Pebble Beach Pro-Am Picks

I’m writing this after a disastrous night in basketball for the second time in three days, so the enthusiasm I was anticipating writing this with I assume will be completely absent. Maybe I should just bet on golf from now on.

Last week’s picks:

Bubba Watson +110/+900

Hideki Matsuyama +225/+2000

J.B. Holmes +260/+2200

Webb Simpson +400/+5000

Si Woo Kim +600/+8000

Martin Laird +600/+5000

Graham DeLaet +600/+7500

Scott Piercy +700/+7500

William McGirt +1000/+15000

Bryce Molder +2500/+30000

We cashed out in four spots last week, to end up +3385 and +6.77 units for myself. Matsuyama’s late comeback and playoff win was obviously huge, but the biggest winner was actually Molder finishing in the top-10. A lot of those guys were in the mix on the weekend.

Did you know this guy was good at golf? If you don’t know, that’s the only country rap artist to ever exist – Colt Ford – and he’s a 2 handicap.

This week is the Pebble Beach Pro-Am, which makes things different than most weeks. There’s the element of celebrities playing with some of the pros, but more relevant to gambling is the fact that they play three different courses – Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill, and Monterey Peninsula. There’s a 54-hole cut.

With that, it’s tougher to rely on players’ previous history on one course. Those who make the cut will only play Pebble Beach twice. There’s some big names playing this week – Spieth, Day, Snedeker, Johnson, Mickelson, Watson – so it’s pretty top heavy as far as gambling odds goes. Let’s get to it.

PICKS:

Dustin Johnson -115/+900

Brandt Snedeker +115/+1200

Phil Mickelson +150/+1800

J.B. Holmes +220/+2200

Kevin Na +300/+3500

Shane Lowry +350/+4500

Bryce Molder +750/+9000

William McGirt +800/+12500

Aaron Baddeley +1200/+15000

Greg Owen +1700/+22500

Alex Prugh +2300/+30000

Last week I played three lineups in Draft Kings and two of them paid out and one was six points from the money, so I thought I’d throw in a couple of the other guys I’m plugging into those lineups this week that aren’t the higher priced names.

Danny Lee $8,400

Jason Bohn $7,700

Daniel Summerhays $7,500

Andrew Loupe $7,400

Si Woo Kim $7,400

Jon Curran $7,300

Colt Knost $7,300

Kevin Streelman $7,300

Pat Perez $7,000

Ryan Ruffels $6,500

Alex Cejka $6,500

Jim Herman $6,400

DA Points $6,100

 

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