The event is readying for its third year in McKinney at TPC Craig Ranch. The tournament will run from May 11-14 and includes public hospitality venues; a new family-friendly amenity called The Corral; and the debut of Ranch17, a fully enclosed stadium-style environment located on the 17th hole.
What you need to know
While the tournament goes on, drivers in the area can expect some shifts in traffic patterns. One such change is the closure of the SH 121 westbound north frontage road between Alma Road and Craig Ranch Parkway/Exchange Parkway from May 10-14, according to city documents.
City officials said other roads near TPC Craig Ranch that will be closed for the duration of the tournament include:
- Collin McKinney Parkway east of Boston Lane
- Van Tuyl Parkway between Collin McKinney Parkway and TPC Drive
- Weiskopf Avenue between Collin McKinney Parkway and North Collin David Drive
- Henneman Way between Weiskopf Avenue and TPC Drive
- Ben Hogan Way between Weiskopf Avenue and TPC Drive
- TPC Drive between Henneman Way and SH 121
- Weiskopf Avenue and SH 121
For more information on traffic and parking at the tournament, visit www.attbyronnelson.org/spectators/parking-information/.
Community members without a ticket to the event can enjoy free live music after play is completed for the day with performances by Hayden Haddock on May 12 as well as The Maylee Thomas Band and Buffalo Ruckus on May 13. Complimentary tickets to the event are also available for military members and teachers, according to a news release.
For more information on the tournament and events, visit www.attbyronnelson.org.