2022 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Odds, Preview and Picks

The PGA Tour’s California Swing continues this week with the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, although the field is a bit watered-down because there’s a huge money event on the Asian Tour in Saudi Arabia that lured many of golf’s biggest names.

The tournament will return to a three-course rotation after using only two in 2021. Golfers will rotate through Pebble Beach Golf Links, Spyglass Hill Golf Course, and Monterey Peninsula Country Club (Shore Course) before finishing at Pebble Beach on Sunday.

In each of the last three even-numbered years of this tournament, a triple-digit outright has prevailed: Vaughn Taylor (200/1) in 2016, Ted Potter Jr. (300/1) in 2018 and Canadian Nick Taylor (125/1) in 2020.

We’ve listed starting golf odds and an odds analysis of the top choices at the 2022 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Will Daniel Berger retain the title? ? Keep reading to find out.

2022 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Tournament Info

  • When: Thursday, Feb. 3 – Sunday, Feb. 6
  • Where: Pebble Beach Golf Links, Pebble Beach, CA
  • TV: Golf Channel
  • Live Stream: GolfChannel.com
  • Purse: $8,700,000
  • Defending Champ: Daniel Berger
  • Odds to Win the 2022 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

    • Patrick Cantlay +750
    • Daniel Berger +1200
    • Will Zalatoris +1800
    • Jordan Spieth +2200
    • Jason Day +2200
    • Justin Rose +2800
    • Maverick McNealy +2800
    • Cameron Tringale +3000
    • Seamus Power +3000
    • Matt Fitzpatrick +3500
    • Lanto Griffin +4000
    • Ryan Palmer +4500
    • Mackenzie Hughes +5000
    • Kevin Kisner +5000
    • Christiaan Bezuidenhout +5500
    • Kevin Streelman +5500
    • Mito Pereira +6000
    • Brian Harman +6000
    • Denny McCarthy +6600
    • Who are the top betting picks to win the 2022 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am?

      Luke List won the PGA Tour’s Farmers Insurance Open on Sunday in San Diego in a playoff over Will Zalatoris for his first PGA Tour win. Zalatoris missed the chance to secure his own first career victory when he barely missed an 8-foot birdie putt on the par-5 18th, forcing a playoff. After both players rescued their errant playoff tee shots from a fairway bunker, List spun an exceptional 131-yard wedge approach shot to within a foot of the cup. List isn’t playing this week, either, but Zalatoris is and is a +1800 third favorite. Zalatoris slept on his first 54-hole lead/co-lead in his 40th career PGA Tour start. It was his second career runner-up finish.

      Patrick Cantlay, ranked No. 4 in the world, is the favorite at +800. He last played two weeks ago at the American Express and shot a final-round 69 to finish at 18-under 270 and good for T9. It was the reigning FedExCup champ’s fourth AmEx, third top 10, third straight, and he has opened the season with consecutive Top 10s.

      Cantlay finished in a tie for third at this tournament last year with Jordan Spieth (+2000), who won this tournament back in 2017. The pair finished three strokes behind eventual winner Daniel Berger and runner-up Maverick McNealy by two. Including his win, Spieth has five top-10s and eight top-25s in nine career starts at this event.

      Berger is +1400 to repeat. Last year, McNealy was in the clubhouse tied for the lead with Berger, who was in the group behind him. Berger fired a fairway metal into the heart of the 18th green, 30 feet away. He only needed two putts for birdie to win, and instead finished with a flair by making eagle. Berger finished at 18-under 270 for his fourth career victory. “That was the best putt I’ve ever hit in my life,” Berger said. He looks to become the first repeat winner at Pebble Beach since Dustin Johnson more than a decade ago.

      Which player from +2000 to +2800 odds can win the trophy?

      Aussie Jason Day seems to contend here every year but has yet to win – he’s +2000. Winless since 2018, trying to work his way through swing changes, Day made a serious run for the title Saturday at the Farmers Insurance Open. He holed out from the 14th fairway for eagle, and all of a sudden he was right back where he began the day – in a share of the lead. Alas, he fell back late and finished tied for four.

      “Good quality week, a lot of positives moving forward,” Day said. “This is the second tournament for me that I’ve really tried to try these swing changes. So it’s great that the progress is where it is, but still a lot of work to do.”

      Day finished T7 at Pebble Beach last season, his seventh career top-7 finish at this event, with no wins… Day would become only the fifth non-American to ever win at Pebble Beach.

      2022 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Expert Pick

      Jordan Spieth at +2000

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