Josh Allen, Mookie Betts & All Celebrity Pairings & Odds in the 2022 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
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The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am has been around for over 80 years and attracts multiple celebrities each year. This year is no different.
The event is played on one of the most famous courses in the world, Pebble Beach Golf Links. Players currently compete on three different courses for the event: Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill Golf Course and Monterrey Penninsula Country Club.
The field consists of 156 professionals and 156 amateurs. It features plenty of stars on the amateur side of the field.
Despite that, the field from the professional side is poor. There is only one player in the field from the top 10 in OWGR (Patrick Cantlay) and only two more in the top 20 (Daniel Berger and Jordan Spieth).
There is no betting on the amateur portion of the tournament, only the professional stroke play event. But the amateurs make it more interesting for the viewer nonetheless.
Notable pairings for the 2022 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
Pro player’s DraftKings odds to win are in parentheses
Josh Allen and Keith Mitchell (100/1)
Allen skipped the Pro Bowl to play in this event. Who could blame him? He’s been getting into golf over the last few years but hasn’t played much under the public eye.
Canelo Alvarez and Wyndham Clark (110/1)
The World Champion boxer is a self-described golf addict and has said that he practices golf every single day. He finished T35 at last year’s American Century Championship which is the Masters of celebrity golf.
Mookie Betts and J.J. Spaun (130/1)
Betts will be playing in this event for the first time. The five-time MLB All-Star already tried his hand at professional bowling and his golf swing doesn’t look bad either.
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Don Cheadle and Ryan Moore (200/1)
Cheadle is a veteran of the celebrity golf scene. He’s made no secret of his love for the sport and he’s reportedly played as low as a 5-handicap.
Josh Duhamel and Charley Hoffman (60/1)
The famous actor has played in the Pebble Beach Pro-Am many times, finishing as high as third. He’s also been involved as an ambassador for the 3M Open nearby his home state of North Dakota.
Larry Fitzgerald and Kevin Streelman (40/1)
Fitzgerald is a two-time winner of this event and there’s no doubt his golf game has only been improving since he retired from an excellent NFL career. If there were odds for the amateur side, these two would be towards the top.
Macklemore and Lanto Griffin (45/1)
Macklemore is also a self-proclaimed golf nut. He even launched his own golf apparel line. The Grammy winner’s handicap is around a 10.
Mia Hamm and Peter Uihlein (200/1)
The former soccer star has been playing the game of golf since age 12 and has really gotten into it since she retired from soccer. As North Carolina alums, she plays a lot of golf with Michael Jordan.
Bill Murray and D.A. Points (500/1)
Murray is another name that is always playing in the various celebrity golf tournaments although you won’t find him winning one very often.
Jake Owen and Jordan Spieth (16/1)
Owen might spend more time playing golf than making music. He is very good friends with Jordan Spieth and they play golf with each other often. The country music star is around a 3 handicap.
ScHoolboy Q and Daniel Berger (9/1)
ScHoolboy is a regular at his home golf course Calabasas Golf Club. The rapper likes to play golf with Tony Finau and Rickie Fowler.
Alfonso Ribeiro and Brian Gay (200/1)
Ribeiro is a veteran of the celebrity circuit. He plays in just about every event he can get himself into. ‘Carlton’ from Full House finished T25 in the 2021 American Century Championship.
Condoleezza Rice and Brandon Wu (250/1)
Rice has made no qualms about her love for the game. The former U.S. Secretary of State was admitted as the first woman and black woman member at Augusta National. This is a fun pairing of two Stanford alums.
Ray Romano and Sung Kang (400/1)
The comedian is always at these sorts of events but it would be a major surprise to see him contending. Romano’s handicap is around 14-to-17 and he’s not broken 80 yet.
Darius Rucker and Chris Stroud (500/1)
Rucker is an official formal ambassador for the PGA Tour and plays a ton of golf in his home state of South Carolina. The country music star is reportedly around a 4 handicap.
Alex Smith and Mackenzie Hughes (50/1)
Smith has been playing in these types of events for years. Now that he’s recently retired, the former quarterback has had plenty of time to work on his golf game.
Steve Young and Mark Baldwin (500/1)
The famous lefty quarterback plays golf righty. He might want to try lefty as his golf game isn’t quite up to snuff. Young is around a 14-handicap and finished 60th out of 87 at the American Century Championship.