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2023 AT&T Byron Nelson Odds & Field: Scottie Scheffler Favored Over Jordan Spieth & Jason Day at TPC Craig Ranch

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Via Andrew Redington/Getty Images. Pictured: Scottie Scheffler of the United States plays his shot from the sixth tee during the final round of the RBC Heritage at Harbour Town Golf Links on April 16, 2023 in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.

2023 AT&T Byron Nelson Odds & Field

Odds via bet365.

Scottie Scheffler+450
Jordan Spieth+1100
Tyrrell Hatton+1700
Jason Day+2000
Tom Kim+2000

Hideki Matsuyama+2700
Kyoung-Hoon Lee+2700
Matt Kuchar+3200
Adam Scott+3500
Min Woo Lee+3700
Taylor Montgomery+4500
Si Woo Kim+4500
Maverick McNealy+4500
Aaron Wise+4500
Tom Hoge+5000
Byeong-Hun An+5000
Seamus Power+5000
Adam Hadwin+5500
Stephan Jaeger+5500
J.J. Spaun+5500

Will Gordon+6000
Davis Riley+6000
Brandon Wu+6000
Scott Stallings+7500
Ben Griffin+8000
Joseph Bramlett+8000
Christiaan Bezuidenhout+8000
Adam Schenk+8500
S.H. Kim+8500
Sam Stevens+9000
Justin Suh+9000
Eric Cole+9000
Alex Smalley+9000
Mackenzie Hughes+9000
Garrick Higgo+10000
Cameron Champ+10000
Davis Thompson+10000
Luke List+10000
Mark Hubbard+10000
Michael Kim+10000
Aaron Rai+10000
Harry Hall+11000
Dylan Wu+11000
Vincent Norrman+11000
Patton Kizzire+12000
MJ Daffue+12000
Robby Shelton+12000
Ryan Palmer+12000
Jimmy Walker+12000

Nate Lashley+13000
Erik van Rooyen+13000
Charley Hoffman+14000
Pierceson Coody+14000
Trey Mullinax+14000
Matthew Nesmith+14000
Tyler Duncan+17500
Austin Smotherman+17500
Austin Eckroat+17500
Carl Yuan+17500
David Lipsky+17500
Augusto Nunez+20000
Greyson Sigg+20000
Vince Whaley+20000
Ryan Gerard+20000
Andrew Novak+20000
Matti Schmid+20000
Stewart Cink+20000
Adam Long+20000
Doug Ghim+20000
Troy Merritt+22500
Harry Higgs+22500
Chesson Hadley+22500
Aaron Baddeley+22500
Scott Piercy+22500
Lucas Glover+22500
Kramer Hickok+22500
Kevin Roy+25000
Kevin Chappell+25000
Seung Yul Noh+25000
Tano Goya+30000
Doc Redman+30000
Cameron Percy+30000
Zecheng Dou+30000
Sean O’Hair+30000
Brice Garnett+30000

Carson Young+32500
Brent Grant+32500
C.T. Pan+32500
Justin Lower+32500
David Micheluzzi+32500
Dylan Frittelli+32500
Satoshi Kodaira+32500
James Hahn+32500
Austin Cook+32500
Hank Lebioda+35000
Brandon Matthews+35000
Henrik Norlander+35000
Kevin Tway+35000
Matthias Schwab+35000
Chad Ramey+40000
Ryan Moore+40000
Zac Blair+40000
Cody Gribble+40000
Martin Laird+40000
Roger Sloan+40000
Chris Stroud+40000
Scott Harrington+45000
Trevor Werbylo+45000
Martin Trainer+45000
Russell Knox+45000
Robert Streb+45000
Ryan Armour+60000
Tyson Alexander+60000
Harrison Endycott+60000
Trevor Cone+60000
Bill Haas+60000
Kyle Westmoreland+60000
Scott Brown+60000
Paul Haley II+60000
Jonathan Byrd+60000

Richy Werenski+75000
Jason Dufner+75000
Michael Gligic+75000
Jim Herman+75000
Sung Kang+75000
Grayson Murray+75000
Andrew Landry+75000
Wesley Bryan+100000
Peter Kuest+100000
Sangmoon Bae+100000
William McGirt+100000
Ryan Brehm+100000
Jonas Blixt+100000
Fabian Gomez+100000
Geoff Ogilvy+100000
Parker Coody+125000
Kelly Kraft+125000
Derek Ernst+125000
Greg Chalmers+125000
Nick Watney+125000
Brian Stuard+125000
Kyle Stanley+125000
Derek Lamely+200000
Max McGreevy+200000
William Knauth+200000
Ricky Barnes+200000
Ben Crane+250000
D.A. Points+300000
Bo Van Pelt+300000
J.J. Killeen+300000
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The PGA Tour heads to McKinney, Texas for the 2023 AT&T Byron Nelson hosted by TPC Craig Ranch.

