Where is Valero Open played 2021?
TPC San Antonio
Valero Texas Open at TPC San Antonio The Oaks course plays host to the PGA TOUR’s Valero Texas Open held March 29th – April 4th, 2021. The 2021 edition of the Valero Texas Open, will return to TPC San Antonio’s Oaks course for the 12th year.
What golfers are playing in the Valero Texas Open?
Valero Texas Open
Who won Valero Texas Open 2021?
2021 Valero Texas Open/Winners
How much does it cost to enter the Valero Texas Open?
|Made cut in 2015-201||$450|
|Played in event prec||$450|
Who’s leading the Valero Texas Open?
Valero Texas Open
How can I watch Valero Texas Open?
You can stream Golf Channel’s early final round TV coverage of the Valero Texas Open on golfchannel.com, and NBC’s broadcast at nbc.com/live. Fans can also view Featured Group coverage of the opening round all day Sunday via PGA Tour Live with a subscription.
Who won the Valero Open in Texas?
Jordan Spieth makes par on No. 18 to win Valero Texas Open.
Where is the Valero golf tournament in San Antonio?
Valero Texas Open. The Valero Texas Open is a professional golf tournament on the PGA Tour, played near San Antonio, Texas. It dates back 96 years to 1922, when it was first called the Texas Open; San Antonio-based Valero Energy Corporation took over naming rights in 2002. It is played at The Oaks Course at the TPC San Antonio,…
Who was the winner of the Valero Texas Open?
Jordan Spieth shot rounds of 67, 70, 67 & 66 to win the Valero Texas Open by two over Charley Hoffman and four over Matt Wallace. With his victory, Jordan Spieth earned his 12th PGA TOUR title and first since winning The 2017 Open Championship, a span of 1,351 days.
Is the clubhouse admission at Valero Texas Open?
You can follow your favorite players and enjoy food at concession stands. It does not provide admission into the corporate hospitality areas or the clubhouse. Hospitality tickets are available for purchase for an upgraded experience. Clubhouse tickets are not available for purchase.
What was the purse for the Valero Texas Open?
Valero Texas Open. With the demise of the Atlanta Classic, the PGA Tour moved the Texas Open into that slot on the schedule in May 2009 and it became a regular FedEx Cup event. The 2009 event offered an increased purse of $6.1 million (up from $4.5 million) and its winner’s share exceeded $1 million for the first time.