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Here are some of the top DFS picks for the 2022 AT&T Byron Nelson from the SGPN Golf Slack Channel.
2022 AT&T Byron Nelson DFS – Best Picks
Jordan Spieth – $10,100
@Munaf Manji: Because Texas.
Will Zalatoris – $9,400
@Tommy Lathrop: Spieth Smeeth! I’m going with the best Texas golfer in the field – Willie Z!
Joaquin Niemann – $9,300
@Hoosiers00: Niemann ranks inside the Top 20 in Par 5 Scoring, Strokes Gained – Approach and Birdie or Better % over his last 24 rounds. He’s longer than most off the tee. He’s a very strong iron player. And he can score with the best of them. He just needs to find that putter. He’s coming off a 35th at The Masters and a 12th at the RBC Heritage. He may be overlooked with Sam Burns and Will Zalatoris priced above him. He’s my favorite DFS pick for the 2022 AT&T Byron Nelson.
Talor Gooch – $8,600
@Steve Schirmer: While his ownership will be double digits, he’s on track to only be the fourth most popular golfer in the $8K range. Gooch is an Oklahoma St. alum. Oklahoma St’s home course is Karsten Creek GC in Stillwater, OK. Not only do both Karsten Creek and TPC Craig Ranch feature Zoysia fairways (a grass rarely seen on the PGA Tour), they also feature Bentgrass greens. And historically, Gooch has been good on Bentgrass greens.
He’s also trending up over the last two months with his irons and his putting. His birdie or better rates are quite high relative to the field. And he’s demonstrated the ability to go low at easy scoring golf tournaments. I love Gooch as my top DFS play at the 2022 AT&T Byron Nelson.
Jhonattan Vegas – $8,400
@Boston Capper: My top DFS Pick for the 2022 AT&T Byron Nelson is Vegas. I know he’s chalk, but he looked healthy last week. He gained over 10 strokes on approach at the Wells Fargo Championship while losing strokes off-the-tee. Off-the-tee performance doesn’t matter this week.
Jason Kokrak – $8,300
@Chris Fox: Kokrak won at Colonial and the Houston Open. He knows how to win in Texas. He’s my top DFS pick for the 2022 AT&T Byron Nelson.
Aaron Wise – $8,100
@Macolm Bamford: He’s a former winner of the AT&T Byron Nelson and he looked good in Mexico.
Cameron Champ – $8,000
@Cameron Kerr: Because I’ll be at TPC Craig Ranch this week and I only follow and support golfers named Cameron.
Marc Leishman – $7,800
@Paul Erickson: He’s made 13 of his last 15 cuts. He’s finished inside the Top 40 in 12 of his last 15 starts. He finished 21st at TPC Craig Ranch in 2021. He hit the ball well his last time out but struggled around the greens. The greens are big at TPC Craig Ranch, which should help him out. He’s also surrounded by very popular players like Seamus Power, Maverick McNealy and Si Woo Kim. Most of the $7K range will be chalky, so he might be a good pivot. If it gets hot, I’ll go with the Aussie narrative. Leishman is my favorite pick for the 2022 AT&T Byron Nelson.
Doc Redman – $6,800
@Dev: Feels like there’s always a complete rando here and I haven’t heard his name in a while.