Another great Sunday finish at the Waste Management Open led to a playoff win for Webb Simpson. All 5 guys golfers made the cut this week, but only Bubba Watson finished strong for, well Bubba. There is still a ton of golf left and the standings will continue to change. This week the tour heads to the wonderful Monterey Peninsula for the AT&T Pro-Am. The players will tee it up on 3 courses before a Saturday Afternoon cut. Let’s see who the guys like this week in the 2020 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am PGA OAD Picks.

Total $$369,125$646,812$1.219M$978,111$1.038M
Last WK $$52,601$97,212$386,900$97,212$34,675
Last WK PKMorikawaXanderBubbaXanderRickie
This WK PKStallingsHovlandDayHovlandChamp

Kevin (@KevinsDelight)

Welcome to the Monterey Peninsula.  What a beautiful piece of America. Pebble Beach is a must play if you ever get the chance.  While Pebble, MPCC, and Spyglass are TREMENDOUS properties, the event itself isn’t a great watch!  You see far too many celebrity shots and not enough PGA TOUR action, especially Thursday-Saturday. The field isn’t spectacular but does have big names like DJ, Day, Mickeltits, Spieth, and Kuchar. It’s not uncommon to get a lesser known pro win this thing!  Ted Potter, Vaughn Taylor, DA Points, etc have hoisted the trophy after 72-holes in recent years. So taking a long shot won’t hurt. I’ve looked hard at Sneds, Kuch, Day, and Cantlay. BUT, I’m off to a slow start even after 3 straight made cuts. I may punt this segment and try to bag a skin…GIMMIE SCOTT STALLINGS for the WIN!!!  Also hope nobody else picks him.  

Best of luck!

Jesse (@DFSGolfGods)

Well Rickie sure didn’t look good en route to grabbing $34K last week.  But at least I don’t have to worry about him again. I’m now $1.9 million behind first place and in need of a win.  So for the ATT Pro AM presented by a shit ton of commercials and celebs hitting terrible shots, I am going with Cameron Champ.  He played here for the first time last year and finished 28th. His form coming in appears to be picking up a bit with a 16th at the Farmers, 21st at the AMEX and a solid 14th at the TOC.  Champ is also a two time winner on tour already, so we know he can get it done. Best of luck this week!

Ruvy (@MichaelRuvolo)

Recapping last week’s OAD pick of Xander Schauffle isn’t going to take too long. Xander was in perfect position heading into Sunday and he choked, plain and simple. He played like crap. I’m not going to give the excuse that he played with JB Holmes because I watched Holmes at Torrey Pines and he was moving a lot faster. Noticeably faster so that is not an excuse. 

This week I’m going a little out of the box but not completely nose diving into the abyss. Viktor Hovalnd will be my OAD for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am. Won the US Amateur here and finished 12th at the US Open last year. He has 2 MCs in a row when he’s been a very popular choice. He won’t be as popular this week and I think he rebounds. We all know he’s a talent and this is not the best field in the world so it is a good chance for him to notch that first PGA win. 

Bubba (@bdentrek)

Bubba, no not me, Bubba Watson came through nicely last week at the WMO. A solid 3rd place finish pushes us into 1st for the group, but still a long way to go in the overall. This week with the tour heading to Pebble for the 3 course nightmare known as the AT&T Pro-Am. You can easily picture the best of the best rolling here, but at the same time we’ve seen some not so obvious players succeed at this tournament. I won’t be going for the long shot plays this week. I will keep my foot on the gas and go with a golfer that has an insane course history. He has made 7 straight made cuts, including 5 Top 6 finishes. He loves playing this tournament. He also finished 16th at the Farmers two weeks ago, another tournament he loves to play. He was one of the better POA putters on tour and if the back holds up I expect another strong finish. This week give me Jason Day for my OAD pick. 

Rob (@AllDayEvery365)

Xander’s less than spectacular Sunday caused us to plummet in the earnings category and officially feels like a wasted use of him. Plans sometimes don’t work out. 

This week, we’re going with Hovy. An MC last week should keep ownership lower, but it shouldn’t be a surprise. He played in Dubai a week before and missed the cut by one. Hovland heads to Pebble, where he’s won a US AM and finished low amateur at the US Open last year. With less than driver a majority of the time, his iron game should be on display.