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.
We are excited to announce our partnership with Katy Trail Ice House to offer spectators a brand-new pavilion experience. The Katy Trail Ice House Pavilion (all ages) will be located in the middle of the action at the corner of 4 green and 5 tee. The open-air, beer garden-style venue will be complimentary with all tickets and include outdoor patio games, Katy Trail Ice House menu favorites, as well as areas to watch golf. Additionally, approximately 20 trees will be brought into the pavilion allowing natural shade for spectators. The trees will be live and native to the Trinity Forest area.
Additional public shade structures, covered stands, and misting systems have been added throughout the course. The last four holes will have shaded viewing areas near the rope line allowing for a more comfortable viewing experience. Trees will be brought in to the pavilion area allowing natural shade for spectators.
Our ride-share lot has been relocated closer to the main entrance, allowing spectators an easy walk to the tournament. See RIDE-SHARE PARKING for more details.
All spectator pathways will receive an anti-dust treatment prior to the tournament.
We will hold our inaugural Forest to Fairway 5K on Saturday, April 27. The 5K provides runners the unique experience of running through Dallas’ Great Trinity Forest 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. For more information, click here.
Wednesday: 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. | Thursday – Friday: 7 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. | Saturday – Sunday: 8 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Public parking is complimentary and will be located at 2100 South Haskell Avenue, Gate 15 parking lot. The entrance to the parking lot is at the intersection of Haskell and Beeman. Shuttles are also complimentary and will be an approximate 12-minute shuttle ride to the tournament’s main entrance.
Wednesday: 7:45 a.m. – 8 p.m. | Thursday – Friday: 6:45 a.m. – 8 p.m. | Saturday – Sunday: 7:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Complimentary shuttles will also be provided from the main entrance to our partners at the Happiest Hour (Official After Party of the AT&T Byron Nelson) and the Katy Trail Ice House in Uptown.
Our ride-share lot has been relocated. Spectators using ride-share services will be dropped off and picked up in a designated area, within a short walking distance to the main entrance. When you are ready to leave for the day, request your ride upon leaving the tournament. Your driver will let you know which spot they are waiting in for pickup.
For those wishing to take the DART, we recommend riding the GREEN LINE rail South to BUCKNER STATION. From BUCKNER STATION, take the Route 466 West bus to Pemberton Hill/AT&T Byron Nelson stop. Route 466 West shuttles will run every 15 minutes from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
The Hilton Anatole is the official hotel for the AT&T Byron Nelson. For a list of other hotels locations and options, please click here.
Tickets are currently on sale and start at $45. Tickets include complimentary shuttles from each of our parking lots to the tournament’s main entrance. Spectators will not need a ticket to ride a shuttle to the course and tickets will be available for purchase at the main entrance. Click here for more information on tickets and hospitality. Wednesday, May 8 is free admission for all spectators.
Active duty, military reserve, National Guard, military retirees, veterans and all first responders (police, fire, EMS): Along with one guest, receive complimentary tickets for each day of the AT&T Byron Nelson.
For military admission, please request tickets here.
Admission is complimentary for patrons 17 and under.
Security checkpoints will be located in the general public parking lot, as well as the main entrances of the tournament.
Spectators are allowed to bring in items such as umbrellas (without sleeves), binoculars, and chairs (without bags). Bags in excess of 6”x6”x6” will not be allowed in. Mobile devices must be kept on silent at all times. Calls may be placed or answered only in designated “Cell Phone Zone.” Devices may not be used to capture audio/video at any time during tournament week. During official competition rounds, photography is prohibited with any areas of competition (i.e. teeing grounds, tee shot landing areas, and on/around putting greens) or when requested by tournament staff, security, players, or player representatives. Photography in con-competition areas is permitted. View the PGA TOUR’ full list of permitted and prohibited items here.
Autographs are available at the players’ convenience, when not competing or practicing. A special “kids only” autography area is located near the main putting green.
The Fan Shop located at the main entrance will have a wide variety of tournament logoed merchandise.
Thursday – Friday: GOLF Channel, 3:30 – 6:30 p.m. | Saturday – Sunday: GOLF Channel, 1 – 2:45 p.m.; CBS, 3 – 6 p.m.
Trinity Forest Golf Club is a links style course designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw. It is located nine miles south of downtown Dallas.
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.
The course is wide open, with many spots available to watch several holes at one time. Just inside the main entrance, you can cross the 13th fairway and find a spot where you can watch holes 5, 6, 15 and 16 from one place. The same goes for the 16th Green, where you can watch holes 16, 12, 1 and 17! You can also head down to the 8th Green, grab seat in the covered bleacher and watch some of the top pros in the world try to dunk one from just over 100 yards on the par 3.
The tournament will provide several options for spectators to cool off while 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.
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 (now sponsored by Katy Trail Ice House), KidsZone presented by Momentous Institute, and the Grey Goose 19th Hole, there will continue to be something for everyone.
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 Club 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.
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 – including communities within the Southern Sector.
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.
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 5,500 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.
Having celebrated AT&T Byron Nelson’s 50th anniversary last year, 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.