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Sport AT&T Byron Nelson field, by the rankings

01:00  13 may  2021
01:00  13 may  2021 Source:   golfweek.com

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Find AT & T Byron Nelson ticket information, schedules, sponsorship and volunteer opportunities, tournament pairings and Byron Nelson history. BNIJGA 2021 RECIPIENTS. The Byron Nelson International Junior Golf Awards recognize the achievements of junior golfers around the world. Young athletes who distinguish themselves with high level of junior tournament play as well as excellence in academics, a commitment to community service and exceptional character are selected each year.

A field of 156 is in McKinney, Texas, for the AT & T Byron Nelson . Jon Rahm, ranked No. 2 in the Golfweek/Sagarin world rankings , leads three others from the top 10 in the field this week. This is the final event before next week’s PGA Championship at Kiawah Island in South Carolina. Rory McIlroy is the betting favorite for the year’s second major after winning the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow Club last week.

The PGA Tour stops in Texas this week for the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship. Many players will use this as a tune-up for next week’s PGA Championship at Kiawah Island, the second major of 2021. Given that, the Bryon Nelson features a relatively strong field, with top players like Jon Rahm, Bryson DeChambeau, Jordan Spieth and Hideki Matsuyama.

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The entire field is broken down below according to the Golfweek/Sagarins and the OWGR.

So far in the 2020-21 Tour season, the average ranking of the winner heading into the week in which he won a PGA Tour event has been 95 in the Golfweek/Sagarins and 87.6 in the OWGR.

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Looking to build a fantasy golf team for this week’s AT & T Byron Nelson ? Looking to build a fantasy golf team for this week’s AT & T Byron Nelson ? These breakdowns can help. Below is a field list for the event, with each player’s Golfweek/Sagarin ranking and Official World Golf Ranking indicated beside his name.

By: Golf News Net Title: 2021 AT & T Byron Nelson field : Players, rankings Sourced From: thegolfnewsnet.com/golfnewsnetteam/2021/05/09/2021-att- byron - nelson - field -players- rankings -122791/ Published Date: Sun, 09 May 2021 16:29:57 +0000.


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Players GW/Sagarin OWGR
Jon Rahm 2 3
Bryson DeChambeau 6 5
Daniel Berger 9 16
Will Zalatoris 10 30
Matt Fitzpatrick 22 17
Ryan Palmer 25 31
Jordan Spieth 26 28
Harris English 29 24
Scottie Scheffler 30 22
Hideki Matsuyama 31 15
Si Woo Kim 37 50
Sam Burns 47 44
Alex Noren 52 102
Patton Kizzire 55 191
Sergio Garcia 57 46
John Huh 61 321
Brooks Koepka 64 12
Talor Gooch 65 73
Thomas Pieters 67 88
Sepp Straka 68 154
Charles Howell III 70 128
Matt Kuchar 78 49
Doug Ghim 79 236
Lee Westwood 86 23
Jason Day 87 62
Scott Stallings 91 269
Charl Schwartzel 93 157
Jhonattan Vegas 94 181
Sebastián Muñoz 96 68
Scott Piercy 101 185
Erik van Rooyen 102 75
Peter Uihlein 106 234
Carlos Ortiz 107 54
Antoine Rozner 108 70
Pat Perez 109 229
Wyndham Clark 110 149
James Hahn 112 153
Wesley Bryan 116 371
Adam Schenk 117 230
Rickie Fowler 120 122
Doc Redman 122 168
Marc Leishman 123 38
Luke List 126 145
Camilo Villegas 127 213
Mark Hubbard 128 175
Ryan Moore 129 202
Rory Sabbatini 130 143
Josh Teater 133 392
C.T. Pan 135 162
Aaron Wise 137 130
Roger Sloan 139 365
K.H. Lee 142 137
Vincent Whaley 143 384
Troy Merritt 144 169
Martin Laird 145 95
Tom Hoge 146 108
Kevin Chappell 151 581
Tyler Duncan 153 183
Brice Garnett 155 243
Cameron Champ 157 89
Brandt Snedeker 159 127
Russell Knox 169 204
Will Gordon 170 217
Tom Lewis 171 112
Andrew Putnam 172 142
Hank Lebioda 174 332
Ben Martin 176 301
Keith Mitchell 178 156
Brian Stuard 179 203
Patrick Rodgers 184 216
Danny Lee 185 178
Nate Lashley 189 152
Anirban Lahiri 192 333
Joseph Bramlett 193 298
Harry Higgs 196 148
Cameron Percy 199 299
Bronson Burgoon 200 317
Padraig Harrington 202 253
Bo Hoag 210 247
Austin Cook 221 238
Kramer Hickok 222 336
Ryan Armour 224 257
Chesson Hadley 228 302
Andrew Landry 229 138
Tim Wilkinson 244 513
Kris Ventura 251 278
Rafa Cabrera Bello 256 131
Vaughn Taylor 257 198
John Catlin 268 78
Wes Roach 277 403
Satoshi Kodaira 287 374
Sam Ryder 288 200
Scott Harrington 305 369
D.J. Trahan 306 568
Tyler McCumber 309 274
Michael Gligic 311 387
Scott Brown 320 283
Beau Hossler 325 382
Aaron Baddeley 326 473
Seamus Power 330 437
J.J. Spaun 335 478
Ryan Brehm 342 495
Jimmy Walker 351 510
Jonathan Byrd 354 750
J.B. Holmes 355 443
Roberto Castro 365 716
Rob Oppenheim 367 429
Fabián Gómez 371 379
Jamie Lovemark 378 455
Xinjun Zhang 386 324
Rafael Campos 399 270
Bill Haas 401 656
Kelly Kraft 405 677
Ted Potter Jr. 406 351
Chris Baker 409 536
K.J. Choi 410 577
Johnson Wagner 411 987
Ricky Barnes 419 1129
Hudson Swafford 423 189
Mark Anderson 424 682
Sean O’Hair 428 660
David Hearn 434 501
Bo Van Pelt 436 600
Ryan Blaum 437 1303
MJ Daffue 440 705
Sung Kang 441 184
Kevin Tway 448 469
Luke Donald 452 658
Kiradech Aphibarnrat 466 435
Zack Sucher 474 463
Rhein Gibson 484 592
Grayson Murray 487 373
Sebastian Cappelen 488 547
Ben Taylor 494 988
Greg Chalmers 518 672
Nelson Ledesma 534 530
Michael Gellerman 550 742
Jonas Blixt 577 884
Hunter Mahan 588 1291
Shawn Stefani 589 654
Michael Kim 590 1409
Nick Watney 598 489
Kevin Stadler 638 1855
Martin Trainer 643 1003
Matt Every 666 772
John Senden 673 1855
J.J. Henry 708 1644
Dominic Bozzelli 748 1043
Pierceson Coody N/R N/R
Cole Hammer N/R 1855
Tom Lovelady N/R 1855
Ryan Lumsden N/R 556
John Lyras N/R 1153
Dylan Meyer N/R 1855
Shane Pearce N/R N/R
Tyler Strafaci N/R N/R
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Fantasy golf rankings : 2017 AT & T Byron Nelson . Below is a field list for the event at TPC Four Seasons Resort, with each player’s Golfweek/Sagarin ranking and Official World Golf Ranking indicated beside his name

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