AT&T Byron Nelson Betting Picks

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The PGA Tour rolls on to the AT&T Byron Nelson after a phenomenal week at the Players Championship. A few noticeable storyline’s developed at TPC Sawgrass. The young Korean Champion Si Woo Kim put on a seriously impressive display as he fought off Louis Oosthuizen and Ian Poulter down the stretch to win for the secind time on the PGA Tour. Si Woo Kim will now have to decide when he heads back to Korea to serve his 2 years of mandatory military service. A shame for a star so bright to have to leave the game just as he gets going. Ian Poulter was another that impressed and he will be thrilled with his second place finish. This week the action takes place at TPC Four Seasons Resort at Las Colinas. The course measures 7, 166 yards and plays as a par 70. Sergio Garcia is back to defend the title he won here last year. If he does win it will be his third win at TPC Four Seasons. Who would bet against him after the year he’s had? Not only did he win the Masters but he also managed to ace the 17th at TPC Sawgrass last week. A man in inspired form and ready to win again.

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Brooks Koepka (+1800

Brooks Koepka narrowly missed out on a win here last year. Only losing out to Sergio Garcia in a playoff. Koepka enjoys this course and makes the most out of his length as it isn’t a very long track. He will be able to be aggressive by constantly hunting flags. Koepka is a real talent and is destined to win many more times on tour. Watch out for him this week as he arrives at one of his favorite hunting grounds looking to do so damage.

Jason Day (+1800

Jason Day is due a win very soon. The talented Australian had to put up with some turmoil behind the scenes at the start of the season as his mother was battling cancer. That has settled down and she is in better health now. The change in Day is evident as he looks calmer and more relaxed. Watch out for him this week.

Ian Poulter (+5000

Since Poulter found out he hadn’t actually lost his playing privileges this season due to an admin oversight, he has been looking like a different player. He will look to carry on from where he left off at TPC Sawgrass.

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