This article is part of our Weekly Preview series.
The PGA Tour heads to historic Pebble Beach this week as the annual Ray Romano show takes center stage. The players have their work cut out for them if they are to top the drama from last week's Phoenix Open. It's rare we get two upper-tier golfers in a playoff during a regular PGA Tour stop, but that's exactly what unfolded last week. The field isn't exactly loaded this week, but there are certainly a few big names in the field.
After a week off, course rotation is back in play as three courses will be used throughout the week, with the final round at Pebble Beach. There is plenty of course history to consider, as well — the three courses have been used for a decade. The only other consideration is the pro-am format, which some players take to and others don't. This isn't the week to take a chance on someone who has a poor track record here, even if he comes in hot.
This week: AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am – Pebble Beach Golf Links, Pebble Beach, Calif.
Dustin Johnson (6-1)
With the possible exception of Phil Mickelson, no one can hold a candle to Johnson's track record at this event. Seven of his 12 starts have resulted in a top-5, including two wins. The problem with