AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am: Tips and Analysis; Dates, Times and TV Schedule

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AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am: Tips and Analysis; Dates, Times and TV Schedule
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AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Info

  • Dates: Thursday-Saturday
  • Location: Pebble Beach Golf Links; Spyglass Hill Golf Course; Monterey Peninsula CC — Pebble Beach, California
  • Par: 73
  • Purse: $8 million

Favorites To Win

Odds are from DraftKings Sportsbook.

  • Patrick Cantlay +650
  • Daniel Berger +900
  • Jordan Spieth +1600
  • Jason Day +1800
  • Justin Rose +1800
  • Maverick McNealy +2200

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Tee Times

Tee Times Grouping
11:39 a.m. Hank Lebioda, Brendan Steele, Nick Taylor
11:50 a.m. Sam Burns, John Senden, Brian Gay
12:01 p.m.Brian Harman, Vaughn Taylor, Troy Merritt
12:12 p.m.Ryan Moore, Jim Furyk, Matthew NeSmith
12:23 p.m.Cameron Davis, Beau Hossler, Cameron Percy
12:34 p.m.Tom Lewis, Tim Wilkinson, Scott Stallings
12:45 p.m.Charley Hoffman, Jason Dufner, Akshay Bhatia
12:56 p.m.Kevin Streelman, Cameron Tringale, Henrik Norlander
1:07 p.m.Paul Casey, Max Homa, Will Gordon
1:18 p.m.Jason Day, Brian Stuard, Maverick McNealy
1:29 p.m.Russell Knox, Patrick Cantlay, Daniel Berger
1:40 p.m.Jordan Spieth, Nate Lashley, Tom Hoge
10th Tee
11:39 a.m.Doug Ghim, Chez Reavie, Vincent Whaley
11:50 a.m.Michael Thompson, Matt Jones, Chris Kirk
12:01 p.m.Scott Piercy, Sebastian Cappelen, Mark Hubbard
12:12 p.m.Branden Grace, Pat Perez, Kyle Stanley
12:23 p.m.Scott Brown, Josh Teater, Peter Uihlein
12:34 p.m.Rob Oppenheim, Ben Taylor, Bronson Burgoon
12:45 p.m.Francesco Molinari, Patton Kizzire, Wes Roach
12:56 p.m.C.T. Pan, Sung Kang, Joel Dahmen
1:07 p.m.Ryan Armour, Jhonattan Vegas, Andrew Putnam
1:18 p.m.Will Zalatoris, Scott Harrington
1:29 p.m.Zack Sucher, Joseph Bramlett

Pebble Beach Pro Am TV, Radio

All times ET.


  • TV: Golf Channel, 3-6 p.m.
  • Radio: SiriusXM, 1-6:30 p.m.
  • Stream: ESPN+, 10:30 a.m.-6 p.m.


  • TV: Golf Channel, 3-6 p.m.
  • Radio: SiriusXM, 1-6:30 p.m.
  • Stream: ESPN+, 10:30 a.m.-6 p.m.


  • TV: Golf Channel, 1-3 p.m.; CBS, 3-6 p.m
  • Radio: SiriusXM, 1-6:30 p.m.
  • Stream: ESPN+, 10:30 a.m.-6 p.m.


  • TV: Golf Channel, 1-3 p.m.; CBS, 3-6:30 p.m.
  • Radio: SiriusXM, 1-6:30 p.m.
  • Stream: ESPN+, 10:30 a.m.-6 p.m.

How the Pebble Beach Pro-Am Shapes Up

Last year, celebrities and amateurs were held out of last year’s AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-AM for the first time in 81 years because of COVID-19. But now both, along with the fans, will return for this weekend’s event.

The traditional format is returning, but the tournament will not see as many well-known professional golfers. Headlined by Patrick Cantlay (4) and Jordan Spieth (15), only 10 of the top 50 players will compete at Pebble Beach starting this week, making for some interesting golf betting opportunities.

The Official World Golf Ranking site highlights the weaker turnout. According to the site, the strength of field for the Pro-Am is 212, which is lower than the 392 in the 2018 event. By comparison, last week’s Farmers Insurance Open had a strength of field of 486. Previously, the weakest field this season was the 282 at the Sony Open.

