This event is SOLD OUT.
Join us for the AT&T Byron Nelson inaugural Forest to Fairway 5K presented by Baylor Scott & White Emergency Hospitals on April 27, 2019 at Trinity Forest Golf Club. This 5K provides runners the unique experience of running through Dallas’ Great Trinity Forest (the largest urban forest in the U.S.), as well as the tournament’s home course, Trinity Forest Golf Club – combining the elements of a traditional 5K with the elements of an easy trail run. All proceeds benefit Momentous Institute, the tournament’s primary beneficiary and nonprofit operated by the Salesmanship Club.
A free single day pass to the AT&T Byron Nelson
Performance tech runner shirt
Admittance to the Post-Race Picnic following the race
Complimentary parking near the race venue
Scenic, groomed, trail-based race course through the Great Trinity Forest and Trinity Forest Golf Course, with a first look at the 2019 AT&T Byron Nelson course layout, including the first preview of the Katy Trail Ice House Pavilion.
Access to the post-race picnic, a private party for Forest to Fairway 5K participants that includes chipping stations aimed right at the Trinity Golf Club Driving Range, light bites, music and more.
February 26 – March 7 | $25
March 8 – 26 | $30
March 27 – April 22 | $35
April 23 – 26 | $40
Race day | $45
Youth Registration (13 and under) | $10
7 a.m. | Packet Pick-Up & Registration Opens
8:30 a.m. | 5K Run/Walk Start
8:45 a.m. | Post-Race Picnic Begins and Golf Games Begin
9:15 a.m. | Awards *One overall male winner and one overall female winner
10 a.m. | Course Closes
1st Place — Club 360 (2 tickets)
Enjoy panoramic views in this one-of-a-kind venue with a complimentary buffet and open bar with access to covered, open-air stadium style seating. Club 360 is located between the No. 6, 12 and 16 greens, with additional views of No. 6 and 16 fairways. View here.
2nd Place — The Ultra Club (2 tickets)
With views of No. 5 green, No. 6 tee and No. 15 green, this upgraded ticket grants access into a shared, climate-controlled venue, with additional stadium-style seating and patio umbrella seating outside. Complimentary ballpark-style buffet, beer, wine and soft drinks. View here.
3rd Place — Harwood District Club (2 tickets)
The Harwood District Club provides a climate-controlled interior with concessions for purchase and an elevated outdoor patio that splits the No. 3 green and par-3 12th hole. View here.
Entrance to parking will be at 5850 Elam Rd, Dallas, TX 75217. Do not enter the parking area through the Trinity Forest Golf Club main gate.
Dogs are not allowed.
Strollers are discouraged due to the trail-like qualities of the course.
The AT&T Byron Nelson Forest to Fairway 5K presented by Baylor Scott & White Emergency Hospitals begins north of Trinity Forest Golf Club, bringing runners through a beautiful section of the Great Trinity Forest before running through the gorgeous fairways of the AT&T Byron Nelson’s home course. Runners will receive the first preview of the new Katy Trail Ice House pavilion and have gorgeous views of the award-winning Club 360 and other hospitality tents on the course. Don’t miss this opportunity to preview the AT&T Byron Nelson’s home course before PGA TOUR pros take-over May 8-12.
Thursday, April 25
Location: Raising Cane’s (5030 Greenville Avenue)
Time: 5 – 7 p.m.
Friday, April 26
Location: Baylor Scott & White Emergency Hospitals (511 FM 544, Suite 100 Murphy, TX 75094)
Time: 5 – 7 p.m.
Saturday, April 27 (Race-Day Pick-Up)
Location: Race entrance (5350 Elam Rd, Dallas, TX 75217)
Time: 7 – 8 a.m.
Not running? We need you! Please register here. All volunteers will receive a staff shirt, snacks, and drinks during their shift.
We are so grateful to our sponsors. For AT&T Byron Nelson Forest to Fairway 5K presented by Baylor Scott & White Emergency Hospitals sponsorship opportunities, check out our sponsorship package here. For questions regarding sponsorship opportunities, please contact Lexie Okeke at firstname.lastname@example.org or 214-944-4353.
All proceeds benefit Momentous Institute, the tournament’s primary beneficiary and nonprofit operated by the Salesmanship Club.