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AT & T Byron Nelson Championship

May 17-20, 2018
TPC Four Seasons Resort Las Colinas
Irving, Texas
Purse: $6.5 million
Official PGA TOUR Event

The Byron Nelson is currently sponsored by AT & T and called the AT & T Byron Nelson Championship. Although for many years it was the EDS Byron Nelson Classic.

Prior to that both Verizon and GTE were corporate sponsors. The tournament has been played under the Byron Nelson name since 1968.

A week or weekend at the Byron Nelson is a very special occassion for any golf fan. Serious golfers will enjoy the caliber of play in a tournament that regularly has one of the best fields in golf.

The AT & T Byron Nelson Championship golf tournament is played each Spring at the TPC Four Seasons Resort Las Colinas in Irving, Texas. The Byron Nelson is one of the top golf tournaments on the PGA Tour. The Nelson as it is commonly called by Dallas residents is named for Lord Byron Nelson, who was one of the best professional golfers of all-time. Lord Byron won 52 PGA tournaments during his career including 5 major championships (2 Masters, 2 PGA & 1 US Open). Byron Nelson picked Irving for his signature tournament because he was born nearby in Waxahachie, Texas.

Byron Nelson was the tournament's first winner in 1944, when it was played at Lakewood Country Club. The following year it was played at Dallas Country Club, and then in 1946 moved to Brook Hollow Golf Club. For the better part of the next decade the event was not contested, until two iterations of it were held in 1956, both at Preston Hollow Country Club. In 1957 the event moved to Glen Lake Country Club before it began a decade-long relationship with Oak Cliff Country Club from 1958-67. In 1968 the event was renamed the Byron Nelson Golf Classic and its name, through a series of sponsors, has always subsequently been in conjunction with Nelson's name.

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Byron Nelson Championship Results and Winners

2017 AT & T Byron Nelson Championship Winner

Billy Horschelis

2016 AT & T Byron Nelson Championship Winner

Sergio García Fernández is a professional golfer from Spain who plays on both the PGA Tour and the European Tour. He has won over 20 international tournaments, including The Players Championship in 2008.

2015 AT & T Byron Nelson Championship Winner

2015 Byron Nelson Championship Winner

2014 AT & T Byron Nelson Championship Winner

Brendon Todd tied for the lead with Louis Oosthuizen, Brendon Todd turned in his fourth round in the 60s to become the eighth first time winner on PGA Tour this season.

2013 AT & T Byron Nelson Championship Winner

Sang-Moon Bae was the winner, Bradley bogeyed his third hole of the day, while Bae opened on fire and picked up birdies on four of his first seven holes. At one point, the one-shot deficit became a four-shot lead for Bae before the final pairing had even made the turn.

2012 AT & T Byron Nelson Championship Winner

The 2012 AT & T Byron Nelson Championship Winner is Jason Dufner. Dufner sank a sensational 25-feet birdie putt on the 18th hole to win at the TPC Four Seasons Resort in Irving, Texas.

2011 AT & T Byron Nelson Championship Winner

Keegan Bradley wins 2011 AT & T Byron Nelson Championship with a playoff victory over Ryan Palmer. He made par on the 18th hole, while Palmer wound up bogeying the hole after receiving a penalty stroke on a ball in the water.

2010 AT & T Byron Nelson Championship Winner

Jason Day won his first PGA Tour title at age 22, despite finding water on the final hole. The runner-up, Blake Adams, also hit into water on that hole. Sixteen-year-old amateur Jordan Spieth made the cut and finished tied for 16th. Jason Day didn't have his best day on Sunday, but it was still enough to win the 2010 AT & T Byron Nelson Championship by two strokes.


2010 Byron Nelson Championship Winner: Jason Day

2009 Byron Nelson Championship Winner

Congratulations to Rory Sabbatini who shot a 261 to win the 2009 AT & T Byron Nelson Championship.



2009 Byron Nelson Championship Winner: Rory Sabbatini

AT & T Byron Nelson Championship

  • 2010 Jason Day
  • 2009 Rory Sabbatini

  • EDS Byron Nelson Championship
  • 2008 Adam Scott
  • 2007 Scott Verplank
  • 2006 Brett Wetterich
  • 2005 Ted Purdy
  • 2004 Sergio García
  • 2003 Vijay Singh
  • Verizon Byron Nelson Classic
  • 2002 Shigeki Maruyama
  • 2001 Robert Damron
  • GTE Byron Nelson Classic
  • 2000 Jesper Parnevik
  • 1999 Loren Roberts
  • GTE Byron Nelson Golf Classic
  • 1998 John Cook
  • 1997 Tiger Woods
  • 1996 Phil Mickelson
  • 1995 Ernie Els
  • 1994 Neal Lancaster
  • 1993 Scott Simpson
  • 1992 Billy Ray Brown
  • 1991 Nick Price
  • 1990 Payne Stewart
  • 1989 Jodie Mudd
  • 1988 Bruce Lietzke
  • Byron Nelson Golf Classic
  • 1987 Fred Couples
  • 1986 Andy Bean
  • 1985 Bob Eastwood
  • 1984 Craig Stadler
  • 1983 Ben Crenshaw
  • 1982 Bob Gilder
  • 1981 Bruce Lietzke
  • 1980 Tom Watson
  • 1979 Tom Watson
  • 1978 Tom Watson
  • 1977 Raymond Floyd
  • 1976 Mark Hayes
  • 1975 Tom Watson
  • 1974 Buddy Allin
  • 1973 Lanny Wadkins
  • 1972 Chi Chi Rodriguez
  • 1971 Jack Nicklaus
  • 1970 Jack Nicklaus
  • 1969 Bruce Devlin
  • 1968 Miller Barber
  • Dallas Open Invitational
  • 1967 Bert Yancey
  • 1966 Roberto De Vicenzo
  • 1965 No tournament
  • 1964 Charles Coody
  • 1963 No tournament
  • 1962 Billy Maxwell
  • 1961 Earl Stewart
  • 1960 Johnny Pott
  • 1959 Julius Boros
  • 1958 Sam Snead
  • 1957 Sam Snead
  • Texas International Open
  • 1956 Peter Thomson (June, two events in same year)
  • Dallas Centennial Open
  • 1956 Don January (May, two events in same year)
  • 1947-55 No tournament
  • Dallas Invitational
  • 1946 Ben Hogan
  • Dallas Open
  • 1945 Sam Snead
  • Texas Victory Open
  • 1944 Byron Nelson

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