Valero Texas Open
Major Champions Join Valero Texas Open FieldTickets Are Going Fast
Two Pros Are Better Than OneDash to the VTO
Volunteers: We Need YouOur Community of Champions
Major Champions Join Valero Texas Open Field
SAN ANTONIO, TX – Valero Texas Open field commitments this week include the addition of five players who have won one or more of golf’s major championships. The tournament will be the final PGA TOUR stop prior to the year’s first major championship, the Masters Tournament in Augusta, GA.

Pledging to compete in the tournament April 1-4 are Vijay Singh, Charl Schwartzel, Jim Furyk, Danny Willett and Henrik Stenson.

This group of major champions has accumulated a total of seven titles across the Masters Tournament, PGA Championship, U.S. Open and Open Championship. They join previously announced major champions Jason Dufner, Padraig Harrington and Jimmy Walker.

Singh, who won the Masters Tournament (2000) and two PGA Championships (1998, 2004), was also the 2008 PGA TOUR FedExCup Champion. Furyk has a U.S. Open Championship to his credit along with the 2010 PGA TOUR FedEx Cup title. The Masters Tournament was also won by Schwartzel (2011) and Willett (2016). Stenson, the 2013 FedExCup Champion, hoisted the Claret Jug in 2016 when he won the Open Championship.

To this point, Tournament officials have announced 14 players in the Valero Texas Open, who have been invited to compete in this year’s Masters Tournament the week following, including: Abraham Ancer, Cameron Champ, Corey Conners (2019 VTO Champion), Tony Finau, Matt Kuchar, Martin Laird (2013 VTO Champion), Ryan Palmer, Scottie Scheffler, Schwartzel, Singh, Stenson, Walker, Bernd Wiesberger and Willett.

PGA TOUR players have until Friday, March 26 at 4:00 p.m. Central Time to commit and can withdraw at any time.


Tickets Are Going Fast
With the primary focus on the health and well-being of the community and all involved with the tournament, the spectator and sponsor experience at the event has been reimagined to ensure all State, local and PGA TOUR safety protocols are observed.

Daily General Admission Tickets are limited and are available to the public for purchase through Ticketmaster. Tickets are going fast so secure yours today!

StarVisit to learn more regarding ticket availability and parking details.
Upgraded spectator hospitality experiences will be open-air, provide ample space for social distancing, and allow for intimate viewing while taking advantage of miles of front row seats throughout the golf course, along the rope line.

Fairway Boxes will provide a private area with front row seating along the 17 and 18 fairways with guaranteed non-obstructed views for you and your guests which includes a VTO branded souvenir fairway chair for each guest, Thursday through Sunday’s rounds of competition.

StarALERT: There are only three (3) Fairway Boxes left for purchase. For more information, please contact Ally Brumfield at


Two Pros Are Better Than One
Where else can you play with two (2) PGA TOUR pros than in the Zachry Group Pro-Am on Wednesday, March 31 on The Oaks course at TPC San Antonio? The foursome includes deluxe gift packages, pre and post-round meals.

With limited availability, contact Mark Voosen at to secure your pro-am team today.


Dash to the VTO
Have you registered yet for this year’s Dash to the VTO presented by Humana Military on Saturday, March 27? Lace up your sneakers and join us for an exclusive look at TPC San Antonio’s The Oaks course, just days before the PGA TOUR pros compete at the Valero Texas Open.

With the primary focus on the health and safety for all involved with the tournament race and the local community, registration will be limited to 700 participants for the 5k and 1-mile race. The race will start promptly at 9 a.m. with staggered corrals of no more than 25 individuals to ensure social distancing is being observed for our limited participants. No walk up registration will be allowed on race day in an effort to minimize crowds forming.

We want to do everything possible to ensure that the race will be a great experience and continue to make a charitable impact in our community. Registration includes chipped bib, race shirt, and post-race bag. Pricing for adult registration will go up Sunday, March 21 so click here to learn more and register today!



Volunteers: We Need You
We are looking for volunteering enthusiasts with a passion to help and together create a fantastic Valero Texas Open experience for PGA TOUR players, corporate sponsors and spectators alike. You have the ability through your actions to help us create something special.

The success of the Valero Texas Open is due in large part to the volunteers who give generously of their time, talent and energy through our dynamic committees. You'll also play an important role in the tournament's charitable mission to raise funds and awareness for hundreds of worthy causes throughout San Antonio and the South Texas region.

[These three wonderful committees can really use your help:]

The Gallery Control committee are the marshals and extension of security guards for all of the PGA TOUR Players and Caddies at the Valero Texas Open. You’ll ensure fair play throughout the tournament and help manage crowd control inside and outside the ropes. Golf knowledge is helpful for this up-close view to all players and caddies. Gallery Control volunteers are required to sign up for shifts Wednesday through Sunday of tournament week. It could be hectic with large crowds, but you’ll be receiving a great experience inside the ropes at a PGA TOUR tournament.

Have a knack for being laser-focused and appreciate attention to detail? Join the ShotLink® committee and assist the PGA TOUR’s ShotLink® operations team while using the latest in technology from fairway lasers to tablet computers. Your services will provide real-time data and scoring of every shot made by the pros which will be prominently featured on, the PGA TOUR App and on the national and international television broadcasts.

Help us share some good ‘ol Texas hospitality with our sponsors, VIPs and spectators in some of the premier viewing areas around TPC San Antonio. The Hospitality committee provides a friendly, welcoming experience for guests as they arrive to the tournament – greeting guests, checking for proper credentials, scanning tickets and wristbanding them. As the saying goes, you’ll be the hostess with the mostess.



Our Community of Champions
Due to the generosity of the community, Champions fore Charity has raised just over $6.9M to date and has a lofty goal to raise $8M overall. Charities are continuously striving to seek new donations before the 2021 fundraising campaign concludes on April 9. If you haven’t already supported a participating charity, please become a champion to a charity close to your heart - there is still time to contribute and support these 220+ charities and school programs.

Through the collective efforts and contributions, we are impacting lives. Each recipient has a name, a voice, a story. We invite you to enjoy a new video showcasing Morgan’s Wonderland, which is the world’s first theme park designed with special-needs individuals in mind and built for everyone’s enjoyment. The completely wheelchair-accessible park features more than 25 elements, including rides, playgrounds, and other colorful attractions.

Morgan’s Wonderland, providing a safe, clean and beautiful environment free of physical and economic barriers that everyone regardless of age, special need or disability can come to and enjoy.]

You can make an impact today. To learn more and donate to your favorite cause, visit

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