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Format

The 156-player field will play three courses this week, including Spyglass Hill Golf Course, Monterey Peninsula Country Club and Pebble Beach Golf Links.

Both Spyglass and Pebble Beach will play as a par 72, with Pebble Beach at 6,972 yards and Spyglass at 7,041. Monterey is a par 71 playing at 6,957 yards. All courses have poa annua greens.

The traditional format is returning for 2022, with everyone playing each course before a 54-hole cut. After Saturday’s round, the top 60 and ties will play the final round at Pebble Beach.

Celebrities at This Week’s AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Celebrities taking part in the tournament make it one of the more unique events on the PGA Tour schedule. In 1937, Bing Crosby hosted the first National Pro-am Golf Championship at Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club in San Diego. Since then, celebrities have traveled to take part in the tournament.

This year’s celebrity field consists of a mix of athletes, musicians and other well-known people in various fields. Here is who will be taking part.

  • Josh Allen – Buffalo Bills quarterback
  • Canelo Alvarez – Boxer
  • Bret Baier – News anchor
  • Mookie Betts – Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder
  • Don Cheadle – Actor
  • Kira K. Dixon – Golf Channel reporter, former Miss America
  • Josh Duhamel – Actor
  • Scott Eastwood – Actor
  • Larry Fitzgerald – Former NFL wide receiver
  • Colt Ford – Musician
  • Macklemore – Musician
  • Mia Hamm – USA Soccer gold medalist
  • Thomas Keller – Chef
  • Charles Kelley – Musician
  • Huey Lewis – Musician
  • Michael Peña – Actor
  • Bill Murray – Actor
  • Lukas Nelson – Musician
  • Kathryn Newton – Actress
  • Chris O’Donnell - Actor
  • Jake Owen – Musician
  • Schoolboy Q – Musician
  • Alfonso Ribeiro – Actor
  • Ray Romano – Actor
  • Darius Rucker – Musician
  • Alex Smith – Former NFL quarterback
  • Clay Walker – Musician
  • Steve Young – NFL Hall of Fame quarterback

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Favorites

One can’t be faulted for going with the fourth-ranked player in a weak field. Cantlay is the reigning 2021 FedEx Cup Champion and Player of the Year on the PGA TOUR and has started 2022 with a fourth and a ninth-place finish. He finished third in last year’s event and is the favorite at DraftKings Sportsbook at +650.

Daniel Berger has the second-best odds at +900 and is the event's defending champion. He finished in a tie for fifth and a tie for 10th in his two previous starts at the event and has four top 20 finishes in his last four starts this season, taking 20th, fifth, seventh and eighth.

If bettors decide not to go with Cantlay or Berger, I expect Spieth (+1600) to draw plenty of betting interest given his popularity. But Spieth’s recent form hasn’t been great. He failed to finish at the Hero World Challenge in December, then was 21st in the 38-person Sentry Tournament of Champions before missing the cut at the Farmers. Despite his troubles, this is an event he’s had success at, recording five top 10s and eight top 25s.

Our Pick for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Since 2016, three longshots have won the Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Vaughn Taylor was victorious in 2016 as a 200/1 longshot, while Ted Potter (300/1) in 2018 and Nick Taylor (125/1) took first in 2020.

Without many of the top players taking part this weekend, I’m going with another longshot to win this year’s title. Pat Perez finished sixth at the Farmers for his best finish at the tournament since a tie for fourth in 2017. He had missed the cut in three tournaments before finishing two strokes back of winner Luke List.

“I’ve played so bad for so long,” Perez told the press after his final round. “To play great here on a very hard course, to hit the shots I needed to, to make the putts I needed to, especially in front of San Diego, which I love more than anything ... I didn’t win, but it felt like a win.”

Perez gained just over 10 strokes on the field at Torrey Pines with his approach and putting. Like this weekend’s courses, Torrey Pines features poa annua greens, which gives him a decent chance at duplicating his success around the greens.

Perez has had success here, finishing in the top 15 three times. At +8000 moneyline bet, he’s worth a shot in a weaker field.

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