AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Tournament

February 7, 2018 February 7, 2018 Claire Aleman

It is the PGA Tour that many fans of the sport of Golf have been waiting for, and if you are a fan of Golf then the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am PGA Tour is one that is bound to give you a fine display of the skills that have made many players at the top of their game.

However, this year you can place all manner of different bets and wagers on that sporting event, and today I am going to be giving you an insight into some of those betting opportunities, and also letting you know just which players are likely to win each of them too!

Do however keep in mind that the odds associated with each of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am PGA Tour betting opportunities listed below are likely to change as each match is played off, so if you do want to bag some of the odds mentioned below then the sooner  that you pace them the better!

In regards to the top five Golfers who are at the top of the outright betting markets those include Dustin Johnson at 5/1 followed by Rory McIlroy whose outright win odds are 10/1

Three players next in the betting markets who all have the same win odds for winning this event outright are Jon Rahm, Jordan Spieth and also Jason Day and if you do fancy placing a bet on any of those three then the odds you will currently be rewarded with are quite generous to be honest at some 11/1!

To Finish in the Top Five

Not only are you going to be able to place a single wager on just which golfer you think is going to win this PGA Tour outright, you can now also place a bet on just which player or players you think are going to finish in any of the top five positions too.

By placing such a bet you will of course stand a much greater chance of having a winning bet, however the odds associated with placing a bet on any golfer to finish in the top five are of course going to be much lower than the odds associated with them winning this event outright.

However, a winning bet is of course a winning bet and if you do want to place something of a fairly low risk bet then please do read on, for by doing so you will find the odds associated with the golfers who do have a fairly good chance of finishing in the top five positions.

If you want to place a bet on Dustin Johnson to finish in any of the top five positions then the odds you can get currently are 7/5, you can place a bet on Jordan Spieth and if he finishes in the top five positions then the current odds for him to do so are 9/4, Jason Day, Jon Rahm and Rory McIlroy are all available on this betting market at odds of 12/5,.

Group Betting Opportunities

There are three different Group Betting markets also available and when pacing such a bet you simply have to pick out one of the players in each group that will finish this tournament in a higher position than all others in their respective group.

Let me enlighten you on which golfers are in Group A and also let you know of their associated odds. Dustin Johnson has odds of 9/4, Jordan Speith has odds of 18/5, Rory McIlroy has odds of 18/5, Jon Rahm has odds of 4/1 and finally Jason Day has odds of 21/5.

The odds of the golfers to win in Group B are as follows, Phil Mickelson has odds of 16/5, Matt Kuchar has odds of 16/5, Chez Reavie has odds of 18/5, Patrick Reed has odds of 18/5 and Patrick Cantlay has odds of 18/5.

The other group of golfers that you may fancy placing a bet on are those that are all listed in Group C, just keep in mind that the odds listed below are those for them to beat and finish in a higher position that only those golfers in this one single group.

Also keep in mind that some different betting sites may have their own unique groups so if this is the type of bet you do fancy placing do some research. The Group C golfers and their respective group win odds are Branden Grace with odds of 31/10, Kevin Chappell with odds of 10/3, Kevin Kisner with odds of 7/2, Chesson Hadley with odds of 7/2 and Jason Kokrak with odds of 19/5

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Claire Aleman


Claire Aleman has been with us from the start and is passionate about fair gaming, and asking those in charge very challenging questions, and questions they tend not to want to be asked.

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