Following maybe the craziest locale of the year, the PGA Tour heads to the most scenic course on the 2017-18 slate. The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am takes place this week on a three-course rotation of Spyglass Hill, Monterrey Peninsula Country Club and Pebble Beach (where the final round also takes place). The rounds are long, but the views are fantastic and the field is absolutely loaded once again.
Dustin Johnson: 11-2
Jon Rahm: 10-1
Rory McIlroy: 10-1
Jason Day: 10-1
Jordan Spieth: 11-1
Gary Woodland: 25-1
Paul Casey: 25-1
Phil Mickelson: 28-1
Dustin Johnson since he burned down Kapalua in the fourth round of the Sentry Tournament of Champions to kick off 2018.
Johnson has finished first or second in three of his last six PGA Tour events, has two wins on this course and four other top-five finishes. He's pacing himself nicely to start 2018.
Rahm, who is currently No. 2 in the world and gunning for D.J.'s No. 1 slot, even called him Superman earlier in the year.
Spieth missed the cut last week at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Following his last missed cut (May 2017), he finished T2 and won twice in his next five events.
This tournament is unique because of the celebrities that play. This year's group includes Aaron Rodgers, Tony Romo, Larry Fitzgerald, Bill Murray (a staple), Wayne Gretzky, Jake Owen, Justin Verlander and Steve Young.