Updated 2022 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Odds, Pick, Format: Odds Shift Without Daniel Berger
Steph Chambers/Getty Images. Pictured: Patrick Cantlay.
- The PGA TOUR heads to Northern California for the 2022 AT&T Pebble Peach Pro-Am this week.
- World No. 4 Patrick Cantlay tops the odds board and is trailed by a host of impressive young talent.
- Check out the latest odds and an early betting pick below.
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|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|
Patrick Cantlay headlines the field at the 2022 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. The world No. 4 and reigning FedEx Cup champion finished in a tie for third at this tournament last year with Jordan Spieth, who won this tournament back in 2017. The pair finished three strokes behind eventual winner Daniel Berger and runner-up Maverick McNealy by two.
Those four players are all back for this year’s event in Northern California.
Cantlay has only made two starts this season on TOUR, but he’s made both of them count. He started with a 26-under performance at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, which somehow only got him fourth, behind finishing ninth at The American Express.
McNealy grew up around Pebble Beach, and one of his breakout performances last season was at this tournament. The 25-year-old has already shown great promise this season, with six top-30 finishes, including three in the top 20, in eight starts.
Other noteworthy names in the field are Jason Day, Kevin Kisner, Seamus Power and Justin Rose. Berger (back injury) and Will Zalatoris (COVID) have withdrawn.
As has been the case over the past two weeks at The American Express and Farmers Insurance Open, players will play multiple courses this week.
The first three rounds will be rotated between a trio of courses: Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill and the Shore Course at Monterey Peninsula Country Club. The final round will take place at the iconic Pebble Beach.
Last year, the Pro-Am portion of the event did not take place. The tournament was also only contested at Pebble Beach and Spyglass Hill.
Some of golf’s biggest names have notched victories at the Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Last year, Berger became the latest with his two-stroke win.
Phil Mickelson holds the record with five wins at Pebble Beach, with the earliest coming in 1998 and the latest coming back in 2019. Dustin Johnson has a pair of wins, coming back in ’09 and ’10.
Over the past six years, it’s been a place for some players to get a rare win. Vaughn Taylor won by one stroke over Mickelson back in 2016 for his first win in almost 11 years. Ted Potter Jr. got his second victory on the TOUR in 2018, as did Nick Taylor in 2020.
Shane McNichol: Jordan Spieth (+2000)
The resulting field here at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am is filled with some intriguing names, at shorter odds than you’d typically find when the best players are teeing it up.
A name like McNealy might jump out to some, after he played well last week and finished runner-up at this venue last season. I find it tough to bet on a player with no career TOUR wins being offered under +3000.
Instead, I’ll turn to an old reliable: Jordan Spieth.
Spieth had the PGA TOUR’s longest streak of made cuts snapped last week, giving him some extra time to ruminate on Pebble Beach. It’s been a comfortable spot for him, with Spieth nabbing a top-10 in five of the last eight playings of this event, including a win.
This event favors a hot putter. When Spieth’s flat stick is rolling, there are few better. I like his chances to get hot this week.