AT&T Byron Nelson History and Past Winners

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2023 AT&T Byron Nelson Odds

AT&T Byron Nelson History and Past Winners

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To Texas we go for PGA Tour’s ninth longest tenured tournament still on the schedule. It’s also one of just two tournaments on the Tour named after a former player (Arnold Palmer is the other). Let’s get you prepped with some AT&T Byron Nelson History and Past Winners.  

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AT&T Byron Nelson History

The Byron Nelson Classic can be traced back to 1926 when the Dallas Open was played. It took a long break and returned as the Texas Victory Open in 1944 where the namesake himself Byron Nelson won by 10 strokes. It went through a few name changes during the following 24 years. Then in 1968, the Dallas Open Invitational was officially renamed the Byron Nelson Classic. And has been so ever since.

AT&T Byron Nelson Past Winners

Past winners of this event include Byron Nelson himself, Sam Snead, Ben Hogan, and Tiger Woods. There are six golfers who have won multiple times with Tom Watson being the only 4-time champ and player to win 3 straight. K.H. Lee is among this group and is seeking to join Watson as the 2nd player to win three consecutive Byron Nelson Classics. See each winner from the last 20 years below.

Opening 2023 AT&T Byron Nelson odds

YearGolferScoreWin Margin
2022K.H. Lee-261
2021K.H. Lee-253
2020N/A *CovidN/AN/A
2019Kang Sung-Hoon-232
2018Aaron Wise-233
2017Billy Horschel-12Playoff
2016Sergio Garcia (2)-15Playoff
2015Steven Bowditch-184
2014Brendon Todd-142
2013Bae Sang-moon-132
2012Jason Dufner-111
2011Keegan Bradley-3Playoff
2010Jason Day-102
2009Rory Sabbatini-192
2008Adam Scott-7Playoff
2007Scott Verplank-131
2006Brett Wetterich-121
2005Ted Purdy-151
2004Sergio García-10Playoff
2003Vijay Singh-152

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