PGA Tour Byron Nelson 2015: Date, Time, TV Channel & Odds

Jordan Spieth highlights the Byron Nelson field this week. (Getty)

Jordan Spieth highlights the Byron Nelson field this week. (Getty)

Five years ago, Jordan Spieth entered the final round of the Byron Nelson in a tie for 7th. On Sunday, though, he stumbled a bit and ended the tournament tied for 16th.

Thing is, Spieth was just 16-years-old at the time, playing on a sponsor’s exemption. Spieth, who grew up in the Dallas area, was an amateur star and received the first exemption since Trip Kuehne in 1995. Justin Leonard and Tiger Woods received exemptions in 1993 and, obviously, have more than solid careers. Spieth seems to be following that path.

If you didn’t know, the 21-year-old won the Masters in April and is now the second-ranked golfer in the world.

This week Spieth returns to Irving, Texas, for another AT&T Byron Nelson, and he’s the heavy favorite with 9/2 odds. Spieth is coming off a T2 at last weekend’s Crowne Plaza Invitational.

Dustin Johnson (11/1), Jason Day (16/1) and Brandt Snedeker (25/1) also highlight the field for the U.S. Open tuneup at TPC Four Seasons Resort.

The tournament tees off Thursday, May 28. Tee times are not available yet.

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Keep reading for all the information you need for this week’s AT&T Byron Nelson:

The Basics

What:

AT&T Byron Nelson

When:

Thursday, May 28, through Sunday, May 31

Where:

TPC Four Seasons Resort – Irving, Texas

TV Times & Channel:

First Round: Thursday, 4 to 7 p.m. Eastern, Golf Channel
Second Round: Friday, 4 to 7 p.m. Eastern, Golf Channel
Third Round: Saturday, 1 to 2:30 p.m. Eastern, Golf Channel & 3 to 6 p.m., CBS
Final Round: Sunday, 1 to 2:30 p.m. Eastern, Golf Channel & 3 to 6 p.m., CBS

Purse:

$7.1 million; Winners Share: $1.278 million

FedExCup Points For the Winner:

500

Last Year’s Winner:

