Odds to Win AT&T Pebble Beach Favor Dustin Johnson, Patrick Cantlay and Jason Day Ahead of Thursday Round

Zach Brunner
Odds to win Pebble Beach Pro-Am heavily favor Dustin Johnson.
Odds to win Pebble Beach Pro-Am heavily favor Dustin Johnson. / Michael Reaves/Getty Images

The 2020 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am tees off today, Thursday, Feb. 6, as one of the most unique events on the PGA Tour. It is played on three separate courses and the players are partnered up with celebrities. Currently, Dustin Johnson is the clear favorite to take home the win, at +650 odds, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

Golf Odds This Weekend

Johnson has won the tournament twice, with back-to-back titles in 2009-10. He is the clear favorite in the opening odds, but he's traveling back from Saudi Arabia following a second-place finish last week, and it remains to be seen if the travel will have any affect on DJ's play.

Last year's winner, Phil Mickelson, has just +2200 odds to win it all again in 2020, which is tied with Brandt Snedeker for the fifth-best of the week. Mickelson has enjoyed plenty of success in this tournament, winning five different times, with his first title coming back in 1998. Snedeker won the tournament back in 2015, but he is coming off a rare missed cut in last week's Phoenix Open.

Rounding out the golfers inside the top 5 by the odds is Patrick Cantlay (+1200), Jason Day (+1600) and Paul Casey (+1800). Casey was last year's runner-up, while Day, along with Johnson, Mickelson and Chez Reavie, tied as runner-ups in 2018, when Ted Potter Jr. took home the win.

A couple interesting long shots to win this weekend are 2017 Pebble Beach Pro-Am winner Jordan Spieth, who has +3300 odds, and 2018 winner Reavie, who has +5000 odds.

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