2011 Byron Nelson Championship Picks

Byron Nelson Championship Picks:
Pick 1: Brian Gay E/W @ 28/1 (BET365) Gay has a standout record at the Byron Nelson Championship and has been in fine form in recent weeks. Ranks 5th in bogey avoidance, a key stat this week on a tough track.

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Pick 2: Rory Sabbitini E/W @ 25/1 (general) Again, Sabbitini at the top of his form just now and winner of the Byron Nelson Championship in 2009 with a tournament record -19. Lives in the area and will have support behind him. 14th in bogey avoidance.

Pick 3: John Senden E/W @ 45/1 (BET365) A toss up between Sean o' Hair and John Senden and I've went for the latter as his form at the Byron Nelson is slightly better in recent years and his game was looking good last week at Colonial. Also a Texas Resident.

Pick 4: Charlie Wi E/W @ 50/1 (Betfred) Wi coming off the back of a 2nd place finish last week and has course form at Las Colinas, finishing in the top 10 in 2008. Steady player should be able to cope with the expected windy conditions.

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Byron Nelson Championship Sleeper Pick
Pick 5: Brian Davis E/W @ 70/1 (BET365) Game getting progressively better in recent tournaments and could come in under the radar at the Byron Nelson. Just qualified for the Open Championship in top spot this week in Texas and finished 2nd here in 2009. Streaky player.


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