We were invited to Trinity Forest Golf Club earlier this week to get a first-hand look at the new facility, which will take over as the host of the AT&T Byron Nelson next May. Here are 10 things to know about Trinity Forest and the upcoming Byron Nelson. Show More Summary
Sergio Garcia hit a bullet off the tee at the AT&T Byron Nelson and one squirrel wasn’t too happy about it all. The squirrel got spooked as soon as the ball landed and in its haste almost got hit while running off the course. The most...Show More Summary
Shortly after PGA golfer Billy Horschel won the AT&T Byron Nelson tournament, his wife Brittany announced that the win marked one year sober in her battle against alcoholism.
Billy Horschel’s win Sunday at the AT&T Byron Nelson was emotional for him for reasons that extend well beyond golf.
Shortly after notching his fourth PGA Tour win at the AT&T Byron Nelson, 2014 FedEx Cup winner Billy Horschel alluded to some personal difficulties he and his family have been facing in the last year. It was particularly important to him to win on Sunday. Show More Summary
The AT&T Byron Nelson wrapped up on Sunday with a dramatic playoff-hole ending between Billy Horschel and Jason Day. Horschel, coming off four straight missed cuts and winless in over two years, battled the world’s number 4, Jason Day, on the back nine at TPC Four Seasons Las Colinas in Irving, Texas. Show More Summary
The field for the second major of the season is starting to take some shape
May 21 (Reuters) - Billy Horschel made a par putt on the first playoff hole to defeat Australian Jason Day at the AT&T Byron Nelson in Texas on Sunday.
Billy Horschel won the AT&T Byron Nelson with a par on the first playoff hole Sunday after Jason Day pulled his four-foot par putt left and past the hole. That miss by Day almost wasn't even needed for Horschel, whose 36-foot birdie chance was rolling straight toward the center of the cup before...
Billy Horschel won the AT&T Byron Nelson on the first playoff hole after Jason Day missed his par putt.
Billy Horschel won the AT&T Byron Nelson with a par on the first playoff hole Sunday after Jason Day pulled his 4-foot par putt left and past the hole
After 12 months without a win and falling from the top spot in the world in the process, Day seemed to be headed back to the winner’s circle. Then, well, uh, nope. Most simply, winning a golf tournament is about finding something on a given week — a swing thought, comfortability, confidence, a fortunate break. Show More Summary
Billy Horschel won his first tournament since winning the BMW Championship and Tour Championship in 2014 that ultimately helped him (...)
James Hahn shot a bogey-free 6-under 64 Saturday to take the lead after three rounds at the AT&T Byron Nelson
Two major winners are trying to run down James Hahn in Dallas, and that's going to be great
James Hahn knows how close he came to making a couple of more putts down the stretch in the third round of the AT&T Byron Nelson. He still did enough to take the lead. Even with his eagle chance at the 16th and birdie putt at 17 both stopping just inches short, Hahn shot a bogey-free six-under-par...
The No. 4 player in the world found his groove on Saturday in Dallas
May 20 (Reuters) - Jason Day made the most of a frantic moving day at the AT&T Byron Nelson on Saturday by firing a seven-under 63 in the third round to move within two shots of leader James Hahn at TPC Las Colinas in Texas.
May 19 (Reuters) - American Jason Kokrak fired a flawless eight-under-par 62 to seize a commanding five-stroke lead midway through the AT&T Byron Nelson in Irving, Texas on Friday.
Jason Kokrak shot a bogey-free eight-under-par 62 on Friday for a record five-stroke lead after two rounds at the AT&T Byron Nelson in Irving, Texas, where local favorite Jordan Spieth missed the cut for the first time at the tournament where he made his debut as a 16-year-old high school junior....