2021 Pebble Beach Pro-Am is ready to speak in Pebble Beach, California, this weekend – with a noticeable lack of usual star power. The COVID-19 pandemic makes it impossible for hobbyists or celebrities to compete – the first time in the event’s 75-year history. The world’s best golfers, such as Dustin Johnson, John Ram, Justin Thomas or Xander Shavili, will not be playing in the event. This is not to say that there is not much of a good golf to enjoy. This week’s competition, which has 156 participants, will be split between Pebble Beach and Spyglass Hill courses; Due to the pandemic, the course of the Monterey Peninsula was cut short from the event. Another change includes the weekend cut, which will take place after 36 holes instead of the usual 54. How the lack of hobbyists affects course planning, but their absence likely leads to a more drastically organized course. Watch the Pebble Beach Pro-Am live with fuboTV (7-day free trial) Sporting News 2020 Pebble Beach Pro-Am has covered, including TV channels, broadcast options, tee times, wallet, odds, and more. Beach Pro-Am takes place live from Thursday to Sunday. It will air on The Golf Channel for four days, with CBS post coverage on Saturday and Sunday (all times are EST). Date Time TV Thursday February 11 3-6 pm Golf Channel, fuboTV Friday, February 12 3- 6 pm Golf channel, fuboTV Saturday, February 13, 1-3 pm Golf channel, fuboTV 3-6 pm CBS, fuboTV Sunday, 14 February 1-3 pm Golf Channel, fuboTV 3-6: 30 pm CBS, fuboTV Viewers can also broadcast the event via PGA Tour Live. The following are the scheduled broadcast times (all times are in Eastern Time): Date Time Thursday February 11 11 AM – 7 PM Friday February 12 11 AM – 6 PM Saturday February 13 11 AM – 6 PM Sunday February 14 10: 20 AM – 6:30 PM Pebble Beach Pro-Am Tee Times 2021 Here is the complete list of Pebble Beach Pro-Am tee times for Thursday 1 Tour: Round 1: Thursday February 11 Pebble Beach CourseTime (ET) Tee Grouping 11:30 a.m. No.1 Rory Sabatini, Cameron Trangel No. 10, Josh Tetter, Brian Harman, Matt Jones, John Sinden 11:41 AM No. 1 Scott Brown, Joel Dehamy, Cameron Percy No. 10 David Duvall, Mark Hubbard, Doug Game 11:52 am No. 1 Jim Herman, Keith Mitchell, Russell Knox No. 10 CT Pan, Grayson Murray, Kevin Stadler 12:03 pm No. 1 Nate Lashley, JB Holmes, Austin Cook No. 10 Michael Thompson, Tyler Duncan, DA Points 12:14 PM # 1 Hunter Mahan, Ricky Barnes, Tom Hoge No. 10 Jhonattan Vegas, Roberto Castro, Beau Hossler 12:25 pm No. 1 Chesson Hadley, Rafa Cabrera Bello, Tyler McCumber No. 10 Zack Sucher, Joseph Bramlett, Vincent and Ha ley 12:36 pm No. 1 Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Jim Knous, Andy Ogletree No. 10 Dominic Bozzelli, Michael Gligic, Akshay Bhatia 12:47 pm No. 1 Sangmoon Bae, Jonathan Byrd, Henrik Norlander No. 10 Nick Watney, Harold Varner III, Bo Hoag 12:58 pm No. 1 Brian Stuard, Kelly Kraft, Maverick McNealy No. 10 Vaughn Taylor, Tim Wilkinson, Sam Ryder 1:09 pm No. 1 Nick Taylor, Rickie Fowler, Jordan Spieth No. 10 Michael Kim, Patton Keizer, Greg Chalmers 1:20 PM No. 1 Si Woo Kim, Patrick Cantlay, Jason Day No. 10 Price Garnett, Pat Perez, Jason Dufner 1:31 PM No. 1 Kyle Stanley, Tom Lewis, Will Zalatores No. 1 10 Ryan Moore, Bill Haas, Seung-Yul Noh 1:42 pm No. 1 Matt Gogel, Mark Anderson, Kevin Hall No. 10 Brandon Hagy, Rhein Gibson, Min Woo Lee Spyglass Hill CourseTime (ET) Tee Grouping 11:30 a.m. No. 1 James Hahn, Charlie Hoffman, Bo Van Pelt No. 10 Bronson Borgon, Adam Schenck, Matthew Nesmith 11:41 a.m. No. 1 Ben Martin, Tom Lehman, JJ Spaun No. 10 Chris Kirk, Johnson