The details

The venue: Trinity Forest Golf Club, Texas, USA

Date: May 9-12, 2019

Course stats: Par 71, 7,558 yards

Course summary: Trinity Forest is an open links-style course designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw and only hosted the AT&T Byron Nelson for the first time last year. The course features dramatic bunkering and requires length off the tee with wind the only defence.

Purse: $7.9 million

Defending champion: Aaron Wise (-23)

TV Schedule

Thursday: Featured Groups, Sky Sports Golf & Sky Sports Main Event 1.30pm; Featured Groups, Sky Sports Golf, 6.30pm; Sky Sports Golf, 8.30pm

Friday: Featured Groups, Sky Sports Golf & Sky Sports Main Event 1.30pm; Featured Groups, Sky Sports Golf, 6.30pm; Sky Sports Golf, 8.30pm

Saturday: Featured Groups, Sky Sports Golf 1.30pm; Sky Sports Golf, 8.30pm

Sunday: Featured Groups, Sky Sports Golf 1.30pm; Sky Sports Golf, 8.30pm

AT&T Byron Nelson betting tips: Each-way selections

AT&T Byron Nelson betting tips

Rory Sabbatini (50/1 with bet365) is a player who has started to hit form. He’s someone I backed during the RBC Heritage at 150/1 but he narrowly missed out on placing inside the top 8.

The Slovakian hasn’t missed a cut since the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am at the start of February and heads to Texas with a top 10 and a top 20 in his last two starts.

AT&T Byron Nelson betting tips

Another player to look out for is 22-year-old Scottie Scheffler (60/1), who has finished inside the top 10 in his last four Web.com Tour events.

He currently averages over 310 yards off the tee and just under 70% in driving accuracy, which could prove to be vital on a layout where the wide fairways give a huge advantage to the big hitters.

The Dallas native produced a top 20 at the Valero Texas Open. Can he transfer his form to the PGA Tour once again and perform on home soil?

AT&T Byron Nelson betting tips

Length off the tee is something Kevin Tway (80/1) has in abundance.

Like Scheffler, the American will benefit from the wide fairways at Trinity Forest and hopefully take advantage of the large landing areas on offer.

Tway isn’t in tremendous form but is known to be streaky and can find a good finish out of nowhere. He comes into the event in similar form to last year, where he finished in the top 10.

So that’s the each-way contenders sorted. But who does Matthew think is likely to lift the trophy? Turn the page to find out his top AT&T Byron Nelson betting tips…