AT&T Byron Nelson TV coverage: How to stream or watch Aaron Rai | May 11-14

The 2023 AT&T Byron Nelson at TPC Craig Ranch in McKinney, Texas is scheduled for May 11-14, and Aaron Rai is one of the players looking to win the tournament and grab a part of the $9,500,000.00 purse.

Rai has a best finish of seventh, and an average finish of 41st, in his 28 events during the past year (including two top rounds of the day).

Keep reading for all the information you need to know about Rai 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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Aaron Rai Stats and Recent Trends

Over his last five appearances, Rai has finished in the top 20 once.
He’s made the cut in three of his last five tournaments.
Over his last five events, Rai has carded a score that’s better than average in two of those outings.
He has an average score of -5 across his last five events.

Aaron Rai at the 2023 AT&T Byron Nelson

The Tour has played courses with an average length of 7,301 yards over the past year, while TPC Craig Ranch is set to play at a longer 7,468 yards.
Golfers at TPC Craig Ranch have averaged a score of -14 per tournament, lower than the Tour-wide scoring average of -5 over the past year.
The average course Rai has played over the past year has been 212 yards shorter than the 7,468 yards TPC Craig Ranch will measure for this event.
Over the past year, the events he’s played have a scoring average of -6 among finishers, which is higher than the -14 average at this course.
Rai finished 46th here in his last appearance at the tournament (2022).
His last time here, he completed one bogey-free round.

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