February 27, 2024

AT&T Byron Nelson, 5/11/23 PGA Odds, Predictions and Trends

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AT&T Byron Nelson Betting Predictions

The PGA Tour for AT&T Byron Nelson heads to TPC Craig Ranch in McKinney, Texas this weekend, where world No. 2 Scotty Scheffler is looking for his third win of the season. However, is Scheffler – the favorite – the best value to bet this PGA tournament?

AT&T Byron Nelson event details

What: Byron Nelson’s AT&T

Time: May 11-14, 2023

Location: TPC Craig Ranch

Watch: CBS, Golf Network

AT&T Byron Nelson betting odds

At 360+ odds, Scotty Scheffler is the favorite to win AT&T’s Byron Nelson this weekend. The next best odds belong to Tyrell Hutton at +1200, while Jason Day and Tom Kim are at +1400. Meanwhile, Hideki Matsuyama is +1800, while KH Lee is +2200 and Adam Scott and Matt Kuchar are +2500 respectively. Next with odds is Se Woo Kim at +3300, followed by Seamus Power, Min Woo Lee, Stephan Jaeger, Taylor Montgomery and Tom Hoge at +3500 respectively.

Byron Nelson AT&T betting prediction

Option 1: KH Lee (+2200)

Lee is the two-time defending champion and is looking to join Tiger Woods (six), Steve Stricker and Stuart Appleby as the only players in the last 40 years to win a single event three years in a row. Lee, 31, has three top-10 finishes this season, including last week at the Wells Fargo Championship. While his two wins at the AT&T Byron Nelson are his only two on the PGA Tour, Lee clearly loves playing the tournament.

Option 2: Seamus Power (+3500)

Last year, 2,228 birdies and 104 eagles were recorded at TPC Craig Ranch, the most on the PGA Tour last season. What is one of Power’s strengths? He makes many birds. His 23rd birdie average of the season makes him a tempting player this weekend. Power also has T9 and T17 scores at TPC Craig Ranch with a 67.50 average score.

Option 3: Scott Scheffler (+360)

Scheffler doesn’t offer the best betting value, but the Dallas, TX native is the only official top 10 golfer in the world this weekend. He already has a pair of wins this season – the WM Phoenix Open and The Players Championship – and won four titles last year. He will become the first player to have back-to-back three-win seasons on tour since both Justin Thomas and Dustin Johnson accomplished the feat in 2016-17/17-18. This will be Scheffler’s fifth career start at the AT&T Byron Nelson, where he made his PGA Tour debut as a 17-year-old amateur in 2014 (and finished T-22nd).

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