Our three best tips for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am
February 2, 2023
The 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am kicks off on Thursday in northern California. This PGA Tour event is special because it combines the top golfers on the PGA Tour with celebrities. Among the celebrities participating this year are Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, and actor Bill Murray. Here are three of the golfers we like the most this week.
1) Jordan Spieth
The four-time major champion from Dallas will try to put the embarrassing situation in Hawaii last month behind him. Spieth became only the sixth golfer ever to go from leading the tournament after round one to missing the cut. Spieth has had success at Pebble Beach before. He won the tournament in 2017 after posting a four round score of -19 and beating Kelly Kraft of the United States by four strokes.
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2) Matt Fitzpatrick
The 2022 United States Open champion is now 10th in the world. Fitzpatrick has been incredibly consistent since his major title last June. He has made the cut in 12 of his last 13 events, and has had eight top 15 performances. The only missed cut came at the European PGA Tour stop in Valderrama, Spain this past October.
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3) Viktor Hovland
This Norwegian star is right behind Fitzpatrick and currently 11th in the world. Ironically, Hovland has similar statistics to Fitzpatrick over the last several months. Like Fitzpatrick, he has made 12 of the last 13 cuts in events he has been a participant in. The only missed cut was the 2022 Scottish Open leading up to the British Open.
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