TPC Craig Ranch

FAQs

FANS & TICKETS

WILL THE 2022 AT&T BYRON NELSON HOST FANS?

Yes. We are excited to welcome back all our fans this year to TPC Craig Ranch.

WILL WEDNESDAY BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC?

Wednesday will be open to the public and no ticket will be required to enter.

WHAT TICKETS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE?

All tickets are SOLD OUT

All tickets are day specific & digital.

  • General Admission Tickets: $75
  • ULTRA Club: $250
  • Champions Club: $400
  • Choctaw Club: $500

 

WHERE CAN WE PURCHASE A TICKET?

You can visit our tickets page at http://www.attbyronnelson.org/spectators/tickets/

WHAT IS YOUR YOUTH TICKET POLICY??

Children 15 and under receive complimentary admission with a ticketed adult. All youth must have their own
hospitality ticket for access to hospitality areas.

CAN I PURCHASE TICKETS ON-SITE?

No. Tickets will not be sold on-site during the tournament.

HOW DO I RECEIVE MY TICKETS?

All tickets will be digital. If you purchase a ticket, you will receive an email a few weeks prior to the tournament
with a link to your tickets.

DO MILITARY AND FIRST RESPONDERS RECIEVE COMPLIMENTARY ADMISSION?

Active, retired, reserved, and veteran military members will receive two, complimentary grounds tickets per day. Tickets will be limited each day. To claim tickets, please click HERE!

Additional military general admission tickets can be purchased for 50% off. Using the link above. Must prove military service to receive discount.

WILL THE COURSE BE OPEN ON WEDNESDAY BEFORE TOURNAMENT?

Yes, the course will be open to the public on Wednesday, May 11. No ticket required.

Parking will be in LOT 5 – for $20. This lot is ONLY AVAILABLE to the public on Wednesday, May 11.

BAG POLICY

Please refer to the PGA TOUR list of permitted items to learn more about bag policy and what can and cannot be brought onto tournament grounds. CLICK HERE for list of prohibited items.

PARKING

WHERE IS PARKING LOCATED?

General parking will be located at McKinney ISD Stadium – 4201 S. Hardin Blvd., McKinney, TX 75070
Parking is $20 in advance | $30 day of
*Wednesday parking can not be purchased in advance and will be $20 day of.

CAN YOU PURCHASE ADDITIONAL PARKING?

Yes. Additional parking can be purchased for $30 at: PURCHASE PARKING

WILL THERE BE A SHUTTLE SERVICE TO THE MAIN ENTRANCE FROM PARKING?

Yes. Shuttles will be provided from general parking to the Main Entrance. It is a quick, 10-minute drive.

CAN I STILL RIDESHARE TO THE TOURNAMENT?

Yes. Rideshare is encouraged as the most convenient way to attend the tournament.

HEALTH & SAFETY

The health and safety of all our fans and partners is our top priority.

FAN EXPERIENCE

WILL MERCH BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE ONSITE?

Yes. An Under Armour merch tent will be open and located at the entrance near 18 Tee.

IS THERE A TPC CRAIG RANCH PRO SHOP ONSITE?

The course pro shop will not be open during tournament.

WHAT IS THERE TO DO AROUND THE GOLF COURSE?

TPC Craig Ranch & the City of McKinney offer something for everyone. In a five-mile radius, fans will
find a variety of restaurants & shopping. Within 20 minutes, fans can be in McKinney’s Historic
Downtown, that features one-of-a-kind restaurants, shopping, live music & entertainment. Visit https://www.visitmckinney.com/ for more information and options.

WILL THER BE FOOD & DRINKS AVAILABLE ON COURSE?

Yes. Concession’s stands will be located in convenient locations throughout the course.

CONCERTS

On Saturday May 14, the Band of Heathens will open for country music star Lee Brice. Around 6 p.m. The concert will be held directly across from the tournament’s main entrance. Tickets are $45 and are required to enter the concert. Tournament specific tickets will not grant you access to the concert. PURCHASE TICKETS HERE
On Friday, May 13, the Spazmatics will take the stage directly across from the tournament’s main entrance. All tournament patrons are welcome to attend.

FAIRWAY 5K

Our Fairway 5K, presented by Baylor Scott & White Emergency Hospitals is back again this year! Come join us on
Saturday May 7 at TPC Craig Ranch for a fun event for the whole family!

Event starts at 8 a.m. and participants will get a first-hand look at the course where the world’s best golfers
will be teeing off at.

Click here for registration and more information.

BIRDIES FOR MENTAL HEALTH

This year, we have started Birdies for Mental Health fundraising initiative to benefit Momentous
Institute. Participants can make a pledge for every birdie made during the 2022 AT&T Byron Nelson. This is a
great program to support the work of Momentous Institute, whether you are joining us at the course or watching
from home. Visit http://www.attbyronnelson.org/birdiesmentalhealth/
for more information.

THE COURSE – TPC CRAIG RANCH

WHERE IS THE COURSE?

TPC Craig Ranch is located 29 miles North of Downtown Dallas in the Southwest corner of McKinney, Texas, just
north of HWY 121 at the intersection with Custer Road.

WHAT IS THE TPC CRAIG RANCH COURSE LIKE?

TPC Craig Ranch is a Tom Weiskopf designed championship golf course. Built in 2004, the par 72 course measures
7,438 yards. It’s tree lined Zoysia Fairways and Bent Grass greens accommodate a parkland layout that crosses
Rowlett Creek 11 times.

ABOUT THE AT&T BYRON NELSON

WHERE DO THE PROCEEDS FROM THE AT&T BYRON NELSON GO?

For 54 years, the AT&T Byron Nelson has raised $172.5 million to directly benefit Momentous Institute, the
nonprofit founded and operated by the Salesmanship Club of Dallas, which has been partnering with the community
since 1920.

WHAT IS MOMENTOUS INSTITUTE?

Momentous Institute, founded and operated by Salesmanship Club of Dallas in 1920, exists to build and repair
social emotional health with children, families and communities. Each year, the organization partners with over
5,500 children and family members through innovative education and therapeutic services. The organization also
invests in research and training, including the annual Changing the Odds conference, to reach far more children
than could ever be seen directly. Learn more here.

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