AT&T, City To Build South Dallas Golf Course, Set Sights On Nelson
The city of Dallas and AT&T are pairing up to build a golf course near Loop 12 and I-45, the Dallas Morning News reports. Their goal: A PGA-quality course that might just take over the Byron Nelson Championship, which has been played in Las Colinas for nearly 30 years.
AT&T is working with the City of Dallas on plans to build a PGA Tour-quality golf course in the Trinity River Forest. The semi-private club, which will be located west of I-45 and north of Loop 12, will be used by SMU and the First Tee of Greater Dallas and could eventually host the HP Byron Nelson Championship, sources said.