was successfully added to your cart.


AT&T Tour Caddie Championship at Trinity Forest

By May 15, 2017Caddie News
AT&T Caddie Championship at Trinity Forest Golf Club

Dallas, TX – May 15, 2017

As the PGA Tour stops at the Four Seasons Resort in Las Colinas for The AT&T Byron Nelson this week, many of the caddies on the PGA Tour have their own games to work on. AT&T has partnered with the APTC to host the first official Tour Caddie Championship to be held at the future home of the AT&T Byron Nelson, Trinity Forest Golf Club on Monday, May 22nd.

The event will showcase 68 of the best golfers inside the tour caddie profession in a stroke play format. Notable participants in the AT&T Caddie Championship will include James Edmondson (4x Club Champion at Colonial Country Club and caddie for Ryan Palmer), Kip Henley (previous mini-tour player, winner of Golf Channel’s “Big Break”, and caddie for Vijay Singh), Julien Trudeau (former Web.com Tour Pro and caddie for Graham Delaet), Paul Tesori (caddie for Webb Simpson) and Michael Greller (caddie for Jordan Spieth).

Beginning in 2018, the AT&T Bryon Nelson will relocate from its three decades old venue at the Four Seasons Resort and Club at Las Colinas in Irving to Trinity Forest Golf Club. The club, located five miles southeast of downtown Dallas, was specifically built to host the PGA Tour and Southern Methodist University’s golf team.

Built on a former landfill, and designed by Ben Crenshaw and Bill Coore, Trinity Forest will challenge the caddies with an unorthodox links style course in the middle of Texas. Crenshaw and Coore were both immediately struck by the property and its natural characteristics. According to Coore, “the property that we began with, the biggest attraction was that rumpled, uneven ground… It looked like ground that needed to be ironed — uneven, broken ground that anyone in our profession associates with the most classic courses in the world. Using the uneven ground, the greens look like parts of the fairways; the grass just swells up out of the ground. There is almost no rough.”



AT&T Inc., incorporated October 5, 1983, is a holding company. The Company and its subsidiaries provide communications and digital entertainment services in the United States and the world. The Company operates through four segments: Business Solutions, Entertainment Group, Consumer Mobility and International. The Company offers its services and products to consumers in the United States, Mexico and Latin America and to businesses and other providers of telecommunications services worldwide. The Company also owns and operates three regional Television sports networks, and retains non-controlling interests in another regional sports network and a network dedicated to game-related programming, as well as Internet interactive game playing. The services and products offered by the Company vary by market, and include wireless communications, data/broadband and Internet services, digital video services, local and long-distance telephone services, telecommunications equipment, managed networking, and wholesale services. Its subsidiaries include AT&T Mobility and SKY Brasil Servicos Ltda.


The Association of Professional Tour Caddies (“APTC”) is a trade association of the top professional golf caddies who work with the top professional golfers in the world. APTC was created to unite caddies for the betterment of the profession and to inform others of the positive attributes of professional caddies. APTC strives to provide long term benefits that will protect caddies and allow for retirement when caddies are no longer able to serve professional players and professional golf. APTC will provide caddies with group benefits programs and a greater voice in professional golf. The association also provides us with a channel to educate the public about our profession and the role we play in the world of professional golf.


Trinity Forest Golf Club was created explicitly to attract prestigious golf championships back to Dallas; thereby, driving community impact and charitable activity. Further, the club endeavors to create a special place where our members and guests may foster camaraderie, enjoying the undefeatable game of golf.


Caddie Name Pro Name
Andrew Sanders Jimmy Walker
Austin Kaiser Xander Schauffele
Boston Brittain Kelly Kraft
Brandon Antus William McGirt
Brandon Parsons J.B. Holmes
Brennan Little Gary Woodland
Brent Everson David Hearn
Brent Henley Robert Garrigus
Brett Waldman Charley Hoffman
Brian Smith Kyle Reifers
Calvin Henley Vijay Singh
Chris Berry Brian Gay
Christopher Callas Shawn Stefani
Christopher Jones Michael Thompson
Corby Segal Brandon Hagy
Damian Lopez Stuarty Appleby
David Pelekoudas Brian Cambpell
David Robinson Boo Weekley
David Stone Mark Anderson
DJ Nelson Hudson Swafford
Don Gadberry Martin Flores
Duane Bock Kevin Kisner
James Edmondson Ryan Palmer
James Montecinos Kevin Streelman
Jeffrey Johnson Tyrone Van Aswegen
Joel Stock Ben Crane
Joey Duplantis Scott Langley
John Limanti Aaron Baddeley
John Rathouz Seamus Power
Jon Yarbrough Smylie Kaufman
Jonathan Jakovac Ryan Moore
Joseph Etter Patton Kizzire
Julien Trudeau Graham DeLeat
Justin York Chez Reavie
Kenneth Harms Kevin Na
Kevin Fastbender Rory Sabbatini
Kurt Kowaluk Danny Lee
Lance Bennett Bill Haas
Marc Sambol Kevin Tway
Mark Carens Si Woo Kim
Mark Urbanek James Hahn
Matthew Hauser Johnson Wagner
Micah Fugitt Bryson DeChambeau
Michael Bestor Geoff Ogilvy
Michael Greller Jordan Spieth
Paul Tesori Webb Simpson
Ricky Romano Charlie Beljan
Ronald Levin C.T. Pan
Russell Stark Roberto Castro
Ryan Rue Carl Pettersson
Scott McGuinness Cameron Percy
Scott Sajtinac Troy Merritt
Scott Tway Brian Harman
Shawn Segars Martin Laird
Shay Knight Sean O’Hair
Steve Catlin Robert Streb
Steven Hale Ken Duke
Steven Hulka Brian Davis
Taylor Ford Stewart Cink
Thomas Janis Tom Hoge
TJ Rice Ryan Brehm
Todd Montoya Ryan Blaum
Tom Broderson J.T. Poston
Travis Perkins Scott Piercy
Zeke Salas J.J. Spaun


Leave a Reply