PGA Tour Picks – ATT Byron Nelson Matchup Odds and Picks

ATT Byron Nelson Matchup Odds

A number of PGA Tour stars will sit this one out with the second major of the season on tap next week. A lightened field opens things up for those electing to play in the ATT Byron Nelson, which takes place May 9-12 at the Trinity Forest Golf Club just outside of Dallas. Brooks Koepka will defend his title at the PGA Championship, but that didn’t prevent him from joining the fray this week. Koepka opened as the betting favorite and is included in several intriguing matchups. Odds for those head-to-head battles are listed below.

ATT Byron Nelson Matchup Odds at

Peter Malnati -135 vs. Roberto Castro +105

Austin Cook -120 vs. Max Homa -110

Michael Thompson -155 vs. Ollie Schniederjans +125

Russell Henley -135 vs. Vaughn Taylor +105

Sam Burns -110 vs. Adam Schenk -120

Beau Hossler -110 vs. Denny McCarthy -120

Nick Taylor -120 vs. Scott Stallings -110

Shawn Stefani -120 vs. Sung Kang -110

Troy Merritt -125 vs. Wyndham Clark -105

Kramer Hickok -105 vs. Mackenzie Hughes -125

Brian Gay +115 vs. Matt Jones -135

Thorbjorn Olesen -115 vs. Thomas Pieters -105

Scott Piercy -140 vs. Pat Perez +120

J.T. Poston -130 vs. Brian Harman +110

Aaron Wise -120 vs. Patrick Reed +100

Bud Cauley -130 vs. Justin Harding +110

Charles Howell III -115 vs. Ryan Moore -105

Trey Mullinax -110 vs. Brian Stuard -110

Seamus Power +105 vs. J.J. Spaun -125

Kevin Tway +115 vs. Dylan Frittelli -135

Brooks Koepka -125 vs. Hideki Matsuyama +105

Hideki Matsuyama -160 vs. Jordan Spieth +140

Russell Knox -125 vs. C.T. Pan +105

Marc Leishman -145 vs. Branden Grace +125

Jimmy Walker -125 vs. Nick Watney +105

Branden Grace +105 vs. Keith Mitchell -125

Ryan Palmer -110 vs. Alex Noren -110

Sungjae Im -125 vs. Kevin Na +105

Aaron Wise +115 vs. Henrik Stenson -135

Daniel Berger -125 vs. Abraham Ancer +105

Marc Leishman -145 vs. Keith Mitchell +125

Brooks Koepka -185 vs. Jordan Spieth +160

Rory Sabbatini +120 vs. Rafa Cabrera-Bello -140

Lucas Bjerregaard -115 vs. Scottie Scheffler -105

Henrik Stenson -120 vs.Patrick Reed +100

Need To Know

A bad round in the first two will send you home early. A poor score over the weekend isn’t going to get you to the winner’s circle. That’s just the way it is on a layout that doesn’t scare players and yielded the second-lowest scoring average on all par-71s at 69.4 last year. Put the pros on a course with wide fairways, large greens, no trees, no water and no rough, and you get some record performances. Defending champ Aaron Wise was 23-under in the first playing at Trinity Forest Golf Club last year. Despite all that, the event returns for a second go-round with a few differences. Three holes have been redesigned in an attempt to make the course a bit more challenging. And there will likely be wind gusts to contend with, something that happens in this part of Texas at this time of year.

ATT Byron Nelson Matchup Picks

Charles Howell III -115 vs. Ryan Moore

The irons and putter are Howell’s strengths and those should serve him well, as long as they’re working. They were last season when he put up the second-best putting numbers against the field and captured a top-10. Howell is hopeful a return to layout that caters to his game can break him from a slump that’s seen him miss the cut in his last two starts. Moore picks his spots and this isn’t one of them, giving the matchup edge to Howell.

Aaron Wise +115 vs. Henrik Stenson -135

Nobody played the course better than Wise last season, winning by three shots with all four rounds in the 60s. That effort looks to be an aberration since success hasn’t followed after his lone Tour victory. But if he can do it once he certainly can do it again. And recent form suggests Wise might be peaking at the right time. He has a pair of top-20s in his last two starts while scoring 71 or lower in each of his last seven rounds.

Marc Leishman -145 vs. Branden Grace +125

Leishman has some unfinished business at Trinity Forest and he isn’t going to let matchup partner Grace stand in his way. The odds are long for a reason and wagering on the Aussie certainly beats the alternative. Leishman carded a career-best and course record 61 in the first round last season. However, he couldn’t parlay that into a victory, settling for a solo second instead. It’s not often players shoot a round that low and don’t win, and especially a guy like Leishman, who has been one of the most consistent players this season.

Seamus Power +105 vs. J.J. Spaun

Power had put together a rather forgettable season until his last three events. With a MC in 11 of his first 15 starts, there isn’t much reason to throw down on him. But, and there’s always a but, he’s as streaky as they get. And right now he’s on a roll. A final round 72 dropped him into a T13 last week. That came after a T6 at the RBC Heritage where he scored three 60s, and a T5 with David Hearn at the Zurich Classic.

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