2013 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Odds - Event Info, Dates, Coverage

One of the great scenes in all of golf will be at the forefront from February 7th through February 10th, when the PGA Tour takes to Pebble Beach Golf Links in Pebble Beach, California for the playing of the AT&T National Pro-Am.

The Golf Channel and NBC will combine on the coverage for this one. Golf Channel will pick up Thursday and Friday coverage beginning at 4pm ET and going until 7pm ET. Then on Saturday NBC will take over beginning at 3:30 pm ET on Saturday and Sunday, going through the conclusion of play.

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The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am is one of the most popular tournaments on the Tour for fans, especially those who attend. The tournament features a wide variety of celebrities and athletes who compete with the PGA Tour players in the Pro-Am all four days of the tournament. The players tee off on three different courses the first three days of the tournament… Monterey Peninsula Country Club, SpyGlass Hill Golf Course. Then, the entire field plays Pebble Beach on the final day of competition.

Formerly the Bing Crosby National Pro-Am, AT&T took over as the title sponsor back in 1986. SpyGlass plays as the longest of the three courses, while Monterey Peninsula is historically the easiest of the set. Every year, fans are provided with great entertainment in what is truly a unique event on a fantastic setting.

2013 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am

As always, the 2013 edition of this tournament will be one to follow, especially on television. There are going to be several great pros and big-name celebs in the field. Pebble Beach is always a treat and we're really looking forward to action getting started up on Thursday.

Among the biggest stories this week is Phil Mickelson and his dominant performance at the previous tournament. Will he be able to sustain that same success? And could this be the start of a magical run for Lefty? We'll have to wait and see but we know one thing, Pebble Beach isn't just going to bend over and give it up like TPC Scottsdale last week.

Notable Pros: Phil Mickelson, Dustin Johnson, Brandt Snedeker, Lee Westwood, Hunter Mahan, Nick Watney, Jim Furyk, Padraig Harrington, Nick Watney, Webb Simpson and more

2013 Celebrities/Amateurs: Bret Baier, Rubens Barrichello, Harris Barton, Bill Belichick, Chris Berman, Matt Cain, Carson Daly, Tom Dreesen, Josh Duhamel, Jackie Flynn, Kenny G, Andy Garcia, Wayne Gretzky, Oliver Hudson, Charles Kelley, Brian Kelly, Joe Kernen, Huey Lewis, Gary Mule Deer, Bill Murray, Chris O’Donnell, Jake Owen, Andy Roddick, Aaron Rodgers, Ray Romano, Tony Romo, Darius Rucker, Kelly Slater, Justin Verlander, and Clay Walker

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What Happened In 2012?

The 2012 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am was something that every tournament dreams of. It was Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods paired with each other in the final grouping on Sunday. It wasn't the epic battle we had hoped for though, with Mickelson besting Woods by 11 strokes just on that day alone. Mickelson fired a 64 to Woods' 75, winning the tournament by two shots over Charlie Wie. Woods fell all the way to 15th. It was Mickelson's only win of the 2012 PGA Tour Season, but it was certainly one to remember.

Odds For 2013 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Phil Mickelson went wire-to-wire this past week at TPC Scottsdale and won the 2013 Waste Management Phoenix Open. That included a near-59 in the first round, for which Mickelson lipped out for birdie on No.18 to shoot 60. Mickelson kept it going all week for the win (22/1 last week), and now headlines the odds for the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am at all major bookmakers in Vegas and online. Even with Phil Mickelson's Pebble Beach Pro-Am odds sitting at 7 to 1, the payout on a second straight win would pay $7 for every dollar wagered on Lefty... almost Tiger-esque type betting odds for this week.

Mickelson is not a huge favorite this week though as Dustin Johnson is not far behind, slated at 9/1 before the tournament to finish first. Johnson last played at the Farmers Insurance Open, where he managed only a 51st place finish so it would appear that oddsmakers obviously expect him to improve on that this week. Lest we forget, Johnson won the first event of the 2013 PGA season out in Hawaii.

Coming in third is Brandt Snedeker who finished runner-up to Mickelson this past weekend in Phoenix, capping off a second-straight week in which he finished second. In four tournaments this year, Snedeker has two second place finishes, a third place, and a 23rd. At 12/1, Snedeker is getting a good payout for a player who has been in contention as often as he has been and is a smart pick.

