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Final round
scores from the
AT&T Pebble BeachPro-Am

Jimmy Walker (PB) -11
Dustin Johnson (PB) -10
Jim Renner (PB) -10
Jordan Spieth (PB) -8
Kevin Na (PB) -8
Hunter Mahan (PB) -7
Graeme McDowell (PB) -6
Pat Perez (PB) -6
Tim Wilkinson (PB) -6
Bryce Molder (PB) -5
Chesson Hadley (PB) -5
Richard H. Lee (PB) -5

Final round
betting odds
for the AT&T
Pebble Beach

Jimmy Walker 1/6
Hunter Mahan 10/1
Phil Mickelson 22/1
Tim Wilkinson 35/1
Ryan Palmer 40/1
Pat Perez 45/1
Jordan Spieth 50/1
Richard H Lee 50/1
Dustin Johnson 66/1
Kevin Na 66/1
Brendon Todd 100/1
Blake Adams 100/1
Robert Garrigus 125/1
Jim Renner 150/1
Michael Thompson 150/1

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Review & Betting Guide for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am


Phil Mickelson
Phil Mickelson
James Kennedy

Dustin Johnson
Dustin Johnson
Keith Allison

Hunter Mahan
Hunter Mahan
Keith Allison

Graeme McDowell
Graeme McDowell

Chris Kirk
Chris Kirk
Keith Allison

Designed by Jack Neville and Douglas Grant and first opened for play on February 22, 1919, Pebble Beach is the venue of this week’s AT&T and home to some of the greatest US Open Championships ever played.

This is the only course that Jack Neville ever designed and he had one aim, to design as many holes as possible along the rocky Monterey coast line which he felt would be best achieved by using a 'figure 8' design. The course hugs the rugged coastline providing stunning views, cliff-side fairways and sloping greens.

Arnold Palmer is a share-holder and member of the Pebble Beach Company and he has been commissioned several times to make changes to the course which included lengthening the course to more than 7,000 yards, adding trees, new bunkers and moving some of the fairways closer to the sea.

My tips to win:

Phil Mickelson 12/1
has a bit of a love-hate relationship with Pebble Beach. Phil has won here three times but missed the cut twice defending his title, and while defending last year just managed 60th place. Mickelson has no runners-up finishes here which is unusual for him, it’s win or bust and I am going for the California’s first win of the season in his home state.

Dustin Johnson 14/1 loves playing here but is another player who has both fond memories along with one particular nightmare when he looked all set to capture his first major title in the 2010 US Open Championship, but had a total collapse in the final round. Apart from his two wins here Dustin has two other Top 10 finishes and has not been outside the Top 20 in his four starts so far this season.

We did tip Hunter Mahan 16/1 two weeks ago in his first tournament back, but maybe that was a bit too early. Hunter played well at last weeks Phoenix Open closing with rounds of 65, 68 and should come into this week in confident mood. Mahan has not been outside the Top 20 here since his runners-up finish in 2011, so look for him to be challenging here this week.

My each-way tips:

Graeme McDowell’s 33/1 last outing was at the Northwestern Mutual World Challenge and the Irishman has not been outside the Top 20 in the three tournaments that he has played this season. I say this season but they were all played at the back-end of last year. Graeme will have very fond memories of his US Open Championship win here and I am sure he will want to do well in what is the start to his build up for the Masters.

Chris Kirk 33/1 currently sits in third place on the FedEx Cup standings with a win and a runners-up finish already to his name from the six events played. The Georgian didn’t have the greatest of weeks at the Phoenix Open but I think he will bounce back this week and his runners-up finish here last year should put him in a more positive frame of mind.

My outside tip:

We backed Roberto Castro 100/1 a couple of times last season and won a bit of money on the Texan, so it was good to see him back inside the Top 20 last week firing a final round 66 to move up the leaderboard thirty-five places. Roberto also made the Top 25 at the Humana Challenge and although he has also missed two cuts as well this year, he finished last season with three Top 10s in his final seven events and was only outside the Top 25 once.

As always good luck


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