AT&T Byron Nelson betting odds, golf offers and expert tips for TPC Craig Ranch | The Sun

WORLD No 2 Scottie Scheffler is the headline act at this week’s Byron Nelson, especially as a win would see the big Texan move back to the top of the rankings.

He has a chance to topple Jon Rahm, who is one of a host of star players taking a week off before next week’s USPGA Championship.

And with Jordan Spieth pulling out to rest a wrist injury, Scheffler is guaranteed even more support from the Dallas crowds. 

Scheffler is a hot favourite at around 7-. But Rahm’s failure to see off Tony Finau in Mexico, followed by Rory McIlroy’s Wells Fargo flop last week, highlighted the dangers of taking short prices on the game’s elite players.

This will be the third time the Byron Nelson has been played at Craig Ranch, and the previous two suggest it will be a birdie bonanza, even with the threat of some stormy weather.

Korean star K.H.Lee has claimed back-to-back victories, finishing 25 under par two years ago, and going one better last year.

The odds of him completing a rare hat-trick – around 22-1 – look pretty generous, especially as this year’s field looks a lot weaker than the one he beat  a year ago.


Spieth was runner-up in 2022, with Justin Thomas, Xander Schauffele, and Hideki Matsuyama, all finishing in the top seven.

Former Masters champion Matsuyama is the only member of that quartet back in Dallas this week. He has been nursing a neck injury since his latest visit to Augusta five weeks ago, so he does not really appeal at the same odds as Lee.

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How to bet on the AT&T Byron Nelson

Betting on golf is easier than you'd image and there are a host of interesting markets you can pick from.

Here are five easy steps for beginners.

1. Choose Your Favorite Sportsbook – there are plenty to choose from and most have their own app or mobile site.

2. Make a Deposit – each sportsbook will walk you through how to connect your bank account to their system including providing a list of all the safeguards they have set up to ensure the safety of your transactions.

3. Claim Your Bonuses – most sportsbooks offers bonuses to first time bettors in the form of free bets.

4. Place Your Bet – now it’s time to navigate through your sportsbook’s odds where they will offer a variety of options including outright winners, or top finishing positions, such as top 10 or 20, or even to make the cut. For the event this week each way odds are generally paid on the top eight players.

5. Collect Your Winnings – If you're successful you will be able to withdraw your winnings once the bet is complete. Some bookmakers offer cashout options on certain bets as well, which is worth keeping an eye on.

Who is favourite to win the AT&T Byron Nelson?

Scottie Scheffler is the short-price 7/2 favourite at TPC Craig Ranch ahead of 12/1 Tyrrell Hatton and 16/1 Jason Day.

Latest odds from bet365

  • Scottie Scheffler 7/2
  • Tyrrell Hatton 12/1
  • Jason Day 16/1
  • Tom Kim 16/1
  • Hideki Matsuyama 20/1
  • KH Lee 22/1
  • Matt Kuchar 25/1
  • Adam Scott 33/1
  • Si Woo Kim 33/1
  • Seamus Power 40/1

Where to find the best odds for the AT&T Byron Nelson

Lots of bookmakers have different options for betting on the AT&T Byron Nelson, including competitive odds and different place markets.

We like the markets on bet365, including the price boosts on offer pre-tournament.

But it is worth shopping around to get the best value with each way odds and different places available throughout the market.

bet365 are currently offering 14/1 on Hatton to win outright, 7/1 on Scheffler to win by three strokes or more and 22/1 on Matsuyama to win.

AT&T Byron Nelson tips

England’s Tyrrell Hatton is second favourite here after his highly encouraging effort to finish in a share of third at Quail Hollow last week.

But I’m not sure that Hatton is at his best in a birdie-fest. He might be seen to better effect at a tougher set-up – such as Oak Hill, the venue for next week’s second Major of the year.

Adam Scott will have his supporters at 33-1, after finishing in a tie for fifth last week. But the pressure to keep making birdies with that often unreliable broom handle putter may get to him too.

I’d prefer to put a few longer priced players alongside Lee, and birdie machine Tom Hoge looks a decent proposition at around 45-1.

Scott Stallings can also go low, and he showed a liking for this course when he was tied third in 2021. Odds of 70-1 make him appear a good each way bet.

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Another 70-1 shot, Adam Schenk has failed to build on his runner-up finish at the Valspar a couple of months ago, but I’m prepared to give him another chance.

And Trey Mullinax could be the best of the outsiders at 150-1. 

He will need to improve on his 16 under total from last year. But he has produced enough decent efforts in better company than this recently to suggest there is more to come. 

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