Trinity Forest Golf Course

About our new home

As the AT&T Byron Nelson celebrates its 50th anniversary, we are enthusiastic about the move back to Dallas at an exciting and unique course. Designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw, Trinity Forest Golf Club is a links style course featuring dramatic, green complexes and bunkering, as well as tall native grasses on a rolling meadow. Trinity Forest Golf Club brings to mind many of the great courses of Great Britain. Designed to bring elite championship golf back to Dallas, Trinity Forest Golf Club combines strategic golf with beautiful artistry.

In addition to the golf course, Trinity River Audubon Center and Trinity Forest Golf Club partnered to implement a Blackland Prairie Restoration Plan, restoring 75 acres of Blackland Prairie with native grasses and vegetation and creating additional habitat opportunities for native plants and animals.



What’s the new course like?

Trinity Forest Golf Club is a links style course designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw. It sits on approximately 160 acres within the Great Trinity Forest and is located only nine miles south of downtown Dallas.

Where is the course?

The tournament is located nine miles south of downtown Dallas, just off Interstate 45 at 5000 Great Trinity Forest Way, Dallas, TX, located in the heart of the largest urban forest in the United States.

Will Byron Nelson’s legacy still be a part of the tournament?

Absolutely. Mr. Nelson has been a part of this tournament since 1968 when he generously decided to become involved. His values, loyalty, commitment, and spirit are used as filters by which we make decisions every day. The presence of Mr. Nelson’s legacy at the tournament far exceeds our contractual relationship to use his name. We feel a great privilege and responsibility to continue to honor the legacy of the man that still inspires us to this day.

Where will people park?

Complimentary public parking will be conveniently located at Fair Park. The bus ride from public parking is approximately 12-minutes long, very similar to the distance and time it was in previous years to the Four Seasons. See the parking map here.

For those who utilize rideshare services to get to the tournament: Service providers will drop at a remote lot approximately two miles from the course, and a complimentary shuttle will be provided to the main entrance.

When and where can I get tickets? How much are they?

Tickets start at $45 and go on sale Dec. 1. Tickets include complimentary shuttles from general admission parking in Fair Park. Click here for more information on tickets and hospitality.

What will the spectator experience be like?

The course is a links style course that sits in an area of less than 150 acres, it provides for an easy walk and the ability to quickly move around to different holes based on the action, as well as easy access to all spectator attractions.

The main entrance into the course drops spectators off into a centralized location with quick access to everything the 2018 tournament will offer. This central entrance will afford fans the ability to quickly get to their favorite viewing spot.

Will the new home have some of the experiences fans experienced at previous Tournaments?

Fans will be able to enjoy all the experiences they’ve come to love at the AT&T Byron Nelson. From great golf, to fan-favorites like the Pavilion, Kid’s Zone, and the Grey Goose 19th Hole, there will continue to be something for everyone.

What is there to do at, and around, the tournament?

One of the exciting things with the tournament moving to the City of Dallas is that people will be able to enjoy golf, while experiencing the beauty of the Great Trinity Forest – the largest urban forest in the United States. With Trinity Forest Golf Course being only nine miles south of Downtown Dallas, fans will also enjoy all the great dining, night life and fun that Dallas has to offer.

How will spectators stay cool?

The tournament will provide several options for spectators to cool off while they are enjoying the action. Several public shade structures and misting systems will be erected, as well as several air-conditioned spaces for a break in the action.

How will the tournament benefit Dallas, in particular, the Southern Dallas community in which it’s held?

The tournament generates necessary funds for Momentous Institute, the Oak Cliff-based nonprofit owned and operated by Salesmanship Club of Dallas since 1920. Momentous Institute is dedicated to building and repairing social emotional health for children and their families through education, mental health services, and research and training in communities all over North Texas – and that includes communities within the Southern Sector.

Where do the proceeds from the AT&T Byron Nelson go?

For 50 years, the AT&T Byron Nelson has benefited Momentous Institute, the nonprofit owned and operated by the Salesmanship Club, which has been serving the community since 1920.

What is Momentous Institute?

Momentous Institute, owned and operated by Salesmanship Club of Dallas since 1920, builds and repairs social emotional health in kids. Each year, Momentous Institute directly serves over 6,000 children and family members through its nationally acclaimed Momentous School and innovative therapeutic services. Momentous Institute also invests in research and training, including the annual Changing the Odds Conference, to reach far more children than it could ever serve directly. Learn more here.

Why is the tournament moving?

The AT&T Byron Nelson exists to raise much needed funds for the charitable programs of Momentous Institute. As with all businesses, there is a natural lifespan of business cycles and change is inevitable. While we are extremely grateful to the Four Seasons and the City of Irving for helping us build the tournament into what it is today, we were approached several years ago with an exciting opportunity to partner with the City of Dallas, AT&T, The First Tee, and SMU in this project that would bring us all together in Southern Dallas. The move is just another evolution in our business and we look forward to building something very special over the tournament’s second 50 years.

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