English
Menu
OddsShark Top Sportsbooks
*Terms and Conditions apply to all bonus offers on this website. Visit operator for details.

Odds to Win the AT&T Byron Nelson

Billy Horschel poses with the trophy after winning the AT&T Byron Nelson at the TPC Four Seasons Resort Las Colinas on May 21, 2017 in Irving, Texas.

The AT&T Byron Nelson will have a different look in 2018, as the tournament is set to be played on the unique Trinity Forest Golf Club for the first time while effectively replacing TPC Four Seasons Las Colinas as a permanent spot on the PGA Tour.

Billy Horschel is back to defend his surprising AT&T Byron Nelson championship.

At Bovada, Jordan Spieth is the massive +450 favorite, with Matt Kuchar (+1800), Sergio Garcia (+1800), Jimmy Walker (+2000), Branden Grace (+2000), Hideki Matsuyama (+2200), Billy Horschel (+2200), Marc Leishman (+2200), Adam Scott (+2200) and Beau Hossler (+2800) comprising the rest of the top 10.

In total, five of the top 25 players in the world rankings will be in attendance in the Lone Star State. Fresh off a disappointing 4-over showing at The Players, Matsuyama is teeing it up for the first time at the Byron Nelson.

Horschel is back to defend his championship after dispatching Jason Day in a playoff to end a 2 1/2-year winless drought on the tour. Prior to the 2017 Byron Nelson, Horschel had missed four straight cuts, so his triumph was easily the most surprising of his four career wins. Since this year’s tournament will be played at a different track, it’s tough to gauge how Horschel will perform this weekend, but the 31-year-old did produce a T-37 at The Players last week.

What can bettors expect from Trinity Forest?

The course, a 7,380-yard par 71, was built over 160 acres of landfill across the Dallas suburb. Despite the “forest” moniker, there are very few trees on the layout, so shade will be hard to come by for players and fans alike. Trinity Forest Golf Club is different for a variety of reasons, as the track is designed in a links style unlike any other on the PGA Tour. A double green on Nos. 3 and 11 ranks as one of the largest in North America at a staggering 35,000 square feet.

It looks like golfers will have their hands full in Dallas. Who are you picking to win it all? Have your say in the comment section. To find out which three golfers I’m picking to win, check out my PGA Expert Betting Picks piece.

Here’s a look at the shop’s full list of odds:

2018 AT&T Byron Nelson odds

Odds as of May 17 at Bovada

  • Jordan Spieth +450
  • Matt Kuchar +1800
  • Sergio Garcia +1800
  • Jimmy Walker +2000
  • Branden Grace +2000
  • Hideki Matsuyama +2200
  • Billy Horschel +2200
  • Marc Leishman +2200
  • Adam Scott +2200
  • Beau Hossler +2800
  • Charles Howell III +3500
  • Aaron Wise +4000
  • Brandt Snedeker +4000
  • Martin Laird +4000
  • Peter Uihlein +4000
  • Ryan Palmer +5000
  • Scott Piercy +6000
  • Grayson Murray +6600
  • Joaquin Niemann +7500
  • Keith Mitchell +7500
  • Kevin Na +7500
  • Graeme McDowell +8000
  • Rory Sabbatini +8000
  • Russell Knox +8000
  • J.B. Holmes +8000
  • Satoshi Kodaira +8000
  • Andrew Putnam +8000
  • James Hahn +8000
  • Bill Haas +10000
  • Harris English +10000
  • Maverick McNealy +10000
  • Aaron Baddeley +10000
  • Daniel Summerhays +10000
  • John Huh +10000
  • Johnson Wagner +10000
  • Kelly Kraft +10000
  • Patrick Rodgers +10000
  • Sam Saunders +10000
  • Seamus Power +10000
  • Tom Lovelady +10000
  • Troy Merritt +10000
  • Abraham Ancer +12500
  • Ben Crane +12500
  • Brian Gay +12500
  • Corey Conners +12500
  • J.T. Poston +12500
  • Kevin Tway +12500
  • Michael Thompson +12500
  • Sam Ryder +12500
  • Shawn Stefani +12500
  • Vaughn Taylor +12500
  • Talor Gooch +12500
  • Ben Martin +14000
  • Denny McCarthy +14000
  • Hunter Mahan +14000
  • Nate Lashley +14000
  • C.T. Pan +15000
  • Chad Campbell +15000
  • Cody Gribble +15000
  • David Hearn +15000
  • David Lingmerth +15000
  • Geoff Ogilvy +15000
  • J.J. Spaun +15000
  • Matt Jones +15000
  • Padraig Harrington +15000
  • Richy Werenski +15000
  • Ryan Armour +15000
  • Tyrone Van Aswegen +15000
  • Anirban Lahiri +16000
  • Brian Stuard +16000
  • Nicholas Lindheim +16000
  • Alex Cejka +17500
  • Cameron Percy +17500
  • Ethan Tracy +17500
  • George McNeill +17500
  • Joel Dahmen +17500
  • Jonathan Randolph +17500
  • Sung Kang +17500
  • Tyler Duncan +17500
  • Ben Silverman +20000
  • Conrad Shindler +20000
  • Ernie Els +20000
  • Fabian Gomez +20000
  • Greg Chalmers +20000
  • Martin Piller +20000
  • Matt Every +20000
  • Michael Kim +20000
  • Robert Streb +20000
  • Sangmoon Bae +20000
  • Steve Marino +20000
  • Adam Schenk +22500
  • Bronson Burgoon +22500
  • Cameron Tringale +22500
  • Rob Oppenheim +22500
  • Blayne Barber +25000
  • J.J. Henry +25000
  • John Senden +25000
  • Martin Flores +25000
  • Nick Taylor +25000
  • Noah Goodwin +25000
  • Oliver Goss +25000
  • Peter Malnati +25000
  • Ricky Barnes +25000
  • Robert Garrigus +25000
  • Zac Blair +25000
  • Brett Stegmaier +27500
  • Hudson Swafford +27500
  • John Merrick +27500
  • Xinjun Zhang +27500
  • Brendon De Jonge +30000
  • Brendon Todd +30000
  • Colt Knost +30000
  • Dicky Pride +30000
  • Dominic Bozzelli +30000
  • Eric Axley +30000
  • Lanto Griffin +30000
  • Rick Lamb +30000
  • Rod Pampling +30000
  • Ryan Blaum +30000
  • Angel Cabrera +35000
  • Andrew Yun +40000
  • Derek Fathauer +40000
  • Mark Wilson +40000
  • Matt Atkins +40000
  • Roberto Diaz +40000
  • Zecheng Dou +40000
  • Brian Davis +50000
  • Carl Pettersson +50000
  • Daniel Chopra +50000
  • David Duval +50000
  • John Rollins +50000
  • Ken Duke +50000
  • Kyle Thompson +50000
  • Omar Uresti +50000
  • Smylie Kaufman +50000
  • Steve Wheatcroft +50000
  • Stuart Appleby +50000
  • Tommy Gainey +50000
  • Troy Matteson +50000
  • Billy Hurley III +60000
  • D.J. Trahan +60000
  • Tim Herron +60000
  • Charlie Beljan +75000
  • Kris Blanks +75000
  • Brian Norman +100000
  • David Berganio +100000
  • Steven Bowditch +100000

Comments