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PGA: AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Odds

Jordan Spieth

This weekend’s golf action features one of the most iconic and highly anticipated tournaments on the PGA Tour: the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Golfers will tee off at the iconic seaside links for the 75th time, and it’s unsurprising to see who the overwhelming odds-on favorite is at sportsbooks.

Online shop Bovada lists world no. 1 Jordan Spieth as a +500 favorite to emerge triumphant in Florida. Spieth has never won at the tournament, but finished seven last year at 16-under par.

One thing we know about Pebble Beach, AKA the shortest course on the Tour, is it does not reward players who excel off the tee. The fairways are largely generous, meaning golfers who specialize in accurate irons and strong putting have a better chance of going low on the small greens.

Brandt Snedeker (+1200) is the perfect example of that. Snedeker, who won in 2015 and 2013, finished last season 48th in driving distance and 38th in driving accuracy, however he did finish third in hitting greens in regulation. In fact, the worst average putting ranking of champions in the last decade was sixth (Dustin Johnson in 2009).

Johnson (+900), Jimmy Walker (+1600), Phil Mickelson (+1600) and Snedeker are the only multiple time winners in the field. Bettors looking for top 10 value would be wise to consider Walker, as the 37-year-old has three top 10 finishes in his last four here and five in the past 10 years.

The wily veteran Mickelson is an intriguing option at the price despite suffering from an inconsistent start to the year. Lefty’s last two championships at Pebble Beach in 2012 and 2007 came when he was on a cold streak, so he could easily replicate that success once again and pick up his 42nd career victory.

Here’s a preview of the book’s odds. Who are you backing? Let us known in the comment section.

2016 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Odds

Odds as of February 9 at Bovada

  • Jordan Spieth +500
  • Dustin Johnson +900
  • Jason Day +900
  • Brandt Snedeker +1200
  • Bubba Watson +1600
  • Jimmy Walker +1600
  • Phil Mickelson +1600
  • Justin Rose +2000
  • J.B. Holmes +2800
  • Patrick Reed +3000
  • Brooks Koepka +3300
  • Kevin Na +3500
  • Shane Lowry +3500
  • Jason Dufner +5500
  • Ryan Moore +5500
  • Ryan Palmer +5000
  • Bill Haas +6600
  • Danny Lee +6600
  • David Lingmerth +7500
  • Matt Jones +8000
  • Russell Knox +8000
  • Bryce Molder +9000
  • Fredrik Jacobson +9000
  • Will Wilcox +9000
  • Hunter Mahan +10000
  • Ian Poulter +10000
  • James Hahn +10000
  • K J Choi +10000
  • Kevin Streelman +10000
  • Luke Donald +10000
  • Daniel Summerhays +12500
  • Nick Watney +12500
  • Pat Perez +12500
  • Russell Henley +12500
  • Sean O'Hair +12500
  • Si Woo Kim +12500
  • William McGirt +12500
  • Aaron Baddeley +15000
  • Colt Knost +15000
  • Jason Bohn +15000
  • Jhonattan Vegas +15000
  • Kevin Chappell +15000
  • Padraig Harrington +15000
  • Zac Blair +15000
  • Brendon Todd +17500
  • Paul Dunne +17500
  • Andrew Loupe +20000
  • Ben Martin +20000
  • Chesson Hadley +20000
  • David Hearn +20000
  • Jason Kokrak +20000
  • Jerry Kelly +20000
  • Jon Curran +20000
  • Jonas Blixt +20000
  • Kyle Stanley +20000
  • Lucas Glover +20000
  • Spencer Levin +20000
  • Steve Stricker +20000
  • Steven Bowditch +20000
  • Vijay Singh +20000
  • Brett Stegmaier +25000
  • Bud Cauley +25000
  • David Toms +25000
  • Davis Love III +25000
  • Derek Fathauer +25000
  • Greg Owen +25000
  • Hiroshi Iwata +25000
  • Jason Gore +25000
  • Matt Every +25000
  • Michael Thompson +25000
  • Peter Malnati +25000
  • Ricky Barnes +25000
  • Robert Garrigus +25000
  • Scott Brown +25000
  • Stewart Cink +25000

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