The world's best golfers return to Texas to contest the AT&T Byron Nelson title this weekend. Who will win the penultimate tournament before the PGA Championship?
K.H. Lee returns to defend his title after victory in 2022, and will attempt to win the AT&T Byron Nelson for the third year running.
Past major winners who will tee off on Thursday include Jason Day, Stewart Cink, Hideki Matsuyama, Lucas Glover, Jordan Spieth, Adam Scott, Jason Dufner, Geoff Ogilvy, Scottie Scheffler and Jimmy Walker.
These are our selections that could win the title in Texas.
Tyrrell Hatton has been in great touch on the PGA Tour this season, finishing T45 at the ZOZO Championship, T13 at the CJ Cup, T7 at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship (DP World Tour), T38 at the Hero Dubai Desert Classic (DP World Tour), T6 at the WM Phoenix Open and T40 at the Genesis Invitational in his first six tournaments.
Hatton continued to impress by placing T4 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, 2nd at the Players Championship before finishing T59 at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play, MC at the Valero Texas Open and T34 at the Masters.
The 31-year-old Englishman regained his touch after those three average performances by placing T19 at the RNC Heritage and 3rd at the Wells Fargo Championship last weekend.
He is making his debut at the AT&T Byron Nelson this weekend.
Hatton has had two top-three places and one top-five finish in his last seven starts and will fancy his chances to lift the trophy come Sunday.
Tom Kim was in superb form at the start of the PGA Tour this season, winning the Shriners Children's Open before placing T25 at the ZOZO Championship, T11 at the CJ Cup, T10 at the Hero World Challenge, T5 at the Tournament of Champions, MC at the Sony Open in Hawaii and T6 at the American Express.
Tom Kim could not maintain his level of play, finishing T50 at the WM Phoenix Open, T45 at the Genesis Invitational, T34 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, T51 at the Players Championship and T31 at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play.
The 20-year-old has looked solid in his last four starts on the PGA Tour by placing T16 at the Masters, MC at the RBC Heritage, T7 at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans and T23 at the recent Wells Fargo Championship.
The Korean finished T17 overall on debut at the AT&T Byron Nelson in 2022.
Kim has been thereabouts lately and will have a chance of victory if he hits his stride at TPC Craig Ranch in Texas.
Matt Kuchar is holding form in his last four starts on the PGA Tour, placing T9 at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play, T3 at the Valero Texas Open, T19 at the RBC Heritage and T23 at the recent Wells Fargo Championship.
Before that, Kuchar lacked consistency, although he still produced top results by finishing T12 at the Fortinet Championship, T29 at the CJ Cup, T27 at the World Wide Technology Championship, MC at the RSM Classic, T7 at the Sony Open in Hawaii, MC at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, T32 at the WM Phoenix Open, 8th at the Genesis Invitational, MC at the Honda Classic and MC at the Players Championship.
The 44-year-old American's last five starts at the AT&T Byron Nelson have been excellent, placing 3rd in 2016, T9 in 2017, MC in 2018, T17 in 2021, and T12 in 2022.
Kuchar has been in great touch and tends to play well at this traditional stop on the PGA Tour.
Michael Kim had a wayward first few months at the start of the 2022/23 PGA Tour season, missing the cut five times in a row before finishing T47 at the Houston Open, T35 at the RSM Classic, MC at the Sony Open in Hawaii, MC at the American Express and T44 at the Farmers Insurance Open.
Michael Kim achieved solid results in his subsequent nine starts on the PGA Tour, placing T11 at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, MC at the Honda Classic, 5th at the Puerto Rico Open, T45 at the Valspar Championship, T26 at the Corales Puntacana Championship, T46 at the Valero Texas Open, T19 at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, T30 at the Mexico Open and 7th at the Wells Fargo Championship last weekend.
The 29-year-old American has made five appearances at the AT&T Byron Nelson, finishing T34 in 2016, T40 in 2017, MC in 2018, MC in 2019, and 67th in 2021.
Michael Kim has found a bit more consistency on the golf course lately and is the long-shot value bet in Texas this weekend.