With the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship coming up between May 11-14, here are all the key details you need to know in order to prepare for the tournament, including how K.H. Lee won last year and insights about the course.
TPC Craig Ranch, McKinney, Texas
7,468; par 72
261 – Rory Sabbatini (2009), Aaron Wise (2018), Kang Sung-hoon (2019)
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TPC Craig Ranch opened in 2004, designed by Tom Weiskopf with player consultant D.A. Weibring. The course was the site of two Korn Ferry Tour Championships before it began hosting the AT&T Byron Nelson in 2021.
Notable Course Features
The 18th hole is a reachable par 5 of 552 yards but, with nine bunkers in the landing zone, the tee shot must be accurate to give a chance to get to the green in two. A creek crosses the fairway about 15 yards short of the green, which is guarded by three bunkers.
The Salesmanship Club of Dallas, the host organization of the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship, donates funds raised by the tournament to Momentous Institute and its education and mental health programs designed to build and repair children’s social and emotional health.