This article is part of our Weekly Preview series.
The PGA Tour heads back to California for what was once a pretty big deal on the schedule, the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. The big draw, of course, is well, the course, Pebble Beach. This year, Pebble Beach is also the site of the U.S. Open, but it won't be the exact same course once the USGA gets its hands on it.
Additionally, golfers won't be playing all four rounds at Pebble Beach this week, just two – if they make the cut, that is. Another three-course rotation is in play this week, but there isn't a lot separating these courses. Spyglass is generally considered the toughest of the bunch, with Pebble Beach in the middle and Monterey Peninsula on the low-end; but again, not a ton of separation.
This week: AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am - Pebble Beach Golf Links, Pebble Beach, Calif.
Last Year: Ted Potter Jr. shot a final-round 69 on his way to a three-stroke victory over four players, including Dustin Johnson, Jason Day and Phil Mickelson.
Dustin Johnson (5-1)
DJ is to the AT&T as Hideki is to the Phoenix Open. (Sure, Hideki let a lot of people down last week, but that should have no bearing on how you proceed this week.) There are a few differences, not the least of which is that DJ holds more value for the remainder of the season. But there will not be a better spot to use him all season. The competition is stiff, but DJ is