Valero Texas Open History & Past Winners

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Valero Texas Open History and Past Winners

Valero Texas Open History & Past Winners


The PGA Tour warms up for it’s annual trip to Augusta National with one of it’s longest standing tournaments. Let’s take a look at the Valero Texas Open History and Past Winners of this original PGA event.

The first Valero Texas Open took place way back in 1922 making it the 3rd oldest official PGA Tour event. If the U.S. Open and PGA Championship, managed by the USGA and PGA of America are included, it becomes the 5th oldest pro tournament in America. Amazingly, the Valero has been held in the same city since it’s inception and it’s the only professional tournament that can make that claim.

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The event has been hosted by eight different courses throughout it’s history. With TPC San Antonio being called home since 2010.

Past champions of the Valero Texas Open include all-time greats Byron Nelson, Ben Hogan, Sam Snead, and Arnold Palmer. Palmer is one of eight players to have won this tournament multiple times. With just him and Justin Leonard being 3-time winners.     

2023 Valero Texas Open odds

Valero Texas Open History & Winners – TPC San Antonio

YearWinnerScoreWin Margin
2022J.J. Spaun-132
2021Jordan Spieth-182
2019Corey Conners-202
2018Andrew Landry-172
2017Kevin Chappell-121
2016Charley Hoffman-121
2015Jimmy Walker-114
2014Steven Bowditch-81
2013Martin Laird-142
2012Ben Curtis-92
2011Brendan Steele-81
2010Adam Scott-141

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