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The California swing is underway, and with Phoenix and Los Angeles out in the distance and a thriller at Torrey Pines in the rearview mirror, this week’s coverage turns to an iconic golf course with a field that lacks a bit of pop. There are still plenty of storylines, but Saudi International has swiped some of the biggest players in the world, which means the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am reaps the consequences of all that money thrown around at the top of the world.
Event: AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am | Dates: Feb. 3-6
Location: Pebble Beach Golf Links, Spyglass Hill Golf Course, Monterey Peninsula Country Club – Pebble Beach, Calif.
Par: 72/72/71 | Purse: $8.7 million | Live Stream: Watch Here
How to watch the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am live stream online
The best way to stream the 2022 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am online is with PGA Tour Live on Hesgoal TV. PGA Tour Live will stream extensive coverage of the event from 11:30 a.m.-6 p.m. ET on Thursday and Friday, 11:30 am.-7 p.m. ET on Saturday, and 10:30 a.m. ET-6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, in addition to featured group coverage. Sign up for an Hesgoal TV free account here to start streaming instantly.
How to watch the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am on TV
Golf Channel and CBS will share TV coverage of the 2022 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Golf Channel will provide coverage of the first two rounds and early coverage on the weekend, with CBS taking over for the heart of the third and final rounds. Check out the full TV schedule below:-
- Thursday, February 3: 11:30 a.m.-6 p.m. ET (Golf Channel, ESPN+)
- Friday, February 4: 3-6 p.m. ET (Golf Channel, ESPN+)
- Saturday, February 5: 1-3 p.m. ET (Golf Channel, ESPN+); 3-7 p.m. ET (CBS, ESPN+)
- Sunday, February 6: 1-3 p.m. ET (Golf Channel, ESPN+); 3-6:30 p.m. ET (CBS, ESPN+)
Three things to know
Zalatoris bounced: Last week’s runner-up and one of the favorites this week, Will Zalatoris, was a scratch on Tuesday after he tested positive for COVID-19. He had a real “I’m going to back up that near-miss with a victory at Pebble” vibe going, and I was going to pick him. Regardless, the landscape of the event has changed, and Patrick Cantlay’s odds to win as the favorite went to 15/2 following the news.
Jason Day’s resurgence: I’m interested to see if Day’s top 10 last week is a harbinger (he said afterward he could win five or 10 times in a year?!) or a one-off that simply gets him back into the top 100 in the Official World Golf Rankings. He’s thrived at Pebble in the past, but his 2.78 strokes gained per round last week at Torrey was his best number since fall 2020. It was genuine fun to see him mixing it up with the top of the board, and he did a lot of it the way he used to do it – with bombs off the tee and a scorching hot putter (Day was essentially the best putter in the world for most of 2015-2017). Hopefully, we see more of the same again this weekend.
Spieth? After gaining strokes on approach shots in all but one measured tournament in 2021 leading into the Tour Championship, Spieth has now lost strokes on approach in his last four, and over the last 20 rounds, he’s 56th in this field in strokes gained tee to green. Again, this is not a great field, and Spieth is not in the top 50 in a very important category. The flip side of that is the sample size is small and he’s been awesome at Pebble over the course of his career (of players in the field with 15 or more rounds played here, only Jason Day and Patrick Cantlay have been better). I can’t take credit for noticing this trend – my colleague, Rick Gehman, first pointed it out – but now it’s all I’m thinking about heading into Pebble week.
Saudi steal: The field at the Saudi International includes Dustin Johnson, Bryson DeChambeau, Xander Schauffele, Tony Finau, Patrick Reed, Tommy Fleetwood, Paul Casey, Sergio Garcia, and Phil Mickelson, which is a long way from Pebble, which has just three of the top 20 players in the world. To receive a release from the PGA Tour to play in the Saudi International, these players had to promise to play in the Pebble Beach Pro-Am at some point. The future is not this week, however, and one of the formerly preeminent non-majors on the Tour suffers as a result of the fact that so many players at the Saudi International are receiving eye-popping appearance fees.
Grading the field
Though the field is down, there are still some intriguing stories in addition to Spieth and Day. Patrick Cantlay is going for his third win in 11 starts, and Daniel Berger is trying to repeat as champion here after a lights-out last 12 months. Throw in Matt Fitzpatrick and Justin Rose, and there should still be a lot to watch for on the weekend.