The 2015 AT&T Byron Nelson golf tournament on the PGA Tour is taking place from May 28-31, 2015, at the Four Seasons Resort and Dallas Club at TPC Las Colinas in Irving, Texas, just north of Dallas. Here is a list of the odds for PGA golfers to win the 2015 AT&T Byron Nelson.
I’ve listed all the golfers with odds of 100 to 1 or less with comments and few notables with odds above 100 to 1. Both Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson have won this tournament in the past but neither is here this week.
Rory McIlroy is also not here this week after he failed to even make the cut last week at the BMW PGA Championship on the European Tour. Jordan Spieth, however, who just missed last week at Colonial is here and he is the betting favorite.
Good luck to all the golfers and especially the bettors this week at the 2015 AT&T Byron Nelson!
PGA golf odds to win the 2015 AT&T Byron Nelson
1. Jordan Spieth – 9/2 odds
After just missing last week at the Crown Plaza Invitational at Colonial, Jordan Spieth is the fairly heavy favorite to win the 2015 AT&T Byron Nelson at 9/2 odds. Spieth is from Dallas so you know he’d love to win this tournament in his own backyard.
2. Dustin Johnson – 11 to 1
Dustin Johnson should be a big threat to win this week as he seeks his 10th overall PGA Tour win. Johnson has already won this year at the WGC-Cadillac Championship in early March.
3. Jason Day – 16 to 1
Jason Day won the first of his three PGA Tour wins at the Byron Nelson back in 2010. Day won the Farmers Insurance Open this year back in early February.
4. Brandt Snedeker – 25 to 1
After finishing in a tie last week at Colonial with Jordan Spieth and Jason Bohn for second place just one shot behind winner Chris Kirk, Brandt Snedeker is 25 to 1 odds to win this week. Snedeker has seven PGA Tour wins in his career including a win at Pebble Beach in 2015.
T-5. Jimmie Walker – 28 to 1
Seeking sixth tour win. Jimmie Walker already has two wins in 2015 at the Sony Open and the Valero Texas Open. Walker finished tied for 65th last week at Colonial.
T-5. Zach Johnson – 28 to 1
Has 11 tour wins but last was back in early January of 2014. Zach Johnson played well last week at Colonial finishing at -7 tied for 19th place.
T-5. Justin Thomas – 28 to 1
PGA rookie seeking his first tour win. Justin Thomas has made 14 of 19 cuts in 2015 and has five top 10 finishes but has yet to have a top three finish on the PGA Tour.
T-5. Matt Kuchar – 28 to 1
Has not played since missing the cut at The Players Championship. Looking for his 8th career win and first since April of 2014.
T-9. Keegan Bradley – 33 to 1
Has three PGA Tour wins with last coming back in 2012. Keegan Bradley has not played well lately but his first career win was at the Byron Nelson in 2011.
T-9. Ian Poulter – 33 to 1
Ian Poulter played well last week to finish in a tie for fifth at -10 just two strokes behind the winner. Poulter has 10 wins as a pro golfer on European and PGA Tours but his last win was in 2012.
T-9. Charley Hoffman – 33 to 1
Playing well right now but only has three tour wins. Hoffman shot -9 last week to finish in a tie for tenth.
T-9. Gary Woodland – 33 to 1
Did not play last week but finished fourth at Wells Fargo Championship a few weeks ago. Only has two PGA wins with last coming back in 2013.
T-9. Marc Leishman – 33 to 1
Lone win on the PGA Tour was Travelers Championship in 2012. Has earned over $10.7 million even though he almost never wins.
T-14. Brendon Todd, Ryan Palmer – 40 to 1 odds each
Brendon Todd recorded the only win of PGA career at the Bryon Nelson last year. Can he repeat that win? You get 40 to 1 odds if you think so but I would not bet him this week.
16. Harris English – 45 to 1
Has not played since missing cut at Players Championship. Has two PGA wins with last in 2013.
T-17. Brooks Koepka, Morgan Hoffman, Russell Henly, Louis Oosthuizen – 50 to 1
Koepka won his first PGA tournament this year at the Phoenix Open. Hoffman looking for his first win. Henly has two wins with last in March of 2014. Oosthuizen’s only PGA win was British Open win in 2010 but has six more wins on European Tour.
T-21. Boo Weekely, Brian Harman, Daniel Berger, George McNeill, Graham Delaet, Rory Sabbatini – 66 to 1
McNeill tied for fifth last week and seeks third PGA win. Harman (one tour win) and Sabbatini (six PGA wins) tied for 10th last week. Weekely has three wins with last in 2013, and Delaet and Berger looking for first career PGA wins.
T-27. Brendan Steele, Charl Schwartzel, Charles Howell III, Hunter Mahan, John Huh, Patrick Rodgers, Tony Finau, Jason Dufner – 75 to 1
Jason Dufner won here in 2013 and made the cut last week but he just got divorced from his super hot wife. Charles Howell III has now made $28.6 million in his career with just two PGA Tour wins plus 14 seconds and nine thirds.
T-35. Jerry Kelly, John Senden, Scott Piercy, Geoff Ogilvy – 80 to 1
Kelly playing well recently but only has three career wins with last in 2009. Senden and Piercy have two wins each while Ogilvy has eight career wins.
T-39. Brendon de Jonge, Danny Lee, Matt Jones, Sangmoon Bae – 100 to 1
Sangmoon Bae won this tournament in 2013 for first of two PGA wins. De Jonge and Danny Lee looking for first PGa Tour wins. Matt Jones only win was at Shell Houston Open in 2014.
- Scott Verplank – 500 to 1
Won Byron Nelson in 2007
- Vijay Singh – 150 to 1
Won tournament in 2003
- Angel Cabrera – 200 to 1
Two-time major winner has only three PGA Tour wins and he’s not playing great lately but he did win the Greenbrier Classic last July and he’s 200 to 1 odds