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Nigel Seeley’s three from the tee for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Leigh Copson 5 Feb 2019
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AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am betting tips for this week. Read on for our expert tips for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am taking place at Scottdale's Stadium Course in Pebble Beach, California.

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AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am


After last weeks "People's Championships" at the Waste Management Phoenix Open we head to another fans favourite on Thursday with the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am played over four spectacular courses in the Monterey Peninsula.

It's not a surprise that the in-form golfer in the World Dustin Johnson is the tournament favourite and his current form and his record at Pebble Beach almost made him the main tip, but odds of just 11/2 in a 166 man field and the fact he's had to make the long journey from Saudi Arabia made me swerve DJ, which could be an expensive error.

Johnson, is certainly the man to beat with two wins at this event in 2009 and 2010 and with SEVEN top five finishes in his last 11 starts. His current form is rather impressive as well, winning last week in Saudi Arabia, but at the odds he represents very little value.

Jason Day is the next in the betting at 10/1 and he is seeing some steady support in the early betting flurries.

The Australian though has never won this event, but has come very close with six top six finishes in his last nine starts and will put in his usual decent showing, but he's another that looks too short in the bookies lists.

Three From The Tee


Jordan Spieth @ 22/1 bet365
* Odds correct at 12:06 GMT on 5/2/2019

Jordan Spieth. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)


One man who stands out in the betting this week is JORDAN SPIETH who looks fantastic value at the general 22/1.

With all of Spieth's natural ability I am amazed that he's almost three times the price of Day to win this week, and that doesn't make much sense to me.

Spieth, unlike Day had won this event as recent as 2017 and in his six career starts he's faired no worse than 22nd at Pebble Beach, which given his talent and his course form make the prices on offer stand out value.

The three time major winner has had problems with his putting over the last few months but at Torrey Pines in his last start he ranked second in putting in greens in regulation and despite his poor form in the new season I am going to give him a chance to come good and get his game nicely in tune for the US Masters in two months’ time.


Chez Reavie @ 33/1 Ladbrokes

Chez Reavie. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)


Last year CHEZ REAVIE was runner-up at Pebble Beach and given the start that the 37 year-old has made to the new season he looks primed to put in another decent showing at a venue that holds happy memories, for a man who has surprisingly only won once on the PGA Tour 11 years ago at the Canadian Open.

Last week at the Phoenix Open Reavie finished in fourth place with a fantastic couple of rounds of 64 and 68 to close the week, at the Desert Classic the week previous he carded four sub 70 rounds for a share of 28 and in Hawaii at the Sony Open he finished in third after four superb rounds of golf yet again. Another Tour win for Reavie isn't that far away and at a venue he enjoys playing and in some great form odds of 33/1, which are with most bookies might look very big on Sunday evening.

Pat Perez @ 125/1 bet365
* Odds correct at 12:06 GMT on 5/2/2019

Pat Perez. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)


The final pick this week is PAT PEREZ at a monster 125/1 with a number of firms.

Perez likes this event having made the top 15 in three of the last five years, in the last few weeks he hasn't played well missing the cut at both the Farmers Insurance and the Sony Open , but in the weeks prior to that recent blip he looked good with a 11th finish at the QBE Shootout, a sixth finish at the Mayakoba Classic and a seventh spot at the CJ Cup and if he can replicate that form at a venue he enjoys playing , then he's worth a small each-way interest at a very nice price.


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