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Just one PGA Tour event to go until the May PGA Championship is upon us! We have the AT&T Byron Nelson this week, with a modest field at Trinity Forest Golf Club in Dallas as the Bethpage tune-up. (It’s not much of one, honestly.) There are plenty of high-ranked players, but many of them are in poor form or aren’t typically on PGA Tour field lists. So, this week will be tricky.
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2019 AT&T Byron Nelson rankings: Top 10 picks
1. Brooks Koepka — May not be the guy to love to win this week — next week is more important — but Brooks is the best player in this field, and it’s not even close at the moment.
2. Sungjae Im — Im is playing a heavy schedule this year, it feels, trying to get his bearings on which places he likes for the future. But he’s great everywhere.
3. Rory Sabbatini — Sabbo is on a good run here, with nice cashes at Harbour Town and Quail Hollow. He’s a man on the climb.
4. Henrik Stenson — Stenson has slowly and quietly been coming around since Bay Hill. Nothing amazing, but solid, which is great for this field.
5. Hideki Matsuyama — He’s just kinda lingering, with good finishes a plenty but not many great ones. Ready to bust out soon.
6. Justin Harding — Harding murders weak Euro Tour fields. The Nelson isn’t that weak, but on a wide-open course, he could do some damage.
7. Lucas Bjerregaard — The Masters blow up stung, but a T-21 to recover was a good thing. Rested and ready to go.
8. Rafa Cabrera Bello — I love RCB’s game, but he just isn’t popping consistently enough to rank him higher this week.
9. Scottie Scheffler — The UT product just locked up his PGA Tour card through the Web with conditional status. He’s a stud in the making.
10. K.H. Lee — It’s about time we talk about how well Kyoung-hoon Lee is playing since the West Coast Swing. Made 7 straight cuts (with a WD) and four top-26 finishes. Not bad.
My primary DraftKings lineup
- Sungjae Im – $9,600
- Rory Sabbatini – $9,000
- Rafa Cabrera Bello – $8,600
- Scottie Scheffler – $7,900
- K.H. Lee – $7,500
- Brian Gay – $7,300
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