Odds To Win The ATT Pebble Beach Pro Am – 2014

One of three favorites for the AT&T Pebble Beach is two-time (2009,2010) winner Dustin Johnson. Johnson also held the US Open lead at Pebble Beach in 2010, before collapsing with a final round 82 (a 76 would have been good enough to win). In spite of some spectacular crashes in Majors, Johnson is an enormous talent, who has won eight times on tour since 2008. His most recent was the WGC-HSBC Champions last fall. Johnson is in at 12/1.

Jason Day has been one of the best players on the planet the last couple of years, but has gone largely unnoticed because his record has largely been one of near-misses. He won the Byron Nelson in 2010, but since has collected: a t2 and 3rd at the Masters, a pair of t2 at the US Open and a t8 at the PGA Championship. He has a pair of sixth place finishes at Pebble Beach.  That also has him in at 12/1.

Phil Mickelson, who has won four times, is the third in the 12/1 club. It is hard to bet against a four time winner, especially one who continues to play at the top of his game.

Hmmm. Has Tiger been back to Pebble Beach since he lost in the Sunday showdown with Phil in 2012?

Hunter Mahan is another player who always seems on the verge of a breakout, Major winning season. With top-16 finishes in last three trips to Pebble Beach, including a solo second in 2011, the punters have him at 16/1.

I find it hard to believe that last year’s winner, Brandt Snedeker is just at 25/1.

One thing’s for certain: none of the amateur, camera hogging “celebrities” will finish in the top 50.

The remainder of the odds to win the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am is below.

Player Odds
Dustin Johnson 12/1
Jason Day 12/1
Phil Mickelson 12/1
Hunter Mahan 16/1
Jimmy Walker 22/1
Jordan Spieth 22/1
Brandt Snedeker 25/1
Chris Kirk 33/1
Graeme McDowell 33/1
Jim Furyk 33/1
Kevin Stadler 40/1
Nick Watney 40/1
Pat Perez 40/1
Patrick Reed 40/1
Ryan Palmer 40/1
Jason Kokrak 50/1
Kevin Na 50/1
Matt Every 50/1
Matt Jones 50/1
Rafael Cabrera -Bello 50/1
Brendan Steele 55/1
Charley Hoffman 55/1
Brendon Todd 66/1
Bryce Molder 66/1
K.J. Choi 66/1
Spencer Levin 66/1
Aaron Baddeley 80/1
Padraig Harrington 80/1
Robert Garrigus 80/1
Russell Knox 80/1
Will Mackenzie 80/1
Bo Van Pelt 100/1
Charlie Wi 100/1
Fredrik Jacobson 100/1
Jerry Kelly 100/1
John Mallinger 100/1
John Senden 100/1
Kevin Chappell 100/1
Retief Goosen 100/1
Roberto Castro 100/1
Scott Piercy 100/1
Seung-yul Noh 100/1
Victor Dubuisson 100/1
Brian Gay 125/1
Cameron Tringale 125/1
D.A. Points 125/1
Greg Chalmers 125/1
J.B. Holmes 125/1
Justin Hicks 125/1
Kiradech Aphibarnrat 125/1
Michael Thompson 125/1
Rory Sabbatini 125/1
Sang Moon Bae 125/1
Vijay Singh 125/1
William Mcgirt 125/1
Geoff Ogilvy 150/1
Hudson Swafford 150/1
James Driscoll 150/1
James Hahn 150/1
Jason Bohn 150/1
John Huh 150/1
John Peterson 150/1
Josh Teater 150/1
Justin Thomas 150/1
Ken Duke 150/1
Kyle Stanley 150/1
Richard Lee 150/1
Ricky Barnes 150/1
Scott Brown 150/1
Scott Langley 150/1
Sean O’Hair 150/1
Trevor Immelman 150/1
Chad Campbell 175/1
Davis Love III 175/1
Andres Romero 200/1
Brad Fritsch 200/1
Brian Davis 200/1
Brian Harman 200/1
Chad Collins 200/1
Daniel Summerhays 200/1
Greg Owen 200/1
Mark Wilson 200/1
Russell Henley 200/1
Stuart Appleby 200/1
Ben Martin 250/1
George Mcneill 250/1
Heath Slocum 250/1
J.J. Henry 250/1
Jamie Lovemark 250/1
Kevin Kisner 250/1
Lucas Glover 250/1
Martin Flores 250/1
Matt Bettencourt 250/1
Max Homa 250/1
Michael Putnam 250/1
Nicholas Thompson 250/1
Paul McGinley 250/1
Peter Malnati 250/1
Robert Streb 250/1
Rod Pampling 250/1
Steven Bowditch 250/1
Tommy Gainey 250/1
Tyrone Van-Aswegen 250/1
Will Wilcox 250/1
Alex Prugh 300/1
Briny Baird 300/1
Bud Cauley 300/1
Charlie Beljan 300/1
Chesson Hadley 300/1
D.H. Lee 300/1
Jim Herman 300/1
Joe Durant 300/1
Joe Ogilvie 300/1
John Daly 300/1
Tag Ridings 300/1
Ted Potter Jr. 300/1
Troy Matteson 300/1
Ben Kohles 400/1
Blake Adams 400/1
Brice Garnett 400/1
Chris WIlliams 400/1
Danny Lee 400/1
Dicky Pride 400/1
Jeff Maggert 400/1
Tim Wilkinson 400/1
Andrew Svoboda 500/1
Bobby Gates 500/1
Daniel Chopra 500/1
David Duval 500/1
Fabian Gomez 500/1
Jim Renner 500/1
Kevin Foley 500/1
Kevin Tway 500/1
Kris Blanks 500/1
Lee Janzen 500/1
Lee Williams 500/1
Mark Anderson 500/1
Miguel Angel Carballo 500/1
Mike Weir 500/1
Paul Goydos 500/1
Rod Perry 500/1
Scott Gardiner 500/1
Troy Merritt 500/1
Wes Roach 500/1
Will Claxton 500/1
David Carr 750/1
Doug Labelle 750/1
Alex Aragon 1000/1
Andrew Loupe 1000/1
Bronson La’Cassie 1000/1
Dudley Hart 1000/1
Edward Loar 1000/1
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2 thoughts on “Odds To Win The ATT Pebble Beach Pro Am – 2014”

  1. Tough to pick with so many of these players in good form in 2014.

    I would like to see Jason Day win again on the PGA Tour as his play has been solid for a while now.

    Jordan Spieth is great value at 22/1.

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