Updated 2022 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Odds & 7 Picks for Justin Rose, Kevin Kisner, More
Getty Images. Pictured: Justin Rose (left) and Kevin Kisner.
- The PGA TOUR concludes a three-week stay in California with the 2022 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
- Patrick Cantlay tops the odds board, but our staff sees value further down this week.
- Check out GolfBet's seven best bets for Pebble Beach below.
Click here for AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am odds via PointsBet
|Mito Guillermo Pereira||+5000|
|Min Woo Lee||+6600|
|Andrew D. Putnam||+7000|
|J. J. Spaun||+15000|
|Ted Potter Jr||+30000|
|Bo Van Pelt||+50000|
|Darren Andrew Points||+50000|
|Davis Love III||+50000|
|Dawie Van Der Walt||+50000|
|Richard S. Johnson||+50000|
The PGA TOUR heads to one of its most famous stops this week for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
The field doesn’t feature the high-end talent of the Farmers Insurance Open or the next two weeks on TOUR, but that just means there’s value to be had for bettors. There have also been some big longshot winners in the past in Monterey.
The tournament has a three-course rotation, which means there will be a cut after the third round on Saturday, not the second. The top 60 will survive until Sunday to play Pebble Beach for the second time.
Our GolfBet staff has broken down its favorite picks for this week, making three outright picks and three props. Check out their bets and analysis below.
Brandon Harkins — Top-20 (+500)
Jason Sobel: If you’re digging around a little, you’ll find that Harkins is fresh off a Korn Ferry victory last week. That might not be enough to catch your attention, but dig deeper and you’ll find more. Harkins has played Pebble twice before, finishing T-15 in 2018 and T-28 the following year.
Need more? Harkins won last year’s TaylorMade Pebble Beach Invitational by two strokes, posting a four-round total of 21-under, which was the lowest winning score in four decades. In fact, nearly all of his best results have come in West Coast events, so if we’re ever going to target him, this feels like the right spot.
I also like that while Harkins just won the Bahamas Great Abaco Classic, it concluded on Wednesday. That means he’s had some extra time to overcome any physical and mental exhaustion that comes with winning.
Considering each of the last three winners of this event in even-numbered years has been a triple-digit longshot pre-tourney, I like taking some chances. Don’t be afraid to sprinkle an outright, but top-20 at this price should work.
Austin Eckroat — Top 20 (+650)
Chris Murphy: I’m not a huge fan of the outright market this week, which only got a little worse when Will Zalatoris was forced to withdraw on Tuesday. My initial inclination would be to go up top to Patrick Cantlay, but I just don’t have enough conviction on either to make that my top pick of the week.
Instead, I’ll go with my favorite placement bet to make up and down the board heading into the week with Austin Eckroat.
Eckroat came out of Oklahoma State, where he was teammates with Viktor Hovland and Matthew Wolff, and turned pro in 2021.
He made a few starts during the season across the Korn Ferry and PGA TOUR, with a few made cuts and a peak of a 16th place finish at the 3M Open. During those outings, he really showed an ability to be strong with his wedge play, which will come in handy this week on the short courses of the AT&T Pro-Am.
Pebble Beach is also a place he is familiar with having qualified and played in the 2019 U.S. Open, and recently finished T5 in a short field event at the TaylorMade Pebble Beach Invitational where he notably shot 63 in the second round at Pebble Beach.
Eckroat is a player that has quite a bit of talent, and the early returns show he may be a fit currently on shorter courses, which makes him an attractive choice at long odds this week.
I’ll be betting him all the way up to an improbable win at +30000, but the realistic value comes into play at +650 to Top 20 on BetMGM where ties are paid in full.
Justin Rose +2800
The Englishman is playing some of the best golf he has in a long time, and Pebble Beach is the perfect course for it to all come together and result in victory.
Rose has been putting very well over the past few years, but we haven’t quite seen him striking it this well from tee to green. He gained 5.4 strokes on approach in only two measured rounds at Torrey Pines, which was good for fourth in the field.
The 41-year-old now gets to play a short course and ranks 10th in SG: Total on par 72s under 7,200 yards, making Pebble Beach an ideal fit for his current game.
Rose comes in with some encouraging course history, having finished third at the 2019 US Open at Pebble Beach and sixth at this event in 2016. This tournament can quickly turn into a putting contest, and “Rosie” has just as good of a chance as anyone in the field if it does.
Scott Stallings — Top 20 (+400)
Landon Silinsky: Stallings loves Pebble Beach, having posted finishes of T-14, seventh, third and T-30 in four of his past five trips. He’s certainly not a paragon of consistency, but he really pops on weeks when he plays well.
During the fall he had a stretch of T-6, MC, MC, T-5. This is what keeps his odds in check and why we can snag 4/1 on him to simply top-20 in this spot.
Stallings also boasts some of the starkest putting splits in this field, as he’s a full half stroke per round better on Poa than other surfaces. He shot a final-round 66 on the South Course at Torrey Pines, gaining a whopping 4.8 strokes tee-to-green in the process.
I like Stallings to keep it rolling this week at a course he’s extremely comfortable at.
Scott Brown — Top 40 (+400)
Rob Bolton: After a useful fall, I’m not happy about connecting on only one of four of my Best Bets to open the new year. And now, the boards for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am seemingly have tightened the screws.
I looked at Charley Hoffman to miss the cut (+122 at FanDuel), but even his creaky back might not prevent the cagey veteran from figuring out a way to cash a paycheck with the promise of 54 holes. It’s not quite a marathon, but it ain’t a sprint, either.
FanDuel also has Scott Piercy at +480 for a top-30. That’s even more tempting, especially since he hung up top-20s in each of the last three editions of the tournament in its current format with three courses (2018-2020).
But I’ll reach for Brown’s lower expectation and still four times the investment. He lost his PGA TOUR card this season, but he his firepower in the absence of an obvious line warrants the compromise.
Brown arrives having finished a respective T-8 and T-36 in the Korn Ferry Tour’s doubleheader in The Bahamas. He’s also no stranger to the rotation of the AT&T. In 10 appearances, he’s recorded a pair of top-30s, including last year.
Cameron Tringale +3000
Bryan Berryman: I believe Cameron Tringale is going to win a golf tournament this year, so why not this week?
He’s coming off three top-five finishes in his last five starts, highlighted by a third-place finish in the star-studded Farmers Insurance Open last week. This week, he’ll get to attack a much weaker field at an event he finished seventh at last year.
Tringale ranks sixth in this field in Strokes Gained: Total over the last 50 tracked rounds on courses that measure 7,200 yards or less. All three courses in the rotation will fit that criteria this week.
This is a case of the right golfer competing in the right event at the right time. Tringale’s combination of form and course fit will make him a formidable force, and I believe he captures his first career PGA TOUR victory this weekend.
Kevin Kisner +5000
Joshua Perry: Kisner had two top 10s in Hawaii where his approach and putting game were dialed in.
He’s played better in recent years here, making three of his last four cuts. He finished 10th in 2017 and lost three strokes putting during his two rounds at Pebble. If the irons and putter can line up again like they did for two weeks in Hawaii, he can finish near the top of this leaderboard.