The 2022 AT&T Byron Nelson takes place at TPC Craig Ranch McKinney, Texas. Many golfers have played well here in the past and it should show up once again this season.
Since many golfers have played well here in the last, it should be a close matchup throughout the top golfers for the weekend. Below you can see which favorites have the best chance to win.
Date: May 12–15, 2022
Course: TPC Craig Ranch
Watch on: GOLF, CBS
Top Betting Favorites at Play
With this being the last event right before the PGA Championship, it seems many top names in golf have decided to work on their game. The field is rather packed, in comparison to other events leading up to this one.
Below are the top 10 golfers for potential favorite odds to win. The following has been provided by DraftKings:
Scottie Scheffler +700
Justin Thomas +900
Will Zalatoris +1400
Dustin Johnson +1800
Xander Schauffele +1800
Jordan Spieth +2200
Sam Burns +2200
Joaquin Niemann +3500
Hideki Matsuyama +3500
Seamus Power +3500
*odds could change at any time
Justin Thomas has been back and forth when it comes to consistency this season. Over the last few events, you can see him place within the top 10 and then bounce out.
Thomas’s game translates well to this environment. As long as he continues to remain positive, this event could be his for the taking.
Will Zalatoris might be the best value pick for a favorite to win, especially since he tied for 17th last year here. With his previous success compared to some of the other golfers on the field, he is playing confident at a course he already plays well at.
Dustin Johnson might be worth a consideration if you believe he has found his stride. He has not played terrible golf lately, but it still is weird to see him behind the pack. Over the last few tournaments, he has looked much better than he did at the start of the season.
Seamus Power is worth some attention as the 40th ranked golfer in the world. His climb up the rankings has been great to watch.
Power missed the cut at the Wells Fargo Championship, but has played excellent at this event last year. During that time, he tied for ninth with a score of -18.
Most Likely Favorite to Succeed
Scottie Scheffler has transformed into a golfing sensation seemingly overnight. With a handful of victories on the season and now the best golfer in the world according to the rankings, he has a chance to stand out once again.
Last year at this event was a completely different version of Scheffler. He finished tied for 47 with a final score of -11.
This is one of Scheffler’s favorite golf courses to play at, which should bode well for his improved game as of late. As long as he feels like landing birdies, he should be in great shape.