Mickelson has done quite well at Pebble Beach for gamblers that make a golf bet. He won last year for golf betting gamblers and has won two of the past three years. Golf betting gamblers will be able to watch the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am on the Golf Channel and on CBS. Golfers will be playing for part of a $5.6 million purse. The golfers rotate to Poppy Hills, Spyglass Hill and Pebble Beach Golf Links Thursday through Saturday.
The field is cut on Saturday night and the top 60 professional scores and the top 25 pro-am teams play Pebble Beach on Sunday. Phil Mickelson won the 2007 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am for golf betting gamblers. The 2008 field will consist of 180 professionals and 180 amateurs. One professional is paired with one amateur during the tournament. Two years ago Aaron Oberholser took the title while Mickelson won for golf betting gamblers in 2006. Vijay Singh won for gamblers that made a golf bet in 2004. Davis Love III won for golf betting gamblers in 2003. In 2002 Matt Gogel won for golf betting gamblers while Davis Love III won in 2001 for gamblers that made a golf bet. Tiger Woods won for golf betting gamblers in 2000.
The PGA Tour AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am was originally founded by entertainer Bing Crosby in the late 1930s, and until the 1980’s the tournament had Crosby’s name. The 2008 tournament will be held February 7th through the 10th for gamblers looking to make a golf bet.
Phil Mickelson won the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am title last year, winning by five shots over Kevin Sutherland. Mickelson finished at 20 under par with rounds of 66, 65, 67 and 70, for a 20-under-par total of 268. Golf betting gamblers should know that Mickelson holds the record with that 268 with Mark O’Meara. The course record according to golf betting experts is 62. It was done by Tom Kite and David Duval at Pebble Beach, Matt Gogel at Poppy Hills and Phil Mickelson and Luke Donald at Spyglass Hill. Golf betting experts know that the players to win the tournament two straight years were Sam Snead, Cary Middlecoff, Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson and Mark O’Meara. Golf betting gamblers may want to know that the tournament winner has also won the pro-am title seven times.