AT&T Byron Nelson to Announce Sell Out

Masters champion Scottie Scheffler is in the AT&T Byron Nelson field (Photo courtesy of AT&T Byron Nelson)
McKinney, TX – For the first time since 2008, the AT&T Byron Nelson is quickly approaching a sell-out. Tournament leaders announced today they will close sales of hospitality and general admission tickets at the end of the day Thursday, May 5.
With commitments from four of the top 10 players in the world and 10 of the top 20, momentum has been building for the event that moved to TPC Craig Ranch last year. Scottie Scheffler, Jordan Spieth, Will Zalatoris, Justin Thomas, Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka are just a few of the world’s top players who will tee it up in McKinney next week.
The tournament is offering an enhanced fan experience with several new viewing areas available to the public, including the Tito’s Stillhouse Lounge on 18 Green, the Garrison Brothers Distillery Bunker on 9, the Cadillac Club on 12 Green, and Meiomi Wine Lounge on 14 Green.
Hospitality venues on the par-3 Hole 17 have been expanded to create an exciting stadium-like experience, and public bleachers can be found at both the tee and the green.
Tickets for the Saturday night concert with country music star Lee Brice and opening act Band of Heathens are still available and can be purchased through the tournament’s website.
In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month in May, the AT&T Byron Nelson is spotlighting the work of its beneficiary, Momentous Institute, which has been paving the way for mental health for over 100 years. As struggles with anxiety, depression and trauma are on the rise, the work of Momentous Institute has never been more relevant and important.
With a focus on removing stigmas and providing better access to programs that help establish mental health as a cornerstone of community wellness, Momentous Institute is changing the odds for children and helping to build healthy and equitable communities.
A new fundraising initiative, Birdies for Mental Health, allows participants to pledge a donation for birdies made at the event to support Momentous Institute.
In addition, the AT&T Birdies for Students program will once again donate $2500 for every birdie or better made on the 17th hole during competition, helping to connect more students to the internet and improve their educational experiences. You can give your children a better education in the future, visit a helpful site like to learn more!
All active, retired, reserved and veteran military members receive complimentary admission, as well as children 15 and younger who are accompanied by a ticketed adult.