Two-time defending champion K.H. Lee returns to the Lone Star State looking for a three-peat. He opened at +2500 at PointsBet to win outright this week and enters with momentum after a strong showing at this past weekend’s Wells Fargo Championship where he finished T8 at -9. Lee shot par or better in all four rounds at Quail Hollow Club while ranking 27th in Strokes Gained: Approach and fourth in SG: Putting.

His top challenger is world No. 2 Scottie Scheffler, who could overtake Jon Rahm as the top player in the Official World Golf Ranking this week with a win. The Dallas native is favored at +500 to win outright at PointsBet, seeing as he has 11 consecutive top-12 finishes in PGA Tour events, most recently a T11 at the RBC Heritage. Scheffler has played this event twice at TPC Craig Ranch and finished T47 in 2021 and T15 last year.

Another Texas Longhorn and Dallas native, Jordan Spieth, opened with the second-shortest odds to win the AT&T Byron Nelson at +1000. He also enters in good form after a T4 at the Masters and solo second at the RBC Heritage after losing in a playoff to Matt Fitzpatrick. Spieth has played in this event the last two years at TPC Craig Ranch, finishing T9 in 2021 and solo second in 2022 but enters off a missed cut at Quail Hollow.

Jason Day, the tournament champion here in 2010, opened with the third-shortest odds to win at +1600. From January through March, Day recorded seven consecutive top-19 finishes on Tour. However, he has since finished T39 at the Masters before missing the cut this past weekend by a stroke at the Wells Fargo Championship. Day missed the cut at the AT&T Byron Nelson in 2021 before finishing T51 last year.

Tyrrell Hatton is tied with Day for the third-shortest odds at +1600 this week after finishing T3 at Quail Hollow Club. He ranked seventh in SG: Approach and sixth in SG: Around the Green in the Wells Fargo Championship. The Englishman now has three top-five finishes in his last seven starts on Tour. Unlike the others on the odds board ahead of him, Hatton is making his debut at TPC Craig Ranch this week.

Tom Kim is the final player listed at +2000 or shorter at open at PointsBet as he has the fifth-shortest odds to win this week. Kim is coming off of a T23 finish at the Wells Fargo Championship where he ranked among the top 20 in the field in SG: Off the Tee, SG: Approach and SG: Around the Green. Although he wasn’t a PGA Tour member at the time, Kim finished T17 in the AT&T Byron Nelson in 2022.

Course Preview

TPC Craig Ranch is a 7,414-yard par-71 designed by PGA Tour legend and major champion Tom Weiskopf with Zoysia fairways and Bentgrass greens.

Scoring has been very favorable when held at this course over the past two years. The winner, K.H. Lee, shot -25 or lower each time. TPC Craig Ranch features three par-5s, four par-3s and 11 par-4s. The course has a unique four-hole closing stretch with par-3s on holes 15 and 17, a long 492-yard par-4 16th and a reachable 552-yard par-5 18th hole that ensures drama down to the wire.

Past Winners

K.H. Lee, Sung Kang, Aaron Wise, Sangmoon Bae, Jason Dufner, Jason Day and Adam Scott are all past champions in the field for this week’s AT&T Byron Nelson.

Lee is the only player to win this event at TPC Craig Ranch as the tournament moved here in 2021 from Trinity Forest Golf Club, which hosted the AT&T Byron Nelson in 2018 and 2019.

YearGolferWinning Score
2022K.H. Lee26-under
2021K.H. Lee25-under
2019Sung Kang23-under
2018Aaron Wise23-under
2017Billy Horschel12-under
2016Sergio Garcia15-under
2015Steven Bowditch18-under
2014Brendon Todd14-under

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