PGA Tour 2017: live leaderboard for Valero Texas Open; tee times, television, Watch Texas Open 2017: Live stream online, TV channel, start time, dates
The PGA Tour returns to Texas for a quick stop at the Valero Texas Open, where Charley Hoffman is the defending champion. The field this week is an interesting one (Curtis Luck, Bryson DeChambeau and Ian Poulter are all playing) even if it’s not a great one.
Hopefully we won’t see any 16s on holes like we did with Kevin Na a few years ago, but if we do, at least you’ll know where to tune in. CLEVELAND, Ohio — Ian Poulter, Patrick Reed and Kent State product Mackenzie Hughes are in the field of Valero Texas Open 2017. The PGA Tour event unfolds this week in San Antonio.
Then, of course, the patch of bad weather seems to linger around for a day or two like a really bad house guest. The standard blue norther typically shows up in October or November and loves to ruin Homecoming.
The AT&T Oaks Course at TPC San Antonio is 7500 yards of Golf Hell on earth on the very best of days. Long and treacherous, it’s one of the toughest stops on tour with no apologies. The course yields scores more in line with a major championship venue than a typical PGA Tour stop. The Oaks Course does not need the assistance of an unseasonal and unwanted blue norther to defend its honor