers Insurance Open.

Bank on Day finally getting it done this week at Pebble Beach, which is a tune up of sorts for the US Open held here in June.

Jason Day’s Last 6 Pebble Beach Pro-Ams

Year Result
2018 T-2nd
2017 T-5th
2016 T-11th
2015 T-4th
2014 T-64th
2013 6th

Internet Sensation Ho-Sung Choi Bringing Talents to Pebble Beach

If you haven’t seen the golfer that is sweeping social media then you’re in luck because Ho-Sung Choi has a swing you have to see to believe.

Choi is competing on a sponsors exemption and has become such a sensation that even Aaron Rodgers wants to tee it up with him!

It’s not as if Choi doesn’t have game either. He won on the Japan Tour in November. However, with his odds +35000, you’d be wise to allocate your money elsewhere.

Will Phil Mickelson Tie AT&T Pebble Beach Win Record?

Phil Mickelson has had a weird 2019. Second at the Desert Classic, but then laid an egg missing the cut in Phoenix.

Two of the last three years, however, he’s finished second at Pebble Beach. Expect him to be right in the thick of things come Sunday.

Most Career Wins at AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Golfer Wins
Mark O’Meara 5
Phil Mickelson 4
Sam Snead 4
Jack Nicklaus 3
Johnny Miller 3

Last 5 Pebble Beach Pro-Am Winners

Year Winner
2018 Ted Potter Jr.
2017 Jordan Spieth
2016 Vaughn Taylor
2015 Brandt Snedeker
2014 Jimmy Walker

2019 AT&T Pebble Beach Best Value Picks

  1. Branden Grace (+3300): Runner-up last week in Phoenix. Respectable T-20th showing in tournament debut last year.
  2. Brandt Snedeker (+5000): Two-time winner of this event (2013, 2015) and finished fourth in 2017.
  3. Cameron Champ (+6600): Has cooled off after a scorching start to his season which led to victory at the Sanderson Farms Championship. Despite struggles in last three events, these odds are too good to pass up for a stud like Champ.
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