Yes, in a limited capacity. While we wish we could accommodate all our fans this year, we continue to work with the PGA TOUR, city of McKinney and county officials to ensure the AT&T Byron Nelson is operated in the safest environment possible. Please be patient as these plans remain fluid.
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 are excited to be hosting a limited number of fans on-site at this year’s tournament. Unfortunately, due to ongoing restrictions we will not be able to host everyone as we had hoped, and we look forward to hosting all once again in 2022.
Please note conditions are changing continuously, so check back often or follow us on social media for all updates regarding tickets.
DAILY GROUNDS TICKETS
Due to our limited capacity requirements, we are not releasing any individual daily grounds tickets at this time.
THE BUNKER | $100 | Overlooking the 9th green, the open-air club features a Texas-themed menu, specialty Garrison Brothers cocktails, beer & soft drinks all for purchase. In addition, the outdoor patio has views of the par-3 7th hole. Limited tickets available for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, or Sunday.
THE CHOCTAW CLUB | $425 per day or $6,500 four pack | With up-close views of the 16th green, a premium III Forks Steakhouse menu and full bar experience, it’s our most popular hospitality experience. Guests have access to an 8,000 sf climate controlled space with access to expansive outdoor, socially distanced patio space including views of 12 green & 13 tee. Full packages, as well as limited single day tickets available.
YOUTH ADMISSION | The complimentary youth ticket program is suspended in 2021. To monitor tournament capacity as closely as possible, all fans over the age of two will require a ticket. We look forward to welcoming all youth 15 and under back to the tournament, free of charge, in 2022.
Remaining hospitality tickets will go on sale Wednesday, March 15 at 10 a.m.
Please visit our ticket page on our website: http://www.attbyronnelson.org/spectators/tickets/ for limited ticket options.
No. Tickets will not be sold on-site during the tournament.
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.
If you are unable to get tickets this year, please stay tuned as we are planning various ways you can stay engaged with all the action this year. Follow us on social media or click here to get updates as they are released.
The tournament Will Call program has been eliminated in 2021. All tickets and parking will be delivered digitally.
Parking is limited and is located in various lots around the course. All guests must have a parking pass in advance to park or should utilize Rideshare.
Yes. Due to limited capacity this year, additional parking is available for $20/day in the Purple Lot, but must be purchased in advance by visiting attbyronnelson.org after April 1. The Purple Lot is walking distance to the tournament entrance.
No. Due to limited capacity this year and to ensure the health and safety of all patrons, everyone will walk to the entrance from their parking lot. Estimated walking times will be included with parking credentials.
Yes. Rideshare is encouraged as the most convenient way to attend the tournament.
Handicap parking will be located across the street at the Craig Ranch Fitness & Spa.
The health and safety of all our fans and partners is our top priority. To ensure a safe and comfortable environment, the following protocols will be put in place:
Yes. A merch tent will be open and located at the entrance near 18 Tee.
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.
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.
For 53 years, the AT&T Byron Nelson has raised $167 million to directly benefit Momentous Institute, the nonprofit founded and operated by the Salesmanship Club, which has been partnering with the community since 1920.
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.