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2024 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am: TV schedule, predictions, tee times and more

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The next stop on the PGA Tour heads to just south of the Bay Area in Monterrey, Calif. for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am for second straight tournament at a previous U.S. Open Course.

This is the second of eight Signature Events on the 2024 PGA Tour schedule this season with a limited field of 80 players on hand for the third event of the West Coast Swing.  

Last week, Matthieu Pavon recorded a 3-under 69 in Saturday’s final round to win the Farmers Insurance Open at 13-under par. With the victory, he became the first Frenchman to win on the PGA Tour in 117 years since Arnaud Massey was victorious at the 1907 Open Championship.

Pavon, who opened at +15000 odds to win, according to BetMGM, was fueled by a 7-under 65 during the second round on the difficult South course. He also gets entry into this week’s AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am with the win and enters the week at No. 2 in the FedEx Cup Standings.

Like last week at the Farmers Insurance Open, the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am field will play two different courses – Pebble Beach and Spyglass Hill – the first two days before playing the final two rounds at Pebble Beach in this no-cut event.

The quality of the courses this week will be evident as Pebble Beach is in line to host the U.S. Open in 2027, 2032, 2037 and 2044 after hosting the third major of the year in 2019.

The PGA Tour Players will play alongside an amateur and play in pairs of two for the first two days of the tournament. On the next two days, the players will play solo, and take their scores from the first two rounds to determine the winner after 72 holes.

Some of the notable amateurs competing this week include current and former NFL stars such as Josh Allen, Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady and Larry Fitzgerald Jr., as well as Bay Area sports legends Steve Young, Alex Smith and Buster Posey. Also competing this week is former Los Angeles Lakers star Pau Gasol.

The key thing to watch this week is the weather as rain is expected to hit the whole tournament. That means the course is going to play soft, but the chance of any stoppages during play due to inclement weather rises this week.

Both courses are par 72s as Pebble Beach measures 6,972 yards and Spyglass Hill totals 7,041 yards. In terms of course management, players will need to figure out the greens, which are the smallest greens on the PGA Tour, in addition to figuring out the elevation changes throughout the course.

Last year, the toughest hole at Pebble Beach was the par-4 ninth, measuring 504 yards. It played 0.381 strokes over par as there were just as many double bogeys or worse compared to birdies.

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What channel is the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am on?

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The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am will be televised between CBS and the Golf Channel.

Television schedule for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

RoundDateTime (ET)TV
1Thursday, Feb. 13:00 – 7:00 p.m.Golf Channel
2Thursday, Feb. 23:00 – 7:00 p.m.Golf Channel
3Friday, Feb. 31:00 – 3:00 p.m.
3:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Golf Channel
CBS
4Saturday, Feb. 41:00 – 3:00 p.m.
3:00 – 6:30 p.m.
Golf Channel
CBS

Other coverage for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

In addition to the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am being televised on the Golf Channel and CBS, the tournament will also be broadcasted on ESPN+ and Peacock. PGA Tour Live for the marquee and featured groups can be exclusively found on ESPN+ for all four days of the tournament, in addition to the featured holes around the course.

The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am will also be on the airwaves of Sirius XM for all four rounds.

Thursday, Feb. 1 (Round 1)

ESPN+: 11:45 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. ET

Peacock: 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. ET

Sirius XM: 1:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. ET

Friday, Feb. 2 (Round 2)

ESPN+: 11:45 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. ET

Peacock: 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. ET

Sirius XM: 1:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. ET

Saturday, Feb. 3 (Round 3)

ESPN+: 11:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. ET

Peacock: 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. ET

Sirius XM: 2:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. ET

Sunday, Feb. 4 (Round 4)

ESPN+: 11:00 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. ET

Peacock: 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. ET

Sirius XM: 1:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. ET

How much are tickets for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am?

Tickets to walk the grounds at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am begin at $75 and prices increase for elevated access, such as the Clints Saloon for $425.

To grow the game, children 15 and under are admitted free into the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am when accompanied by a ticketed adult. In addition, those who are active duty, Reserve, Retired and Veteran military veterans can access these tickets for a quantity of two tickets for one day during the tournament.

Payout for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am 2024

The total purse is $20 million, and the winner will receive $3.6 million. In addition, the winner will receive 700 points towards the FedEx Cup standings.

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Who are some of the top golfers in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am field?

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Every player who is eligible for this week’s Signature Event is on hand, including World 2 and 4, Rory McIlroy and Viktor Hovland, respectively. Hovland, the reigning FedEx Cup Champion, is coming off a T22 finish at The Sentry to kick off his PGA Tour season while McIlroy is   making his season debut on the PGA Tour.

McIlroy had been competing on the DP World Tour this month that included a runner-up finish at the Dubai Invitational and his fourth career victory at the Hero Dubai Desert Classic on Jan. 21.

Now, both are looking to have strong 2024 seasons for their first events in the mainland United States.

