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.
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.
It is our hope and goal to host all our fans May 10-16 at TPC Craig Ranch and celebrate this next chapter in our 53-year history.
Tournament staff is continuously working with officials from the City of McKinney, State of Texas, as well as the PGA TOUR, to monitor the situation and adjust protocols where necessary due to federal, state, county, and Center for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines.
We will release more information once decisions are made. Please check back to www.attbyronnelson.org or follow our social channels (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) for updates.
If you are interested in purchasing tickets or would like more information, please visit our ticket page on our website, http://www.attbyronnelson.org/spectators/tickets/.
FUN! In addition to championship golf, the tournament will also feature many ancillary activities; including the Kids Zone, Patriot’s Outpost, the Katy Trail Ice House pavilion, and upgraded food and beverage offerings. Natural gathering locations allow for viewing of several holes from key locations.
Hole 17 will feature a stadium-like experience with venues surrounding the entire Par-3 hole, creating a fun and energized environment for both fans and players.
Katy Trail Ice House pavilion will be located in the area between 14 tee, 16 green & 17 tee, allowing fans an uninterrupted view of golf from all sides.
The finishing hole will feature our award-winning Choctaw Club (formerly Club 360) along with great viewing areas for fans to see players sink their final putt.
CLICK HERE to view the preliminary course map
CLICK HERE to view renderings of key gathering locations
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.
For 53 years, the AT&T Byron Nelson has raised $167 million to directly benefit Momentous Institute, the nonprofit founded and funded by the Salesmanship Club, which has been partnering with the community since 1920.
Momentous Institute, founded 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.