2019 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Sleeper Picks

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Sleeper PicksThe PGA Tour stays on the California coast with the 2019 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Once again the tournament is played on 3 different courses making picking sleeper picks for the AT&T Pro-Am a bit more challenging. Throw in a bunch of celebrities on to the iconic Pebble Beach course with the Tour Pros and you have an event that truly can be a crap shoot for DFS fantasy golf players.

Each golfer this week will play a round on each of the following courses: Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill and The Monterey Peninsula Shore Course. Golfers that finish in the top 60 with ties will make the cut after the third round on Saturday and will play at Pebble Beach on Sunday for the final round.

To complicate things each player is paired up with a celebrity amateur to play with during the week and it takes a lot of patience for some golfers to endure this week with amateur partners with rounds sometimes going six hours because of the celebrities and their antics. There are some celebrity golfers that are very good and don’t slow down the play…then there are the others!

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Expert Draftkings Sleeper Picks for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Golf Course

Pebble Beach Golf Links par 72 – 6,816 yards

Spyglass Hill Golf Club par 72 - 6,953 yards

Monterey Peninsula CC’s Shore course Par 71 - 6,958 yards

As we’ve seen so far in 2019 with the tournaments that are played on multiple courses, it can be pretty tough to fully breakdown exactly what stats to focus on for the week. Historically, this AT&T Pro-Am has been dominated by strong iron players. All three course are fairly short (under 7000 yards) and Monterey is generally regarded as the easiest of the 3. The winners usually have an average drive of less than 300 yards on the week making this more of a second shot event with GIR% being one of the key stats to keep an eye on. The greens also are fairly small so that stat comes into play for that too.

Because the greens are a bit smaller, golfers will miss the greens so look at Scrambling stats and short iron play when making fantasy golf picks. The rough is generally pretty forgiving since half of the field is made up of amateurs and they don’t want to see them hacking all week out of the rough so strong short iron players get a bit of an advantage there too.

All three courses have POA greens so keep an eye on golfers that have good stats putting on that surface since putting will be key to taking advantage of the birdie chances that come up.

The weather can take all of your research and analysis and throw it out the window this week too! The wind can become a big factor with all three courses being along the coastline. If there is a day that will be particularly windy maybe target golfers that play Spyglass on the windiest of days since it is somewhat protected from the wind by the trees.

Although you want to always aim to have all of your golfers make the cut for your DFS lineups, this is one of the tournaments that you may get away with one golfer missing the cut line. It is a smaller tournament cut of 60 and ties but because the cut happens after Saturday’s round you can get scoring from all your players for 3 rounds and you’ll only lose points for the Sunday for a MC. This gives you a bit of leeway in picking Sleepers for the Pebble Beach tournament and allows you to focus more on some of the favorites to win this week which will ultimately decide on whether you win or lose money this week playing daily fantasy golf.

Summary of key Stats:

Greens in Regulation percentage (GIR%)

Strokes gained around the green

Birdie or Better %

Strokes Gained: Approach

Ball Striking

Scrambling

Par 4 Scoring

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2019 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Sleeper Picks

Matt Jones - Jones is a super inconsistent player, but he has a good history at Pebble Beach in his career, making 8 of 10 cuts with a T11 in 2016, T7 in 2015, T15 in 2011 and a T10 in 2010. So far in 2019 he hasn’t really impressed much which would make Matt Jones more of a longshot pick than a Sleeper Pick for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Jones’ success at Pebble Beach has been his approach game because he has a solid GIR% and having played there as often as he has he has a solid course history which can be a solid asset as well.

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