That was Davis Love’s first win on tour since 2008.
Vijay Singh – 200 to 1 odds
Vijay Singh won the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in 2004. He’s sure to win again at some point but will it be this week?
After finishing tied for 10th at the Tournament of Champions, Jason Day missed the cut at the Farmers Insurance Open in his last start. Mark O’Meara holds the record for most wins in the tournament with five. A much better showing is expected this week at Pebble Beach. Patrick Reed, Brooks Koepka – 30 to 1 odds each
The Pebble Beach Pro-Am dates back to 1937. Davis has 21 PGA Tour wins in his career including a win last season at the Wyndham Championship at age 51. That was shocking because Jason Day was the defending champion in the tournament but he was under the weather with the flu when he missed the cut. Holmes, Shane Lowry – 33 to 1 odds each
Nick Watney – 125 to 1 odds
At age 34, Nick Watney has five PGA Tour wins but he has not won since 2012. Holmes has four career wins including once in 2015 and he’s knocking on the door in 2016 as he tied for 6th place at the Farmers Open two weeks ago and at the Phoenix Open last week. Kevin Na, J.B. T-15. Tiger Woods has only won the Pebble Beach Pro-Am once (2000).
7. Jason Dufner – 45 to 1
Danny Lee was leading at the Phoenix Open last week until he shot a final round 73 and ended up tied for fourth. Shane Lowry also tied for 6th place last week in Arizona. Ryan Moore, David Lingmerth – 50 to 1 odds each
Jordan Spieth has said he’s pretty tired from traveling around the world over the last three months. He missed the cut last week at the Phoenix Open.
After inexplicably missing the cut at the Farmers Insurance Open two weeks ago, Phil Mickelson tied for 11th place last week at the Phoenix Open. Brandt Snedeker – 14 to 1
Brandt Snedeker is the defending champion here as he won the Pebble Beach Pro-Am last year. He’s notable here because Watney finished in second place last year three shots off the winner Brandt Snedeker.
Davis Love III – 200 to 1 odds
Davis Love III has two wins in the Pebble Beach Pro-Am (2001, 2003). Bubba Watson, Jimmy Walker – 18 to 1 odds each
14. Here is a list of the betting odds for the PGA golfers to win the 2016 AT&T Pebble-Beach Pro-Am.
8. That was Snedeker’s second win here as he also won at Pebble Beach in 2013. Walker tends to play well early in the year and he tied for 4th in his last start two weeks ago at the Farmers Open.
Ryan Moore has four career wins with his last win coming in November of 2014. Vijay has 34 career wins on the PGA Tour but he has not won a tournament anywhere since 2008.
D.A. Mickelson’s last win on tour was at the 2013 British Open. Then a few notables are also listed who have much higher betting odds to win this week.
T-9. Phil Mickelson – 22 to 1
T-11. Jordan finished tied for seventh at Pebble Beach last year.
The 2016 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am golf tournament on the PGA Tour is taking place this week from February 11-14, 2016, at the Pebble Beach Golf Links, Spyglass Hill Golf Course and the Monterey Peninsula Country Club golf courses located on the Monterey Peninsula in Pebble Beach, California. He has one win on tour which came last year at the Greenbrier Classic. His other win came in 2013 at the Shell Houston Open.
1. Jason Day – 8 to 1
4. He shot a 65 in the third round. Bubba Watson has eight career wins and finished tied for 14th place last week at the Phoenix Open. Dustin Johnson – 11 to 1
Kevin Na is a great golfer but he only has one PGA Tour win in 306 starts. Dustin Johnson tied for 4th here last year. All golfers with odds of 55 to 1 or less are listed below with comments. Brooks Koepka’s lone win on tour was at the Phoenix Open in 2015 but he only managed a tie for 41st there last week. Ryan Palmer has three career wins but his last win was in 2010. Rose has seven wins on the PGA Tour including one win in 2015. He’s a threat here if he can play better in his second start of 2016. Justin Rose – 25 to 1
2. David Lingmerth won at the Memorial last year for his first career PGA win. So far in 2016, Jordan Spieth won the Tournament of Champions on January 7th, finished tied for 5th at the Abu Dhabi Golf championship on January 21st and finished 2nd at the Singapore Open on January 28th. Lowry’s lone win on tour came last year at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational in August.
Patrick Reed has four wins on tour with his last win coming at the 2015 Tournament of Champions. Points won the Pebble Beach Pro-Am in 2011. His soon to be father-in-law Wayne Gretzky is playing here in the pro-am field.
After winning at La Quinta three weeks ago, Jason Dufner laid an egg last week at the Phoenix Open where he missed the cut. So far in 2016, Dustin Johnson finished tied for 10th at the Tournament of Champions and then finished tied for 18th at the Farmers Insurance Open in his last start two weeks ago. Dufner now has four career wins on the PGA Tour including one major (2013 PGA Championship).
T-17. Two weeks ago Brandt Snedeker won the Farmers Insurance Open for his 8th career PGA Tour win. Last week, Snedeker finished tied for 33rd at the Phoenix Open.
T-5. Ryan Palmer, Danny Lee – 55 to 1 odds each. Points is 39 years old and he has two career PGA Tour wins. Jason Day tied for 4th here last year.
Justin Rose is such a great golfer he’s always a threat to win but he missed the cut at the Farmers Insurance Open two weeks ago in his last start. Palmer tied for 24th place last week at the Phoenix Open.
3. Jimmy Walker has five career wins including two wins in 2015. As mentioned above, Phil Mickelson has won at Pebble Beach four times. Reed missed the cut at the Farmers Insurance Open in his last start. Koepka also has a win on the European Tour and he hits the ball a mile so he’s always a threat to win again.
Bubba Watson and Jimmy Walker are 18 to 1 odds each to win this week. Points – 300 to 1 odds
D.A. Moore, who is 33 years old, did not play badly last week at the Phoenix Open finishing tied for 11th in his first start since October. So he has not played badly in his first three starts of 2016.
Two of Dustin Johnson’s nine PGA Tour wins have come in the Pebble Beach Pro-Am (2009, 2010). Phil Mickelson and Sam Snead are tied for second most wins with four each followed by Jack Nicklaus and Johnny Miller with three wins each. J.B. Justin Rose also won the Hong Kong Open on the European Tour last October.
Good luck at all the PGA golfers and especially the bettors this week at the 2016 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am!
This year’s field includes six of the top 10 golfers in the world. Jordan Spieth – 9/2 odds
At odds of 9/2 Jordan Spieth is the betting favorite to win the 2016 Pebble Beach Pro-Am