Mark your calendar for May 11-14, when Tommy Gainey and the rest of the field hit the course at TPC Craig Ranch in McKinney, Texas to golf in the 2023 AT&T Byron Nelson.
Gainey has a best finish of 51st, and an average finish of 51st, in his 12 tournaments during the past year (including no top fives).
Keep reading for all the information you need to know about Gainey before he hits the course at the 2023 AT&T Byron Nelson, including how to catch the action live on TV or via live stream.
AT&T Byron Nelson TV Channel and Live Stream Info
- Date: May 11-14, 2023
- Thursday Coverage: Golf Channel, Golf Channel
- Friday Coverage: Golf Channel, Golf Channel
- Saturday Coverage: Golf Channel, CBS, CBS, Golf Channel
- Sunday Coverage: CBS, CBS, Golf Channel, Golf Channel
- Location: McKinney, Texas
- Course: TPC Craig Ranch
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AT&T Byron Nelson Coverage on Fubo and ESPN+
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Tommy Gainey Stats and Recent Trends
- He has failed to make the cut in each of his last five attempts
- Gainey has not been in contention in any recent tournaments, as he’s not posted a score better than the field average or finished within five shots of the leader in any of his last five events.
Tommy Gainey at the 2023 AT&T Byron Nelson
- Courses on the PGA Tour have played at an average length of 7,301 yards over the past year. This week will take place on a par 71 that clocks in at 7,414 yards, 113 yards longer than average.
- Over the last year, PGA Tour stops have seen an average score of -5, while TPC Craig Ranch has a recent scoring average of -14.
- TPC Craig Ranch checks in at 7,414 yards, 124 yards longer than the average course Gainey has played over the past year (7,290 yards).
- Events he’s played over the past year have seen players average a score of -7 relative to par. That’s higher than this course, which has a scoring average of -14.
- Gainey finished below the cut line in each of his last four trips to this tournament.
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