Golf Betting Tips: AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and Ras al Khaimah Championship

Golf Betting Tips: GolfMagic Editor Andy Roberts is looking for a third consecutive winning pick on the DP World Tour and PGA Tour this week. 

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Wed, 1 Feb 2023
Golf Betting Tips: AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and Ras al Khaimah Championship

GolfMagic Editor Andy Roberts is going in search of a third consecutive winning pick on the PGA Tour and DP World Tour this week following successful tips on Jon Rahm (The American Express) and Rory McIlroy (Dubai Desert Classic). 

This week's action sees the DP World Tour welcome the Ras al Khaimah Championship at Al Hamra GC and the PGA Tour host its iconic AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am at famed Pebble Beach.

The latter features a number of celebrity guests including football legend Gareth Bale. 

Here's the full list of celebrities at Pebble Beach

As always with our weekly golf betting tips, Andy and Matt get two selections in each tournament. 

Andy this week likes an in-form New Zealander and a rising Italian superstar on the DP World Tour, as well as the reigning US Open champion and an in-form Irishman over on the PGA Tour. 

GolfMagic Tour Writer Matt Chivers also agrees with two of Andy's four selections. 

Let's dive in to the picks... 


Golf Betting Tips: PGA Tour and DP World Tour

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Picks

Andy, Editor

#1 Matt Fitzpatrick (9/1) - the reigning US Open starts joint tournament favourite at Pebble Beach where he finished T6 last year; he arrives here in some solid form too having gone 13-5-13-7 in his last four starts around the world; he's also the highest ranked player in the field at World No.10. 

#2 Seamus Power (25/1) - the in-form Irishman has already won on the PGA Tour this season in tricky conditions in Bermuda, and the weather is likely to be similar at Pebble Beach this week; Power currently ranks fifth in the FedEx Cup thanks to his second career win and having not finished worse than 25th in his last five starts; he already has one eye on a first Ryder Cup appearance and a win this week would all-but cement that.

Matt, Tour Writer

#1 Jordan Spieth (9/1) - while I respect the chances of Fitzpatrick, I'm going to side with the other tournament favourite Spieth, who won this tournament 2017 and finished second 12 months ago; we've not really seen the best of Spieth for a while but I fancy him to get going this week in what is a fairly weakened PGA Tour field; on his day he is the class horse in this race. 

#2 Seamus Power (25/1) - as Andy has already mentioned, Power has been in terrific form of late and he does quite fancy himself as a bit of an expert in the wind; he's quickly turning into a very consistent performer now at 28th in the OWGR and I can see him going very close; the odds are just too big for him this week, testament to both Andy and I picking him. 

Ras al Khaimah Championship Picks:

Andy, Editor

#1 Ryan Fox (20/1) - Fox looks a huge price this week in what is a fairly weak DP World Tour field; the New Zealander knows the country well having won there last year and he has just come off the best year of his career so far having finished second behind McIlroy in the Race to Dubai; he's also the highest ranked player in the field this week. 

#2 Guido Migliozzi (40/1) - the rising Italian superstar, who hit the shot of the season on the final hole en route to victory at the Open de France last year, looks cracking each-way value this week; he's got a debut Ryder Cup spot firmly on his mind, especially with it being on home soil later this September; he did miss the cut last week in Dubai but I'm expecting him to bounce back here; the three-time winner should soon make it four. 

Matt, Tour Writer

#1 Ryan Fox (20/1) - completely agree with Andy's comments above; he looks the standout price; I backed him the other week and I'm going to roll the dice with him again; this is a weak field in all fairness and if the Fox of last year turns up then he's the man to beat for me. 

#2 Richard Mansell (40/1) - the rising English star was in contention for a maiden DP World Tour title plenty of times last year and I fully expect him to breakthrough in 2023; he finished tied 35th here last year but he can use that experience to good use this week, now as a vastly improved player; at the prices, he looks a great each-way play. 

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