Valero Texas Open
Corey Conners Wins the Valero Texas Open

Final Round Recap
1Corey Conners69676666-6-20268
2Charley Hoffman71686467-5-18270
3Ryan Moore68706964-8-17271
T4Brian Stuard677070R66-6-15273
T4Si Woo Kim66666972E-15273

Corey Conners

StarEntered the final round trailing Si Woo Kim by one stroke before a 6-under 66 led to a two-stroke victory
StarConners’ scorecard included 10 birdies, four bogeys (consecutive on Nos. 6-9) and four pars
StarWith the win, collects 500 points and moves from No. 66 to No. 13 in the FedExCup standings
StarVictory comes in his 51st PGA TOUR start at the age of 27 years, 3 months, 1 day
StarBecomes the first Monday Qualifier to win on the PGA TOUR since Arjun Atwal (2010 Wyndham Championship)
StarIs the 15th Canadian to win on TOUR, joining George Knudson, Mike Weir, Ian Leggatt, Stan Leonard, Richard Zokol, Dan Halldorson, Dave Barr, Al Balding, Jules Huot, Al Johnston, Stephen Ames, Nick Taylor, Mackenzie Hughes and Adam Hadwin. (Note: Ames and Johnston became Canadian citizens prior to winning)
StarRecords the fifth win by an international player on the PGA TOUR in as many weeks; Francesco Molinari/Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard, Rory McIlroy/THE PLAYERS Championship, Paul Casey/Valspar Championship, Graeme McDowell/Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship, Conners/Valero Texas Open
StarSunday marked the fourth time he had played in the final pairing/grouping in the final round on the PGA TOUR: 2018 Valspar Championship (T16), 2018 Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship (T13), 2018 Sanderson Farms Championship (2nd), 2019 Valero Texas Open (1st)
Star268 is the lowest winning score since the Valero Texas Open moved to TPC San Antonio in 2010 (previous-low was 271 by 2018 champion Andrew Landry)
StarLed the field with 29 birdies, seven more than Kevin Streelman’s 22; also led the field in Strokes Gained: Approach the Green (+11.558) and Putts (GIR)
StarBegan the season playing out of the 126-150 category, with his win coming in his 13th start; now has a trio of top-3 finishes (Valero Texas Open/1st, Sanderson Farms Championship/2nd, Sony Open in Hawaii/T3)
StarIn his rookie year on the PGA TOUR in 2017-18, finished No. 130 in the FedExCup standings
StarMissed the cut in five of his last six starts before this week (T41/THE PLAYERS Championship)
StarIf not otherwise eligible, receives a spot in the following 2018-19 season events (Masters Tournament, RBC Heritage, PGA Championship, Charles Schwab Challenge, the Memorial Tournament) and 2019-20 season events (Sentry Tournament of Champions, Desert Classic, Genesis Invitational, Arnold Palmer Invitational, THE PLAYERS Championship, RBC Heritage)

Things to Know

StarCorey Conners becomes the first Monday Qualifier to win on the PGA TOUR since 2010
StarConners is the 15th Canadian to win on TOUR
StarInternational players have now won each of the last five weeks on the PGA TOUR
StarCharley Hoffman records his 11th top-15 finish in 14 Valero Texas Open starts
StarSi Woo Kim finishes T4 as he sought to become the event’s third wire-to-wire winner
StarFedExCup points leader Matt Kuchar maintains lead following top-10 finish


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Thank You
Help us congratulate Corey Conners as the 2019 Valero Texas Open champion and newest member of this storied 97-year old tradition. None of this, however, would have been possible if it were not for the steadfast support of our corporate partners, volunteers, fans and spectators, and the greater San Antonio community. We did it! On behalf of the Valero Texas Open and Valero Energy Corporation, we would like to extend our sincere gratitude and appreciation for your help in making the 2019 Valero Texas Open the best yet.


We look forward to seeing next year, March 30 – April 5, 2020!