The AT&T Byron Nelson had a new home for 2021 and it was K.H. Lee who made history on the course.
Lee shot 25-under 263 at TPC Craig Ranch, which hosted its first PGA Tour event ever, to win the AT&T Byron Nelson. It was Lee's first career PGA Tour win and the lowest 72-hole score to par at the event since 1983. He entered the tournament as a massive underdog, with PGA Tour odds of +15,000.
Here were all the golf odds to win the AT&T Byron Nelson, which took place from May 13-16.
AT&T Byron Nelson odds
|Golfer||Odds to win|
|Si Woo Kim||+4,500|
Odds courtesy DraftKings Sportsbook as of May 12, 2021.
AT&T Byron Nelson favorites
Official World Golf Ranking No. 3 Jon Rahm was the betting co-favorite at +800. Rahm missed the cut at the Wells Fargo Championship, which took place the weekend before, but he had posted four straight Top-10 finishes prior to that.
Rahm was tied with FedEx Cup leader Bryson DeChambeau, who also entered with +800 odds. DeChambeau finished with a T9 at Wells Fargo, his third Top-10 finish in his last four stroke play events, but finished a disappointing T55 at the AT&T Byron Nelson. Rahm placed T34.
OWGR No. 1 Dustin Johnson withdrew from the event due to a knee injury, which moved Jordan Spieth (+1,100) into sole possession of the third spot, while the Top 5 was rounded out by Daniel Berger (+1,700) and Scottie Scheffler (+1,900). Berger finished T3, Spieth came in at T9, while Scheffler was a distant T47.
Where was the 2021 AT&T Byron Nelson played?
The 2021 AT&T Byron Nelson was played at TPC Craig Ranch in Texas. It was designed by Tom Weiskopf and opened in 2004. The 7,438-yard, par-72 hosted the AT&T Byron Nelson for the first time, which marked the first PGA Tour event at the course.
Who won the AT&T Byron Nelson in 2020?
The 2020 event was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Kang Sung-hoon won the tournament in 2019, shooting a 23-under 261 to best Matt Every and Scott Piercy by two strokes.
What was the AT&T Byron Nelson payout in 2021?
The AT&T Byron Nelson purse was $8.1 million, with Lee taking home $1.458 million for his victory.
How to bet on PGA Tour odds
The most popular way to bet on golf is by simply picking the winner, which is also referred to as an outright. There are plenty of other ways to wager, however. Some of the more popular markets include head-to-head betting, where sportsbooks pair up two golfers and you simply choose who you think will have the lower score over the course of the weekend or for one round only. Similarly, there are also 3-way betting markets (choose the best golfer among three choices) and group betting (choose the best golfer amongst a group of players).
Other ways to wager include Top-5/Top-10/Top-20 finish, top golfer by nationality, to make the cut/to not make the cut, and the leader after each round. Then, of course, there's the popular prop bet of whether or not there will be a hole in one at the tournament.
Where can I bet on PGA Tour odds?
With PGA betting growing in popularity, most online sportsbooks and casinos will offer golf odds for the AT&T Byron Nelson. Check out the best golf betting sites available where you live and see what PGA Tour odds they have available.