Valero Texas Open
Congratulations To Our Champion, J.J. Spaun!
Final Round Notes
1J.J. Spaun67706969-3-13275
T2Matt Jones68756866-6-11277
T2Matt Kuchar67697269-3-11277
T4Adam Hadwin70707167-5-10278
T4Troy Merritt69716969-3-10278
T4Charles Howell III70677269-3-10278
T4Beau Hossler73666772E-10278

J.J. Spaun (1st/-13)

StarPicks up his first PGA TOUR victory in his 147th start at the age of 31 years, 7 months, 14 days
StarEarns 500 points to move to No. 10 in the FedExCup standings
StarWith the win, earns a spot in next week's Masters Tournament field (debut appearance)
StarBecomes the first winner on TOUR to overcome a double bogey on the first hole in a final round since Tiger Woods at the 2008 U.S. Open
StarNinth first-time winner this season and second in as many weeks (Chad Ramey/Corales Puntacana Championship)
StarBest finish prior to this week was solo-second at the 2017 RSM Classic
Additional Player Notes

StarMaking his 500th PGA TOUR start, nine-time winner Matt Kuchar finishes runner-up for the 14th time
StarTwo-time PGA TOUR winner Matt Jones finishes runner-up for the second time (2013 Greenbrier Classic); was hoping to join Adam Scott (2010) and Steven Bowditch (2014) as Aussie winners at TPC San Antonio
StarAdam Hadwin has three-consecutive top-10 finishes for the first time in his PGA TOUR career (THE PLAYERS Championship/T9, Valspar Championship/T7, Valero Texas Open/T4)
StarThree-time TOUR winner Charles Howell III (T4) records his 98th top-10 finish in 603 starts
StarBeau Hossler, playing his week on a sponsor exemption, finishes T4 following a final-round even-par 72; falls to 0- for-4 when attempting to convert a 54-hole lead/co-lead to victory
StarDefending champion Jordan Spieth turns in his best round of the week, a 5-under 67, to finish T35; the last player to successfully defend at the Valero Texas Open was Zach Johnson in 2009

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Thank You
Help us congratulate J.J. Spaun as the 2022 Valero Texas Open champion and newest member of this storied 100-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 2022 Valero Texas Open the best yet.


Tournament Weekly Highlights
Sunday at the VTOPictures From Earlier This Week

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