World No. 1 Scottie Scheffler, who headlines the 2024 PGA Tour Player Advisory Council, is making his first appearance at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Scheffler has competed at Pebble Beach once, which came in 2019 when he missed the cut at the U.S. Open.

Also competing this week is the newest PGA Tour member, Nick Dunlap, who won The American Express as an amateur and turned pro on Jan. 25. Dunlap, who was a sophomore at the University of Alabama, became the first amateur to win on the PGA Tour since 1991 and the first reigning U.S. Amateur Champion to win on the PGA Tour since Tiger Woods in 1996.

Last year, Justin Rose won the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am at 18-under par. The 2013 U.S. Open Champion snapped a winless streak that lasted more than four years, which was fueled by a final round 6-under 66 and an eagle on the par-5 sixth.

5 players with the best chance to win the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am trophy on Sunday

Rory McIlroy

Rory McIlroy is one of the hottest players in the world as he came just short in Dubai of two wins instead of one. During his runner-up finish at the Dubai Invitational, he three-putted on the 72nd hole to blow the lead. But to see his response the following for the Dubai Desert Classic tells how much he is in a position, not only to reach the top of the leaderboard, but to win this week.

As mentioned earlier, this is McIlroy’s first event of the 2024 PGA Tour season. McIlroy, who’s looking for a strong 2024 campaign, ended last season with 10 straight top-10s, included two straight fourth place finishes at the BMW Championship and the Tour Championship. The last player to finish a PGA Tour season with 10 or more consecutive top-10s was Tom Kite in 1981.

Jordan Spieth

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Jordan Spieth comes into the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am fresh, having not played since The Sentry where he finished third in Hawaii to kick off the PGA Tour season. This week is going to mark Spieth’s 12th start at this event where he won in 2017, was the runner-up two years ago and has six top 10s, including three in the last four years.

Dating back to this tournament in the 2019-20 season, Spieth has played 16 rounds. Only two of those rounds came over par, which were his final two rounds last year. Furthermore, according to Justin Ray, there are more than 150 players with at least 10 rounds at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Of those players, Spieth has the best scoring average of the players in this week at a 69.61 clip.  

Maverick McNealy

So far this season, there has not been a favorite who have won, according to the betting lines. The best odds to have clinched a win in four events this season was Chris Kirk, who was at +12500 opening odds when he won The Sentry, according to Vegas Insider.

Although Maverick McNealy has odds around +15000, there is reasoning here. In that same group of players with the best scoring averages with 10-plus rounds in this event, Maverick McNealy ranks fifth. Despite withdrawing a year ago, he has two top five finishes in back-to-back years with a T5 in 2020 and a runner-up finish in 2021.

Nicolai Hojgaard

Nicolai Hojgaard defied the odds last week at the Farmers Insurance Open, having played the previous two weeks in Dubai. After a top 25 finish at the Dubai Invitational and a T7 at the Hero Dubai Desert Classic, he followed that up with a runner-up finish at Torrey Pines despite traveling halfway across the world to make his first start in San Diego on a shortened preparation schedule.

Hojgaard, who won the DP World Tour Championship to highlight his 2023 campaign, rose to No. 30 on the Official World Golf Ranking, the highest mark of his career. Overall, he has four top 10s in his last five worldwide starts, which also includes a runner-up finish at the Nedbank Golf Challenge on the DP World Tour.

Kevin Yu

Over the last couple of weeks, Kevin Yu has played solid golf that has put him near the top of the leaderboard during the final round. He tied for third at The American Express before tying for sixth at the Farmers Insurance Open. In two weeks, he rose 150 spots from No. 264 to 114 after those strong performances.

In his bogey-free 5-under 67 at Torrey Pines last week, he was second in the field in strokes gained total and putting, fourth in strokes gained total and fifth in birdies on a difficult South Course that did not have many scoring opportunities.

The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am pairings

All times ET; Course Indications: Pebble Beach (PB), Spyglass Hill (SH)

