AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am: PGA Odds, Pick, Predictions, Dark Horses - 2/11/16
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am: Thursday, February, 11 2016 at 1:00 pm (Pebble Beach Golf Links)
The Line: -- Over/Under: See the Latest Odds
TV: GOLF, NBC
We made money last week by including Hideki Matsuyama in our picks to win the Phoenix Open with +2000 odds. Now we look ahead to the AT&T Pebble Beach National.
Here are some golfers to include on your card this week.
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Jimmy Walker - Jimmy Walker won at Pebble Beach back in 2014 and has four top-10 finishes on this course throughout his career. Walker has been solid this season with an eighth place finish at World Challenge, a 10th place finish at the Hyundai Tournament and a fourth place finish at the Farmers Insurance. Walker is 17th in birdie average and 37th in driving distance. When you combine Walker’s history on this course and his current form, you have to like his odds this week of +1700.
Brandt Snedeker - Brandt Snedeker has won the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am twice, including last season. Snedeker looks to join Jack Nicklaus and Johnny Miller as the players to win this course three times. Snedeker finished third at the Hyundai Tournament, second at the Sony Open and just won the Farmers Insurance Open. Snedeker is ninth in strokes gained putting and 12th in overall scoring average. You can do a lot worse with your money than throwing Snedeker a bone or two with odds of +800.
Kevin Na - If you’re looking for a bigger longshot, Kevin Na may be your guy with odds of +4000. Na had top-five finishes at Pebble Beach in 2012 and 2014, and he’s given you consistent top-five finishes overall which includes a third place finish at the CareerBuilder Challenge. Na is fourth in total strokes gained, second in scoring average and seventh in all around ranking. It’s really only a matter of time before Na gets his second PGA victory and first since 2011.
Patrick Reed - Another hefty player this week will be Patrick Reed with odds of +3500. Reed returns from some time off due to a banged up foot, and this may be the perfect course for a bounce back performance considering he has a couple of top-15 performances. Reed was also runner-up at the World Challenge and the Hyundai Tournament. Reed is 16th in total driving and eighth in total strokes gained. Here’s to Reed winning at least one PGA event for the fourth straight season and putting cash in our pocket.
Jordan Spieth - Does anybody remember the last time Jordan Spieth didn’t give himself a shot to win a tournament? At this point, Spieth is a lock to at least finish in the top-10 and that alone is worth the odds of +500. Spieth is first in birdie average, first in sand save percentage and third in all around ranking. Until Spieth returns to earth, you have to have some sort of money on him regardless of what the odds are.