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The road to the majors has started for golfers from across the globe, and this week, many of them are taking to the links at Pebble Beach. Check out some of our AT&T National Pebble Beach Pro-Am free picks for the tournament!
Pebble Beach Pro-Am Preview
Dates: Thursday, February 9th – Sunday, February 12th
Location: Spyglass Hill, Pebble Beach, CA
Phil Mickelson (+1800) at SportBet.com: Though it normally doesn’t pay to bother with some of the big time favorites, we do think that Lefty is worth a look this weekend. He is in a heck of a lot better shape than some of his cohorts right now, but there is no doubt that he isn’t playing all that well at the moment. Mickelson might be ready for some big time progress, as this is the time of year that he usually starts to shine before the majors begin. Lefty is the only man in this field that has won this tournament three times in the past, and he could make it No. 4 this weekend at Pebble Beach.
Brandt Snedeker (+2500) at SportBet.com: Snedeker won the last tournament at the end of January at Torrey Pines at the Farmers Insurance Open. He also has an eighth place finish in his first tourney of the year and was respectable last week at the Phoenix Open. Snedeker is going to be a challenger this week for sure, and he has a decent history here at Pebble Beach. Don’t be all that shocked if Snedeker ends up being the man of the hour come Sunday afternoon when this tournament is said and done.
Aaron Baddeley (+5000) at SportBet.com: Baddeley won right around this time last year at the Northern Trust Open, and that came on the heels of finishing sixth in this tournament last year. Baddeley has been one of the most consistent golfers on the PGA Tour really since that point last February, turning round after round in the 60s with just a few missed cuts. This year, starting with the Farmers Insurance Open, Baddeley has only had one round over par, and if he can keep that up through the weekend, he might all of a sudden have a fantastic price tag on the odds to win the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.