Ian Poulter is a happier man. (Getty Images) Ian Poulter had seemingly lost his PGA Tour card when he missed the cut at the Valero Texas Open last week, falling short of earning enough money or FedEx Cup points as laid out by the Tour to fulfill a major medical extension. Show More Summary
After six second-place finishes, rising into the 30 in the world and easily holding the mantle as the Best Player Without a PGA Tour Win, Kevin Chappell broke through for his first victory on Sunday at the Valero Texas Open — in his 180th-career start. Show More Summary
They say everything is bigger in Texas and Kevin Chappell can attest to it after his big win at the Valero Texas Open. After nine years and 180 starts on Tour, Chappell earned his first win in San Antonio, Texas this weekend, edging out Brooks Koepka with a drained 9-foot birdie putt on the 72nd. Show More Summary
Dominic Bozzelli came within an inch — an inch! — of making the second par-4 hole-in-one in PGA Tour history. Bozzelli was playing the 318-yard par-4 17th at TPC San Antonio’s AT&T Oaks Course on Saturday in the third round of the Valero Texas Open when he nearly jarred his tee shot. Show More Summary
Kevin Chappell made an eight-foot putt on the final hole to win the Valero Texas Open by one stroke on Sunday. Chappell had a four-under-par 68 in the final round to finish at 12 under for the tournament, edging Brooks Koepka at TPC San Antonio to earn his first PGA Tour victory in his 180th career...
Even the Texas Open boasts a hefty purse, a sign of how far things have come on the PGA Tour in prize money distribution. The Valero Texas Open, if we’re being honest, is not the biggest event on the PGA Tour. It falls in a bit of aShow More Summary
Kevin Chappell made an 8-foot putt on the final hole to win the Valero Texas Open by one stroke
Kevin Chappell birdied three of his final five holes and took a step closer to his first PGA Tour victory with a 1-under 71 on Saturday, giving him a one-stroke lead after three rounds of the Valero Texas Open
Ian Poulter lost his status on Friday at the Valero Texas Open. (Getty Images) Ian Poulter formally lost his fully-exempt PGA Tour status on Friday when he missed the cut at the Valero Texas Open, leaving him short of fulfilling the requirements of a major medical extension on which his card hinged. Show More Summary
Tony Finau arrived at the 18th tee with a chance at a course record, but his approach splashed in the water and his bogey dropped him into a second-round tie for the lead with Bud Cauley at the Valero Texas Open on Friday. A birdie at the par-five final hole would have given Finau a share of the...
England's Ian Poulter is struggling to secure his playing status for the rest of the season after a poor first round at the Valero Texas Open.
South African Branden Grace had a six-under-par 66 and leads by a stroke after the opening round of the Valero Texas Open on Thursday in San Antonio. Grace had a season-best 11th-place finish last week in defense of his RBC Heritage title. He leads the five-under 67s of Steven Alker, Stewart Cink,...
South African Branden Grace had a 6-under 66 and leads by a stroke after the Valero Texas Open's opening round
Grace had seven birdies and shot 66 in the first round
April 20 (Reuters) - Branden Grace built on recent good form to earn the first-round lead with a six-under-par 66 at the Valero Texas Open in San Antonio on Thursday.
From a Golf Channel press release. ORLANDO, Fla. (April 19, 2017) – World Golf Hall of Fame members Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player and Lee Trevino will headline the Legends division at the PGA TOUR Champions’ Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf at Big Cedar Lodge, airing on Golf Channel. Show More Summary
Curtis Luck is making his pro debut in the Valero Texas Open, and at least he knows what to expect
April 19 (Reuters) - Charley Hoffman will try to put his final-round U.S. Masters letdown behind him when he tees it up at this week's Valero Texas Open where the American journeyman is the defending champion.
The PGA Tour heads to Texas this week for the third time this season, with the playing of the Valero Texas Open at TPC San Antonio on the AT&T Oaks Course. Charley Hoffman is the defending champion on a golf course he absolutely loves, taking on a slightly weaker field than perhaps hoped. Show More Summary