The AT&T Byron Nelson returns to the PGA TOUR schedule after being canceled last year due to the ongoing pandemic. Navigating Byron Nelson odds this week will require a new challenge, as the tournament will be played at a new home in McKinney, Texas just North of Dallas. TPC Craig Ranch will host, and fans will be allowed to attend with up to 25% capacity, or approximately 8,000 fans.
World No. 1 Dustin Johnson, No. 3 Jon Rahm and No. 5 Bryson DeChambeau lead the field along with 2021 Masters champion Hideki Matsuyama. Returning for his second event since knee surgery in March is Brooks Koepka, who adds star power to the field with nine of the top-25 players in the world rankings shooting for birdies at Byron Nelson’s event.
AT&T Byron Nelson Odds 2021
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Dustin Johnson and Jon Rahm will join Bryson DeChambeau at the top of the odd board with odds to win from +1000 to +1400.
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Notable Players in the Field
Hideki Matsuyama will return for his first event since winning The Masters. Another top finish in Texas, and and he can join four other top-10 players in the world rankings in Dustin Johnson, Jon Rahm, Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka.
Dallas native Jordan Spieth also plays for the first time since finishing T3 at the Masters, where he was the most popular bet at Augusta.
Top players in the field include: World Golf Ranking (OWGR)
- Dustin Johnson (No. 1)
- Jon Rahm (3)
- Bryson DeChambeau (5)
- Brooks Koepka (10)
- Hideki Matsuyam (14)
- Daniel Berger (16)
- Matthew Fitzpatrick (17)
- Scottie Scheffler (21)
- Harris English (23)
- Will Zalatoris (28)
- Ryan Palmer (29)
- Jordan Spieth (31)
- Marc Leishman (38)
- Sergio Garcia (47)
- Matt Kuchar (49)
- Si Woo Kim (50)
Also in the field are Jason Day and Rickie Fowler, who has fallen to No. 116 in the world rankings. Keith Mitchell will play, and at No. 249 in the world, he led the Wells Fargo Championship into the final round. Sam Burns will play, and he’s cracked top-50 in the world rankings for the first time since winning the Valspar Championship to start the month of May. The 2019 Byron Nelson champion Sung Kang is currently No. 156 in the world after reaching No. 52 a year ago.
AT&T Byron Nelson Winners and Runner-ups
- 2019 – Sung Kang (-23), Matt Every, Scott Piercy (Trinity Forest GC)
- 2018 – Aaron Wise (-23), Marc Leishman (Trinity Forest)
- 2017 – Billy Horschel (-12), Jason Day (TPC Las Colinas)
- 2016 – Sergio Garcia (-9), Brooks Koepka (TPC Four Seasons)
* The 2016 and 2017 events were won in a sudden death playoff
COURSE AND TOURNAMENT INFORMATION
- Course: TPC Craig Ranch
- Location: McKinney, Texas
- Date: May 13-16
- Par: 71 / Yardage 7,438
- Purse: $8.1 Million / Winner $1.42 M
- Fairways/Rough: Bentgrass
- Greens: : Bentgrass
- TV/Online: Golf Channel, CBS (Sat/Sun), PGA Tour Live
- Twitter & Hashtag: @attbyronnelson
- Defending Champion: Sung Kang (2019)
Designed by former PGA TOUR player and architect Tom Weiskopf, TPC Craig Ranch opened for play in 2004 and hosted the Nationwide Tour Championship in 2008 and Web.com Tour Championship in 2012, when the winning score was 16-under par. Current PGA TOUR pros James Hahn (2nd), Adam Hadwin (T3), Russell Henley (T6) and Luke List (T13) all competed in the 2012 tournament, but only Hahn plays this week.
TPC Craig Ranch features gently rolling hills and mature woods surrounding the limestone banks of Rowlett Creek, which crosses the course 14 times. The golf course has lush Zoysia fairways and Bentgrass greens.
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