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Corey Conners entered the final round trailing Si Woo Kim by one stroke before a 6-under 66 led to a two-stroke victory.

1.Corey Conners69-67-66-66-268$1,350,000
2.Charley Hoffman71-68-64-67-270$810,000
3.Ryan Moore68-70-69-64-271$510,000
T4.Brian Stuard67-70-70-66-273$330,000
T4.Si Woo Kim66-66-69-72-273$330,000
6.Kevin Streelman72-69-69-64-274$223,200
T7.Graeme McDowell69-69-72-66-276$203,036
T7.Byeong-Hun An69-68-73-66-276$203,036
T7.Jason Kokrak70-73-65-68-276$203,036
T7.Matt Kuchar69-71-67-69-276$203,036
T7.Danny Lee68-72-66-70-276$203,036
T7.Adam Schenk70-66-70-70-276$203,036
T7.Scott Brown71-67-67-71-276$203,036


After beginning the final round tied with Zach Johnson, Andrew Landry posted a 4-under 68 (including three birdies to start the round) to post his first PGA TOUR victory at the 2018 Valero Texas Open.

1.Andrew Landry69-67-67-68-271$1,116,000
T2.Sean O'Hair72-70-65-66-273$545,600
T2.Trey Mullinax74-68-62-69-273$545,600
4.Jimmy Walker71-69-67- 67-274$297,600
5.Zach Johnson70-65-68-72-275$248,000
6.Joaquin Niemann72-70- 67-67-276$223,200
7.Ryan Moore68-67-70 -72-277$207,700
T8.Kevin Streelman74-68-69-67-278$179,800
T8.Andrew Putnam73-68-68- 69-278$179,800
T8.Chris Kirk73-66-68 -71-278$179,800


Kevin Chappell made a birdie putt on the final hole to win the 2017 Valero Texas Open.

1.Kevin Chappell69-68-71-68-276$1,116,000
2.Brooks Koepka68-74-70-65-277$669,600
T3.Tony Finau71-65-74-69-279$359,600
T3.Kevin Tway70-68-72-69-279$359,600
5.Aaron Baddeley69-70-73-68-280$248,000
T6.Sung-hoon Kang69-70-74-68-281$200,725
T6.Cameron Smith72-65-73-71-281$200,725
T6.Brian Gay68-72-71-70-281$200,725
T6.Ryan Palmer74-68-68-71-281$200,725
T10.Camilo Villegas73-70-69-70-282$155,000
T10.Bud Cauley70-66-74-72-282$155,000
T10.Branden Grace66-73-70-73-282$155,000


Charley Hoffman made a 9-foot birdie putt on the final hole to win the 2016 Valero Texas Open.

1.Charley Hoffman66-71-70-69-276$1,116,000
2.Patrick Reed65-73-70-69-277$669,600
3.Chad Collins73-69-67-69-278$421,600
4.Kevin Chappell71-70-70-68-279$233,740
4.Ryan Palmer68-70-72-69-279$233,740
4.Martin Piller70-68-71-70-279$233,740
4.Billy Horschel70-72-67-70-279$233,740
4.Ricky Barnes68-70-67-74-279$233,740
9.Branden Grace72-72-69-67-280$161,200
9.Harold Varner, III69-72-70-69-280$161,200
9.Tom Hoge76-68-71-65-280$161,200
9.Jon Curran70-68-71-71-280$161,200


FedExCup point’s leader and Boerne (TX) resident Jimmy Walker began the day four strokes ahead of Jordan Spieth and, despite a pair of early bogeys on Nos. 4 and 7, was never threatened and went on to a 2-under-par 70 and a four-stroke victory over Spieth for his second victory of the 2014-15 campaign.

