The event combines the tour’s top golfers with some of the best celebrity players, with this year’s field including Jordan Spieth, Australia’s Jason Day and Dustin Johnson, and you can enjoy the action when watching on a standard or HD TV, viewing replays at a later time, or streaming live to an eligible mobile device with a Free trial.
2017 Pebble Beach Pro Am Preview
The tournament is played at the Spyglass Hill Golf Course with a par of 72. Brandt Snedeker took the honours last year, when scoring no less than a 67 across the four rounds, including a blazing 64 in the first. Snedeker returns off a strong showing in the Phoenix Open, as the field for this year’s edition looks to be one of the best yet, with the main draw card being the current world number one Jordan Spieth, who had a remarkable 2015 and is looking to repeat his success in 2016.
Jordan Spieth arrived in California after finishing tied for fifth in the Abu Dhabi Championship, five strokes behind winner Rickie Fowler. He also recently played in South Korea at the Presidents Cup, in the Bahamas, as well in Sydney where he unsuccessfully defended his Australian Open title. Speith tied for fourth his last trip to Pebble Beach, so he’ll be looking to make a lasting impression.
Leading the overseas charge will be Australian Jason Day, who will be looking to build on his remarkable run in 2015, when winning the US PGA Championship at Whistling Straights and climbing to world number one. Day’s 2016 start has been less remarkable, but he’s capable of getting on a hot streak and seems to rise to the occasion when playing the best the sport has to offer, and the Pebble Beach field is certainly as good as it gets.
2017 Pebble Beach Pro Am
When: Friday Feb 10 – Monday Feb 13 (Sydney time)
Where: Spyglass Hill, Pebble Beach, California
Live TV Times
Round 1: (Feb 10) 7:00 am to 10:00 am (Fox Sports 1)
Round 2: (Feb 11) 7:00 am to 10:00 am (Fox Sports 1)
Round 3: (Feb 12) 5:00 am to 10:00 am (Fox Sports 2)
Final Round: (Feb 13) 5:30 am to 10:30 am (Fox Sports 1)
Round 3: (Feb 12) 7:30 pm to 10:00 pm (Fox Sports 5)
Final Round: (Feb 13) 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm (Fox Sports 1)
** Live TV and Replay schedule shown as Sydney time, adjust for regional differences. Pebble Beach Pro Am Free to Air not available in Australia and is exclusive to Fox Sports.
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Australian fans won’t find the 2016 Pebble Beach Pro Am on Free to Air TV, but Fox Sports will provide the most complete Live coverage of this exciting PGA event, including daily Replays for those who missed out.
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2016 PGA Championship Golfers To Watch
Jordan Speith had a fabulous start 2015, winning the first two majors in very impressive fashion, and he certainly had his chances to win the British Open. His 2015 was enviable for any professional golfer, and he will want to continue his success in 2016 given the US Masters tournament is only a couple of months away.
Jason Day really came of age in 2015. He was knocking on the door at all the majors last year, and that consistency was rewarded with a superb win in the final major of the year, US PGA Championship. His 2016 so far has been less than inspiring, but he seems to be the kind of player that thrives when the golfing world is watching and when he is taking on the best, and the Pebble Beach Field looks very classy.
Bubba Watson is warming up for 2016 with a strong effort last time out. He is a big tournament player, and if his driving is spot on, he will give any field and tournament an almighty shake. His last victory in a major came during the Masters Tournament at Augusta (2014), so he’ll be extra motivated this time around.