Lee Westwood is making his 2013 PGA Tour debut at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am after playing the last month over in Europe. He certainly comes in as one of the top favorites, and his debut is highly anticipated. At 16 to 1, he could find himself in a position to win big for those who wager on his odds come Sunday afternoon but there is a lot of golf to be played before that.

Rounding out the top-five favorites is Hunter Mahan. After a T16 finish at TPC Scottsdale in the Waste Management Phoenix Open and a T15 the week before at Torrey Pines in the Farmers Insurance Open, Mahan's 20/1 odds really offer something to pull for as $1 wagered would net $20 profit.

2013 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am Betting Odds - odds found at Bovada on 2/4/2013
  • Phil Mickelson 7/1
  • Dustin Johnson 9/1
  • Brandt Snedeker 12/1
  • Lee Westwood 16/1
  • Hunter Mahan 20/1
  • Nick Watney 20/1
  • Padraig Harrington 25/1
  • Jim Furyk 28/1
  • Robert Garrigus 28/1
  • Webb Simpson 28/1
  • Jason Day 33/1
  • Jimmy Walker 35/1
  • Ryan Palmer 35/1
  • Tim Clark 40/1
  • Aaron Baddeley 45/1
  • Brian Gay 45/1
  • Brendon De Jonge 50/1
  • Bryce Molder 60/1
  • Vijay Singh 60/1
  • Seung-yul Noh 66/1
  • Steve Marino 66/1
  • Kevin Na 70/1
  • Rafael Cabrera -Bello 75/1
  • Billy Horschel 80/1
  • Charlie Wi 80/1
  • Chris Kirk 80/1
  • Harris English 80/1
  • James Hahn 80/1
  • Josh Teater 80/1
  • Matt Every 80/1
  • Tom Gillis 80/1
  • Kevin Stadler 90/1
  • Pat Perez 90/1
  • Charley Hoffman 100/1
  • Geoff Ogilvy 100/1
  • J B Holmes 100/1
  • Luke Guthrie 100/1
  • Nicholas Thompson 100/1
  • Retief Goosen 100/1
  • Robert Karlsson 100/1
  • Brian Stuard 110/1
  • D-A Points 110/1
  • Fredrik Jacobson 110/1
  • Kevin Streelman 110/1
  • Matt Jones 110/1
  • Bob Estes 125/1
  • Cameron Triangle 125/1
  • Camilo Villegas 125/1
  • Jason Kokrak 125/1
  • John Mallinger 125/1
  • Rory Sabbatini 125/1
  • Tommy Gainey 125/1
  • D J Trahan 140/1
  • David Lingmerth 140/1
  • Jerry Kelly 140/1
  • Justin Hicks 140/1
  • Ricky Barnes 140/1
  • Roberto Castro 140/1
  • Sean O'Hair 140/1
  • Brian Harman 150/1
  • Casey Wittenberg 150/1
  • Davis Love III 150/1
  • Heath Slocum 150/1
  • Kevin Chappell 150/1
  • Vaughn Taylor 150/1
  • Greg Owen 175/1
  • Johnson Wagner 175/1
  • Rod Pampling 175/1
  • Scott Langley 175/1
  • Steven Bowditch 175/1
  • Alexandre Rocha 200/1
  • Bill Lunde 200/1
  • Brad Fritsch 200/1
  • Daniel Summerhays 200/1
  • Erik Compton 200/1
  • J J Henry 200/1
  • Jeff Maggert 200/1
  • Ken Duke 200/1
  • Russell Knox 200/1
  • William Mcgirt 200/1
  • Joe Durant 225/1
  • Nathan Green 225/1
  • Richard Lee 225/1
  • Tag Ridings 225/1
  • Andres Romero 250/1
  • Ben Kohles 250/1
  • Chris Stroud 250/1
  • John Merrick 250/1
  • Morgan Hoffman 250/1
  • Patrick Cantlay 250/1
  • Robert Streb 250/1
  • Scott Brown 250/1
  • Scott Gardiner 250/1
  • Stuart Appleby 250/1
  • Ted Potter Jr. 250/1
  • Gary Christian 275/1
  • Brian Davis 300/1
  • Cameron Percy 300/1
  • Chez Reavie 300/1
  • David Duval 300/1
  • Dicky Pride 300/1
  • Doug Labelle II 300/1
  • Fabian Gomez 300/1
  • Joe Ogilvie 300/1
  • John Daly 300/1
  • Jordan Speith 300/1
  • Lee Williams 300/1
  • Nick O'Hern 300/1
  • Peter Tomasulo 300/1
  • Tim Petrovic 300/1
  • Billy Mayfair 350/1
  • Bobby Gates 350/1
  • Brendon Todd 350/1
  • Charlie Beljan 350/1
  • Chris Dimarco 350/1
  • Darron Stiles 350/1
  • James Driscoll 350/1
  • Lee Janzen 350/1
  • Luke List 350/1
  • Mike Weir 350/1
  • Patrick Reed 350/1
  • Sam Saunders 350/1
  • Si Woo Kim 350/1
  • Alistair Presnell 400/1
  • D H Lee 400/1
  • Jim Herman 400/1
  • Justin Bolli 400/1
  • Kevin Sutherland 400/1
  • Kris Blanks 400/1
  • Shawn Stefani 400/1
  • Arjun Atwal 500/1
  • Derek Ernst 500/1
  • Henrik Norlander 500/1
  • Jason Bohn 500/1
  • Jin Park 500/1
  • Matt Bettencourt 500/1
  • Michael Letzig 500/1
  • Scott McCarron 500/1
  • Troy Kelly 500/1
  • Eric Meierdierks 600/1
  • Kelly Kraft 600/1
  • Steve Flesch 600/1
  • Steve LeBrun 600/1
  • Aaron Watkins 750/1
  • Michael Bradley 750/1
  • Andres Gonzales 1000/1
  • Andrew Svoboda 1000/1
  • Donald Constable 1000/1
  • Jeff Gove 1000/1
  • Neal Lancaster 1000/1
  • Paul Haley II 1000/1
  • David Berganio Jr 1500/1
  • Bret Nutt 2000/1
  • Bill Andrade 2500/1
  • Mitch Lowe 2500/1

