AT&T Byron Nelson: Garcia beats Koepka in playoff
His confidence is shaky, but Jordan Spieth is set to square off vs. Brooke Koepka and the field Sunday
What was supposed to be a sleepy weekend on Tour could be one of the best of the year with Jordan Spieth and Brooks Koepka dueling in the final pairing in Dallas.
Day 2 of the AT&T Byron Nelson is underway. The final 30 players completed their first rounds early this morning. Jordan Spieth (-11) climbed to the top of the leaderboard with a 5-under 65 after finishing 6 under Thursday. He's tied for the clubhouse lead with Brooks Koepka and Bud Cauley. Follow our live stream of Twitter updates below to stay in the know on Friday's action.
Sergio Garcia takes lead with sizzling start at the PGA Tour's AT&T Byron Nelson in Texas.
Garcia hasn't won a PGA Tour event since 2012.
Jordan Spieth is looking to get his season untracked this weekend at the AT&T Byron Nelson in Irving, Texas.
Round one of the Byron Nelson Tournament was delayed Thursday due to rainy weather in North Texas.
The Aussie wins in Texas for the second time in as many years, strolling comfortably on the back nine to a four-shot victory in Dallas.
Steven Bowditch rolls, Jordan Spieth roars and Dustin Johnson rolls over.
Texan Jimmy Walker, Dallas-area resident Steven Bowditch and PGA Tour rookie Jon Curran are still the leaders after the completed second round at the AT&T Byron Nelson. Tony Finau and Joe Affrunti had a birdie apiece early Saturday to join a group at 8 under, a shot behind a leading trio that was finished before play was suspended by darkness Friday.
Jordan Spieth headlines his hometown event.
Mother Nature did all she could to wreak havoc on the TPC Four Seasons Resort in Irving, Texas, but the PGA Tour AT&T Byron Nelson event was able to get everyone on the course Friday and most of the field finished their round before darkness set in.
Heavy rains forced PGA Tour officials to shorten the 406-yard par-4 14th hole into a 100-yard par-4. After much confusion, they changed the par-4 to a par-3.
The Byron Nelson is in danger of floating away, right down the Trinity River this week with the unholy amounts of rain the Dallas/Fort Worth area has received of late. Brendon Todd noted on Tuesday that the heavy water would certainly affect scores. "You're going to see a hundred guys under par and you're probably to get some of the bombers up there near the top of the board," said Todd.
The trophy case just got a little more full for Georgia Tech golf standouts Anders Albertson. Already a two-time All-American and three-time All-Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) golfer on the course and a four-time selection to the ACC Academic Honor Roll in the classroom, the Woodstock native was named the 2015 Byron Nelson Award winner, as announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA), on April 1.
Brendon Todd, reigning champion of the AT&T Byron Nelson, is an Atlanta resident and former Georgia golfer who is counting down the days to next month’s debut at the Masters Tournament. Todd, 29, acknowledged Thursday that he would not be making plans to test his mettle at Augusta National Golf Club, the place he described as “the mecca of golf,” without last season’s two-week run of success at the PGA Tour stops in Dallas-Fort Worth.