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THE PGA Tour heads from the Phoenix desert to Pebble Beach in California this week.

And after Brooks Koepka's final round heroics, and the Jordan Spieth show on Saturday it really feels like we could be in for another treat.


There are no amateurs this year, due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the pros are still playing in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

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Patrick Cantlay is the favourite this week ahead of Daniel Berger and Paul Casey.

But Spieth is back in the field and is around 20-1 with most bookies.

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am tips

Hot tip: Jordan Spieth, 20-1

Easy to read too much into his share of fourth behind Brooks Koepka last week, when he was the joint leader after 54 holes following a brilliant third round 61, but every part of his game seemed to be working well.

The fact that he clearly likes this course also helps. He won here in 2017 and posted a top ten finish 12 months ago when he was playing like a weekend hacker most rounds.

Medium price: Kevin Streelman: 35-1

Had plenty of big names behind him when he finished runner-up to shock winner Nick Taylor of Canada at Pebble last year, and clocked up two more top three finishes as he went in search of his first victory since 2014.

If that elusive win is going to come, this is the most likely place for it to happen.

That runner-up finish last year was his third successive top ten over the California links, and if it blows a bit that will only improve his chances.

Long(ish) shot: Matthew NeSmith, 55-1

No-one among the three figure chances makes much appeal, but Nesmith has been in good form recently with several top twenty finishes – including a share of seventh in Phoenix last week, after shooting an eye-catching 63 in the first round.

Finished in a share of eleventh in his debut at Pebble Beach a year ago, and the 27 year old former Kraft Tour winner looks capable of opening his account at the higher level before too long.



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