This is gonna be a big year for the Salesmanship Club of Dallas. They’re moving their mega-huge AT&T Byron Nelson to the brand new course at Trinity Forest Golf Club after years of being held at Las Colinas Four Seasons Resort. What a great way to celebrate the tournament’s 50th anniversary!
Heading up the 97-year-old non-profit service organization that “owns and operates Momentous Institute” will be newly named President Guy Kerr, whose day job is practicing corporate and securities law at Locke Lord LLP. A member of the Club since 1989, Guy has “held a wide variety of leadership positions for the Club, Momentous Institute and the AT&T Byron Nelson.”
According to Guy, ““The year ahead for the Salesmanship Club promises to be exciting, historic and immensely fulfilling as we transition the AT&T Byron Nelson to Trinity Forest Golf Club in Southern Dallas and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the tournament, while we continue to change the odds for thousands of kids and families through the work of our Momentous Institute.”
Joining Guy during this transitional year will be the following new members of the Salesmanship Club Board of Directors: First VP Alan Walne, Second VP Joe Alcantar, Secretary Joseph Worsham, Treasurer Nelson DeVega, Momentous Institute Board Chair Jeff Barnes and Chair of the Salesmanship Club Charitable Golf of Dallas Board David Watson.
Start setting your GPS for Trinity Forest Golf Club for the tournament that starts Monday, May 14.
* Photo provided by Salesmanship Club of Dallas