lang="en-US"> AT&T Byron Nelson betting odds: Favorites and underdogs at Trinity Forest

AT&T Byron Nelson betting odds: Favorites and underdogs at Trinity Forest

With the PGA Championship just a week away, the Tour heads to Dallas this week for the AT&T Byron Nelson at Trinity Forest Golf Club. It’s the Tour’s third of four events in the Lone Star State this year.

Brooks Koepka, who finished as the runner-up at this event in 2016, is the betting favorite to win this week with 13/2 odds. Koepka is looking for his first win on Tour since coming out on top at the CJ Cup this past October. His most recent appearance on Tour resulted in a T22 finish at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans last month. The Byron Nelson will serve as the three-time major champion’s final tuneup before he heads to Bethpage Black next week to try and defend his PGA Championship title.

The defending champion Aaron Wise enters with 20/1 odds to win this week at Trinity Forest. The defending PGA Tour Rookie of the Year has not won since his 23-under performance at the AT&T Byron Nelson last spring. Wise finished tied for 18th at this past week’s Wells Fargo Championship.

Dallas-native Jordan Spieth, who is still looking for his first victory since the 2017 Open Championship, has 18/1 odds to win this week at Trinity Forest. Spieth finished T54 at the RBC Heritage last month.

The lowest odds to win this week at the AT&T Byron Nelson? Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo at 10,000/1 odds. The CBS Sports NFL analyst and commentator, who currently holds amateur status, received a sponsor’s exemption this past February to compete at Trinity Forest.

It will be Romo’s first time playing at the AT&T Byron Nelson and third appearance on the PGA Tour. He’s competed the last two years in the Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship.

You can see a full list of betting odds for the AT&T Byron Nelson below, via

Brooks Koepka is the favorite to win at Trinity Forest this week.
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AT&T Byron Nelson Betting Odds
Brooks Koepka-13/2
Hideki Matsuyama-16/1
Jordan Spieth-18/1
Aaron Wise-20/1
Henrik Stenson-20/1
Marc Leishman-25/1
Patrick Reed-30/1
Keith Mitchell-30/1
Branden Grace-30/1
Sungjae Im-40/1
Ryan Moore-40/1
Kevin Na-40/1
Scott Piercy-40/1
Charles Howell III-40/1
Rory Sabbatini-40/1
Rafael Cabrera Bello-40/1
Alex Noren-50/1
Pat Perez-50/1
Ryan Palmer-50/1
Scottie Scheffler-50/1
Abraham Ancer-60/1
Thomas Pieters-60/1
Thorbjorn Olesen-60/1
Lucas Bjerregaard-60/1
Seamus Power-60/1
Russell Knox-60/1
Daniel Berger-60/1
Trey Mullinax-60/1
C.T. Pan-60/1
Jimmy Walker-60/1
Justin Harding-80/1
Kyoung-Hoon Lee-80/1
J.T. Poston-80/1
Bud Cauley-80/1
J.J. Spaun-80/1
Matt Jones-80/1
Kevin Tway-80/1
Brian Stuard-80/1
Dylan Frittelli-100/1
Michael Thompson-100/1
Kiradech Aphibarnrat-100/1
Russell Henley-100/1
Austin Cook-100/1
Nick Taylor-100/1
Beau Hossler-100/1
Sam Burns-100/1
Adam Schenk-100/1
Brian Harman-100/1
Nick Watney-100/1
Ollie Schniederjans-100/1
Brian Gay-100/1
Aaron Baddeley-100/1
Scott Stallings-100/1
Denny McCarthy-125/1
Martin Laird-125/1
Luke Donald-125/1
Bill Haas-125/1
Sung Kang-125/1
Wyndham Clark-125/1
Vaughn Taylor-125/1
Troy Merritt-125/1
Shawn Stefani-125/1
Kramer Hickok-150/1
Peter Uihlein-150/1
Mackenzie Hughes-150/1
Chris Stroud-150/1
Roberto Castro-150/1
Matt Every-200/1
Harris English-200/1
Kelly Kraft-200/1
Curtis Luck-200/1
Anirban Lahiri-250/1
Cameron Davis-250/1
Ernie Els-250/1
Padraig Harrington-250/1
Colt Knost-250/1
Chad Campbell-300/1
Michael Kim-500/1
Tony Romo-10,000/1

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