Wagoner, David Hearn 11: 52 A No. 1: Chez Reavie, Sung Kang, Jimmy Walker No. 10 Shawn Stefani, Alex Noren, Harry Higgs 12:03 pm No. 1 Scott Piercy, Ted Potter Jr., Kevin Chappell No. 10 Max Homa, Paul Casey, Phil Mickelson 12:14 PM No. 1 Branden Grace, Patrick Rodgers, Cameron Davis No. 10 Stuart Sink, Francesco Molinari, Brandt Snedeker 12:25 PM No. 1 Hank Lebyoda, Raphael Combos, Chris Baker No. 10 Peter Malnatti, Scott Harrington Christopher Ventura 12:36 PM No. 1 Ryan Briham, Sebastian Caplin, Ben Taylor No. 10 Roger Sloan, Nelson Ledesma, Camayo Johnson 12:47 PM No. 1 Sean O’Hare, Denny McCarthy, Will Gordon No. 10 Peter Uihlein, Sam Burns, Ryan Blaum 12:58 pm No. 1 Aaron Baddeley, KJ Choi, Seamus Power No. 10 Matt Every, Kevin Streelman, Scott Stallings 1:09 pm No. 1 Brian Gay, Martin Trainer, Luke Donald No. 10 Andrew Putnam, Troy Merritt, Brendan Steele 1:20 pm No. 1 Daniel Berger, Ryan Armor, Jim Furrick No. 10 Andrew Landry, Adam Long, Satoshi Kodaira 1:31 PM No. 1 Rod Bumpling, DJ Trahan, Karame R Hickock No. 10 Fabian Gomez, John Daly, Shinjon Zhang 1:42 PM No. 1 Chase Seifert, Michael Gillerman, Kenny Bigman No. 10 Wes Roach, Rob Oppenheim, Davis Riley Pebble Beach Pro-Am Pebble Wallet 2021 Beach Pro-Am costs $ 7 million , With $ 1.404 million allocated to the winner. Pebble Beach Pro-Am 2021 odds, world No. 11 Patrick Cantlay has the best odds before 2021 Pro-Am at +750, followed by world No. 11. 15 Daniel Berger (+1400) and 17th place in the world Paul Casey (+1800), while Here are the golfers with the best odds to win the 2021 Pebble Beach Pro-AM race: Patrick Cantlay + 750 Daniel Berger + 1400 Paul Casey + 1800 Will Zalatore + 1900 Jason Day + 2100 Francesco Molinari + 2300 Jordan Speth + 2300 Max Huma + 3100 Sam Burns + 3700 Se Woo Kim + 3700 Kevin Strelman + 3800 Cameron Davis + 4100 Cameron Trangel + 4200 Where will Pebble Beach Pro AM 2021 be played? Will the Pebble Beach Pro Amble 2021 be? Links and Spyglass Hill Golf Course in Pebble Beach, California Par: 72 (Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill) D Standoff: 6816 (Pebble Beach), 7035 (Spyglass Hill) Pebble Beach Pro-Am 2021 COVID-19 bases Pebble Beach Pro will not participate -Am spectators in 2021. According to the tournament website: “2021 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am will be shown playing without spectators and without the traditional multi-day pro-am format due to local COVID-19 conditions on the Monterey Peninsula. The professional part, which includes 156 players, as scheduled February 8-14, 2021, will be held on Pebble Beach Golf Links and Spyglass Hill Golf Course. “Pebble Beach Pro-Am Past Winners Four golfers have won the event multiple times since 2000: Davis Love III ( 2001, ’03); Phil Mickelson (2005, ’07, ’12, ’19); Dustin Johnson (2009-10); Brandt Snedeker (2013, ’15) Mickelson and Snedeker in this field. Winner’s share for the year 2020 Nick Taylor $ 1.404 million 2019 Phil Mickelson $ 1.368 million 2018 Ted Potter Jr $ 1.332 million 2017 Jordan $ 1.296 million 2016 Vaughn Taylor $ 1.26 million 2015 Brandt Snedeker $ 1.224 million 2014 Jimmy Walker $ 1.188 million 2013 Brandt Snedeker $ 1.117 Million dollars 2012 Phil Mickelson $ 1.152 million 2011 DA 1.134 million 2010 Dustin Johnson $ 1.116 million 2009 Dustin Johnson $ 1,098 million 2008 Steve Lowry $ 1.08 million 2007 Phil Mickelson 990,000 2006 Aaron Oberholser 972,000 2005 Phil Mickelson $ 954,000 2004 Vijay Singh 954, $ 000 2003 Davis Love III $ 900,000 2002 Matt Google $ 720,000 2001 Davis Love III $ 720,000 $ 2000 Tiger Woods $ 720,000.