1.Jimmy Walker71-67-69-70-277$1,116,000
2.Jordan Spieth71-69-71-70-281$669,600
3.Billy Horschel72-70-71-71-284$421,600
4.Daniel Summerhays71-73-72-69-285$272,800
4.Chesson Hadley71-72-71-71-285$272,800
6.Dustin Johnson78-72-68-68-286$215,450
6.Ryan Palmer70-75-73-68-286$215,450
8.Chris Kirk71-71-73-72-287$179,800
8.Brendan Steele74-68-72-73-287$179,800
8.Scott Pinckney73-72-69-73-287$179,800


North Texas resident Steven Bowditch scored his first-ever PGA TOUR victory at the Valero Texas Open, shooting a final round 76 to hold off Will MacKenzie and Daniel Summerhays by a single shot at the lush AT&T Oaks course at TPC-San Antonio. Bowditch, an Australian native, fired the highest final round winning score since 1926 VTO winner MacDonald Smith, but rolled in a clutch final hole put to clinch the victory. He became the fourth international player to win here since 1970, but the third in the last five years.

1.Steven Bowditch69-67-68-76-280$1,116,000
2.Will MacKenzie69-72-70-70-281$545,600
2.Daniel Summerhays72-68-70-71-281$545,600
4.Matt Kuchar70-72-65-75-282$272,800
4.Andrew Loupe67-70-70-75-282$272,800
6.Jim Furyk70-74-68-71-283$200,725
6.Zach Johnson70-71-70-72-283$200,725
6.Jerry Kelly71-71-70-71-283$200,725
6.Brendon Todd71-76-68-68-283$200,725
10.Jordan Spieth75-70-68-71-284$167,400


With a high-caliber player field marching into Sunday, the gallery was excited to see PGA TOUR stars battle it out for one of the heaviest trophies on the PGA TOUR. Rory McIlroy fought on the heels of Martin Laird until the last putt dropped. But it was Laird that won and earned his third career PGA TOUR victory at the age of 30 years, 3 months and nine days in his 134th career start on TOUR. He previously won the 2009 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open and 2011 Arnold Palmer Invitational. With his win, Laird moved inside the top-20 in the FedExCup standings to No. 18.

1.Martin Laird70-71-70-63-274$1,116,000
2.Rory McIlroy72-67-71-66-276$669,600
3.Jim Furyk69-70-69-69-277$322,400
3.Charley Hoffman71-67-70-69-277$322,400
3.Billy Horschel68-68-70-71-277$322,400
6.K.J. Choi72-67-72-68-279$223,200
7.Daniel Summerhays69-69-73-69-280$193,233
7.Bob Estes72-69-69-70-280$193,233
7.Jeff Overton69-72-70-69-280$193,233
10.Martin Flores71-72-70-68-281$155,000
10.Padraig Harrington68-73-70-70-281$155,000
10.Marcel Siem76-67-69-69-281$155,000


Former British Open winner Ben Curtis captured his first PGA TOUR victory in six years as he recorded a two-shot victory over rookie Jonn Huh and TPC-SA Oaks single round record holder Matt Every. Curtis picked up his fourth PGA TOUR win by overcoming Every's first round 63 with back-to-back rounds of 67, then holding on for the win on a sunny and windy weekend. It was his first-ever visit to San Antonio but he made it a successful one with the win.

1.Ben Curtis67-67-73-72–279$1,116,000
2.John Huh77-68-67-69–281$545,600
2.Matt Every63-74-73-71–281$545,600
4.Bob Estes72-72-70-69–283$244,125
4.Brian Gay73-69-71-70–283$244,125
4.Brendan Steele73-74-69-67–283$244,125
4.Charlie Wi72-69-71-71–283$244,125
8.Cameron Tringale72-65-76-71–284$179,800
8.Ryan Moore72-72-71-69–284$179,800
8.Hunter Haas66-74-77-67–284$179,800


Seeing the championship TPC-San Antonio AT&T Oaks course for the first time, rookie Brendan Steele made himself right at home with a one-shot victory over fellow rookie Kevin Chappell and veteran Charlie Hoffman. Steele's winning score of 280 was the highest since Wiffy Cox won in 1934. Kevin Na set a Valero Texas Open record with a 16 on the par 4 9th hole Thursday, the second highest single hole score in PGA TOUR history.

