The 2019 U.S. Open takes place at world-renowned Pebble Beach Golf Links between Thursday 13th June and Sunday 16th June 2019.
Naturally Golf Betting System are giving the 3rd Major of 2019 the full treatment and if you’re looking for a detailed preview document which includes course information, winning trends and key statistics look no further – Steve Bamford’s full 2019 U.S. Open Preview is available via this link.
Steve’s full Betting Preview including final tips will be available from Monday 10th June.
During our research it became clear that course experience at Pebble Beach played a key role for much of the success at the 2010 U.S. Open, eventually won by Northern Ireland’s Graeme McDowell. Yes, Frenchman Gregory Havret finished runner-up to McDowell on his course debut, and the same can be said for Martin Kaymer who finished T8, again on his first visit to Carmel Bay, California. But they were undoubtedly the outliers.
In all, 9 of 11 players finishing in the top 10 of that U.S. Open had finished in the top 10 previously at Pebble. 8 of those did it in the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am – the PGA Tour event played every February – and the ninth, Ernie Els, who finished in 3rd, had finished 2nd on his only appearance previously at Pebble, notably the 2000 U.S. Open.
For those of you wanting a full rundown of the whole 2019 U.S. Open field from a Pebble Beach experience perspective, then our course form analysis tracker has all the information you’ll need.
However, because it’s the U.S. Open we’ve taken things a stage further. The AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am is played over 3 separate courses, with Pebble Beach unsurprisingly being the host course. So all competitors play the course once before the 54 hole cut is made. Naturally players who make the cut play their final Sunday round on the host course, ensuring 2 rounds around the iconic coastal classic.
Below we’ve stripped out all rounds across Pebble Beach Golf Links for the 2011 through 2019 renewals of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. This provides a pure Pebble Beach scoring average across the whole 2019 U.S. Open field.
It’s worth noting that:
- This only covers the 9 Pebble Beach Pro-Am tournaments played between 2011 and 2019. No other professional or amateur tournaments are included.
- There’s no minimum round requirement.
- Scoring average takes into account no local conditions or weather conditions.