2019 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Odds, Preview & Picks

2019 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Odds, Preview & Picks

Written by on February 6, 2019

With the 2019 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am set to get underway on Thursday, February 7, 2019, live from Pebble Beach Golf Links in Pebble Beach, Florida, now is a perfect time to take a look at the odds to win this year’s fun-filled event and the golfers that could bring home the bacon at what is annually one of the most highly-anticipated events on the PGA Tour schedule.

This year’s lineup of amateurs features the likes of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, country music star Toby Keith, and Academy Award nominee Andy Garcia. Current World No. 3 Dustin Johnson is the prohibitive favorite at 6-1 odds while World No. 12 Jason Day is the second pick on the board. World No. 21 Jordan Spieth is third on the board at 20-1 odds while World No. 14 Tommy Fleetwood is next at 25-1 odds. Rounding out the top five favorites is World No. 20 Matt Kuchar.

Now, let’s find out who the most likely winners are this year, along with the latest golf odds for each player.

2019 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Odds, Preview & Picks

Event Info

  • When: Thursday, February 7, 2019
  • Where: Pebble Beach Golf Links,Pebble Beach, Florida
  • TV: GolfTV
  • Live Stream: Golf.tv

Odds to Win 2019 Pebble Beach Pro-Am

  • Dustin Johnson 6-1
  • Jason Day 10-1
  • Jordan Spieth 20-1
  • Tommy Fleetwood 25-1
  • Matt Kuchar 25-1
  • Tony Finau 25-1
  • Chez Reavie 25-1
  • Patrick Cantlay 25-1
  • Phil Mickelson 28-1
  • Patrick Reed 28-1
  • Adam Scott 28-1
  • Branden Grace 33-1
  • Paul Casey 33-1

Dustin Johnson

The former World No. 1 picked up a big win last week in Saudi Arabia and he’s a two-time champion of this tournament and second only to Jordan Spieth in scoring average over the last five years. Johnson has finished no worse than fifth in seven of his last 10 appearances at Pebble Beach. Johnson is paired with Wayne Gretzky.

Jason Day

Not only is Jason Day well-rested after taking last week off, but the former World No. 1 has also finished inside the Top 11 at Pebble Beach in each of the last four years.

Jordan Spieth

The talented Spieth might be another golfer that was prematurely represented as the heir to Tiger Woods’ now, legendary dominance, but the 25-year-old won this event in 2017 and has never finished worse than T22 in six appearances.

Tommy Fleetwood

Fleetwood is coming off a solid T16 in Dubai two weeks ago. Fleetwood has been one of the hottest golfers on the planet and could surprise in his debut appearance at Pebble Beach.

Matt Kuchar

Kuchar is looking good heading into this event, seeing as how he’s already won the Mayakoba Golf Classic in November before claiming the Sony Open title on January 6. In five events on the 2018-19 schedule, the 40-year-old Kuchar has three Top 10 finishes and the aforementioned pair of wins.

Tony Finau

Believe it or not, Tony Finau has the most top 10s on the PGA Tour without a win since the start of the 2016-17 season. Finau is definitely due for a win, no doubt!

Brandt Snedeker

Since 2013, Snedeker has a pair of wins here, one fourth place finish and one T20 and that means he’ll contend.

Ho Sung Choi

If you don’t know who Ho Sung Choi is, then you should get familiar with the 194th-ranked player in the world. Why? Because he’s the most ‘fun’ player to watch in all of golf these days with a swing that every amateur golfer across the globe can relate to, even if his unique stroke is far from amateurish.

As a matter of fact, Choi is so widely popular that Aaron Rodgers tweeted over a month ago about his desire to play with the Japanese sensation.

For his part, Choi explained his now, widely-popular body gyrations to an admiring throng of reporters recently.

“I know sometimes after I’ve hit the ball I sometimes will the ball to go in the hole and in my mind, I feel like that helps the ball go in the hole,” said Choi, who has won twice on the Japan Golf Tour and is ranked 194th in the world. “And I feel like in my mind the way I move my body, sometimes it feels like I have a remote control that wills the ball to go in the hole, so I’m going to keep doing that.”