Last Updated on February 9, 2021


Welcome to Pebble Beach week! It is the 2021 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am, which is one of the most fun tournaments to watch with all the big names playing on one of the best courses in the entire world. This week takes place in California, and it will be one for the ages as far as golf betting goes. Dustin Johnson is the early favorite at +400, but there are plenty of longshots that look to follow last year’s winner in Nick Taylor (150:1). Here’s a look at a course preview, odds for the event, how to bet on golf, and more.

 

 

2021 Pebble Beach Pro Am Date and Time Info

The PGA Tour heads back to California this week for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am. Here’s the details for this week’s event, featuring a great field at a fun course.

Where: Pebble Beach Golf Links, Pebble Beach, CA
When: Thursday, February 11th to Sunday, February 14th, 2021
Watch: CBS, Golf Channel, PGA Tour Live
Radio: SiriusXM
Purse: $7,800,000

 

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am Course Preview – Pebble Beach Golf Links

What a course. That is all to say about Pebble Beach, as one of the more prestigious golf courses in California. For a well-publicized event, it does not get much better than Pebble Beach Golf Links. Hole one starts with a dogleg, and the 18th hole finishes up on a seaside Par 5. Pebble Beach Golf Links is rated as the number one public course in the US, and has hosted plenty of PGA tournaments.

  • Par 72
  • Plays at 6800 yards
  • Unanimous #1 course in the country
  • Opened in 1929

 

Odds to Win 2021 Pebble Beach Pro Am

The odds for the 2021 Pebble Beach Pro Am have been released, and there is a familiar name at the top. Dustin Johnson is the favorite at +400, and he has one of the better opening prices that we’ve seen in a long time which makes him a heavy favorite. Here is a look at the top 10 in terms of betting odds for this week’s event, but for full odds you can find them at various legal sportsbooks.

Golfer Odds to Win Pebble Beach Pro AM
Dustin Johnson +400
Patrick Cantlay +1000
Daniel Berger +2000
Paul Casey +2000
Will Zalatoris +2800
Jason Day +3000
Jordan Spieth +3000
Francesco Molinari +3300
Si Woo Kim +3500
Sam Burns +5000

For complete odds of every golfer, check out DraftKings Sportsbook.

 

How to Bet on the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am

There are many ways to bet on golf, but the key betting market is without a doubt betting on outright winners. This is a very important point, as the prices will vary at different legal sportsbooks for golfers to win an event outright. For example, Dustin Johnson may be +400 on one book, but +500 on another book. That is a massive swing, and will help you to have a higher chance of being profitable long term as a bettor. In addition for golf betting, some sportsbooks have different markets including matchups, top 10, top 20, and other props. Here’s a look at two of the better books to wager on the PGA.

 

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Betting Picks for the 2021 Pebble Beach Pro Am

When it comes to betting on golf, the Pebble Beach Pro Am is one of the better events of the season. With low scores, great weather and a fun course it’s always one of the more popular events. For the 2021 Pro Am, there is a terrific field which makes for quite the selection of golfers as far as betting is concerned. Here’s a look at our picks, fresh off a 55:1 hit with Brooks Koepka at last week’s Waste Management Open.

Outright Winners

  • Will Zalatoris (+2800)
  • Daniel Berger (+2000)
  • Dustin Johnson (+400)

 

Who is in the field for the 2021 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am?

The field for a Pro-Am event is always a deep one, but this is quite the attractive field for PGA bettors. Here’s a look at the official field for this week’s AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am event in California.

