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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.
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My tips to Win:
After a runner-up finish at the Saudi International at the weekend Dustin Johnson 13/2 – with SportingBet – should be in buoyant mood coming into this week. Dustin has won this event twice had two runner-up finishes and three other Top 5s and that is why I think he will be the man to beat here this week.
I think Jason Day 20/1 – with Ladbrokes – must be wondering what he needs to do to win this event. He has not been outside the Top 11 since 2015 and out of the ten times he has teed it up in this event he has eight Top 15 finishes including four Top 5s one of which was a runner-up two years ago. Jason has only played in four events on the wraparound season so far, he does have a couple of Top 25 finishes but hasn’t really challenged but he is another player that just loves playing here and I am sure he will be challenging this week.
This week’s defending champion is Phil Mickelson 28/1 – with UniBet – making it his fifth win in this event along with two runners-up finishes in the last four years and two other Top 10s, I think you can safely say Phil loves teeing it up at Pebble Beach. Mickelson also comes into this week on the back of a third-place finish in the Saudi International where he drove the ball better than he has done for the last few years.
Graeme McDowell 40/1 – with UniBet – comes into this week on the back of his win at the Saudi International and normally I wouldn’t be picking someone who has just won, but going by his interviews and wanting to make the Ryder Cup team I can see him at least challenging again this week. Graeme of course won his US Open Championship at Pebble Beach and had two Top 20 finishes here last year in this event and the US Open which was held here last year.
With a sixth-place finish at the WM Phoenix Open at the weekend I am sure Max Homa 50/1 – with SportingBet – will be looking forward to being back here this week. Max had a Top 10 finish here last year, but that came on the back of a horrendous run of form he did have a solid Phoenix Open but had six missed cuts on the spin before that. This week he comes into this week on the back of two Top 10 finishes and we will see a more confident Homa this week.
I was surprised to see Kurt Kitayama 80/1 – with Ladbrokes – this far down the betting odds. Kurt has been in good form on the European Tour and comes into this week on the back of a sixth place finish at the Dubai Desert Classic and he finished last season well with three Top 5 finishes from his last six starts. Kurt hasn’t really played well in front of a home crowd but he is in good form so it will be interesting to see if he can this week, especially at these odds.
Try Joel Dahmen 150/1 – SportingBet
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