2017 AT&T Byron Nelson expert picks, rankings, fantasy golf and betting tips
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2017 AT&T Byron Nelson expert picks, rankings, fantasy golf and betting tips


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The AT&T Byron Nelson has a sneaky good field, with Dustin Johnson, Jason Day, Jordan Spieth, Sergio Garcia and Brooks Koepka among the top players in the field. This is the last year at TPC Four Seasons, moving to Trinity Forest next year.

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2017 AT&T Byron Nelson rankings: Top 10 picks

1. Dustin Johnson - Johnson finished T-12 at The Players despite not having his best stuff. That's his best-ever finish in the event, which is something to note given his struggles there. Good record here.

2. Sergio Garcia - Garcia fell apart on Sunday at TPC Sawgrass after playing his way into contention on Saturday. He wasn't even really fully into the tournament, but he's the defending champ here and playing well overall.


3. Brooks Koepka - Brooks was the runner-up to Garcia here last year, and he really should have won. He did well at The Players, and he's been coming along dating back to the Masters. Ripe for a win.

4. Jordan Spieth - Found the final Sunday group last year and faded to T-18. He's been in contention here as a pro and as an amateur. Hometown event with his bag sponsor.

5. Jason Dufner - It's a bit of a fall off after the top four or five players in the rankings. Dufner's been cashing all season long, and he played well before running into a T-60 last week at Sawgrass.

6. Ryan Palmer - Palmer's a good egg at this tournament, being it's in the DFW. However, he did miss the cut last week at Players. Then again, top-11s in the three prior starts.

7. Charley Hoffman - Hoffman has a good record and in Texas in general. He can handle the wind well.

8. Matt Kuchar - Kuchar is one of the most consistent performers in this event, and he's probably one of a handful of players sad to see TPC Four Seasons go. Struggled last week with a blow up at Sawgrass, but that can be forgiven.

9. Kevin Tway - I've really come around on Kevin Tway in recent weeks. He's been on fire, stalking top-five finishes the last three starts. Love his length and he's finally figuring out the PGA Tour.

10. Bud Cauley - On the opposite end of Tway's length, Bud Cauley is playing great golf lately. Great golf. Had a run here last year.

My DraftKings lineup for this week:

  1. Jason Dufner - $8,800
  2. Charley Hoffman - $8,500
  3. Ryan Palmer - $8,200
  4. Bud Cauley - $7,800
  5. Kevin Tway - $7,700
  6. J.T. Poston - $7,300

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