PGA Tour picks: Three Pebble Beach Pro-Am tips
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PGA Tour picks: Three Pebble Beach Pro-Am tips

California’s stunning Monterey Peninsula is the focus for our PGA Tour picks this week as we study the odds for some AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am tips.

World number four Patrick Cantlay, who was third last year, is the clear favourite ahead of defending champion Daniel Berger.

The tournament is played over three courses – Pebble Beach itself, Spyglass Hill and Monterey Peninsula Country Club – with the professionals and their amateur partners playing a round at each before the cut is made ahead of a final round at Pebble.


Cantlay’s favouritism is well-deserved based on his performance last year and two top-10 finishes in two starts so far in 2022, but odds of 7.50 make little appeal in an event where being drawn on the wrong course in bad weather can have a major impact.

At almost three times the odds, event specialists Day and Jordan Spieth are available and Day just gets the nod for the first of our PGA Tour picks this week.

The former world number one was outside the top 100 at the start of the year but followed a respectable performance in The American Express with a tie for third in the Farmers Insurance Open last week, missing out on the play-off by a single shot.

Day’s tie for seventh last year was remarkably his worst result in the event in the last five seasons and also his best result of 2021, so fond memories should aid his bid for a first win since 2018.


Streelman is another player with impressively consistent form in the AT&T Pebble Beach pro-am and is the second of our PGA Tour picks at odds of 56.0.

Since 2016 Streelman has finished T17, T14, sixth, T7, second and 13th in this event and bounced back from a missed cut in his first start of the season with a tie for 39th last week.

Streelman is not among the game’s big hitters but all three courses used come in at under 7,000 yards to boost his chances.

PAT PEREZ TOP 10 @ 8.50

Perez is available at 91.0 in the outright market but, as an infrequent winner whose last PGA Tour title came in Malaysia in 2017, the 45-year-old has more appeal at odds of 8.50 to finish in the top 10.

It is 20 years since he threw away a sizeable lead in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am but he has been fourth and seventh in back-to-back years much more recently.

Perhaps more crucially he was also sixth in the Farmers Insurance Open after recovering from a slow start with rounds of 68, 67 and 68 and his first PGA Tour title came in a multi-course pro-am, so he makes the cut as the last of our PGA Tour picks this week.

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