We’re absolutely delighted to announce that we have signed up renowned golf tipster Jamie Worsley to do all our golf previews moving forward. His full preview and tips for the PGA Tour, DP World Tour and LPGA Tour will be out on Tuesday’s and as an added extra, we have had a look at the early odds for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
Thursday afternoon sees the start of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, which is always one of the highlights of the golfing season.
156 players line up in an attempt to win the $1.62m first prize. There are also 156 amateur players taking part including newly retired Welsh footballer Gareth Bale.
Leading the field is 2017 champion Jordan Spieth…
All prices 1/4 odds 5 places
Jordan Spieth 17/2
29-year-old three time major winner, Jordan Spieth looks a worthy favourite, having not only won here before but generally being in contention every time he plays here.
His results here read: 2nd, T3rd, T9th, T45th, T20th, W, T21th, T7th, T4th, T22nd.
Looking at that record, the 17/2 might represent some value…
Matt Fitzpatrick 9/1
The US Open Champion is back in action for the first time since the Tournament of Champions at Kapalua.
His first three results this season read T13, T13th and T7th, showing the Englishman is still in wonderful form.
Fitzy finished T6th at Pebble last year, showing a fondness for this beautiful course.
Viktor Hovland 10/1
Hovland is another who hasn’t lined up since Hawaii but he’s 5/5 for the season with a win at the Hero World Challenge and no worse than T21st in the other four.
The 25-year-old Norwegian is a seven time winner and was T38th on his only appearance here before.
Maverick McNealy 18/1
Another Pebble Beach form horse, McNealy has finished top five, including a runner up in two of the three times he’s played here.
The 27-year-old looks primed to pick up his first Tour win here this week, after an extremely solid opening to his 2023 season.
The Stanford graduate has seven straight made cuts with a worst finish of T31 and three top tens.
Tom Hoge 18/1
The defending champion looks to become the first back-to-back champion since 2009/10.
Pebble Beach was Hoge’s first ever Tour win and he’s carried that form into this season, with 7/9 made cuts, with two top 5’s and five top 15’s.
Seamus Power 25/1
Another man bang in form, the Irishman picked up his second Tour win at the Bermuda Championship in October and followed that with back-to-back top 5’s at Mayakoba and Sea Island.
The 35-year-old showed his game is in good touch recently too, finishing Top 25 at both Hawaii and Abu Dhabi.
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