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Final round
from the AT&T
Byron Nelson Championship

Sung Kang -23
Matt Every -21
Scott Piercy -21
Peter Uihlein -17
Kiradech Aphibarnrat -17
Rory Sabbatini -17
Tyler Duncan -17
Matt Jones -17
Justin Harding -16
Sebastián Muñoz -16

Final round
betting odds
for AT&T
Byron Nelson Championship

Brooks Koepka 7/4
Sung-Hoon Kang 9/4
Matt Every 8/1
Rory Sabbatini 10/1
Henrik Stenson 20/1
Tyler Duncan 20/1
Matt Jones 33/1
Beau Hossler 40/1
Jordan Spieth 40/1
Martin Laird 40/1
Michael Thompson 40/1
Roberto Diaz 50/1
Scott Piercy 50/1
Hideki Matsuyama 66/1
Kiradech Aphibarnrat 66/1
Joey Garber 80/1
Jonas Blixt 80/1
Russell Knox 80/1
Cameron Tringale 100/1
Kevin Na 100/1
Thomas Pieters 100/1
C.T. Pan 125/1
Davis Riley 125/1
Ollie Schniederjans 125/1
Pat Perez 125/1
Sebastian Munoz 100/1
Stephan Jaeger 125/1
Zack Sucher 125/1
Aaron Wise 150/1
Doug Ghim 150/1
Nicholas Lindheim 150/1
Ryan Palmer 150/1
Scottie Scheffler 150/1
Kevin Tway 200/1
Seth Reeves 200/1
Shawn Stefani 200/1
Alexander Noren 250/1
Cameron Davis 250/1

JJ Spaun 250/1
Justin Harding 250/1
Keith Mitchell 250/1
Patrick Reed 250/1
Sam Burns 250/1
Taylor Vaughn 250/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the AT&T Byron Nelson


Brooks Koepka
Brooks Koepka
Kevin Murray

Aaron Wise
Aaron Wise

Marc Leishman
Marc Leishman
Keith Allison

Sung Jae Im
Sung Jae Im

Charles Howell lll
Charles Howell lll
Keith Allison

Jimmy Walker
Jimmy Walker
James Kennedy

Shawn Stefani
Shawn Stefani

After the excitement of Quail Hollow the tour moves to Texas and the AT&T Byron Nelson and tees up at one of the tours newest golf courses, Trinity Forest Golf Club was designed by native Texans Ben Crenshaw and Bill Coore an inland links style design based on their love of British and Irish links courses.

Just 4-miles from downtown Dallas it will be interesting to see how the tour players handle this course and with the PGA Championship being played next week at Beth Page, I can see why a lot of the top players have chosen to give this week a miss. Trinity Forest being a links style course is all about shot making with its hard-running firm fairways and rolling topography and when the Texas wind picks up a course weighing in at 7450-yards will be one beast to try and tame.

Look out for the par 3s which are all well designed holes, the 160-yard 8th plays to a bowl like green that is split into two sections, the left bowl is about twice the size of the right side and the green falls away to the right at the front. The 215-yard 17th hole plays to a double-tiered green that slopes from front-to-back and right-to-left and was originally the home of an old car!

Trinity Forest is built on an old landfill site which was active until the mid 1960s, it was also an unauthorised dump site for many of the local residents and was home to discarded large house hold items including washing machines, driers, cookers etc and even the odd old boat section.

For another trusted Trinity Forest Golf Club review click here

My tips to Win:

With one eye on the defence of his PGA Championship title this is Brooks Koepka 7/1 – with SportingBet – warm up event and I can understand why he chose this tournament over the Wells Fargo Championship last week. Trinity Forest is far from target golf which is what Beth Page Black will be, but Brooks will be looking to sharpen his shot making skills as well as being in the mix and finding his competitive edge this week.

Never under estimate a player defending his title and Aaron Wise 25/1 – with Ladbrokes – is the defending champion here this week. Aaron has missed four cuts so far this year but does come into this week on the back of two Top 20 finishes at The Masters and last week’s Wells Fargo championship.

A win, a runner-up – in the World Cup of Golf – and three other Top 5s from his first seven starts on the wraparound season signalled Marc Leishman 33/1 – with Ladbrokes – could finally make a major breakthrough, but since then he has only had one Top 10 finish and that was at the WGC Match-Play. Marc opened with 61 here last year to take the runner-up spot and I think that will give him a lot of confidence coming into this week.

Each-way tips:

I have tipped Sung Jae Im 40/1 – with Ladbrokes – several times this year and he does have five Top 10 finishes, but I love his work rate and tunnel vision to get his first win on the PGA Tour. Remember this is Sung Jae’s first year on the PGA Tour after winning twice on the tour in his first season last year, he certainly believes he will win this year and I believe him.

It has not been a great couple of weeks for Charles Howell lll 50/1 – with Ladbrokes – who has missed the cut in his last two events. Charles has already won on this wraparound season and had four other Top 10s. Howell has two Top 10 finishes in the last three years playing in this event and I feel being back here will be the positive vibe he needs to get his season back on track.

Outside tip:

Some people buckle when it comes to playing in their home state in front of friends and family but Jimmy Walker 90/1 – with UniBet – seems to have learnt to thrive on the extra pressure with a runner-up and sixth place finish in his last three starts here. Jimmy is also a past PGA Champion and will be looking for a good performance going into that event next week.

Longer odds:

Try Shawn Stefani 150/1 – with Ladbrokes

As always good luck

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