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Round 4 Recap — Sunday
Kyoung-Hoon Lee claims first PGA TOUR win at AT&T Byron Nelson
The first PGA TOUR event held at TPC Craig Ranch yielded a first-time champion as Lee ($6,900; 147.0 DKFP) cruised to a three-shot victory after firing a weather-interrupted five-under on Sunday. His total score of -25 shows how gettable this course was all week, and Lee finished with an impressive total of 27 birdies on the week and posted a pair of bogey-free rounds. Lee started the day with four birdies in his first six holes and moved past overnight leader Sam Burns ($9,300; 131.5 DKFP), who salvaged a solo-second finish with a birdie on the final hole. While Lee is a new winner on the PGA TOUR, the 29-year-old has four professional wins, two on the Korean Tour and two on the Japan Golf Tour. — Zach Thompson
Patton Kizzire, Daniel Berger go low to post top-five finishes at AT&T Byron Nelson
The new home for the at AT&T Byron Nelson, TPC Craig Ranch, gave players a chance to go very low all week — Sunday’s final round was no exception. The best round of the day was shot by Kizzire ($7,300; 126.5 DKFP), who shot nine-under with 10 birdies on his scorecard. His great round moved him from 25th to a tie for third, where he joined Daniel Berger ($10,100; 127.5 DKFP) four shots back of winner Kyoung-Hoon Lee ($6,900; 147 DKFP). Troy Merritt ($6,800; 107 DKFP) and Scott Stallings ($7,500; 130 DKFP) also had great rounds to finish in the top 10 while big names like Jordan Spieth ($10,700; 107.5 DKFP) also finished in the top 10 but never put together a charge to the top. — Zach Thompson
Round 3 Recap — Saturday
Sam Burns holds one-shot lead over Kyoung-Hoon Lee at AT&T Byron Nelson
Burns ($9,300; 124.5 DKFP) was the leader following the second round, and he didn’t take his foot off the gas Saturday, carding a three-under 69 at TPC Craig Ranch. Lee ($6,900; 102 DKFP) shot a pair of 65s the first two rounds at the AT&T Byron Nelson and continued his impressive play on moving day, finishing with a five-under 67. Overall, Burns leads the event at 20 under and is only one shot ahead of Lee heading into Sunday’s final round. It’s worth noting Burns and Lee were both less than 10% owned in the $750K Flop Shot. At +140 on DraftKings Sportsbook, Burns is the current favorite to take home the big check Sunday afternoon. — Alex Hunter
Jordan Spieth among four tied for third place at AT&T Byron Nelson
Spieth ($10,700; 103 DKFP), Charl Schwartzel ($8,100; 98.5 DKFP) and Matt Kuchar ($8,200; 96.5 DKFP) all recorded six-under 66s Saturday at TPC Craig Ranch and are now tied for third place at -17 heading into the final round. Alex Noren ($7,900; 102 DKFP) also currently sits at -17 after posting a two-under 70 on moving day. Competing in his home state of Texas, Spieth was a very popular DFS option this week, owned by 19.3% of the field in the $750K Flop Shot, and he currently presents the second-best odds to win the AT&T Byron Nelson at +450 on DraftKings Sportsbook despite trailing leader Sam Burns ($9,300; 124.5 DKFP) by three shots. — Alex Hunter
Round 2 Recap — Friday
Sam Burns off to fast start at AT&T Byron Nelson
Burns ($9,300) has torn up TPC Craig Ranch through the first two rounds of the AT&T Byron Nelson. He got out of the gates hot, carding a score of seven-under-par on Thursday, and he followed that up with an even better round on Friday. He shot the best round on the golf course with a 10-under-par 62, bringing his score to 17-under-par through the first two rounds. That puts him on pace to shatter the previous record for aggregate score at this tournament. The current record is 23-under-par, previously accomplished by Aaron Wise and Kang Sung-hoon. That said, Burns holds just a two-stroke lead over Alexander Noren ($7,900), so he’s far from a lock to win. He’s listed at +163 on DraftKings Sportsbook, while Noren is +500. — Matt LaMarca
Brooks Koepka among many big names to miss cut at AT&T Byron Nelson
The cutline at TPC Craig Ranch in it’s debut as a course at the PGA TOUR level was a low six-under-par this week, and Koepka ($9,900) was the highest-ranked player sent home early at the AT&T Byron Nelson. Rickie Fowler’s ($7,700) disappointing season continued with another missed cut, which marks his seventh of the season in 17 starts. Furthermore, Jason Day ($8,900) and Sergio Garcia ($9,000) failed to make the cut by one and two shots, respectively. Another notable in DFS this week that won’t be playing on the weekend at the Byron Nelson is Doug Ghim ($7,500), who was the sixth-highest owned player in DraftKings’ $750K Flop Shot contest. — Alex Hunter
Round 1 Recap — Thursday
J.J. Spaun, Jordan Spieth tied for first after one round at AT&T Byron Nelson
The first round of the AT&T Byron Nelson was a birdie and eagle-fest, with many of the golfers making mincemeat of TPC Craig Ranch. Spaun ($6,600; 64.5 DKFP) and Spieth ($10,700; 67 DKFP) both shot nine-under 63s to co-lead after the opening round. Spaun birdied holes birdied two, five, six, nine, 11, 12, 14, 17 and 18. Spieth birdied holes one, three, five, six, nine, 12 and 13, and he eagled 18. In the $750K Flop Shot, Spaun is rostered in 0.5% of lineups while Spieth is at 19.3%. DraftKings Sportsbook has Spieth at +250 to win it all while Spaun is at +6600. — Stan Son
Scottie Scheffler within shouting distance at AT&T Byron Nelson
Scheffler ($9,400; 36.5 DKFP), who was the most popular player in the $750K Flop Shot at 29.7% ownership, is off to a decent start at the AT&T Byron Nelson. The American shot a five-under 67 to open up his week on Thursday, sitting five shots back in a tie for 34th. Scheffler picked up an eagle and eight birdies on the day, but he scattered five bogeys throughout his round. Two other popular options, Will Zalatoris ($9,700; 21 DKFP), who was 23.9% owned, and Bryson DeChambeau ($11,200; 20 DKFP), who checked in at 23.5%, are both in danger of missing the cut. It would be the second straight for Zalatoris, who’s tied for 96th at -2. DeChambeau is tied for 77th at -3. — Kenny Ducey
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