Brendon Todd


AT&T Byron Nelson Odds

Jordan Spieth … 9/2
Dustin Johnson … 11/1
Jason Day … 16/1
Brandt Snedeker … 25/1
Jimmy Walker … 28/1
Justin Thomas … 28/1
Matt Kuchar … 28/1
Zach Johnson … 28/1
Charley Hoffman … 33/1
Gary Woodland … 33/1
Ian Poulter … 33/1
Keegan Bradley … 33/1
Marc Leishman … 33/1
Brendon Todd … 40/1
Ryan Palmer … 40/1
Harris English … 45/1
Brooks Koepka … 50/1
Louis Oosthuizen … 50/1
Morgan Hoffman … 50/1
Russell Henley … 50/1
Boo Weekley … 66/1
Brian Harman … 66/1
Daniel Berger … 66/1
George Mcneill … 66/1
Graham Delaet … 66/1
Rory Sabbatini … 66/1
Brendan Steele … 75/1
Charl Schwartzel … 75/1
Charles Howell III … 75/1
Hunter Mahan … 75/1
Jason Dufner … 75/1
John Huh … 75/1
Patrick Rodgers … 75/1
Tony Finau … 75/1
Geoff Ogilvy … 80/1
Jerry Kelly … 80/1
John Senden … 80/1
Scott Piercy … 80/1
Brendon De Jonge … 100/1
Danny Lee … 100/1
Matt Jones … 100/1
Sangmoon Bae … 100/1
Adam Hadwin .. 125/1
Bo Van Pelt … 125/1
Carlos Ortiz … 125/1
Chad Campbell … 125/1
Hudson Swafford … 125/1
Jim Herman … 125/1
Martin Laird … 125/1
Nick Watney … 125/1
Scott Brown … 125/1
Cameron Smith … 150/1
D.A. Points … 150/1
Erik Compton … 150/1
James Hahn … 150/1
Jeff Overton … 150/1
Luke Guthrie … 150/1
Vijay Singh … 150/1
Will Wilcox … 150/1
Alex Cejka … 175/1
Chad Collins … 175/1
Colt Knost … 175/1
Jhonattan Vegas … 175/1
Rod Pampling … 175/1
Aaron Baddeley … 200/1
Alex Prugh … 200/1
Angel Cabrera … 200/1
Ben Crane … 200/1
Billy Hurley III … 200/1
Bryce Molder … 200/1
Charlie Beljan … 200/1
D.H. Lee … 200/1
David Lingmerth … 200/1
Fredrik Jacobson … 200/1
John Merrick … 200/1
Johnson Wagner … 200/1
Jon Curran … 200/1
Jonas Blixt … 200/1
Jonathan Randolph … 200/1
Kyle Reifers … 200/1
Martin Flores … 200/1
Michael Putnam … 200/1
Michael Thompson … 200/1
Retief Goosen … 200/1
Robert Garrigus … 200/1
Scott Pinckney … 200/1
Zac Blair … 200/1
Andres Gonzales … 250/1
Andrew Putnam … 250/1
Brian Davis … 250/1
Brian Stuard … 250/1
Carl Pettersson … 250/1
Chez Reavie … 250/1
Derek Fathauer … 250/1
Fabian Gomez … 250/1
J.J. Henry … 250/1
Jason Gore … 250/1
Jonathan Byrd … 250/1
Kenny Perry … 250/1
Nicholas Thompson … 250/1
Ricky Barnes … 250/1
Sam Saunders … 250/1
Scott Langley … 250/1
Steve Wheatcroft … 250/1
Steven Bowditch … 250/1
Whee Kim … 250/1
Andres Romero … 300/1
Blake Adams … 300/1
Cameron Percy … 300/1
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano … 300/1
Greg Owen … 300/1
John Mallinger … 300/1
Ken Duke … 300/1
Max Homa … 300/1
Richard Sterne … 300/1
Robert Allenby … 300/1
S.J. Park … 300/1
Spencer Levin … 300/1
Andrew Svoboda … 350/1
Brandon Hagy … 350/1
Cody Gribble … 350/1
Derek Ernst … 350/1
John Rollins … 350/1
Steven Alker … 350/1
Tom Gillis … 350/1
Tyrone Van-Aswegen … 350/1
Harrison Frazar … 400/1
Heath Slocum … 400/1
Bill Lunde … 500/1
Byron Smith … 500/1
Carlos Sainz Jr … 500/1
Eric Axley … 500/1
Mark Hubbard … 500/1
Mike Weir … 500/1
Roger Sloan … 500/1
Scott Verplank … 500/1
Tim Wilkinson … 500/1
Tom Hoge … 500/1
Benjamin Alvarado … 750/1
Jim Renner … 750/1
Joe Affrunti … 750/1
Mark Anderson … 750/1
Oscar Fraustro …. 750/1
Zack Sucher … 750/1
Kevin Golding … 1000/1
Neal Lancaster … 1000/1


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Five years ago, Jordan Spieth entered the final round of the Byron Nelson in a tie for 7th. On Sunday, though, he stumbled a bit and ended the tournament tied for 16th.

Thing is, Spieth was just 16-years-old at the time, playing on a sponsor’s exemption. Spieth, who grew up in the Dallas area, was an amateur star and received the first exemption since Trip Kuehne in 1995. Justin Leonard and Tiger Woods received exemptions in 1993 and, obviously, have more than solid careers. Spieth seems to be following that path.

If you didn’t know, the 21-year-old won the Masters in April and is now the second-ranked golfer in the world.

This week Spieth returns to Irving, Texas, for another AT&T Byron Nelson, and he’s the heavy favorite with 9/2 odds. Spieth is coming off a T2 at last weekend’s Crowne Plaza Invitational.

Dustin Johnson (11/1), Jason Day (16/1) and Brandt Snedeker (25/1) also highlight the field for the U.S. Open tuneup at TPC Four Seasons Resort.

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