- AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am to invites a huge field of contestants, including 156 professional and 156 amateur players
- Tiger Woods is most likely going to skip the 2020 event still recovering from the 2019 season
- Phil Mickelson will seek to climb back into world’s top 50 this year, starting with the American Express on February 16
With the PGA TOUR is full swing, the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am definitely has its place on the calendar.
Running from February 6 through February 9 at the Pebble Beach Golf Links, among a few others, and offering a $7,800,000 prize purse, the event is definitely one of the biggest excitements for golf fans throughout the U.S.
Hosted by the Monterey Peninsula Foundation, Pebble Beach manages to draw thousands of on-site fans and clocks millions of spectators, turning into one of the milestone golf pow-wows of the year.
PGA Tour 2020 AT&T Pebble Beach Odds
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Your Quick Guide to AT&T Pebble Beach
Players are welcome to a rotation of three distinct terrains, to name Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill and Monterey Peninsula Country Club, each of which comes with its distinct challenges and breadth.
Participants looking to make an entry come from all walks of the golf world, with 156 professionals and just as many amateurs joining in along with celebrities who have a penchant for golf.
Tiger Woods to Skip, Phil Mickelson Back
Tiger Woods won his 15th major during The Masters in 2019 and he is still definitely one of the strongest contenders. Yet, as is his wont, he may actually opt out of the event, as he is still in recover after an intense 2019.
Woods has played AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Amm on multiple occasions and he has himself admitted to loving the event because of the terrain challenges.
On the plus side, Phil Mickelson should hit Pebble Beach without giving it a second thought after securing the title in the 2019 tournament. An established player with a big appetite for the game, Mickelson has seen a bit of a slump in his performance.
For starters, he dropped out of the world’s top 50 for the first time since 1993, which definitely could dispirit even a well-seasoned veteran as Mickelson. Yet, he seems to be back in full swing for the AT&T event.
He is also taking part in the American Expressed played from January 16 through January 19, for a chance to break into his stride ahead of the big event. Other noteworthy personalities who will be joining the AT&T Pebble Beach include Jason Day, Darius Rucker, Kelly Slater.
2019 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Results
Last year, Mickelson crowned the leaderboard, followed by Paul Casey and Scott Stallings. Jason Day and Si Woo Kim came close to contesting the first spot, but didn’t quite catch up to Mickelson’s 7-under 65. A little older today, Mickelson still has it in him.
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