PGA DFS DraftKings Tournament picks for the 2021 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am taking place February 11th thru 14th Pebble Beach, California
Welcome all, I’m back again and this time it’s DFS DraftKings picks for the PGA 2021 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. My one week streak of picking the winner sadly came to an end at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Hopefully I can start a new, much longer one here.
Last year’s AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. winner was Nick Taylor while Phil Mickelson won this tournament for the 5th time in 2019. Tedd Potter Jr. won in 2018 and Jordan Speith in 2017. And a bunch of others won before that.
There’s only 4 players on DK above 10K this week and Dustin Johnson is 12K. He just won the Saudi International and now has a crazy seven top 5 finishes in his last 9 events. Johnson’s also won this tourney twice and finished 2nd here twice. I didn’t name him below because I think he’ll still be very highly owned, even at that price. But I’ll have him in a lineup or two.
UPDATE– Dustin Johnson withdrew from the tourney on Monday, so just ignore all that.
PGA 2021 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am DFS DraftKings Top Picks
Jason Day (DK $9,500)
Day missed both cuts so far in 2021, but he’s been absolutely incredible here. Finishing top 5 in five out of the last six years (the other was T11).
Kevin Streelman ($8,900)
Streelman only has one top 10 this season, but finished 22nd last week at Waste Management after a 37th at Farmers. So he’s trending the right way and has been great here. He’s finished top 20 in 5 straight years and top 10 in the last 3 with a 6th in 2018, T7 in 2019 and 3rd in 2020.
Phil Mickelson ($8,600)
Phil hasn’t had a top 50 finish in his last 6 events and he’s expensive on DK. But not only is he a 5-time winner, he finished 3rd here last year and 2nd in both 2016 and 2018.
PGA AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am DraftKings Value Picks
Brandt Snedeker ($7,800)
I’m going back to Snedeker, who recently did well for me at Farmers. His price and ownership were very low and finished a solid 32nd. He won this event twice (2013 & 2015) and T4 in 2017.
Scott Stallings ($7,500)
Stallings finished 36 last week at the Waste Management Open, after missing his first two cuts in 2021. Before missing the cut here last year, he had 3 straight top 15 finishes, 3rd in 2019, 7th in 2018 & T14th in 2017.
That’s it for now, good luck out there and see on the next edition of…