2023 AT&T Byron Nelson odds, course history and picks to win

The final tune-up for the 2023 PGA Championship is here as the PGA Tour is in McKinney, Texas, for the AT&T Byron Nelson at TPC Craig Ranch.

Jordan Spieth, one of the biggest names in the field and the solo runner-up to K.H. Lee at this event last season, withdrew on Monday citing “severe pain” is his left wrist.

While that Texan won’t be teeing it up on Thursday, world No. 2 Scottie Scheffler is making his first start since the RBC Heritage (T-11). The University of Texas star tied for 15th at TPC Craig Ranch in 2022.

This will be the third Byron Nelson played on the Tom Weiskopf design with Lee winning the first two.

Golf course

TPC Craig Ranch | Par 72 | 7,414 yards

A aerial view of the 2022 AT&T Byron Nelson from TPC Craig Ranch near Dallas. (Photo: Tim Schmitt/Golfweek)

Course history

TPC Craig Ranch – Course History for the #ATTByronNelson – aka “K.H. Lee Open”

Includes finish position and Strokes Gained per round from the two events here in 2021 and 2022.

*Past Winners/Odds

2022 – K.H. Lee (-26) +10000
2021 – K.H. Lee (-25) +15000

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