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Has to be Chez Reavie!

(already backed with Poddy Power ....200/1 for the US Open)

Excited

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By:
HeinzGuderian
When: 04 Feb 19 10:40
Mickelson loves Pebble, and I think he has a great chance to complete his full house of Majors, when the U.S. Open returns here in June.
Scotty and Big Dusty also onside! Excited
By:
lewisham ranger
When: 04 Feb 19 10:48
like j-day for this.
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 04 Feb 19 14:36
WINNERS...Devil

2018 Ted Potter Jr. 270 -17 by 3 strokes from Mickelson, Reavie, Day
2017 Jordan Spieth 268 −19 by 4 strokes    from Kelly Kraft
2016 Vaughn Taylor 270 −17 by 1 swing from Phil Mickelson
2015 Brandt Snedeker (his 2nd win) 265 −22 by 3 strokes    from Nick Watney
2014 Jimmy Walker 276 −11 by 1 stroke from Dustin Johnson Jim Renner           
2013 Brandt Snedeker 267 −19 2 strokes Chris Kirk           
2012 Phil Mickelson (4th time) 269 −17 2 strokes Charlie Wi
2011 DA Points 271 −15 2 strokes Hunter Mahan
2010 Dustin Johnson (2nd time) 270 −16 1 stroke    from David Duval JB Holmes
2009 Dustin Johnson 201    −15 4 strokes from Mike Weir (Weather-shortened)
2008 Steve Lowery 278 −10  in a Playoff    Vijay Singh
2007 Phil Mickelson (Win #3) 268 −20 5 strokes    Kevin Sutherland

CHEZ REAVIE arrived early (presume he hopes to go one better this year)...

https://uk.flightaware.com/live/flight/EJA658/history/20190204/0006Z/KSDL/KMRY
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 04 Feb 19 14:37
NO RORY (or his Dad) this year, but SHANE LOWRY is back for the fifth time (43, 14, 41, 21st in 2015 his last four)

https://www.pebblebeach.com/insidepebblebeach/
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 04 Feb 19 14:46
All 3 courses are used over the first 3 days; T60 pro's + ties + 60 amateurs play Pebble Sunday so mdf applies to restrict field size. HTH

Pebble Beach (Neville & Grant 1919) Par72, 6,800yds Linksie feel but only 9 holes by the water with the smallest Poa Annua greens on the PGA Tour.
Monterey Shore (Bob Baldock 1962; Mike Stranz 2004) Par71, 6,850yds another seaside links with 13 holes by the water Bigger Poa Annua greens than the other two and the easiest course of the three by a shot or two.
Spyglass Hill (Robert Trent Jones Sr 1966) Par72, 6,960yds also with small Poa Annua greens.
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 04 Feb 19 14:50
SAME EVERY YEAR... (yawn) Devil


DON'T EXPECT TO SEE ALOT OF GOLF THIS WEEK - it's a fun ProAm event after all..... with RICH CELEBS and BIG business egos.

lewisham ranger • February 9, 2017 7:43 PM GMT
is this coverage a joke? 45 mins in and haven't seen a single live shot of johnson, spieth, day etc
all we are seeing instead is boring interviews with lumbering ceos
no wonder golf is struggling to bring new people into the game if this is meant to be the norm

Total Bosman • February 9, 2017 8:04 PM GMT
Get used to it, worst coverage of the year if you want to watch actual golf.

crystalhunt • February 9, 2017 8:11 PM GMT
If Bill Murray turns up I'm off.

therhino • February 9, 2017 8:16 PM GMT
Don't ever remember all the day 1 leaders coming from Spyglass.  Could be a serious piece of luck for those playing there today if the weather settles down tomorrow and Saturday.

Total Bosman • February 9, 2017 8:19 PM GMT
Luck of the draw looks with the guys on Spyglass, Monterey should be easiest but they seem to be getting blown away.

Can't Catch Me • February 10, 2017 8:39 PM GMT
Coverage worse than ever. Spieth two clear and only seen one shot that was ten mins old

Jack_Kray • February 11, 2017 7:21 PM GMT
Was hoping for decent coverage of the pros on the host course today. Hope it's not blanket coverage of that unfunny cnt Bill Murray in his dungarees and silly hat.

crystalhunt • February 11, 2017 8:17 PM GMT
I'm with you Jack - awful man. He's a national treasure though in the states, amazingly.

Total Bosman • February 12, 2017 10:05 PM GMT
Nothing more boring than watching a guy doing just enough.

padlock • February 12, 2017 10:37 PM GMT
Esp 6 hour of it


CM iyc Devil
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 04 Feb 19 14:51
https://uk.flightaware.com/live/flight/EJA658/history/20190204/1906Z/KLAS/KMRY

On my way from Vegas !
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 04 Feb 19 15:07
NEWBIES = no chance ?

