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2022 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Picks: Buy Jason Day & Kevin Streelman Entering Round 2

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  • Tom Hoge leads the field after Round 1 of the Pebble Beach Pro-Am, but there's value to be found further down toe odds board.
  • Jason Day and Kevin Streelman posted solid underlying numbers and are worth targeting before Round 2 begins.
  • Continue reading for a full best bets breakdown of the tournament as we head toward the weekend.
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Player Odds
Patrick Cantlay +350
Seamus Power +350
Tom Hoge +650
Jason Day +2000
Jordan Spieth +3000
Andrew D. Putnam +3300
Austin Smotherman +3300
Matthew Fitzpatrick +3300
Denny McCarthy +3500
Scott Stallings +4000
Taylor Moore +4000
Troy Merritt +4000
Charley Hoffman +5000
Kevin Streelman +5000
Maverick McNealy +5000
Min Woo Lee +5000
Austin Eckroat +6000
David Lipsky +6000
Greyson Sigg +6600
Satoshi Kodaira +6600
Brendon Todd +8000
Doc Redman +8000
Hayden Buckley +8000
Justin Rose +8000
Matthew NeSmith +8000
Ryan Moore +8000
Vaughn Taylor +8000
Camilo Villegas +9000
Nate Lashley +9000
Chesson Hadley +10000
Davis Riley +10000
Joel Dahmen +10000
Jonas Blixt +10000
Kevin Kisner +10000
Lanto Griffin +10000
Mito Guillermo Pereira +10000
Pat Perez +10000
Sean O’Hair +10000
Tyler Duncan +10000
Bill Haas +12500
Justin Lower +12500
Keith Mitchell +12500
Nick Taylor +12500
Peter Malnati +12500
Tyler McCumber +12500
Wyndham Clark +12500
Chez Reavie +13000
Joseph Bramlett +13000
Brian Harman +15000
Jonathan Byrd +15000
Peter Uihlein +15000
Russell Knox +15000
Sahith Theegala +15000
Sung Kang +15000
Adam Hadwin +17500
Adam Svensson +20000
Christiaan Bezuidenhout +20000
Dylan Wu +20000
Kelly Kraft +20000
Taylor Pendrith +20000
Kiradech Aphibarnrat +25000
Michael Thompson +25000
Scott Gutschewski +25000
Bo Van Pelt +30000
Dean Burmester +30000
Dylan Frittelli +30000
Chad Ramey +40000
Kevin Tway +40000
Mark Baldwin +40000
Andrew Landry +40000
Alex Smalley +50000
Brice Garnett +50000
Curtis Thompson +50000
Joshua Creel +50000
Kevin Chappell +50000
Matt Kuchar +50000
Matthias Schwab +50000
Patrick Rodgers +50000
D.J. Trahan +50000
Kevin Stadler +50000

More than 300 golfers went off across three courses on the Northern California coast on Thursday as the professionals and amateurs teed it up for the 2022 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Everyone from World No. 4 Patrick Cantlay to actor Bill Murray had their eyes set on a title as they began their opening rounds.

I’ll keep my focus on the pros this week, but we are sure to see plenty of golf shots throughout the week from the celebrities too. The best golfer in all of the field by score on Thursday was Tom Hoge, who continued to show his love for Pebble Beach with a bogey-free 9-under 63. He was especially spectacular after he turned to the front nine, and reeled off six consecutive birdies from holes three through eight.

While his round was lower, we may ultimately be more impressed by the 8-under 64 posted by Seamus Power on the more difficult Spyglass Hill. He also made it through his round bogey-free and closed with four straight birdies of his own on the only course where the field played over par for the day.

Lastly, over on Monterrey Peninsula, many of the stars of the week gathered to start on the easiest of the three tracks. Patrick Cantlay posted an early 6-under round, but would eventually be bested by a surprise 7-under 64 by Jonas Blixt.

Now, all of the players will rotate courses, creating another potential edge in the markets just from a course difficulty standpoint as we look for best bets heading into Friday.

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Best Bets

Jason Day +2400 (FanDuel)

This to me is the most logical place to start any added bets to the card going into Friday. Jason Day shot another solid round at Pebble Beach with a 4-under start to his week and gained strokes in every metric on the day. It totaled to 2.32 strokes gained tee to green, with better than a stroke of those coming on approach. I am always looking for ball striking from the Australian, and it seems he has found something with his new swing, which is exciting for all of golf.

I’ll buy in early on Day at odds that feel a bit long with the lack of winning experience at the very top of the leaderboard, and the great history Day has at this event. He now heads to the easiest course at Monterrey Peninsula for day two, where I expect him to make a move to be in the mix with the leaders going into Saturday’s third round.

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Kevin Streelman +5500 (FanDuel)

I’ll stick with the theme of players having success in this event as once again Kevin Streelman and Larry Fitzgerald hold the Pro-Am lead through the first round. These two have been a force in this event, and it seems to have helped Streelman as he has consistently produced results at this tournament.

Streelman started his week at Monterrey Peninsula and opened the week with a 4-under round. He will now roll over to Spyglass Hill, where he has had a good amount of success in recent years, despite it being the more difficult course. Streelman has averaged better than two shots under par at Spyglass across the last few years of this event and another round in the 60s would be a great result for him before heading to the final rounds at Pebble Beach, where he has been fantastic.

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Buy Lanto Griffin

As of this writing, there are no odds for placement positions or matchups available, but one player I wanted to point out going into Friday is Lanto Griffin. He was a popular name to start the week, and came out of the gates slow on Thursday, but he seemed to find something down the stretch. Griffin closed with three-straight birdies to finish his round at Monterrey and he will head to Spyglass looking to move up the leaderboard.

I’m not quite bullish enough to pull the trigger on an outright, but I think we could likely see some decent odds for a Top 20 if the books post them prior to the start of the second round.

Strokes Gained Data for All Players on Pebble Beach in Round 1

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