DeChambeau slim favorite at new-look Nelson

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Bryson DeChambeau is a slim betting favorite this week as the AT&T Byron Nelson heads to a new venue.

Sung Kang won this event in 2019, the second and final time it was held near Dallas at Trinity Forest. The tournament was canceled last year and now heads across town to TPC Craig Ranch, which has previously hosted Korn Ferry and Q-School events (and where, ironically, Kang is a member). It's the week before a major but there are still plenty of notables in the field, including Masters champ Hideki Matsuyama who will be making his first start since slipping into the green jacket.

Three of the four top-ranked players in the world are also teeing it up this week, but it's not Dustin Johnson or Jon Rahm who is listed as the betting favorite at PointsBet Sportsbook. Instead that distinction belongs to Bryson DeChambeau, who spent some extra jet fuel last week at Quail Hollow en route to salvaging a T-9 finish and now will hope for more success a little closer to home. All three players initially opened as +900 co-favorites, but DeChambeau quickly edged ahead with a move to +850.

Dallas native Jordan Spieth is playing for the first time since Augusta, and he opened at +1100 but was trimmed to +1000 shortly thereafter. Next on the list is Matsuyama, as the Masters champ is joined at +1600 by Daniel Berger. Two more Texas products in search of maiden wins, Scottie Scheffler and Will Zalatoris, are among the top 10 favorites.

Here's a look at some of the other notable odds this week as the Tour returns to Texas, with the PGA Championship officially on the horizon:

Odds to win the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship (via PointsBet)

+850: Bryson DeChambeau

+900: Dustin Johnson, Jon Rahm

+1000: Jordan Spieth

+1600: Hideki Matsuyama, Daniel Berger

+1800: Brooks Koepka

+2000: Matthew Fitzpatrick

+2200: Scottie Scheffler

+2500: Will Zalatoris

+2800: Marc Leishman

+3000: Sam Burns

+4000: Ryan Palmer, Sergio Garcia, Si Woo Kim

+5000: Jason Day

+6000: Aaron Wise, Charl Schwartzel, Harris English, Keith Mitchell, Luke List, Matt Kuchar

+6600: Lee Westwood, Thomas Pieters

+7000: Cameron Champ, Charles Howell III, Talor Gooch

+8000: Alex Noren, Carlos Ortiz, Peter Uihlein, Rickie Fowler, Russell Knox

+9000: Brandt Snedeker, Doug Ghim

+10000: Antoine Rozner, Sebastian Munoz

+12500: Ben Martin, Camilo Villegas, Jhonattan Vegas, John Catlin, Pat Perez, Patton Kizzire, Ryan Moore, Sepp Straka, Tom Hoge

+15000: C.T. Pan, Doc Redman, Erik van Rooyen, James Hahn, Martin Laird, Scott Piercy, Scott Stallings, Tom Lewis, Wyndham Clark

+20000: Adam Schenk, Danny Lee, Harry Higgs, Kevin Chappell, K.H. Lee, Patrick Rodgers, Rory Sabbatini, Vincent Whaley, Wesley Bryan

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