Byron Nelson 2019 Betting Tips

Well an unfortunately one with our small bet of Rory at Quail Hollow last week. He actually went into the final round as the favourite to win at the sportsbooks but crashed and burned on the final round to end up tied for 8th place.

5 times now something similar has happened this year? Golf variance is fun 😉 But like I’ve always said I’m just happy to be in contention on the last day. At least Rory gave us that sort of interest unlike the Phil pick which was just a disaster.

Plus was so nice to see Homa and Dahmen at the top at the end. Both have great back stories and it was cool to see them in there. Big props to them.

This week we’ve got the AT&T Byron Nelson and the British Masters and next week it’s the PGA Championship.

Great time to be a golf fan! Unfortunately no betting tips for the British Masters this week. I think Tommy boy might be able to take it but 8/1 just seems like one of those really fair prices ya know? Maaaybe a slight edge as Tommy knows this course very well but not enough for me to advise a bet. If you want a bet just for pure entertainment purposes however, I’d go with it.

Let’s get to it:

Byron Nelson 2019 Betting Tips:

Trinity Forest is one of those courses I’d love to play at. Very different style of course and it was fun watching it last year. The size of that one green is just mental. Last years tournament doesn’t give us tons of data but here’s what I’ve got:

Scott Piercy: 45/1. In solid form with a third place at RBC Heritage and a 13th place in NOLA, he didn’t have a great time here last year although did make the cut. However GIR and driving accuracy both should be big factors here where he ranks well enough to make a bet. 1/2u to win & E/W

Keith Mitchell: 33/1. Coming in on form with an 8th place finish last time out and he performed very well here last year with a 3rd place. He loves the Bermuda and I really like him as a strong contender here. 1/2u to win & E/W.

Scott Scheffler: 60/1. Just one of those guys that when I run the numbers, he pops up enough to make it worth a bet. He’s from Dallas too and in form at the Web.com. Worth a small play. 1/4u to win & E/W.

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