Steven Bowditch is the defending champion at the Byron Nelson golf tournament, which begins Thursday in Irving.
Steven Bowditch is the defending champion at the Byron Nelson golf tournament, which begins Thursday in Irving. LM Otero AP
Steven Bowditch is the defending champion at the Byron Nelson golf tournament, which begins Thursday in Irving. LM Otero AP

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