The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am is one of the oldest golf tournaments on the PGA Tour, having started in 1937. It has come to include a number of celebrities teeing it up with the best players in the world, at one of the venerable golf courses in the world, Pebble Beach Golf Links, along with two others. Let’s take a look at the Pebble Beach odds for this event.

Pebble Beach gets the final round as a par-72 that tips out at 6,972 yards. Spyglass Hill Golf Course is a par-72 at 7,041 yards, and Monterey Peninsula Country Club is a par-71 at 6,957 yards. The field will rotate through these three rounds before finishing on Sunday at Pebble Beach. Expect Monterey to yield the lowest scores. Players get 54 holes before making or missing the cut.

You can watch the action for this tournament on Thursday and Friday from 3-6 PM ET, and then on Saturday and Sunday at 1-3 PM ET on the same channel. CBS follows up with the weekend action from 3-7 PM ET on Saturday, and 3-6:30 PM ET on Sunday.

All golf betting odds from Bovada.

Pebble Beach Odds – Favorites

(*NOTE: Will Zalatoris was listed as a favorite, but has withdrawn from the tournament due to a positive COVID-19 result.)

Patrick Cantlay (+700)

The world’s fourth-ranked player and reigning FedEx Cup champion returns to action after finishing 4-9 in his first two starts of 2022. In his last four starts in this event, Cantlay has gone T48-T35-T11-T3, and that T3 came last year.

Daniel Berger (+1200)

Daniel Berger poses with the trophy at Pebble Beach

The defending champion held off the field for a two-stroke win last year, and Berger finished T5 here the year before. He has finished T5 and T20 in his first two starts of the year, despite having a cold putter.

Jason Day (+2000)

Day made a late run at Torrey Pines to finish T3, and he loves Pebble Beach. He has finished T5-T2-T4-4-T7 in his last five trips here. He also appears to be healthy for the first time in years, it seems.

Pebble Beach Odds – Contenders

Jordan Spieth (+2000)

Jordan Spieth waits to hit his shot

Spieth won here in 2017 and has gone T20-T45-T9-T3 since then. He has a T20 and a missed cut to start the season, but maybe Pebble Beach can spark Spieth’s 2022 campaign.

Maverick McNealy (+2200)

McNealy has gone T27-T30 to start the season, and he has finished in  the top 30 in each of his last six starts overall. He’ll head to Pebble Beach, where he has gone T5-2 in the last two years.

Justin Rose (+2500)

Rose hasn’t played at Pebble Beach since a T39 in 2017, and it is fair to say that he has been up and down over the last two years. However, Rose is coming off a solid T6 at Torrey Pines and looked very good doing it.

Pebble Beach Odds – Longshots

Kevin Kisner (+4000)

Kevin Kisner hits a golf shot

Kisner kicked off the season with the Aloha Swing in Hawaii, going T8-T3. He’s not the longest off the tee, but that doesn’t matter at Pebble Beach, where none of the three courses are very long. He finished T10 here in 2017, but hasn’t had much success since.

Kevin Streelman (+4000)

Streelman finished solo 13th here in 2021, his fifth straight finish at Pebble Beach inside the top 17, and three of those finishes have been top-10s. He missed the cut at the American Express golf tournament, but finished a decent T39 at Torrey Pines.

Russell Knox (+5000)

Knox is also a fan of Pebble Beach, going T15-T14-MC-T7 here since 2018. That missed cut in 2020 was the beginning of an awful stretch in which Knox missed 10 consecutive cuts (but we’ll give him a pass as that was the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic). Knox has started the season with a T7 and a MC.


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