The Texas Open, known as the Valero Texas Open for sponsorship reasons, is a professional golf tournament on the PGA Tour, played near San Antonio, Texas.It dates back 98 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, northeast of the city. Valero Texas Open purse payout: Bye, Mondays; hello, millions. By Golf Channel Digital. April 7, 2019 at 10:22 PM. Getty Images Here is the complete FedExCup points and purse breakdown for winner. 144 of the world’s top professionals will take on the The Oaks course at TPC San Antonio and compete for their share of the $7.7 Million purse. Walter Hagen, Byron Nelson, Sam Snead, Arnold Palmer, Ben Crenshaw, Lee Trevino, Nick Price, Justin Leonard, Zach Johnson and Adam Scott have all been crowned Texas Open champ. Who will be the next to put on the Champion’s boots? Here is the complete FedExCup points and purse breakdown for winner Corey Conners and the rest of the players who made the cut at the 2019 Valero Texas Open.
Furthermore, golfing fans might be glued to the Golfing Channel this weekend, as “The 3 Irish Open” takes place across the pond; so cheer on your golfing wagers in the morning and in the afternoon. The Open Championship champion Padraig Harrington is your early line favorite at +1000, whileRory Mcilroy is the second favorite at +1300 with Lee Westwood completing the top 3 at +1600.
Harrington might be tired this weekend, as he had to travel back from the Players Championship and shot a +2 for the tournament and tied for 49th place. Not too many people repeat at this course, so look for a nice longshot payout and maybe take a courtesy look at Thomas Bjorn at +3000 to win it.
Ron Raymond's Golf PicksSports Handicapper and Professional Gambler Ron Raymond has released his Valero Texas Open golf picks and he’s going with a 22.5 to 1 longshot to win this event. Ron’s golf picks are ranked from Gold (Top Play), Silver (Second Best Bet) to Bronze
Gold Pick: Charlie Wi +2250
Keys to selection: Charlie Wi came in second a few weeks ago at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans shooting 66, 70, 71, and 68 – 275. Charlie didn’t make the cut last week in a field full of stud golfers; but he could be the talk of the town on Sunday by the way he’s been playing of late.
Silver Pick: Justin Leonard +1050
Keys to selection: Anytime you have a watered down field like this one at the Valero Texas Open, it’s hard not to take a veteran like Leonard who’s got a major title in his bag.
Best casino machine play slot. Bronze Pick: Tim Clark +2050
Keys to selection: Tim Clark is my longshot this week; great showing at The Players last week, tied for 9th and shot 69 on Sunday.
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There was plenty at stake for the winner of this week’s event with a place at The Masters and there has been a significant increase to the 2019 Valero Texas Open prize money.
Corey Conners booked his spot at Augusta National and received $1,350,000 million of the $7.5 million prize purse, an increase of $200,000 compared to the share that 2018 winner Andrew Landry received.
Players who made the top 10 will receive a minimum of just over $200,000 and any player who made the cut took home a minimum of $15,000.
Here’s a full breakdown of the 2019 Valero Texas Open prize money.
2019 Valero Texas Open prize money
Full Purse: $7.5 million
Winner: Corey Conners, $1.35 million
2nd: Charley Hoffman, $810,000
3rd: Ryan Moore, $510,000
T4: Brian Stuard, $330,000
T4: Si Woo Kim, $330,000
6th: Kevin Streelman, $270,000
T7: Graeme McDowell, $203,035.72
T7: Byeong Hun An, $203,035.72
T7: Jason Kokrak, $203,035.72
T7: Danny Lee, $203,035.71
T7: Adam Schenk, $203,035.71
T7: Matt Kuchar, $203,035.71
T7: Scott Brown, $203,035.71
T14: Zack Fischer, $135,000
T14: Lucas Glover, $135,000
T14: Kyoung-Hoon Lee, $135,000
T17: Cameron Tringale, $112,500
T17: Rickie Fowler, $112,500
T17: Hank Lebioda, $112,500
T20: Sungjae Im, $90,500
T20: Wyndham Clark, $90,500
T20: Scottie Scheffler, $90,500
T23: Scott Stallings, $63,214.29
T23: Jim Furyk, $63,214.29
T23: Fabián Gómez, $63,214.29
T23: Harold Varner III, $63,214.29
T23: Peter Malnati, $63,214.28
T23: José de Jesús Rodríguez, $63,214.28
T23: Sam Burns, $63,214.28
T30: Jonas Blixt, $45,562.50
T30: Matt Jones, $45,562.50
T30: Jordan Spieth, $45,562.50
T30: Aaron Baddeley, $45,562.50
T30: Jimmy Walker, $45,562.50
T30: Jhonattan Vegas, $45,562.50
T36: Beau Hossler, $34,562.50
T36: Andrew Putnam, $34,562.50
T36: Martin Laird, $34,562.50
T36: Ollie Schniederjans, $34,562.50
T36: Rory Sabbatini, $34,562.50
T36: Kristoffer Ventura, $34,562.50
T42: Abraham Ancer, -5, $23,040
T42: Max Homa, -5, $23,040
T42: Mackenzie Hughes, -5, $23,040
T42: Sam Ryder, $23,040
T42: Dylan Frittelli, $23,040
T42: Adam Svensson, $23,040
T42: Brendan Steele, $23,040
T42: Martin Kaymer, $23,040
T42: Sung Kang, $23,040
T42: Sam Saunders, $23,040
T52: Nick Taylor, $17,490
T52: HaoTong Li, $17,490
T52: Russell Henley, $17,490
T52: Kyle Stanley, $17,490
T52: Kyle Jones, $17,490
T57: Josh Teater, $16,725
T57: Ernie Els, $16,725
T57: Roberto Díaz, $16,725
T57: Ryan Armour, $16,725
T61: Richy Werenski, $16,275
T61: Tony Finau, $16,275
T63: Joost Luiten, $15,900
T63: Jim Knous, $15,900
T63: Robert Streb, $15,900
66th: Martin Trainer, $15,600
T67: J.T. Poston, $15,375
T67: Morgan Hoffmann, $15,375
T69: Joel Dahmen, $15,075
T69: K.J. Choi, $15,075
Valero Texas Open 2017 Payout Results
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