The field includes Fleetwood, DJ, Day, Mickelson and Scott as Pebble hosts in its 100th year ahead of the US Open returning in June
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Preview, TV Times
The Pebble Beach Pro-Am returns this week, the penultimate event of the West Coast Swing before the Tour heads south to Mexico and then east to Florida.
The tournament is always a fan favourite, with big names from the golf world, big names from the celebrity world and some of the greatest courses on the planet on show.
The field also includes viral social media sensation Hosung Choi who has received a sponsors invitation into the event.
The Korean will surely provide some entertainment for US and European golf fans who won’t have had the chance to see much of him outside of the social media landscape.
Last year, Ted Potter Jr won his second PGA Tour title by three from Day, DJ, Mickelson and Chez Reavie.
The event takes place across three courses – Pebble Beach, Monterrey Peninsula CC and Spyglass Hill – with the final day hosted at Pebble.
It’s a huge year for Pebble Beach which celebrates its 100th anniversary. The course will be on our screens later in the year when it hosts the US Open for the sixth time.
The weather looks fairly mild for the week with temperatures peaking at around 13 degrees celsius and breezy conditions forecast.
California has experienced some bad storms and floods in the past week or so and conditions will likely be wet.
Winning scores have ranged from -11 to -22 in the last decade. Brandt Snedeker’s 2015 total of 265 (-22) is the record.
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AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
Pebble Beach Golf Links, Pebble Beach California
How to watch the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
Thursday 8 – Sky Sports Golf and Main Event from 4pm
Friday 9 – Sky Sports Golf and Main Event from 4pm
Saturday 10 – Sky Sports Golf from 6pm
Sunday 11 – Sky Sports Golf from 6pm, Sky Sports Main Event from 10pm
Not a Sky Sports customer and want to watch the Pebble Beach Pro-Am?
Jason Day – The Aussie has finished inside the top-six in four of the last six years and comes to the tournament off of a T5 at the Farmers Insurance Open
Dustin Johnson – The former World Number One may be a bit jet lagged after his Saudi win but he has played some great golf around Pebble Beach over the years including two wins and a 54-hole lead at the 2010 US Open
Phil Mickelson – Lefty could match Mark O’Meara’s record of five Pebble Beach Pro-Am titles and is in decent form too after his runner-up at the Desert Classic
Key hole: 17th. Although so many holes at Pebble Beach are standouts, the 17th is a long par 3 with a tiny green surrounded by sand where par can almost feel like birdie – this hole could well decide the tournament. It was the site of Tom Watson’s chip-in birdie in 1982 where he went on to win his only US Open.
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