1.Brendan Steele69-72-68-71–280$1,116,000
2.Kevin Chappell68-73-70-70–281$545,600
2.Charley Hoffman68-73-72-68–281$545,600
4.Brandt Snedeker69-72-70-71–282$297,600
5.Fredrik Jacobson72-75-67-69–282$226,300
5.Pat Perez71-74-67-71–283$226,300
5.Cameron Tringale71-71-68-73–283$226,300
8.Charles Howell III71-73-68-72–284$192,200
9.Keegan Bradley73-73-71-68–285$173,600
9.Martin Laird72-74-69-70–285$173,600


Australian Adam Scott made his first visit to San Antonio a successful one as he captured the first event ever held at the new TPC-San Antonio Oaks Course with a one-shot victory over Sweden’s Fredrik Jacobson. The tough conditions pushed Scott’s winning score of 274, nine shots higher than in 2009, won by Zach Johnson. Scott trailed by five shots after the first day and didn’t take the lead until his final round 67, part of a rare 36-hole final day, thanks to a Friday rainout.

1.Adam Scott71-70-66-67–274$1,098,000
2.Fredrik Jacobson71-69-65-70–275$658,800
3.Aaron Baddeley75-66-67-68–276$317,200
3.Ernie Els72-67-69-68–276$317,200
3.Jimmy Walker70-67-70-69–276$317,200
6.Garth Mulroy71-67-67-72–277$211,975
6.Tim Petrovic70-68-71-68–277$211,975
8.Steve Flesch69-73-66-70–278$189,100
9.James Driscoll70-68-72-69–279$158,600
9.Tom Gillis71-70-70-68–279$158,600
9.Spencer Levin70-69-67-73–279$158,600
9.Ryan Palmer75-69-71-64–279$158,600

x-Wins in playoff

2019 Champion Corey Connors
2018 Champion Andrew Landry
2017 Champion Kevin Chappell
2016 Champion Charley Hoffman
2015 Champion Jimmy Walker
2014 Champion Steven Bowditch
2013 Champion Martin Laird
2012 Champion Ben Curtis
2011 Champion Brendan Steele
2010 Champion Adam Scott

Great Moments


Australian Adam Scott completed the third leg of his Texas PGA TOUR victory lap, winning the Valero Texas Open in his first-ever appearance in San Antonio. It was the first-ever event held at the new TPC-San Antonio which provided much tougher conditions, and Scott’s winning score was nine shots higher than the year previous with Zach Johnson.


Rookie Brendan Steele becomes the fourth rookie in 40 years, the first since 2006 to capture the Valero Valero Texas Open title. His one-shot win produced a 72- hole score of 280. The highest winning score in 77 years. Kevin Na set a jaded Valero Texas Open scoring record with a 16 on the par 4 9th hole.


Former British Open Champion Ben Curtis finds the Valero Texas Open is once again the restarter of great careers, as he wins for the first time in six years, capturing his first VTO title in his first-ever visit to San Antonio. It's his fourth PGA TOUR victory as he holds off rookie John Huh and Matt Every by two shots.


Martin Laird birdied his last three holes Sunday to tie the TPC San Antonio (AT&T Oaks Course) course record with a 9-under 63 to win by two strokes over Rory McIlroy. With his win in San Antonio, Laird extends his PGA TOUR exempt status through 2015 and earned the final spot in the 2013 Masters Tournament. Laird became the first player since Johnson Wagner to earn the final spot into the Masters by virtue of a win the week before (2008 Shell Houston Open).


Australian native, Steven Bowditch was the only player in the field to record three sub-70 rounds in the first 54 holes and managed to win by a single stroke on Sunday. It was his first PGA TOUR title and also earned him his first trip to the Masters Tournament. Bowditch is the 17th Texas resident to win the Valero Texas Open and presently resides in Dallas.


FedExCup point’s leader and Boerne (TX) resident Jimmy Walker began the day four strokes ahead of Jordan Spieth and, despite a pair of early bogeys on Nos. 4 and 7, was never threatened and went on to a 2-under-par 70 and a four-stroke victory over Spieth for his second victory of the 2014-15 campaign.