Tommy Fleetwood
Matthew Fitzpatrick
Sung-Jae Im
Doug Ghim
Cameron Champ
Dylan Frittelli
Wyndham Clark
Anders Albertson
Peter Uihlein
Kyle Jones
Curtis Luck
+19 others incl. Dru Love
By:
maleuk01.
When: 04 Feb 19 21:40
Dont like this tourney one bit.

watching Raymond (who luvs Raymond, not me!!) fart arsing about with bill murray and the macmanus bunch claiming they are off 24 when they are single figured golfers.
By:
HeinzGuderian
When: 05 Feb 19 10:16
It's not the greatest sporting spectacle on the planet, I'll give you that. But because of the US Open at Pebble, it is of interest.

Dustin Johnson   8.66   £14.00    £107.20
Adam Scott       30.88  £14.00    £418.36
Phil Mickelson   32.00  £10.00    £310.00
Chez Reavie      45.83  £6.00     £269.00
£44.00
By:
DickTurpin
When: 05 Feb 19 11:30
AT&T Pebble Beach Selections -     

J Day @11
P Casey @46
B Harkins @380

GL all playing.............
By:
therhino
When: 05 Feb 19 13:17
Day backer signing in as well, seems cherry ripe for this.
By:
StillLearning
When: 05 Feb 19 21:16
cabrera-bello e/w and finau win
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 05 Feb 19 21:41
A BAD WEATHER FORECAST has a lot of oK golfers withdrawing...Kokrak, Kyle Stanley, Kevin Na, Kirk... + Singh, Streb, Schwartzel, Hoffmann, Haas & Carlos Ortiz to mention a few.

Note as Pebble is set to host this year's US Open, we won't expect that to influence the scoring this week - during the 2010 edition, Pebble played to an average of 71.56 during the Pro-Am but 74.983 once the USGA got hold of the course setup and pin placements (GMac won his only Major, same as DJ in 2016).
With 156 amateurs playing the 3 courses, they give them easier pins to deal with compared to most events, and little penalty for finding the rough, to avoid the six-n-half hour rounds. And yes, the pace of play is like the poa annua greens this week - SLOW.

Birdie machines to watch - most birdies-or-better gained since January - Talor Gooch (but left us down last week), Adam Hadwin, Brandon Harkins & Andrew Putnam. Devil
By:
mengmeng
When: 06 Feb 19 08:11
not a fan of multi course events but for some reason i tend to do quite well on them, seems to be so many that can have a solid casemade for them this week, i am passing on DJ even though he obviously has a good chance,his price just seems a bit low. so a few more selections than the one or two i normally make but i couldnt cut the list down any further then 5 players, they are

Spieth- 2 points eachway
Kuchar- 1 point eachway
Snedeker- 1 point eahway
Mickleson- 1 point eachway
Day-     2 points win only
By:
therhino
When: 06 Feb 19 09:49
Gotta remember to check the weather here when looking for your long shots - looks like Friday is the day to be at Spyglass if this is accurate: https://www.windfinder.com/forecast/pebble_beach_lone_cypress

Most of the big guns are there Friday - DJ, Day, Spieth, Cantlay, Phil, Ponce, Reed and Kuch.
By:
jedi sophie
When: 06 Feb 19 10:07
Interesting Rhino,3,4 of them were on my radar.
Just the coverage from memory stopping me having a real involvement.
Remarkably slow and boring first few days.
By:
mengmeng
When: 06 Feb 19 11:53
for sure therhino, the weather was certainly in my thinking
By:
Total Bosman
When: 06 Feb 19 14:04
Yes, at first glance most of the big names look to have the better draw.  Isn't that remarkable luck for the organisers.
By:
mengmeng
When: 06 Feb 19 15:16
that a cynical view TB im sure it was indeed just luck of the draw! :)
By:
lewisham ranger
When: 06 Feb 19 17:44
beautiful venue. worth watching for the views alone.
By:
jedi sophie
When: 06 Feb 19 19:15
Be seeing more views than shots,can assure you of that,more interviews,asskissing and various other nonsense too.
Until back 9 Sunday.
By:
sewter lives again
When: 06 Feb 19 20:33
3 against the field

Sneds, Finau and Scott

gl if you're playing
By:
therhino
When: 06 Feb 19 21:08
Cantlay WD
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 06 Feb 19 22:22
Maybe back CANTLAY next week at The Genesis Open (4th last year at Riviera). Colt Knost also takes a pass this week. Billy Hurley III is in the field.

48yo 'Captain' Furyk makes his first start this year (playing with amateur Tony Romo) - his 21st appearance at this event with 5 T10s but just one T25 in his last eight visits.
By:
therhino
When: 07 Feb 19 01:20
Wonder what the odds are of Romo beating Furyk in stroke play.
By:
therhino
When: 07 Feb 19 13:07
Can't look past those starting at the shore course. Light winds Thursday, protected by trees on Friday and very light winds at Pebble on Saturday which is when you want to be there. Have therefore come up with a couple of radically wild selections - DJ and Day. Hopefully it is that simple.
By:
sewter lives again
When: 07 Feb 19 13:25
if Romo's golf skills are as good as his commentary skills he is in for a good tournament

imo he is the best ex-player sports commentator
By:
therhino
When: 07 Feb 19 13:54
I concur. He is amazing in the booth.
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 07 Feb 19 14:14
Purse: $7,600,000 - $1,368,000 to the winner who also receives 500 FedEx Cup points, an exemption on the PGA Tour through the 2020-2021 season and invitations to the 2019 Players, 2019 Masters, 2019 PGA Championship and 2020 Sentry Tournament of Champions.

