2024 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am: Top 10 power rankings

A look at who's poised for success at one of golf's most storied venues.
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am - Final Round
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Oh, what a year can make.

For several years, in fact, the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am has been an afterthought for the top talent on the PGA Tour.

Their attention was either on other West Coast swing events or in events worldwide that offered lucrative appearance fees.

Now that the PGA Tour has bestowed this once-famed event with newfound Signature Event status, the strength of field has done a 180.

Everybody who finished in last season’s top 50 in the FedEx Cup standings to automatically qualify for the Signature Events is in the field.

Only one top-10 player and seven from the top 50 of the Official World Golf Ranking were in the 2023 field.

The format this year features 80 players competing in a 72-hole, no-cut event. Only the pros will play on the weekend.

Monterey Peninsula is no longer in the course rota. Players will be split between Spyglass Hill and Pebble Beach over the first two rounds with Pebble taking center stage on the weekend.

Surprise, surprise: the weather forecast predicts cool, rainy conditions for most of the tournament days. This tournament isn’t a favorite for bombers, but soft greens and fairways can at least help out players of this ilk.

Keys to success at Pebble include accuracy off the tee, good course management to avoid the big numbers, precision from 150 yards and in, a good short game, and patience on the bumpy poa annua greens.

Let’s take a gander at 10 players poised for success with this week’s power rankings: