The 2022 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am is the next event on the 2022 PGA TOUR’s schedule. It’s one of the more unique events in golf, taking place on three different Californian courses:
- Pebble Beach Golf Links
- Spyglass Hill Golf Course
- Monterey Peninsula Country Club
This year’s event will begin on Thursday, Feb. 3 before concluding on Sunday, Feb. 6. Even though some golfs fans may attempt to predict what’s going to happen at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, that can be easier said than done. Fortunately, the latest betting odds from BetOnline give us a better idea as to who’s likely to win the event.
At+700 odds, Patrick Cantlay is currently BetOnline’s heavy favorite to win it all in California this week.
Cantlay does have some experience competing in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. The 29-year-old has entered the tournament five previous times, with his success rate fluctuating. On one hand, Cantlay has placed 11th or better three times, with his best finishing coming when he finished third in 2021. On the other hand, his other two showings saw him place 35th and 48th. Needless to say, any bettor going with him this week is hoping for the former Cantlay to show up.
The Long Beach, CA native has also seen some success on the current tour. He was a part of Team USA’s Ryder Cup victory and placed fourth and ninth at the Sentry Tournament of Champions and American Express, respectively, in January. Assuming that his momentum is on an upward swing, it isn’t hard to imagine Cantlay finding some success at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Daniel Berger Sits Second
With Cantlay being the clear-cut betting favorite this week, the next closest golfer is Daniel Berger at +1200 odds.
Berger has been enjoying his own 2022 season ahead of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. While two of the events that he competed in were unofficial PGA tournaments, he’s yet to finish worse than T-20th on the current tour. He’s placed T-7th or better in three of the outings, showing that he might be ready to take his name to the next level this year.
The main thing that Berger has going for himself is that he’s the defending AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am champion. He finished two strokes ahead of Maverick McNealy (+2500) to win it last year, so another victory this week would make him the 14th golfer in history to have won the tournament multiple times.
Nevertheless, Berger has competed in the tournament two other times aside from his victory. He placed 10th in 2015 and fifth in 2020, so it’s clear that he usually ups his game whenever he takes part in the event. Only time will tell if that’ll hold true this year.
2022 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Odds
Odds via BetOnline as of Tuesday, February 1
- Patrick Cantlay (+700)
- Daniel Berger (+1200)
- Will Zalatoris (+2000)
- Jordan Spieth (+2200)
- Jason Day (+2200)
- Maverick McNealy (+2500)
- Justin Rose (+2800)
- Cameron Tringale (+2800)
- Seamus Power (+3000)
- Matthew Fitzpatrick (+3300)
- Lanto Griffin (+4000)
- Kevin Kisner (+5000)
- Brian Harman (+5000)
The complete odds list is available at BetOnline.ag.
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am FAQ
How can I wager on the tournament?
You can wager on the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am by signing up for a sportsbook of your choosing. Once you’ve created your account, all you need to do is input your information, deposit some funds (don’t forget to take advantage of bonus codes) and you’re on your way to making bets.
Are there other types of golf markets?
Yes! The above odds are an example of a “future” market. Sportsbooks like BetOnline also offer other markets, such as prop bets, head-to-head matchups and “make or miss the cut.”
Can I wager on more than one sport?
Of course! Online sportsbooks allow you to wager on multiple sports at any time. Chances are if there’s a sport that you can think of, you can put a bet on it.