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AT&T Byron Nelson Odds, Betting Tips & Expert Predictions

AT&T Byron Nelson Odds, Betting Tips & Expert Predictions
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The PGA Tour is heading back to Texas and the field is loaded with big names getting tuned up for the PGA Championship at this week’s AT&T Byron Nelson.

The tournament has bounced around venues in recent years and settles in for a second consecutive go-round at TPC Craig Ranch in McKinney, Texas, with the second major of the year looming on the horizon next week at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Reigning Masters champion Scottie Scheffler is the golf betting favorite in what will be his first stroke-play event since the maiden major victory at Augusta National. The World No. 1 has four wins in his last seven starts and goes off atop the Byron Nelson board at +700.

Justin Thomas is up next on betting sites and betting apps with +900 odds as he continues to search for his first win since the 2021 Players Championship.

Will Zalatoris is third on the board with golf odds of +1400, while Xander Schauffele and Dustin Johnson round out the top five at +1800.

Top 2022 AT&T Byron Nelson Odds

Player WinnerTop 5Top 10
Scottie Scheffler +700 +200 +100
Justin Thomas +900 +250 +120
Will Zalatoris +1400 +350 +160
Xander Schauffele +1800 +400 +190
Dustin Johnson +1800 +400 +190
Jordan Spieth +2200 +500 +250
Sam Burns +2200 +500 +250
Hideki Matsuyama +3500 +600 +330
Brooks Koepka +3500 +650 +330

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AT&T Byron Nelson Expert Picks & Predictions

Jhonattan Vegas Top-10 Finish

Odds: +500 at DraftKings

Vegas is coming off a T-15 finish at the Wells Fargo, but he hit it even better than the result indicates. The 37-year-old finished third in the field in Strokes Gained Approach at TPC Potomac and should be even better suited for this week’s tournament at TPC Craig Ranch.

Vegas can definitely get hot with the putter and thrives in birdie-fests. He’s also in great form at the moment with three consecutive top-20 finishes, going T-4 at the Corales Puntacana Championship, T-18 at the Valero Texas Open and T-15 last week at the Wells Fargo. He’s also one of the few players in the field with proven success at this course, finishing T-9 a year ago at TPC Craig Ranch.

We’re on Vegas for a top-10 finish with +500 odds at DraftKings.

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AT&T Byron Nelson Betting Tips

This has been a tricky tournament to peg down of late, with the venue moving to three different courses over the last three years. The good news is TPC Craig Ranch seems like a pretty straightforward challenge for bettors and DFS players.

While accuracy off the tee was hugely important at TPC Potomac, that’s not the case this week. Players can get away with a few foul balls and don’t necessarily need to bomb it off the tee to have a legit shot to contend. The name of the game this week is all about the approach shot and putting.

AT&T Byron Nelson Odds, Betting Tips & Expert Predictions 1

This is a second-shot golf course and Strokes Gained Approach will be the most indicative stat. These putting surfaces don’t look too difficult and should be receptive with plenty of rainfall lately. But they are larger greens and bad putters could struggle to avoid the occasional three-jack.

For our PGA betting picks, we’re looking for guys who will be throwing darts and getting aggressive with some of the pin positions, along with hot putters who will be able to make enough birdies to hang around in what should be another week of super-low scoring on Tour.

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AT&T Byron Nelson, Date & TV

When: Thursday-Sunday, May 12-May 15

Where: TPC Craig Ranch, McKinney, Texas

TV: CBS, Golf Channel

About the Author

Dan Kilbridge for Bookies.com
Dan Kilbridge
Handicapper Dan Kilbridge writes about college football, MLB and other sports for Bookies.com after spending three years covering Tiger Woods’ comeback and the PGA for Golfweek.