Golf Betting Tips: PGA Tour's 2021 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am

Fancy a bet on the golf this week? Take a look at which players we will be betting on for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am on the PGA Tour this week.

Golf Betting Tips: PGA Tour's 2021 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am
Golf Betting Tips: PGA Tour's 2021 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am

The AT&T Pro-Am at Pebble Beach has always been a great event where fans can watch both their favourite players and celebrities tee it up in pairs. Many of the world's biggest stars have opted not to play in this year's tournament, with World No.1 Dustin Johnson pulling out after his victory at the Saudi International, so which players in the field are we backing to do well this week?

Patrick Cantlay leads the way with the bookies as the tournament favourite at 7/1 and after making a strong start to the year, the 28-year-old will be hopeful of picking up his fourth PGA Tour title at Pebble Beach this week.

The American finished T11 at last year's event and with three top 10 finishes in seven starts this season, his short price is understandable, but not one that we will be siding with.


Golf Betting Tips: PGA Tour's 2021 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am


It's the second favourite with the bookies who we are going with as our main selection for the AT&T Pro-Am this week in Daniel Berger at 14/1 with bet365.

It was at this point in the PGA Tour schedule last season that Berger enjoyed good form. He finished tied ninth at the Phoenix Open, tied fifth at the AT&T Pro-Am and tied fourth at the Honda Classic.

Despite missing the cut at the Phoenix Open last week, Berger had three consecutive top 10 finishes before he arrived at TPC Scottsdale. The 27-year-old is a reliable and consistent performer.

This stage of the season appeared to provide a spark for Berger last year, as he went on to win the Charles Schwab Challenge and achieve top-five finishes at the RBC Heritage and the FedEx St. Jude Invitational.

At a price of 14/1, Berger is a tempting bet and with his natural consistency and the AT&T Pro-Am could again be a point where his season sparks into life.



The British challenge could be provided by Paul Casey, who won the Omega Dubai Desert Classic in January for his 15th win on the European Tour.

The 43-year-old came tied 12th at the Saudi International last weekend and also finished tied eighth at the American Express in January.

The experienced Englishman is no stranger to Pebble Beach, Casey finished second behind Phil Mickelson at the AT&T Pro-Am in 2019 and tied eighth in 2018.

It is these performances that have kept Casey safely in the top 30 players in the world for a considerable amount of time.

You could argue that at 16/1, Casey is surely the bet to take this weekend, especially as he is more than double the price of the favourite.

Golf Betting Tips: PGA Tour's 2021 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am


Back from the Korn Ferry Tour this season, Will Zalatoris has finished tied seventh at the Farmers Insurance Open and tied 17th last week in Arizona.

Zalatoris has vastly improved this season, he is fourth in Strokes Gained from tee to green and also approaches to the green, this has contributed to having the sixth-best current scoring average on thr PGA Tour.

The 24-year old has no form of note at the AT&T Pro-Am, but he has four top 10 finishes in eight starts this season. For an improving player that is now ranked 53rd in the world, 18/1 is a nice price for Zalatoris and it wouldn’t be a surprise if we saw him towards the top of the leaderboard again.


A player that you shouldn’t ignore at a huge price of 66/1 is the defending champion Nick Taylor, who landed his first PGA Tour victory here in 6 years.

The Canadian finished 19-under par and four shots ahead of Kevin Streelman to win his first tour event since the Sanderson Farms Championship in 2014.

His win at Pebble Beach came amongst a series of poor finishes and Taylor has only managed one top 25 finish this season too.

However, in the last five seasons, Taylor has finished tied 28th, tied 10th and tied 30th at the AT&T Pro-Am, as well as his victory in 2020.

He has been a consistent performer at this event and is definitely worth considering for an Each Way bet at such a big price.





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