AT&T Byron Nelson 2019 Live Stream : The PGA Tour heads to Trinity Forest Golf Club in Dallas for the AT&T Byron Nelson on May 9 – the course’s second Byron Nelson tournament.
AT&T Byron Nelson 2019 Live Stream: Fubo Tv, Date: Thursday, May 9, Time: 3-6:30 p.m. ET, Live Tv Coverage: Golf Channel/fuboTV.
Golf’s second major of the year is just around the corner, but there’s still time for one final tuneup.
The 2019 AT&T Byron Nelson features a great field looking to win the PGA Tour’s stop at Trinity Forest in Dallas before the PGA Champinoship. With online streams from Golf Channel in their apps and websites, you have no excuse to miss a minute of the action.
You can watch the AT&T Byron Nelson 2019 online starting on Thursday, as Golf Channel has its online stream for all four rounds of the tournament. CBS Sports has weekend streams for Saturday and Sunday afternoon coverage.
While many golfers typically like to take the week off before a major, the revamped PGA schedule moving the PGA Championship to just one month after the Masters rather than the typical two has some of the PGA’s best rethinking their itinerary.
Three-time major champion and defending U.S. Open champion Brooks Koepka leads the field in Dallas, putting in some final work before heading to Bethpage Black. Koepka skipped the event last year, but typically elects to play in tournaments directly preceding a major.
Despite the influx in talent for this year’s Byron Nelson, fans will have to go another week without Tiger Woods. Woods hasn’t played in a PGA event since winning his fifth Masters on April 14, instead setting his eyes on what would be his 16 major championship. Woods’ 155-foot, $18 million superyacht named “Privacy” docked in Oyster Bay last Wednesday. Oyster Bay is about 13 miles from the site of the PGA Championship.
Below is everything to know about the AT&T Byron Nelson 2019, including a full TV schedule with live stream, tee times and updated betting odds.
Rounds 1 and 2 on Thursday and Friday will be broadcast exclusively on Golf Channel. The final two rounds will begin with early coverage on Golf Channel before moving to CBS later in the afternoon. The AT&T Byron Nelson can also be streamed on fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free