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What does BNC stand for?

BNC stands for Byron Nelson Championship

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Thisweek'sgolfpreviews, pages106-109 EUROPEAN TOUR China Open BrandenGrace 60-1 winner Nicolas Colsaerts 18-1r unner-up Ballantine's Championship Richie Ramsay 66-1 runner-up MarcusFraser 40-1third Madeira IslandsO pen Ricardo Santos 80-1 winner World MatchPlay Nicolas Colsaerts 14-1w inner UST OUR Zurich Classic Jason Dufner 28-1 winner Players Championship Ian Poulter first-round leader 66-1dead-heat winner MattKu char 55-1 winner Byron Nelson Championship Jason Dufner first-round leader 12-1 winner
Video customers will have access to bonus content on TWC Local Video on Demand plus qualifying customers can watch tournament coverage at home on Golf Channel with the TWCableTV iPad Application DALLAS, May 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Video, voice and high speed data, all powered by Time Warner Cable's Fiber Rich Network is what spectators, media, vendors and more will experience throughout the duration of this year's HP Byron Nelson Championship (HPBNC) as the company will continue to serve as the official telecommunications provider for the tournament.
GOLF: BMW-PGA Championship from Wentworth - Sky Sports 1 1000 and BBC1 1415; the Byron Nelson Championship from Texas - Sky Sports 2 2000.
RORY SABBATINI closed with a sixunder 64 to snatch victory at the Byron Nelson Championship in Texas.
Mickelson was due to play at the Byron Nelson Championship starting today and defend his title at Colonial next week but has withdrawn to be alongside his wife, Amy, who faces "major surgery, possibly within the next two weeks", according to a report on the official PGA Tour website.
GOLF: Adam Scott sank a birdie from nearly 50 feet to beat Ryan Moore in a play-off at the EDS Byron Nelson Championship.