AT+T Pebble Beach Pro AM PGA Betting Picks & Tips

Brandt Snedeker is set to win the AT+T Pebble Beach Pro AM PGA

In Monterey California, the Pebble Beach Pro AM will take place this weekend. As the weather starts to turn warmer throughout the country, the golf heats up in the PGA Tour. The event will take place at three of the best golf courses in all of the United States. The defending champion of this event is Vaughn Taylor, with his -17 last season. Brandt Snedeker, Jimmy Walker and Phil Mickelson also have recent wins here.

Three of the most stunning courses will be on display this weekend. Pebble Beach of course is the main stay here. The course is just shy of 7,000 yards and is a Par 72. Spyglass Hill is 6,960 yards, but plays a tade easier than Pebble Beach. The third course is Monterey Peninsula, which is the easiest of the three to score on. Another sub 7000 yard course looks to be where most of the players can cash in. Let’s take a look at some of the field:

Dustin Johnson

Dustin Johnson is one of the best golfers in the world. D.J. has won this course two and has five top five finishes in this event. If there is a time for Johnson to break out in the 2017 season, this is the event to get him going. Johnson is listed at +800, along with Jordan Spieth, and are the favorites to win this event.

Justin Rose

Justin Rose is a name many will like, and has gotten off to a great start this season. Rose was the runner up at the Sony Open. This will be just the second time Rose has played in this event, as he finished sixth last season. Rose is +1200 to win the event.

Phil Mickelson

Phil Mickelson is another name we will have in the mix for any of the tournaments played. Finished 16th last week, but has four Top 25 finishes in a row. The lefthander comes into the event at +1800.

Brandt Snedeker

Brandt Snedeker has won this event two of the last four times. His current form and history is on his side. He comes in at +2000, which is pretty good odds for such a talented golfer. Look for him to be in the mix.

Daniel Berger

Daniel Berger is a wildcard this weekend. He is at +10000, but is in pretty good form right now. He finished seventh last week in Phoenix, Just 23 years old, Berger seems ripe to pick up a tournament win at some point. Especially at those odds.

Really looking forward to this event. This is one of our favorite non major events in all of the PGA Tour. In the end, for the odds give, we are going to go with Brandt Snedeker to win this event for the third time in six seasons. Enjoy the golf!