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Trent Pruitt dives into the 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, breaking down the format, courses involved, and where the best value lies from a betting standpoint.

2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Betting Preview, Field, and Picks

The young PGA season continues this weekend, stopping at the Monterey Peninsula for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Since the WMO Phoenix Open is next weekend, we don’t have a star-studded lineup; however, that opens the door for some unlikely candidates who may find themselves in contention on Sunday. 

Let’s get into the tournament details and check out the field. 

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One of the many unique twists of this weekend’s event is that the tournament will be played on three separate courses over the four days of action. Here are the specs for each course.

Pebble Beach Golf Links: Par 72, 6,972 yards

Spyglass Hill Golf Course: Par 72, 7,041 yards

Monterey Peninsula Country Club Shore Course: Par 71, 6,957 yards

The pro-am duos will rotate across the three courses over the first three days, with the top 25 pairings advancing to Sunday’s action. On the professional side, the cut is the top 60 players and ties after 54 holes. The final day will see competitors play Pebble Beach GL for a second time. 

Winners at Pebble Beach over the last seven years have scored in the -17 to -19 range, with Brandt Snedeker holding the record at -22 in 2015. With the courses being so short, it neutralizes the advantage that powerful drivers typically have. The key this weekend lies with the short approach and wedge play as golfers must work with below-average-sized greens.


$9,000,000 is at stake on the Monterey Peninsula this weekend, with the winner taking home $1,620,000. The top pro-am pair will receive bragging rights for the year. 


You’ll likely find Jordan Spieth amongst the betting favorites, along with other big names in Viktor Hovland and Matthew Fitzpatrick. Spieth won the event back in 2017 and finished two strokes off the pace of Tom Hoge in last year’s tournament. Hoge will also be competing this weekend. 

Spieth and Hoge will look to join 13 other multi-winners at Pebble Beach. The most recent multi-winner was Brandt Snedeker (2013, 2015), while Mark O’Meara and Phil Mickelson lead the way with five victories apiece. 


Matthew Fitzpatrick is coming off of a breakout year on the Tour, winning the U.S. Open in June and adding four other top-five performances during the campaign. Most recently, the 28-year-old competed at the Sentry Tournament of Champions in Hawaii and finished T7. He entered Sunday tied for second but ultimately couldn’t muster up a comeback. 

Course experience is always a huge plus, and Fitzpatrick seems to be comfortable playing on the peninsula. The Englishman finished T6 at last year’s pro-am, posting a score of -14 over the four days. Fitzpatrick’s career is definitely trending in the right direction, and I think he’ll find himself in the thick of things on Sunday against a below-average field. Look for him to take the next step forward at Pebble Beach and secure an early-season victory. 


Pick: Matthew Fitzpatrick To Win Outright (+900) Bet $100 to collect $1,000 Get the best odds at BetRivers, click here to bet


156 professionals will make their way to Pebble Beach this weekend and with a lack of top talent competing, this tournament is wide open. Check out the betting odds for the top 20 players.

PlayerOdds to Win Outright
Jordan Spieth+900
Matthew Fitzpatrick+900
Viktor Hovland+1100
Maverick McNealy+2000
Tom Hoge+2000
Justin Rose+2500
Andrew Putnam+2800
Keith Mitchell+2800
Seamus Power+2800
Alex Smalley+3300
Matt Kuchar+3300
Taylor Moore+3300
Thomas Detry+3300
Denny McCarthy+4000
Joel Dahmen+4000
Taylor Pendrith+4000
Dean Burmester+5000
Nick Hardy+5000
Ben Griffin+5500
Brendon Todd+5500

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Trent is a Chicago native who has been an avid sports fan since he could walk. He played sports throughout his youth and played collegiate rugby at Arizona State University. Trent still resides in Arizona, where he spends his days covering sports from a sports betting perspective. He fell in love with the analytical side of sports in his late teens and has been following the sports betting industry for 10+ years now! You can follow him on Twitter and Instagram for all of his sports betting picks at @Trentbets.

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