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2021 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Odds

One of the most iconic golf courses in the world is the stage this week for the PGA Tour, as the 2021 edition of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am kicks off at Pebble Beach Golf Links in Pebble Beach, California.

Heading into championship Sunday, Jordan Spieth is the +175 favorite at Bovada followed by Patrick Cantlay at +375, Daniel Berger at +625, Jason Day at +1300 and Russell Knox at +1400 to round out the top five golfers on the oddsboard.

Here’s a look at the golfers with the likeliest odds to emerge triumphant today:

Who is Favored to Win the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am?

2021 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Odds
Jordan Spieth+175
Patrick Cantlay+375
Daniel Berger+625
Jason Day+1300
Russell Knox+1400
Paul Casey+1600
Nate Lashley+1800
Tom Hoge+2200
Maverick McNealy+4000
Max Homa+4500
Brian Stuard+5500
Kevin Streelman+8000
Will Gordon+8000
Cameron Tringale+12500
Henrik Norlander+12500
Charley Hoffman+30000
Tom Lewis+30000
Akshay Bhatia+50000
Cameron Davis+50000
Cameron Percy+50000

Odds as of February 14 at Bovada

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Course and Tournament Information

  • Course: Pebble Beach Golf Links, Spyglass Hill Golf Course
  • Location: Pebble Beach, California
  • Dates: February 11-14, 2021
  • Par: 72 (Pebble Beach), 72 (Spyglass Hill)
  • Yardage: 7,051 yards (Pebble Beach), 7,041 yards (Spyglass Hill)
  • Purse: $7.8 million

Taylor Looking to Go Back to Back 

Nick Taylor won his second PGA Tour title here a year ago, holding off a charging Kevin Streelman in the process. Taylor, whose previous tour win occurred at the 2014 Sanderson Farms Championship, notched a 2-under 70 in the final round to claim the bragging rights. He’s priced at +8000 to win it this time around.

The Canadian opened the 2020 event with a lights-out 63 and was in contention all week before putting the finishing touches on the final round. Taylor’s win was the first by a non-American in 15 years. In the history of the tournament, only four non-Americans have ever won: Taylor, Vijay Singh, Brett Ogle and Bruce Crampton.

Phil Mickelson, Taylor’s playing partner on Sunday, finished third, while Jason Day was fourth and Maverick McNealy, Daniel Berger, Matt Jones and Charl Schwartzel all ended the tournament T-5.

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Will Look Different in 2021

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there will be no pro-am portion of the tournament this year. Instead, the 156 professionals will play only two courses – Pebble Beach Golf Links and Spyglass Hill Golf Course – instead of the usual three. Instead of the usual 54, the cut will take place after 36 holes.

Two-time Pebble Beach champion Dustin Johnson withdrew on Monday, causing the tournament to lose some major star power. Mickelson will be teeing it up at Pebble Beach looking for his sixth victory at the venue. 

It will be worth keeping an eye on Jordan Spieth. Spieth, who won at Pebble Beach in 2017 in a year that saw him notch three tour victories, hasn’t won since. The Texan was T-8 heading into the weekend at last week’s Waste Management Phoenix Open and is in solid form considering how shaky the past few seasons have been for him.

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Picks

Jason Day +2000

Day has never won at Pebble Beach, but he’s come close. The Australian has six top-10 finishes at the event in his last eight appearances, including a fourth-place showing in 2020. 

Day is extremely comfortable in his surroundings here, and with Johnson pulling out from the competition on Monday, the door is wide open for him to finally get his first win at the illustrious track.

Harold Varner III +5500

Varner failed to make the cut at his first Pebble Beach appearance last year, but he has the talent to make a surprising surge up the leaderboard despite his inexperience here. 

Varner was unimpressive at Torrey Pines, yet he looked more like his usual self at the Waste Management Phoenix Open in a T-13 finish. If he can keep the momentum going that he created in Arizona (fifth in strokes gained: tee-to-green, top 10 in approach), he could be in for a good week in California.


Golf is unique for many reasons, but one of them is the significant number of betting props available at weekly tournaments. The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am is no different.

Sportsbooks are offering odds on things like whether there will be a hole-in-one, OVER/UNDERs on the winning score for the eventual champion and odds on which players from specific countries will have the lowest score, to name a few.

Like other sports, betting on props is a fun and unique way to enhance your golf gambling experience.

Live Betting

Live Betting is arguably one of the most exciting ways to bet on golf. If the player you placed a pre-tournament bet on is out of the running at any point during the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, you can bet on another golfer as the days go by and have another stake in the game.

If there are only a few men in the hunt on the final day, the odds likely won’t be significantly high, but your chances of winning are. We’ve seen this happen multiple times in the PGA Tour’s Return to Golf, as multiple tournaments have gone to a playoff.

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