Rory McIlroy (left) and Scottie Scheffler (right) are co-favorites in the Pebble Beach Odds

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Odds: Scottie & Rory Co-Favored To Win

One of the most historic venues on the PGA Tour will welcome one of the best fields of the year this week at the 2024 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. The second signature event of the season will see the best 80 players on the PGA Tour compete across two different tournaments in a no-cut tournament.

Taking to Pebble Beach Golf Links and Spyglass Hill Golf Club the first two rounds, players will lug around an amateur partner before the weekend competition begins. The final two rounds will only be played on Pebble Beach and set up an exciting finish along the coast of Monterey. 

The betting board is led by two men, Scottie Scheffler and Rory McIlroy, at +800. McIlroy has an opportunity to usurp Scheffler from the top spot in the world with a victory in what will only be his fourth career appearance at Pebble Beach. Meanwhile, Scheffler makes his tournament debut and hopes to figure out his putting woes as the PGA Tour season heats up.

2024 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Odds

Pebble Beach Pro-Am Betting Odds
Scottie Scheffler+800
Rory McIlroy+800
Viktor Hovland+1200
Xander Schauffele+1400
Jordan Spieth+1600
Patrick Cantlay+1800
Collin Morikawa+2000
Max Homa+2000
Justin Thomas+2000
Ludvig Aberg+2500
Tony Finau+3000
Matt Fitzpatrick+3000

Odds as of January 31

Reigning FedEx Cup champion Viktor Hovland sits at +1200 narrowly ahead of Californian Xander Schauffele and former AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am champion Jordan Spieth. Patrick Cantlay sits at +1800 and is the last of the players to begin the week below +2000 on the betting board.

2024 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Betting Picks

Xander Schauffele To Win (+1400)

Despite not winning since 2022, Schauffele continues to play some of the best golf in the world. The Californian arrives at Pebble Beach with finishes three straight top-10 finishes to start his year at The Sentry, the American Express and last week’s Farmers Insurance Open.

While this will only be his second AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am appearance, Schauffele found success at the 2019 U.S. Open in the form of a podium finish. That should draw confidence for this week as the weather looks to be an issue and the rough is expected to be grown out.

Over the last six months, the American ranks second in total strokes gained, second in strokes gained tee-to-green, ninth in strokes gained off the tee, second in strokes gained approach and fourth in strokes gained around the green.

Collin Morikawa To Win (+2000)

Like Schauffele, the two-time major champion does not have a ton of experience around Pebble Beach, but the course fit should materialize.

Morikawa is one of the most accurate drivers of the golf ball ranking sixth in this field and one of the best approach players ranking seventh over the last half year. Morikawa ranks first from 50-100 yards in terms of strokes gained per shot and inside the top 10 from 100-150 yards in the same category, both of which will account for 30% of approach shots this week.

All of this to say, Morikawa’s skillset is ideal for Pebble Beach, and it will just be about the six-time winner piecing together four rounds. He has gotten off to nice starts at The Sentry and the Farmers Insurance Open but has fallen off the pace in both instances finishing T-5 Hawaii and missing the cut at Torrey Pines. If he can maintain his level of play from the first round, Morikawa should see himself enter the winner’s circle once again.

Max Homa To Win (+2000)

Homa only has a couple more starts remaining in his home state of California, and while the Genesis Invitational in two weeks makes a lot of sense, Pebble Beach could be an ideal landing spot. 

Homa enjoyed a great final round at the Farmers Insurance Open to connect on his 11th straight top-21 finish dating back to 2023 and should come into Pebble Beach with plenty of momentum. He hasn’t played here in the past two seasons, but when he did Homa had it rolling with three straight top 15s including a T-7 in 2021.

Over the last six months, Homa ranks inside the top 25 in terms of driving distance and driving accuracy while checking in at seventh in strokes gained total and fifth in strokes gained tee-to-green.

Sungjae Im To Win (+3500)

The South Korean surprisingly missed the cut at the Farmers Insurance Open and should be in line for a nice rebound performance. Connecting on a top 25 at The American Express and top five at The Sentry, Im is clearly in some form.

He is both long and accurate off the tee and will need to see an uptick with his irons if he is to threaten for the title. Over the last six months, Im ranks inside the top 40 in all strokes gained categories, and that consistency should allow for some success at Pebble Beach.

Byeong Hun An To Win (+4000)

If not now than when for An.

The 32-year-old enjoyed a great Hawaii swing with a fourth-place finish at The Sentry and a brutal playoff loss at the Sony Open. Over the last six months, the South Korean quietly ranks 11th in total strokes gained, 12th in strokes gained tee-to-green, second in strokes gained off the tee and 14th in strokes gained around the green.

The small putting surfaces of Pebble Beach and Spyglass Hill will test An’s approach play, but if it is up to the test then the rest of his game should be good enough to claim his first victory on the PGA Tour.

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