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AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am 2024 Preview and Betting Odds

Last Updated on January 30, 2024 2:42 pm by Erwin Noguera

2024 begins with one of the most important golf tournaments in the world, the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, at the Pebble Beach Golf Links in California, United States. The history of this competition dates back to 1937 when Sam Snead lifted the trophy and its biggest winners are Phil Mickelson and Mark O’Meara, who were five-time champions.

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am 2024 – Favorites

One of the golfers who want to inscribe his name in the history of the Californian course is Rory McIlroy, a legend of this sport who has never been able to win the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. In his first tournament of the year, he started with a victory, as the Northern Irishman was champion at the Dubai Desert Classic, -14 under par, beating Poland’s Adrian Meronk and American Cameron Young. 

At 27 years of age, Scottie Scheffler is another option to win in California, where he will receive the support of his fellow countrymen. This golfer’s 2023 was very good, winning the WM Phoenix Open and The Players Championship. In addition, he finished third at the US Open and in the Top 10 at the Masters Tournament and PGA Championship. 

Norwegian Viktor Hovland comes to this competition with the mission of celebrating for the first time this season, after winning two trophies last year. The BMW Championship and the Tour Championship were the golfer’s titles last year, while he finished among the top 10 in two majors. 

Also from the United States comes Max Homa, who has already won two events this year, without being able to achieve great individual participation, finishing 14th in The Sentry, the first PGA competition of the year. At 33 years old, Homa is one of the most experienced among the candidates and has the benefit of being a local since he was born in California. 

Likewise, Homa will be looking to break a bad streak, since he has not been champion for a year. His last victory was at the Farmers Insurance Open 2023, leaving Keegan Bradley as runner-up.

Local will also be Collin Morikawa, who has to improve the role of his last presentation, in the Farmers Insurance Open, where he did not even compete in the decisive rounds. Morikawa hasn’t been a PGA tournament champion since 2021, when he lifted the British Open Golf Championship on July 18, the second major of his career after the 2019 PGA Championship. 

His best performance recently came last year at the Masters Tournament, where he finished 10th. 

Patrick Cantlay, from Jupiter, Florida, is highly regarded among his peers at age 31, making him an option for a possible championship in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Although he did not win on the PGA Tour in 2023, he has eight tournaments on his resume and, last year, finished in the Top 10 at the PGA Championship. 

British Justin Rose will defend his surprising title last year, although he is not among the great candidates to celebrate in this edition. 

The total prize money of the tournament will be 20 million dollars, of which 3.6 million will go to the champion. 

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am 2024 Preview and Betting Odds & Free Pick – Info

When and Where? 

From January 31st to February 4th, California, United States 

Where Can I Watch?  

Sky Sports 

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am 2024 odds (Gambyl Exchange) 

Rory McIlroy 9.1

Scottie Scheffler 9.5

Viktor Hovland 11

Xander Schauffele 13

Patrick Cantlay 17

Max Homa 18

Collin Morikawa 18

Jorden Spieth 19

Justin Thomas 19

Ludvig Aberg 29

Tony Finau 29

Tommy Fleetwood 30

Sam Burns 34

Sung-Jai Im 34

Cameron Young 34

Matthew Fitzpatrick 34

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