PGA golf betting odds for players to win the 2016 AT&T Byron Nelson

Jason Dufner won for the 4th time in his career in January but has not really played well enough to win since. He tied for 35th last week at the Players. Dustin Johnson – 9 to 1. Charl Schwartzel – 25 to 1

Charl Schwartzel won the Valspar Championship in March for his 2nd PGA Tour win. Gary Woodland is 31 years old and he has two PGA Tour wins with his last win in 2013. Koepka can hit the ball as far as anybody on tour so he’s always a threat. Jimmy Walker, Jason Dufner, Ryan Palmer – 40 to 1 odds each

Brendon Todd won the Byron Nelson in 2014 for his only PGA Tour win to date. Ryan Palmer tied for 4th at the Texas Open and tied for 23rd last week so he’s playing well. Brandt Snedeker has 8 wins in 256 starts including winning the 2016 Farmers Open on February 1st. Louis has been playing well this year though. Sergio’s last win anywhere was at the 2015 Ho Tram Open on the Asian Tour on December 6, 2015.

At odds of 7 to 1, Jordan Spieth is the betting favorite to win the 2016 AT&T Byron Nelson. Jordan Spieth – 7 to 1

2. He was 5th at the Arnold Palmer a few months ago but he finished tied for 54th place last week. He tied for 35th last week. Last year he finished tied for 30th in the Byron Nelson.

Zach Johnson has not played great since he won the 2015 British Open. Jordan Spieth missed the cut by a stoke last week at the Players which was his first tournament since the Masters. Charley Hoffman – 22 to 1

The 2016 AT&T Byron Nelson golf tournament on the PGA Tour is taking place this week from May 19-22, 2016, at the TPC Four Seasons Resort located in Dallas, Texas. That was his first start since the Masters and he was likely rusty too. Vijay has 34 career wins on the PGA Tour but his last win was in 2008. Zach Johnson – 25 to 1

Good luck this week to all the PGA golfers and especially to all the bettors at the 2016 AT&T Byron Nelson!

Brendon Todd – 200 to 1 odds

9. Jordan Spieth is playing this week trying to win this tournament for the first time. Brooks Koepka – 28 to 1

Keegan Bradley won the Byron Nelson in 2011. Sergio Garcia – 20 to 1

Ernie Els won the Byron Nelson back in 1995. Brendon Todd is 30 years old.

Louis Oosthuizen’s only PGA Tour win remains the 2010 British Open. Bryson DeChambeau, Danny Lee, Gary Woodland – 50 to 1 odds each

Tiger Woods (1997) and Jason Day (2010) have won this tournament once each. Snedeker missed the cut last week.

Steven Bowditch – 250 to 1 odds

T-6. Tom Watson (1975, 1978-80) holds the record for most wins in the tournament with four. Will he win? Your call.

5. He tied for 64th place last week at the Players. He has one career win, which came in 2012, in 187 starts. He should play better this week but 25 to 1 odds are probably not enough for a bet on him to win.

Bryson DeChambeau tied for 4th at the 2016 RBC Heritage in his first pro start but has missed the cut in his two tournaments since. That was the first of his three PGA Tour wins including the 2011 PGA Championship major. Dustin Johnson has nine PGA Tour wins with his last win coming at the 2015 WGC-Cadillac 14 months ago.

Jimmy Walker missed the cut in his last two starts including last week. The 26 year old has three top 10 finishes in 2016. Here is a list of the betting odds for the PGA golfers to win the 2016 AT&T Byron Nelson.

Ernie Els – 150 to 1 odds

Listed below with comments are all the PGA players this week with odds of 50 to 1 or less to win the 2016 Byron Nelson. Danny Lee is 25 and he won for the first time on tour last year at the Greenbrier. Sam Snead is second with three wins (1945, 1957, 1958) followed by Jack Nicklaus (1970, 1971) and Bruce Lietzke (1981, 1988) with two wins each.

T-12. He missed the cut last week at the Players. Brandt Snedeker, Marc Leishman – 33 to 1 odds each

T-6. He finished second in the WGC Match Play in March and won the Perth International on the European Tour in February. Kuchar has seven PGA Tour wins but his last win was over two years ago.

Marc Leishman is a great golfer but not a great winner. Bowditch has two wins on tour and they came one each over the last two years and both were in Texas and it’s not impossible he could turn it around this week but he’s still a tough bet.


Charley Hoffman won the Texas Open a month ago for his 4th PGA Tour win. The problem with Charl Schwartzel this week is he has not played since he missed the cut at the Masters.

Dustin Johnson tied for 28th last week at Sawgrass. For his career, Ernie Els has over 40 wins on the European and PGA Tours combined but his last win was 2013. Bradley, the nephew of LPGA great Pat Bradley, has not won on tour since 2012. He has one PGA Tour win and one European Tour win so far in his career.

Sergio Garcia was likely rusty at the Players where he tied for 54th place. He also won the Tshwane Open in February for his 9th European Tour win. He finished tied for 35th last week.

1. Then some notable players are also listed with much higher odds who have won this tournament in the past.

Matt Kuchar played well last week tying for 3rd place but he is tough bet here at only 18 to 1 odds. Vijay is 53 years old.

T-6. He was likely rusty last week and should play much better this week. He tied for 28th place last week.

3. He has 8 PGA wins and 11 more European Tour wins. Louis Oosthiuzen – 25 to 1

Keegan Bradley – 66 to 1 odds

4. Expect him to play better this week also. He has three wins on tour but his last win was in 2010.


Vijay Singh won this tournament in 2003. He missed the cut at the Players last week and he should play better this week but he only has the four wins in 295 career starts which makes him a tough bet for the win.

Brooks Koepka is interesting this week. Ernie is 46 years old.

The Byron Nelson has been played annually since 1944. Sergio had not played since the Masters. Woodland has missed only one cut this season in 13 tournaments but has yet to crack the top 10 in any start.

Steven Bowditch is the defending champion in the AT&T Byron Nelson but he’s been playing terrible lately missing the cut in his last five starts. Matt Kuchar – 18 to 1


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