Just another normal week on the PGA Tour with a young stud claiming his first PGA title almost out of nowhere. Max Homa, a Twitter favorite, won the Wells Fargo by 3 strokes. The leaderboard did have some big names, so it wasn’t like there wasn’t competition. Max was just that good. This week the PGA Tour heads to Dallas, to Trinity Forest for the Byron Nelson Classic. It’s an event before a major, so the field isn’t as strong as many, but there’s still a lot to like. There should be a ton of scoring this week. Let’s see who the guys like with the 2019 AT&T Byron Nelson Classic PGA OAD Picks.
|Last WK $||$99,540||$44,804||$99,540||$44,804||$67,437|
|Last WK PK||Webb||Hideki||Webb||Day||Glover|
|This WK PK||Mitchell||Trey||Sabbatini||Hideki|
Jesse (@DFSGolfGods) – Rory Sabbatini
For the Byron Nelson I will be using Rory… Sabbatini. Yeah I know it sounds weird. A year or even 6 months ago I wouldn’t imagine using him as a OAD or paying up $9k on DK, but here we are. He is playing very well, especially Friday through Sunday last week and finished 13th here last year. So he’s the guy this week. Good luck!
Bubba (@bdentrek) – Hideki Matsuyama
Day started off strong last week, but couldn’t do it for all 4 rounds. Still a solid finish to hold the lead, but was hoping for more. This week the field doesn’t have a lot of “elite” talent, but there are a few. I’ll be going with one of them with Hideki Matsuyama. He finished 16th here last year. He’s an elite ball striker and it’s his putting that usually hurts. These greens are a little more friendly this week and hopefully the Hidekibot gets it done.
Rob (@AllDayEvery365) – Trey Mullinax
Say what? Name another guy who has gained 13 strokes his last two tournaments. Well you can, but I’m not using Henrik on this type of course. Trey’s lack of OTT this year is crazy considering he’s top 20 on tour in driving distance. Softer conditions, wider fairways, just have to hope the putter does anything.
Chet (@AtomicBets) – Keith Mitchell
Did very little analysis for my pick this week. Just taking a guy with reasonably good form in a field that isn’t all that tough.