Round 1: 1 teeRound 2: 10 teePlayers (Amateurs in Parenthesis)
11:45 a.m. (SH)12:45 p.m. (PB)Andrew Putnam (Nate Taylor), Grayson Murray (Hank     Plain
11:57 a.m. (SH)12:57 p.m. (PB)Sam Burns (David Grain), Cameron Young (Lal Karsanbhai)
12:09 p.m. (SH)1:09 p.m. (PB)Chris Kirk (David Dorman), Brian Harman (Joe Ucuzoglu)
12:21 p.m. (SH)1:21 p.m. (PB)Sepp Straka (Stephen Reyes), Lee Hodges (Lee Styslinger)
12:33 p.m. (SH)1:33 p.m. (PB)Kevin Yu (Julie Wirth), Stephan Jaeger (David Gill)
12:45 p.m. (SH)11:45 a.m. (PB)Davis Riley (Sean Mitchell), Adam Schenk (Patrick Zalupski)
12:57 p.m. (SH)11:57 a.m. (PB)Cam Davis (Josh Kroenke), J.T. Poston (Gregg Lemkau)
1:09 p.m. (SH)12:09 p.m. (PB)Tom Hoge (David Solomon, Corey Conners (Geoff Yang)
1:21 p.m. (SH)12:21 p.m. (PB)Wyndham Clark (Anthony Noto), Jason Day (David Hudson)
1:33 p.m. (SH)12:33 p.m. (PB)Nicolai Hojgaard (Geoff Couch), Thomas Detry (Rich Petit)
Round 1: 10 teeRound 2: 1 teePlayers
11:45 a.m. (SH)12:45 p.m. (PB)Rory McIlroy (Jeff Rhodes), Ludvig Aberg (Dermot Desmond)
11:57 a.m. (SH)12:57 p.m. (PB)Rickie Fowler (Heidi Ueberroth),Tommy Fleetwood (Greg Johnson)
12:09 p.m. (SH)1:09 p.m. (PB)Scottie Scheffler (David Abeles), Justin Rose (James Gorman)
12:21 p.m. (SH)1:21 p.m. (PB)Viktor Hovland (Chuck Robbins), Patrick Cantlay (Egon Durban)
12:33 p.m. (SH)1:33 p.m. (PB)Sahith Theegala (Shantanu Narayen), Adam Scott (Doug Mackenzie)
12:45 p.m. (SH)11:45 a.m. (PB)Hideki Matsuyama (Buster Posey), Mackenzie Hughes (Alex Smith)
12:57 p.m. (SH)11:57 a.m. (PB)Justin Thomas (Vivek Sankaran), Jordan Spieth (Chris Kempczinski)
1:09 p.m. (SH)12:09 p.m. (PB)Emiliano Grillo (Pau Gasol), Taylor Moore (Harris Barton)
1:21 p.m. (SH)12:21 p.m. (PB)Keegan Bradley (Tom Brady), Keith Mitchell (Josh Allen)
1:33 p.m. (SH)12:33 p.m. (PB)Beau Hossler (Aaron Rodgers), Byeong Hun An (Neal Elattrache)
Round 1: 1 teeRound 2: 10 teePlayers
11:45 a.m. (PB)12:45 p.m. (SH)Christiaan Bezuidenhout (Nikesh Arora), Hayden Buckley (Jaime Sahara)
11:57 a.m. (PB)12:57 p.m. (SH)Russell Henley (Andrew Wilson), Brendon Todd (Pat Battle)
12:09 p.m. (PB)1:09 p.m. (SH)Sungjae Im (Greg Penner), Adam Hadwin (Larry Fitzgerald Jr.)
12:21 p.m. (PB)1:21 p.m. (SH)Max Homa (Ryan Lance), Maverick McNealy (Condoleezza Rice)
12:33 p.m. (PB)1:33 p.m. (SH)Webb Simpson (Jerry Yang), Luke List (Julie Frist)
12:45 p.m. (PB)11:45 a.m. (SH)Lucas Glover (Fred Perpall), Seamus Power (Herb Allen)
12:57 p.m. (PB)11:57 a.m. (SH)Collin Morikawa (Stuart Francis), Tony Finau (Ryan Smith)
1:09 p.m. (PB)12:09 p.m. (SH)Matthew Fitzpatrick (George Still), Matt Kuchar (Steve Young)
1:21 p.m. (PB)12:21 p.m. (SH)Nick Dunlap (Joe Kernen), Xander Schauffele (Steve Squeri)
1:33 p.m. (PB)12:33 p.m. (SH)Matthieu Pavon (Pascal Grizot), Peter Malnati (Murray Demo)
Round 1: 10 teeRound 2: 1 teePlayers
11:45 a.m. (PB)12:45 p.m. (SH)Ben Griffin (Jim Kavanaugh), Taylor Montgomery (Donald Harrison)
11:57 a.m. (PB)12:57 p.m. (SH)Eric Cole (Todd Penegor), Denny McCarthy (Jeff McElfresh)
12:09 p.m. (PB)1:09 p.m. (SH)Kurt Kitayama (Ping Duan), Sam Ryder (Michael McCarthy)
12:21 p.m. (PB)1:21 p.m. (SH)Tom Kim (Jin Roy Ryu), Nick Taylor (Jerry Tarde)
12:33 p.m. (PB)1:33 p.m. (SH)Mark Hubbard (BJ Jenkins), Alex Smalley (Charlie Allen)
12:45 p.m. (PB)11:45 a.m. (SH)Erik van Rooyen (Dan Rose), S.H. Kim (David Kohler)
12:57 p.m. (PB)11:57 a.m. (SH)Nick Hardy (Phillip McCrorie), Adam Svensson (Ron Kruszewski)
1:09 p.m. (PB)12:09 p.m. (SH)Patrick Rodgers (Rick Wurster), Harris English (Jonathan Vander Ark)
1:21 p.m. (PB)12:21 p.m. (SH)Si Woo Kim (Thomas Laffont), Brandon Wu (Annesley MacFarlane)
1:33 p.m. (PB)12:33 p.m. (SH)Alex Noren (Ernesto Bertarelli), J.J. Spaun (George Solich)
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