Notable tee times:

Monterey Peninsula Shore Course
11:11 a.m. off No. 1 – Dustin Johnson and Wayne Gretzky, Jordan Spieth and Jake Owen
11:22 a.m. off No. 1 – DA Points and Bill Murray, Pat Perez and Michael Lund
11:55 a.m. off No. 1 – Phil Mickelson and Scott Ozanus, Patrick Reed and Jimmy Dunne
12:17 p.m. off No. 1 – Jerry Kelly and Aaron Rodgers, Hosung Choi and Chris O’Donnell

11:22 a.m. off No. 10 – Jason Day and Jim Lentz, Mackenzie Hughes and Andrew Wilson
12:06 p.m. off No. 10 – Matt Kuchar and Geoff Yang, Davis Love III and Al Walker

Spyglass Hill
11:22 a.m. off No. 10 – Cody Gribble and Finley Ewing IV, Ted Potter Jr. and T. Scott Law
1:01 p.m. off No. 10 – Hunter Mahan and Tom Dundon, Jim Furyk and Tony Romo

Pebble Beach Golf Links
11:11 a.m. off No. 1 – Tony Finau and Shantanu Narayen, Scott Piercy and Jin Roy Ryu
12:06 p.m. off No. 1 – Brandt Snedeker and Aneel Bhusri, Matthew Fitzpatrick and George Still
1:01 p.m. off No. 1 – Graeme McDowell and Ed Brown, Paul Casey and Don Colleran

This is the 78th playing of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Actor/singer Bing Crosby created both the tournament and its format. Sam Snead won the 18-hole weather-shortened inaugural event in 1937. Nine of the T25 in the OWGR (#3 Dustin Johnson) in the field.
President Donald Trump has played this event seven times between 1993 and 2006 but never made the cut. In 1993, Trump made a hole-in-one on the 12th hole at Spyglass Hill with a 5-iron. Afterwards, he was quoted as saying “I just hope I don’t have to buy drinks for 25,000 people.”
By:
lewisham ranger
When: 07 Feb 19 14:20
day, Spieth, bozzelli and scott my only bets.
By:
lewisham ranger
When: 07 Feb 19 14:27
no, I tell a lie, I've backed Cameron davis as well.

anyway gl all.
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 07 Feb 19 15:08
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Tom Dreesen
Larry Fitzgerald
Colt Ford
Andy Garcia
Wayne Gretzky
Chris Harrison
Toby Keith
Thomas Keller
Greg Kinnear
Huey Lewis
Michael Peña
Pat Monahan
Chris O’Donnell
Jake Owen
Alfonso Ribeiro
Aaron Rodgers
Ray Romano
Tony Romo
Joe Don Rooney
Darius Rucker
Matt Ryan
Kelly Slater
Larry the Cable Guy
Clay Walker
Adrian Young
By:
mengmeng
When: 07 Feb 19 15:37
i cant seem to shake the feeling that this is the week Spieth puts it all together, the last few times i have had this feeling  were Webb Simpson last year and Kuchar a few weeks ago. As they say Class is permanent and it is only a matter of time till the putts start dropping again and he comes good.
By:
Total Bosman
When: 07 Feb 19 19:04
My big price darts this week are Els, Gay and Every.  Should've probably mentioned that before Every was -4 thru 4.
By:
jedi sophie
When: 07 Feb 19 19:15
My bets are DJ n Day n Kuch.This is going too well early.Something must go wrong.
Pitch n putt. So in similar boat TB. I merely intimated.

Yet lots struggling badly.

If don't name all bets on here now you get slaughtered? Not like before,trading to be done,not just picking winners is it?
By:
lewisham ranger
When: 07 Feb 19 19:19
yes good idea to go top-heavy. feels like this is a good period for the favourites, fowler and dj winning last week, rose and dechambeau the week before that. respect DJ but have a very strong feeling for Day this week, couldn't back them both really just can't bring myself to back two golfers in single figures.

think Spieth will try and peak for the masters. at the moment he's one step forward two steps backward.
By:
jedi sophie
When: 07 Feb 19 19:23
They weren't single figures LR....
Got in there anyway TB.Now 5 thru 5ExcitedLaugh
By:
Total Bosman
When: 07 Feb 19 19:23
I post very few of my bets but if I ever do land the jackpot on an outsider I don't want to be accused of aftertiming.

Few good scores coming from Spyglass today, and those boys have Pebble in the bad stuff tomorrow, going to be a struggle to win from that wave.
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