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2018 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am - Predictions & TV Schedule

This page has TV schedule and predictions for 2018 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. The defending champion is Jordan Spieth. The 2018 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am is set for February 8-11 in Monterey County, California.

TV Schedule
*Subject to change, error

February 8 - Round 1 - Golf Channel (3 PM ET)
February 9 - Round 2 - Golf Channel (3 PM ET)
February 10 - Round 3 - CBS (4 PM ET) *Golf Channel (2 PM ET)
February 11 - Final Round - CBS (3 PM ET) *Golf Channel (1 PM ET)

Trends / Predictions

✪ The two players who should be on everyone's fantasy team this week are Dustin Johnson and Phil Mickelson. Both players have enjoyed much success at this venue, combining for 6 titles and 2 runner-up finishes. They are entering this week in fine form. Johnson blew away the field in Kapulua, winning the Tournament of Champions by eight shots. Mickelson found form last week in Phoenix with a top-5 finish.

Former winners in field: Phil Mickelson (4), Dustin Johnson (2), Brandt Snedeker (2), Jordan Spieth, Jimmy Walker, D.A. Points, Vaughn Taylor, Vijay Singh

✪ This is one of only a handful of pro-am events on tour. The tournament is contested on three courses and has a 54-hole cut. Players have to quickly adapt to the different courses and expertly cope with the social aspect of a pro-am. Some players handle these elements well; others do not handle them as well. The courses in the rotation are generally short in length compared to PGA Tour standards. However, they feature some of the smallest greens on tour. Also, the conditions can formidable when winds are up.

Driving Distance: Trey Mullinax, Jason Day, Luke List, Bubba Watson, Gary Woodland
GIR: Jordan Spieth, Rafa Cabrera Bello, Kevin Streelman, Pat Perez, Branden Grace
SG Around the Green: Aaron Baddeley, Patrick Reed, Dustin Johnson, Chez Reavie, Brandt Snedeker

✪ Recent form is typically a good predictor of success for events contested on multiple courses. When you play well, the number of courses matters less. Case in point, Jon Rahm won the CareerBuilder (on his second start there) after finishing second to Dustin Johnson in Kapulua.

FedEx Cup: Jon Rahm, Pat Perez, Gary Woodland, Austin Cook, Dustin Johnson
Last-Start Performance: G. Woodland (win), Jason Day (win), D. Johnson (win), Chez Reavie (2nd), Phil Mickelson (T5)
Confidence Index: 1. Dustin Johnson 2. Phil Mickelson 3. Jason Day 4. Brandt Snedeker 5. Gary Woodland

Staff's Prediction: Dustin Johnson wins 2018 Pebble Beach Pro-Am

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