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Byron Nelson Leaving Trinity Forest After 2020

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It is not yet known where the tournament will be played in 2021.

Looks like the PGA tour has seen the error of its ways.  Building a course with no shade in Texas that's at least 15 minutes from any hotels/restaurants was not sustainable.   They now have a crucial decision to make going into 2021.   My thought would be take a look at TPC Craig Ranch if they don't want to go back to Las Colinas.

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After two years of weather setbacks, disappointing attendance and declining financial results, the PGA Tour has decided that the 2020 AT&T Byron Nelson...

It's disappointing because the course was unlike (in a good way) so many of the others on the PGA Tour.

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It's a bummer. We don't get to see too many Coore/Crenshaw courses on Tour, even as they take over every top 100 list. I think the only one now will be Kapalua. 

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1 hour ago, jamo said:

It's a bummer. We don't get to see too many Coore/Crenshaw courses on Tour, even as they take over every top 100 list. I think the only one now will be Kapalua. 

Some people are taking this as a referendum or something on minimalist courses on Tour, etc. But really it was about the site - there were no trees for shade, it was 15 miles from anything, etc.

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