The West Coast swing may be continuing at Pebble Beach this week, but this is more of a week off as it pertains to the top players on the PGA Tour.
Co-favorites Matt Fitzpatrick and Jordan Spieth (+1,000) are returning after a few weeks off, but aside from Viktor Hovland, this field doesn't otherwise have much firepower or star power to offer.
We break it all down in our AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am betting preview below, including outright odds, a breakdown of favorites, free golf picks, and more.
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AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am picks and predictions
Seamus Power Top 20 (+125 at DraftKings)
Unfinished business… that’s what Seamus Power must be thinking about this week. The Irish native held a five-shot, 36-hole lead this time last year but finished just T9 after rounds of 74 and 72 on the weekend.
And his form of late suggests he’s primed to make another run at it this week. He cruised through the Fall stretch with a win in Bermuda among three Top 5s and has gone T25 (Sentry TOC) and T20 (HSBC Championship) since the calendar flipped to 2023.
His putting and scrambling numbers are well up over last season, which is a great sign for an otherwise below-average ball-striker. He ranks ninth on Tour in strokes gained putting this season, up from 40th in 2021-22, and is up to 19th from 81st in strokes gained around the green.
Pair those improvements with his recent form and the fact he very well should have won this tournament a year ago and you end up with another week in the mix for the Irishman.
Russell Knox to finish 49th or better (-120 at bet365)
Russell Knox has finished inside the Top 50 in nine of his last 14 PGA Tour starts but the value of this play is much more specific to his track record at Pebble Beach.
This windy, coastal golf is where the Scot thrives the most and his results here bear that out. He’s finished 33rd or better in four of his last five tries here — a stretch that includes a T7 and two other Top 15s — and in six of his nine starts overall.
The field is light and I suspect Knox will clear this number with ease once again.
Live odds to win 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Open field and favorites
The draw for the annual Pebble Beach stop has decreased in recent years as many of the Tour's top dogs look to fit a week of rest in ahead of a crucial February stretch that includes the WM Phoenix Open and Genesis Invitational — both elevated events in the PGA Tour's new scheduling format.
With that said, this year's odds board features three guys a cut above the rest of the field: 2017 champion Jordan Spieth (+1,000), Matt Fitzpatrick (+1,000), and Viktor Hovland (+1,100). Spieth is making his first start on the West Coast swing, having not played since a missed cut at the Sony Open. Similarly, Fitz and Hovland haven't played since the Sentry.
The second tier features Seamus Power (+1,900), defending champion Tom Hoge (+2,000), and 2021 runner-up Maverick McNealy (+2,000). Beyond that, you'll be hard-pressed to find a household name teeing it up this week.