2021 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Odds, Prediction and Picks
| 2021 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am |
Date: Feb 11-14, 2021
Course: Monterey Peninsula Country Club - Shore Course
Pebble Beach Golf Links
Spyglass Hill Golf Course
Location: Pebble Beach, California
TV: Golf Channel / ESPN+
The Pebble Beach Pro-Am is scheduled to kick off on Thursday from California, although the event will look very different from the past few years. There will be no fans on the field due to COVID-19 concerns, which means there is no need for the three-field rotation. Still, this pretty good field took a hit earlier in the week when Dustin Johnson retired. That shouldn't take much away from you, though, because the course will be the real star of this event - as it probably should be.
With D.J.'s scratch, Spieth has become the singular headliner in this field because of what he did last week (T4) and what he did here in the past (he won in 2017). He will once again be under the microscope in a way that he was escaping from for the past few months. While we won't be able to tell what his trajectory is for weeks or months, a two-tournament trend will feel (and be) far more substantial than just a magical week in Phoenix.
We are only eight weeks away from the 2021 Masters, and a win here will lead someone (if they are not already qualified) to the first Major of 2021. Rickie Fowler is among those not yet qualified for Augusta, and he is also in this field afterwards. from a disappointing failed cut in Phoenix.
Title defender Nick Taylor leads the 156-player field into competition starting Thursday at Pebble Beach Golf Links and Spyglass Hill Golf Course. Phil Mickelson, who has recorded 44 PGA Tour wins, wants to claim a sixth victory and hold the record at the Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
In the last event 2020, McClure managed to win Viktor Hovland at +2500 on the best bets of him. That was one of the many huge calls he made last year. After nailing Sergio Garcia (+5500) finishing atop the rankings at the Sanderson Farms Championship, McClure finished with over $ 6,200 once again in his best bets.
Paul Casey, who has recorded 20 professional victories and is a top Las Vegas favorite, stumbles and barely makes it into the top five. Casey has finished T-12 or better in each of his last two starts worldwide, including an eighth place on The American Express in January.
Jason Day, a long shot, makes a strong run for the title. Day has a much better chance of winning it all than his odds imply, making him a target for anyone looking for a great payday. The 33-year-old has won 12 times on the PGA Tour, but aims to end a three-year winless drought.
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Odds to Win 2021 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
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