Valero Texas Open 2017: Live Stream, Online, TV Guide, Schedule

The Valero Texas Open 2017 is among the oldest events on the PGA Tour, The Valero Texas Open tournament dating back to 1922. Over the years past champions have included many of the game’s greats, including Walter Hagen, Byron Nelson, Ben Hogan, Sam Snead, Arnold Palmer (a three-time winner) and Lee Trevino. Once this was a tournament where players were known to go rather low: Tommy Armour III set the PGA Tour Leaderboard 72-hole scoring record of 254 here in 2003 that was finally broken in January at the Sony Open by Justin Thomas. Yet since the event moved to TPC San Antonio, the winning scores have been far more modest, coming in between eight under to 14 under par. The AT&T Oaks Course plays to 7,433 yards and a par of 72. The winner will receive $1,116,000 from the $6.2 million purse. Charley Hoffman is the defending Valero Texas Open Champions.

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Viewer’s Guide Valero Texas Open

Valero Texas Open Live Stream on Golf Channel and Online TV Broadcasting site  will carry all live tournament coverage on Thursday and Friday from 3:30-6:30 PM EST, and on the weekend from 1-2:30 PM EST. CBS will handle Saturday and Sunday coverage starting at 3 PM EST.

Watch Valero Texas Open 2017 Live Stream Online

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Fantasy Picks – 2017 Valero Texas Open

Need help filling out your fantasy lineup for the 2017 Valero Texas Open? The Golf Digest Fantasy Fix podcast covers the players you need to employ this week at Hilton Head.

The PGA Tour heads to TPC San Antonio this week for The Valero Texas Open.

Valero Texas Open 2017 Schedule

Thursday

3:30-6:30 p.m. (Golf Channel, Watch Online)

Friday

3:30-6:30 p.m. (Golf Channel, Watch Online)

Saturday

1-2:30 p.m. (Golf Channel, Watch Online)

3-6 p.m. (CBS)

Sunday

1-2:30 p.m. (Golf Channel, Watch Online)

3-6 p.m. (CBS, Watch Online)

Valero Texas Open Notes: For the second straight week, a PGA Tour event does not have anyone from the top 10 in the world ranking. Patrick Reed at No. 15 is the highest-ranked player at The Texas Open. Matt Kuchar is the only other player from the top 20 in the world who is playing. U.S. Amateur champion Curtis Luck, who made the cut in The Masters, is making his professional debut. Ian Poulter makes his final start on a major medical extension from a foot injury last year. Poulter needs $30,624 – alone in 36th place or better – secure his full card for the rest of the season. The AT&T Oaks course opened in 2010 and was designed by Greg Norman, with Sergio Garcia listed as a consultant. Garcia has played the Valero Texas Open tournament just one time since it moved to the TPC San Antonio. The Valero Texas Open Live 72-hole tournament record is 254 by Tommy Armour III in 2003 at La Cantera. That had stood as the PGA Tour record until Justin Thomas had a 253 at the Sony Open this year. The lowest 72-hole score at the AT&T Oaks Course is 274 by Adam Scott (2010) and Martin Laird (2013).

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