The AT&T Byron Nelson has a new home this year. Hosting the event for the first time, Trinity Forest Golf Club brings a unique layout to the PGA Tour.
Trinity Forest resembles a course we’d usually see for an Open Championship. Despite its name, there aren’t really any trees. With big fairways and minimal rough, the course has a wide-open feel.
Trinity Forest checks in at 7,450 yards for par-71, so there’s nothing too overwhelming about its length. It could be tough to close out a round here with a 215-yard par-3 and 505-yard par-4 as the last two holes.
After seeing all the elite golfers at The Players Championship, the Byron Nelson is a week off for many of the guys.
Jordan Spieth, Sergio Garcia, Matt Kuchar and Hideki Matsuyama are the headliners this week.
Spieth opens as a decent-sized favorite at +500 on Bovada. Kuchar is next in line at +1200 with Garcia (+1400) and Matsuyama (+1800) the only other golfers below +2000.
From there, the field gets pretty rough and we get a bunch of players such as Branden Grace and Marc Leishman in the +2500 range when we’re used to seeing them around +5000.