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2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am: How to watch Monday final-round finish on TV

February 05, 2023

Ezra Shaw

In the mood for some bonus golf? Well, it’s the one good thing to come of the wet weather that turned the schedule at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am upside down. With the final round at Pebble Beach Golf Links spilling into Monday, there’s more golf to be watched for the PGA Tour faithful.

Play is expected to resume on Monday at 11 a.m. EST, with Justin Rose leading at 15 under par while playing the 10th hole. Two shots back are Peter Malnati (on the 10th hole), Brandon Todd (on the 13th) and Denny McCarthy (on the 16th), with 11 players overall within five shots.

TV coverage can be found on Golf Channel, also starting at 11 a.m. EST, with the broadcast running until the conclusion of play. Coverage can also be found online at and streaming on Peacock.


Find all live PGA Tour scoring data here.

Tee times (All times EST)


Pebble Beach

1: Justin Rose, -15 thru 9

T-2: Denny McCarthy, -13, thru 15

T-2: Brendon Todd, -13, thru 12

T-2: Peter Malnati, -13 thru 9

T-5: Taylor Pendrith, -12, F

T-5: Beau Hossler, -12, thru 12

T-5: Keith Mitchell, -12 thru 10

T-5: Brandon Wu, -12, thru 10

T-9: Michael Kim, -10 thru 17

T-9: Richy Werenski, -10 thru 15

T-9: Ryan Moore, -10 thru 13

T-9: Brent Grant, -10 thru 12

T-13: Scott Stallings, -9 thru 14

T-13: Kevin Yu, -9 thru 13

T-13: Ben Martin, -9 thru 13

T-13: Jonas Blixt, -9 thru 13

T-13: Robby Shelton, -9 thru 12

T-13: Hank Lebioda, -9 thru 12

T-13: Viktor Hovland, -9 thru 11

T-13: Joseph Bramlett, -9 thru 10

Pebble Beach Golf Links
Pebble Beach Golf Links
Pebble Beach, CA
Not just the greatest meeting of land and sea in American golf, but the most extensive one, too, with nine holes perched immediately above the crashing Pacific surf—the fourth through 10th plus the 17th and 18th. Pebble’s sixth through eighth are golf’s real Amen Corner, with a few Hail Marys thrown in over an ocean cove on the eighth from atop a 75-foot-high bluff. Pebble hosted a successful U.S. Amateur in 2018 and a sixth U.S. Open in 2019. Recent improvements include the redesign of the once-treacherous 14th green, and reshaping of the par-3 17th green, both planned by Arnold Palmer’s Design Company a few years back—and the current changes to the iconic eighth hole.
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