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It’s a trip to Texas for the PGA Tour this week, as the players stop off at the AT&T Byron Nelson.

It’s a strong field, headlined by the world No. 1, in-form Scottie Scheffler. He’s won four out of his last seven tournaments, so look out for him.

The defending champion this week is K.H. Lee, who made it two wins from two for the Republic of Korea at the AT&T, as he defeated defending champion Sung Kang. Fellow South Korean Sangmoon Bae lifted the trophy as well, back in 2013.

The event is a popular one with the Dallas locals, who have sold out the tournament for the first time since 2008. That’s more than a week in advance of the tournament starting, so expect to see healthy and raucous crowds this week on the tour.

Last year, TPC Craig Ranch yielded pretty low scoring, with K.H. Lee getting to 25-under-par by the end of the week. That was the course’s first year hosting the event, so this time around you might see some tougher scoring conditions. 

This is the last chance for players to get ready for next week’s PGA Championship. For some, they’ll be looking to win and get some momentum going into the major, for others, it’s all about working on their swing rather than worrying about their score. For those of us looking to pick a winner, this can make things tricky. 

With that being said, let’s take a look at all the essential details you need to know before the event…

AT&T Byron Nelson details  

Course: TPC Craig Ranch 

Course stats: Par 72, 7,438 yards 

Date: May 12 – 15, 2022 

Purse: $9.1 million 

Winner’s share: $1.458 million 

Defending champion: K.H. Lee   

AT&T Byron Nelson betting tips

Here’s the big names who have committed to playing this week.

Scottie Scheffler 10/1

Justin Thomas 14/1

Xander Schauffele 18/1

Dustin Johnson 22/1

Jordan Spieth 22/1

Sam Burns 22/1

Will Zalatoris 25/1

Hideki Matsuyama 33/1

Joaquin Niemann 35/1

Brooks Koepka 40/1

The bunkered Bet

Tom Hoge (110/1): Hoge is a long shot, but with those odds he is seriously overpriced. He’s already won this year, and is ranked in the top-40 in the world. Plus, he went to college in Texas, so he’ll have plenty support from the crowd.

All odds correct at time of publishing and are subject to change. Please always gamble responsibly.

AT&T Byron Nelson: How do I watch it on TV?

It’s the usual Thursday to Sunday schedule this week, with coverage starting on the Sky Sports Red Button at 12.45pm on Thursday and Friday. The main coverage for the first two days starts at 6.30pm.

Over the weekend, Sky Sports Red Button coverage starts at 1pm, with Saturday’s main show on at 5pm on Sky Sports Golf and final round full coverage starting at 6pm.

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