PGA Free Picks | AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Golf fans and golfers both love the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am because not only does it offer some of the greatest views, but it gives up mere morals the opportunity to see guys on TV shanking drives and missing 3 foot putts. No, you won’t see this from the pros, but their Pro-Am partners, making this event a must watch for fans. Lets get teed up and make some money while we’re at it.


AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Where: Pebble Beach, California

Courses: Pebble Beach Golf Links (6816 yards, par 72)

Monterey Peninsula CC (6958 yards, par 71)

Spyglass Hill (6858 yards, par 72)

When: February 7th – 10th, 2019

Purse: $7,600,000

Defending Champ: Ted Potter Jr. (270, -17)


I didn’t do too bad last week if our inaugural PGA picks for ATB. We went with Matt Kuchar, who finished T4, so if you bet on a top 5 finish, you would have cashed out. I also went with Hideki Matsuyama (T15) and Billy Horschel (T39). Now let’s get to this week’s picks.

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Dustin Johnson +450

Even though DJ is the favorite, I just cannot leave DJ off my list. He’s coming off a victory last week at the Saudi International, and has a great track record here at Pebble. He not only won the event in back-to-back years in 2009-10, his last times out here he posted finishes of T2 (2018), 3 (2017), T41 (2016) and T4 (2015), and T2 (2014).

On top of that, Johnson will be playing with his father-in-law Wayne Gretzky, the great hockey player of all time who is a great golfer in his own right. You can be sure DJ will play to his top potential with the occasional pep talk from Wayne.

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Tony Finau +1750

Tony Finau is coming off his worst finish this season, getting cut after opening rounds of 72 last week. Finau sets up great for this weekend. He is second in driving distance this season averaging 318.4 yards, giving him a leg up on the competition with this course set up. As stated on, Finau has the most top 10s on the PGA Tour (20) since the start of the 2016-17 season without a victory. It could very well be his time this weekend.

Paul Casey +2750

With such great odds, I’m going to throw a few bucks on Paul Casey. He last played in January at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, finishing T16, with his worst finish of the season saw him coming in at T18. Casey played Pebble for the first time in years last season, and came in a very respectable T8. Casey was one of the best players a few years back, and has seemed to re-invent himself.

Other Players I like:

Jason Day +650

Adam Scott +2000

Matt Kuchar +1750

Betting on golf is a great way to stay in the action, with great odds to help you win. You can take a couple hundred dollars each weekend, divide it up the best way you see fit between 306 guys per week, then sit back and hope one of your guys pull through.

Free PGA picks by Joe Berra

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