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The PGA Tour rounds out the multi-course portion of the schedule with the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Pebble Beach Golf Links of course hots, with Spyglass Hill and Monterey Peninsula Country Club's Shore Course rounding out the rotation. Get ready for three days of long rounds, crapshoot scoring and a likely David vs. Goliath-kind of showdown for the title on Sunday.
This field is deep. Most of the top 50 is here, including players making their way over from the Middle East on the European Tour schedule.
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2019 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am rankings: Top 10 picks
1. Jason Day -- Day is the rare animal in this field who consistently racks up top-15 finishes in this event. He did very well at Torrey Pines, so his form is on point, too.
2. Matt Kuchar -- Kuchar was in the thick of it on Sunday in Phoenix, looking for a third win this season. He fell apart a bit with a few double-crosses, but his game is strong.
3. Dustin Johnson -- Johnson plays this event well, and he loves Pebble Beach. But how gassed will he be after a long flight from Saudi Arabia, coming off a win?
4. Patrick Cantlay -- In concept, Cantlay's personality shouldn't work in this pro-am format. Doesn't seem like his thing. But he's such a consistent golfer, he should be solid.
5. Tony Finau -- Finau missed the cut in Phoenix, which was a bit surprising. However, that's a blip on a year-long radar of top-10s.
6. Tommy Fleetwood -- Fleetwood should probably be higher on this list, but he's making a transatlantic flight to compete after a solid finish in Dubai.
7. Phil Mickelson -- Phil has to be on this list despite missing the cut in Phoenix. T-2 in Palm Springs, as tournament host and in a pro-am format, is a more important comparison point.
8. Sungjae Im -- I've been looking forward to getting Im back on this list. He's been in the top 16 in three of his last four starts, and he's looking comfortable on the PGA Tour.
9. Patrick Reed -- I'd rank Reed higher if he weren't coming back from Saudi Arabia. He's been playing well of late and seems to thrive in this format.
10. Jordan Spieth -- Like Rickie Fowler in this slot last week, it doesn't feel right. Fowler should've been higher. I think Spieth should be lower. But Spieth loves this event results-wise.
My primary DraftKings lineup
- Jason Day - $10,900
- Adam Hadwin - $8,700
- Sungjae Im - $8,400
- Rafa Cabrera Bello - $8,300
- Roberto Castro - $6,900
- Brian Gay - $6,800
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