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Sung Kang hits of the ninth tee in the final round of the Byron Nelson golf tournament on Sunday, May 12, 2019, in Dallas.
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Sung Kang was a teenager when his father started sending him from South Korea to North Texas in the winters and summers to work on his golf game.

Going to the AT&T Byron Nelson this year will be a different experience for spectators and golf fans.

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The AT&T Byron Nelson golf tournament is being held in Irving one last time. After 35 years, the event is moving from the Four Seasons Resort in Las Colinas to south Dallas’ new Trinity Forest Golf Club.

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For the second week in a row, Jordan Spieth is getting some home cooking. And a lot of love like the reception he got on the 18th hole at Colonial last week.

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Golfers at the 47th annual HP Byron Nelson Championship teed off Thursday in Irving. Proceeds from the tournament benefit an Oak Cliff school for low-income children. Some of those students got to play caddie this week.

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The proposed Trinity Forest Golf Course in southeast Dallas cleared two major hurdles in as many days this week. 

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.