PGA Says Bye Bye To The Byron Nelson At Trinity Forest

Blame it on two years of declining revenue and lack of entertainment and dining options, and that was enough to cause the PGA to say bye-bye to Trinity Forest as a stop on the PGA tour. The course was also plagued by extreme weather issues. 2018 brought the heat and 2019 brought cold and flooding. The infrastructure made it difficult to operate the facility. This May 2020 will mark the final year at the South Dallas course built on a landfill. No word on where the PGA plans to relocate. You can see a full interview with the chairman of the golf board at The Salesmanship Club Mike McKinley, below.

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