2023 AT&T Byron Nelson: Format, Field, Odds

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2023 AT&T Byron Nelson

2023 AT&T Byron Nelson: Format, Field, Odds

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The PGA Tour is back in Texas for the AT&T Byron Nelson Classic. Scottie Scheffler returns for his first tournament since the RBC Heritage. And K.H. Lee looks to join just one other in winning a third straight here. Let’s get you prepared for the 2023 AT&T Byron Nelson Classic.

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Tournament Format

We’re at another stroke play tournament here in Texas for the AT&T Byron Nelson. The field of 156 golfers will be cut to 65, including ties, at the conclusion of the 2nd round on Friday. With the remaining players fighting for the winners payout of $1.7 million 

When does the 2023 AT&T Byron Nelson tee off?

We tee-off from TPC Craig Ranch on Thursday, May 11th and conclude play on Sunday, May 14th.

Wells Fargo Championship Field

The PGA Championship may be next week but some of golf’s best will be in McKinney. As mentioned at the top, Scottie Scheffler headlines the field with fellow top 20 (OWGR) golfers Tyrrell Hatton and Tom Kim here as well. Of course K.H. Lee is here to try and threepeat and is one of a handful of AT&T Byron Nelson past winners playing this weekend.

See the whole field HERE.

2023 AT&T Byron Nelson odds  

The tournament favorite is the no.2 ranked Scottie Scheffler even coming off his lengthy absence. Tyrrell Hatton, Tom Kim, and past winner Jason Day sit behind him as the only other golfers under 20-1.

The next player on the odds board, sitting around 22-1, is two-time defending champ K.H. Lee. With 2021 Masters winner and 3rd place finisher here last year Hideki Matsuyama with similar odds. Check out all the opening odds for this week’s event HERE.

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Author: Brian Twining

Just a regular guy who absolutely loves sports. I've been playing, watching, and recreationally betting on sports for over 30 years. My favorite sports to attack at the sportsbook are Football (NFL/NCAAF), College Basketball, and most recently - the NASCAR Cup Series. I'm not an "expert" and I don't have or use betting models, but I do put in the research and apply that to my wagers which are mostly backed by the trending data with of course a little, as Gibbs from the show NCIS would say "Gut Feeling" contributing to the side chosen. Sports betting should be fun and enjoyable so always play within your means and NEVER chase your losses. You can follow me on Twitter @Brian_Twining - Let's try and win some bets!