Bring your best golf clap as the AT&T Byron Nelson moves to Dallas
Posted on May 12, 2018 By Daniel Horsch
The AT&T Byron Nelson golf tournament will make its Dallas debut on May 14. To celebrate its 50th anniversary, thousands of cheering fans will embark on the brand new Trinity Forest Golf Club to welcome their favorite PGA tour pros at this year's tournament.
As any golfer will tell you, scouting the course prior to your arrival is key. The brand-new Trinity Forest Golf Club resembles many of the classic courses that were established in Great Britain, featuring a links-style course that plays as beautifully as it looks. Just don't bogey on your way out. Getting to the course and parking is almost as easy as a tap in putt from a half yard out. Take a look at all of your options for directions and parking which includes a special DART route for this year's Byron Nelson.
Whether you're a novice or a golf pro, let us help you game plan the ultimate fan experience. Just short of inspecting every blade of grass, we went to great lengths for this one y'all. Here are the top five must-do things at the Byron Nelson.
Experience the AT&T Fan Zone
There is no better place to check out all the action of the tournament than at the AT&T Fan Zone. This is the one-stop-shop for ultimate fan fun! Fans can enjoy the AC, keep up with the action on multiple video screens, and experience the latest products and offering from AT&T. Located at three different areas throughout the course, the AT&T Fan Zone is open to the public and we invite all to stop by.
Get a taste of The Triangle
The Triangle will be the place to be for all things golf, goodies, games and more. Tucked in between holes 4, 5 and 6, The Triangle will let you see all the best things about the tournament without missing a beat. Wine down at the William Hill Estate Winery Wine Bar or grab a cold one at the Michelob Ultra Club. Trust us, this is the spot that you'll return to throughout the tournament.
Explore the Momentous Institute Tent
No visit to this storied tournament is complete without learning about Byron Nelson and the lasting legacy he left years after he retired from golf. Considered one of the greatest golfers of his time, Nelson was the first golfer to have a PGA Tour named after them.
Learn more about the tournament's charity, the Momentous Institute. The Momentous Institute directly serves 6,000 kids and family members each year through its nationally acclaimed Momentous School, innovative therapeutic services, and reach and training. With the assistance of the Salesmanship Club of Dallas, there are a million reasons why this is the most successful charity event on the PGA Tour. The tournament has raised $155 million over the last fifty years, which directly benefits the Momentous Institute.
Play a round at the KidZone
Take your future PGA Tour pros to the KidZone where everyone can play games and relax in this fun, interactive space. There will be lots of activities for kids of all ages including air hockey, foosball and much more.
Have some fun at The Pavilion
The Pavilion has always been a fan favorite, and this year is no different. Find delicious food, ice-cold drinks and plenty of areas to hang out and cool off. A live DJ will keep the party going and the television screens will help you keep an eye on all the action from the first tee to the last.
If there is one golf tournament you attend this year, make sure you're in Dallas for the historic 50th Byron Nelson. For more information about tickets and the tournament, please visit ATTByronNelson.org.