Byron Nelson finale on course where Masters champs played as teens

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Byron Nelson finale on course where Masters champs played as teens

In this 2004, file photo, Sergio Garcia, left, admires the Byron Nelson trophy as he stands next to the name sake, Byron Nelson, right, on the 18th green following Garcia’s victory at the Byron Nelson Championship in Irving, Texas. Officials for the AT&T Byron Nelson and the PGA Tour announced Wednesday that the tournament will move in 2018 to Trinity Forest Golf Club, a course located about 10 miles south of downtown Dallas that opened for play this month. The Nelson has been played at the Four Seasons Resort and Club since the TPC Las Colinas course opened there in 1983.
In this 2010, file photo, fans watch as Jordan Spieth, 16, a junior at a Dallas high school, hits off the 10th tee to start his day during the first round of the Byron Nelson Championship golf tournament in Irving, Texas. Officials for the AT&T Byron Nelson and the PGA Tour announced Wednesday that the tournament will move in 2018 to Trinity Forest Golf Club, a course located about 10 miles south of downtown Dallas that opened for play this month. The Nelson has been played at the Four Seasons Resort and Club since the TPC Las Colinas course opened there in 1983.

Byron Nelson finale on course where Masters champs played as teens

In this 2004, file photo, Sergio Garcia, left, admires the Byron Nelson trophy as he stands next to the name sake, Byron Nelson, right, on the 18th green following Garcia’s victory at the Byron Nelson Championship in Irving, Texas. Officials for the AT&T Byron Nelson and the PGA Tour announced Wednesday that the tournament will move in 2018 to Trinity Forest Golf Club, a course located about 10 miles south of downtown Dallas that opened for play this month. The Nelson has been played at the Four Seasons Resort and Club since the TPC Las Colinas course opened there in 1983.
In this 2010, file photo, fans watch as Jordan Spieth, 16, a junior at a Dallas high school, hits off the 10th tee to start his day during the first round of the Byron Nelson Championship golf tournament in Irving, Texas. Officials for the AT&T Byron Nelson and the PGA Tour announced Wednesday that the tournament will move in 2018 to Trinity Forest Golf Club, a course located about 10 miles south of downtown Dallas that opened for play this month. The Nelson has been played at the Four Seasons Resort and Club since the TPC Las Colinas course opened there in 1983.
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