Our Picks For 2013 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Winner Pick - We've ridden the Brandt Snedeker horse two times already this year, and in those events, he finished third and second. We're close! Do we pick him here this week? It's hard to go against him, and we are not going to do so this week. This will be the week he breaks out of those back-to-back runner up finishes and gets in the winner's circle! Paying out at 12/1 going into the week, bettors stand to profit a good amount if the staff at PGABettingOdds.com can finally lock it in with a Snedeker win.

Darkhorse Pick - We are always in favor of those who are great putters, and it doesn't get much better than Aaron Baddeley. The Aussie is paying out 45/1 this week for a great profit margin going into Thursday. Baddeley had a poor week at TPC Scottsdale, but did finish T6 a week prior at the Farmers Insurance Open.

Notable Pairings / Groups

With the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am a bit unique in terms of the groupings with Amateurs during the tournament days, Bovada Sportsbook has formed 2-Ball betting Odds instead of 3-Ball odds that we normally see on Tour, for Thursday.

One of the more intriguing betting lines for Thursday's opening round comes in the pairing of Aaron Baddeley and Tim Clark. Typically, we see a player get an edge over the other, whether it's very slight or by a very large margin. That is not the case here though, as both players are paying out even money on the payout from Bovada. If the two players tie, it would be a +800 payout should you win.

We picked Baddeley as our darkhorse at Pebble Beach this week, so we obviously think he is going to have a solid four rounds and we're picking him to win the Baddeley vs. Clark 2-ball wager for the opening round. To win this tournament putting is critical, as players tee it up on three different courses during the week, Pebble Beach twice. But with the different green speed and layouts, it places emphasis on quick adjustments. Baddeley is known to be one of the best putters on the PGA Tour, and we think it gives him an advantage.

But the pairing with Tim Clark is interesting. Clark is also a great short game player. He has to be. He is one of the shortest hitters on the PGA Tour. As a result, we can see why oddsmakers have set these two players with equal odds in their first round score.

You can get in on this action or action from many of the other groupings for Thursday on Bovada's 2-ball betting odds.