Valero Texas Open
World No. 12 Tommy Fleetwood and Luke Donald
Added to Valero Texas Open Field
Seven Members of 2023 European Ryder Cup Team Now in the Field

SAN ANTONIO, TX — Tournament officials announced today that England’s Luke Donald and Tommy Fleetwood along with Scotland’s Robert MacIntyre will be in the field for the 102nd anniversary of the Valero Texas Open.

San Antonio’s historical PGA TOUR event returns this spring to TPC San Antonio’s The Oaks course for the 14th consecutive year, April 1-7, a week preceding the Masters Tournament.

Donald, who captained the victorious 2023 European Ryder Cup team, joins six of his Team Europe players when the PGA TOUR comes to San Antonio. This will be the five-time PGA TOUR winner’s tenth start at the Valero Texas Open. Last year, he was T46.

Along with Fleetwood, who will be making his first start here, and MacIntyre, who was T35 in 2022, tournament officials had earlier announced Ludvig Åberg (Sweden), Matt Fitzpatrick (England), Nicolai Højgaard (Denmark), and Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland) as players intending to compete this year.

With the addition of Fleetwood, there are now seven of the top 15 in the world committed—No. 2 Rory McIlroy, No. 8 Max Homa, No. 9 Fitzpatrick, No. 10 Brian Harman, No. 11 Åberg, No. 12 Fleetwood, and No. 14 Collin Morikawa.

Corey Conners, a two-time winner of the Valero Texas Open, is set to defend his title against what is becoming one of the strongest fields in recent tournament history.

PGA TOUR players have until Friday, March 29 at 4:00 p.m. Central Time to commit and can withdraw at any time.


Additional News and Notes:

StarTickets On Sale Now: Tickets to the Valero Texas Open are currently on sale via Ticketmaster and As is customary, all net proceeds from the event will go to support hundreds of charity organizations throughout South Texas and well beyond.
StarNight to Honor Our Heroes presented by Boeing: This year the event will feature two-time major champion John Daly and Combat Wounded Veteran Major Ed Pulido, U.S. Army (Ret.). The pair have joined forces to make a major impact on the world of philanthropy for America’s children, first responders and our nation’s Veterans. The Valero Texas Open’s long-standing tradition of celebrating “Military City, USA” continues this year as active military, wounded warriors and corporate supporters gather Friday night of tournament week on April 5 for this annual military appreciation banquet.
StarChampions fore Charity: Champions fore Charity is a fundraising program that provides participating charities and schools the opportunity to generate contributions through the Valero Texas Open. The Champions fore Charity program distributed over $14.88M to charities, a part of the record-breaking $23 million raised by the tournament in 2023, bringing the grand total to $232 million in charitable giving from Valero Texas Open tournament proceeds.

The 2024 fundraising campaign is presently underway and will conclude April 15. Over 190 participating charities and school programs have already raised over $11.2 million to date. At the conclusion of the fundraiser, the charities will also receive several financial incentives including a 7% matching gift provided by the Valero Texas Open. To learn more and donate to your favorite charity and/or school visit,
StarVolunteer Opportunities: Opportunities are still available for individuals looking to support our charitable mission or interested in a behind-the-scenes look at conducting a PGA TOUR tournament. The Valero Texas Open utilizes approximately 2,100 volunteers across twenty-six committees to assist in staging and managing the tournament. Nearly 800 Valero employees are part of this volunteer effort.
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