The first round of the 2015 AT&T Byron Nelson golf tournament teed off Thursday morning at the TPC Four Seasons Resort Dallas at Las Colinas.
Dallas native and Masters champion Jordan Spieth is one of the many great golfers who will participate in the tournament, which started in 1968 and was named after North Texas-native Byron Nelson.
Money raised at the tournament goes to the Momentous Institute, which helps children with social and emotional needs.
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"We have raised $137 million over the tenure of this tournament," AT&T Byron Nelson tournament chairman David Corrigan said. "More than any other tournament on tour; so it is about helping our youth."
It is organized by members of the Salesmanship Club.
The tournament, which also features live music and a kids zone, is expected to attract more than 200,000 people.
The public is invited to attend and tickets are still available. Military members and children ages 13 and younger and can attend free.