A total of 500 FedExCup points are up for grabs for the winner of the 2022 AT&T Byron Nelson, which will be held at TPC Craig Ranch down in McKinney, Texas. Who will be the last man standing when it’s all said and done on the course?
Betting Preview for the 2022 AT&T Byron Nelson Golf Tournament Running from May 12 to 15, 2022
Where: TPC Craig Ranch, McKinney, Texas
When: May 12 to 15, 2022
Lines: View all 2022 AT&T Byron Nelson lines
TV Broadcast: GOLFTV
Scottie Scheffler (+900)
The Dallas, Texas native has been sensational this season, especially since the calendar flipped to 2022. Scheffler has amassed a total of four wins in his last seven starts, a stretch that included back-to-back wins in the 2022 World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play and, of course, in the 2022 Masters Tournament last month. He skipped the past two PGA TOUR events, but the last time he played, he ended up with a decent T18 in the 2022 Zurich Classic of New Orleans. Scheffler is currently fourth this season overall with a 71.26 greens in regulations percentage.
Justin Thomas (+1100)
In all 11 starts this season, Thomas has managed to make the cut that many times as well. He is still in search of his first win, but he’s a very consistent player who always makes his way into contention. In those 11 starts, Thomas has three top 3s and six top 10s. His best finishes thus far were a solo third in the 2022 World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba and a T3 in the 2022 Valspar Championship. Overall, he is second this season in terms of birdie average (5.00) and fifth in sand save percentage (67.86%).
Jordan Spieth (+1500)
After quite a long rest, Spieth is coming back to action. He last started in the 2022 RBC Heritage, which he won, so there’s perhaps he’s still feeling some momentum off that victory. Spieth is 8 of 11 this season, with a couple of top 10s and four top 25s. Last year, Spieth finished ninth in the 2021 AT&T Byron Nelson with an 18-under 270 score to take home $212,625.00.
Aaron Wise (+4000)
Here’s what we said about Aaron Wise in our 2022 AT&T Byron Nelson sleepers preview.
He won the 2018 edition of this tournament, albeit on a different course (Trinity Forest Golf Club). Wise also seems to be headed in the right direction after a missed cut in the 2022 Valspar Championship, as he followed that up with a T21 in the 2022 RBC Heritage and a T6 in the Mexico Open at Vidanta. Wise has already collected a total of three top 10s and six top 25s, with four missed cuts in 14 starts this season.
Jason Day (+5000)
Here’s what we said about Jason Day in our 2022 AT&T Byron Nelson sleepers preview.
The 12-time PGA TOUR winner is starting to get his rhythm back. After three missed cuts in a row, Day has picked up a T10 in the 2022 Zurich Classic of New Orleans and a T15 in the Wells Fargo Championship. He’s hoping for the same kind of trend at the AT&T Byron Nelson this week after missing the cut in last year’s edition of the tournament, though that was in a different location. Overall this season, Day has a pair of top 10s and four top 25s while making the cut in seven of 11 total starts.
Branden Grace (+30000)
Grace is just 7 of 15 this season but he recently just had a T4 in the 2022 Zurich Classic of New Orleans.
Mark Hubbard (+30000)
Hubbard is 8 of 12 this season with four top 25s, including a recent T14 in the 2022 Zurich Classic of New Orleans.
Jordan Spieth wins the 2022 AT&T Byron Nelson.
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