Golfer
Mark Anderson
Kiradech Aphibarnrat
Ryan Armour
Aaron Baddeley
Chris Baker
Daniel Berger
Akshay Bhatia
Ryan Blaum
Dominic Bozzelli
Joseph Bramlett
Ryan Brehm
Scott Brown
Bronson Burgoon
Sam Burns
Rafa Cabrera Bello
Rafael Campos
Patrick Cantlay
Sebastian Cappelen
Paul Casey
Kevin Chappell
K.J. Choi
Stewart Cink
Wyndham Clark
Austin Cook
Joel Dahmen
John Daly
Cameron Davis
Jason Day
Luke Donald
Jason Dufner
Tyler Duncan
David Duval
Matt Every
Rickie Fowler
Jim Furyk
Brice Garnett
Brian Gay
Michael Gellerman
Doug Ghim
Rhein Gibson
Michael Gligic
Matt Gogel
Fabián Gómez
Will Gordon
Branden Grace
Bill Haas
Chesson Hadley
Brandon Hagy
James Hahn
Kevin Hall
Brian Harman
Padraig Harrington
Scott Harrington
David Hearn
Jim Herman
Kramer Hickok
Harry Higgs
Bo Hoag
Charley Hoffman
Tom Hoge
J.B. Holmes
Max Homa
Beau Hossler
Mark Hubbard
Dustin Johnson
Kamaiu Johnson
Matt Jones
Sung Kang
Michael Kim
Si Woo Kim
Chris Kirk
Patton Kizzire
Jim Knous
Russell Knox
Satoshi Kodaira
Kelly Kraft
Matt Kuchar
Andrew Landry
Nate Lashley
Hank Lebioda
Nelson Ledesma
Kyoung-Hoon Lee
Min Woo Lee
Tom Lehman
Tom Lewis
Adam Long
Hunter Mahan
Peter Malnati
Ben Martin
Denny McCarthy
Tyler McCumber
William McGirt
Maverick McNealy
Troy Merritt
Phil Mickelson
Keith Mitchell
Francesco Molinari
Ryan Moore
Grayson Murray
Matthew NeSmith
Seung-Yul Noh
Alex Noren
Henrik Norlander
Sean O’Hair
Andy Ogletree
Rob Oppenheim
C.T. Pan
Cameron Percy
Pat Perez
Scott Piercy
Kenny Pigman
D.A. Points
Ted Potter Jr
Seamus Power
Andrew Putnam
Chez Reavie
Davis Riley
Wes Roach
Patrick Rodgers
Sam Ryder
Rory Sabbatini
Adam Schenk
Chase Seiffert
John Senden
Roger Sloan
Brandt Snedeker
J.J. Spaun
Jordan Spieth
Kevin Stadler
Scott Stallings
Kyle Stanley
Brendan Steele
Shawn Stefani
Kevin Streelman
Brian Stuard
Zack Sucher
Ben Taylor
Nick Taylor
Vaughn Taylor
Josh Teater
Michael Thompson
D.J. Trahan
Martin Trainer
Cameron Tringale
Peter Uihlein
Bo Van Pelt
Harold Varner III
Jhonattan Vegas
Kristoffer Ventura
Johnson Wagner
Jimmy Walker
Nick Watney
Vincent Whaley
Tim Wilkinson
Will Zalatoris
Xinjun Zhang

 

Pebble Beach Pro Am Betting History

Pebble Beach is one of the more famous courses in golf, and is one of the more fun PGA events to watch as it is a Pro-Am tournament. For last year’s event, here is a look at the top five in terms of odds to win. A long shot won the tournament, and bettors returned a huge payout if they wagered on him.

  • Dustin Johnson (+600)
  • Patrick Cantlay (+1000)
  • Jason Day (+1800)
  • Paul Casey (+2000)
  • Brandt Snedeker (+2200)

Last year’s winner was Nick Taylor, whose odds were +15000. That is massive return for a golf bettor. If someone wagered $10, they would have returned $1500. If someone wagered $100, they would have returned $15000. Who will win this year?

 

 

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am FAQ

Who is the betting favorite to win the 2021 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am?

The favorite to win the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am is Dustin Johnson at +400.

Who won the 2020 Pebble Beach Pro Am?

The winner of the 2020 event was Nick Taylor, whose odds were 150:1.

Can I bet on the Pebble Beach Pro Am?

Yes. With the PGA being a part of legal sports betting in states that permit, you can legally wager on the Pebble Beach Pro Am and all PGA events.

Will there be fans at the Pebble Beach Pro Am?

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, there will not be fans at the 2020 Pebble Beach Pro Am.

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