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Valero Texas Open leaderboard: Live scores, results from Round 4 play


first_imgIn his last outing, Fowler finished in a tie for 47th at The Players Championship, so he’s among those most in need of a warmup. Tony Finau (16-1), Matt Kuchar (16-1) and Texas native Jordan Spieth (20-1) also make up the top end of the thin 144-player field in San Antonio.Follow scores from the 2019 Valero Texas Open below with our live leaderboard.Valero Texas Open leaderboard, live scoresLeaderboardValero Texas Open3 – 6 April 2019Pos.Player NameNationalityScoreRound 1Round 2Round 3Round 4Total1Corey ConnersCanada-20696766662682Charley HoffmanUSA-18716864672703Ryan MooreUSA-17687069642714Si Woo KimSouth Korea-15666669722734Brian StuardUSA-15677070662736Kevin StreelmanUSA-14726969642747Scott BrownUSA-12716767712767Jason KokrakUSA-12707365682767Graeme McDowellNorthern Ireland-12696972662767Matt KucharUSA-12697167692767Adam SchenkUSA-12706670702767Byeong Hun AnSouth Korea-12696873662767Danny LeeNew Zealand-126872667027614Lucas GloverUSA-117270666927714Zack FischerUSA-117169716627714Kyoung-Hoon LeeSouth Korea-116967697227717Cameron TringaleUSA-106974686727817Hank LebiodaUSA-106870707027817Rickie FowlerUSA-106868736927820Sungjae ImSouth Korea-97369686927920Scottie SchefflerUSA-97168707027920Wyndham ClarkUSA-96973706727923Harold Varner IIIUSA-87066737128023Jim FurykUSA-87072687028023Scott StallingsUSA-86869737028023Fabian GomezArgentina-87367707028023José de Jesús RodríguezMexico-87170687128023Sam BurnsUSA-87269736628023Peter MalnatiUSA-87168707128030Jordan SpiethUSA-76868737228130Aaron BaddeleyAustralia-77170697128130Jimmy WalkerUSA-77069697328130Matt JonesAustralia-76968747028130Jonas BlixtSweden-77270697028130Jhonattan VegasVenezuela-76771677628136Martin LairdScotland-67468687228236Rory SabbatiniSouth Africa-66968727328236Andrew PutnamUSA-67270687228236Ollie SchniederjansUSA-67071697228236Beau HosslerUSA-66970717228236Kristoffer VenturaNorway-67172706928242Abraham AncerMexico-56772717328342Sam SaundersUSA-57271716928342Martin KaymerGermany-57271707028342Sam RyderUSA-57366737128342Dylan FrittelliSouth Africa-57172697128342Mackenzie HughesCanada-57071697328342Sung-hoon KangSouth Korea-57073716928342Brendan SteeleUSA-57072677428342Adam SvenssonCanada-57369717028342Max HomaUSA-56874687328352Nick TaylorCanada-46972717228452Kyle JonesUSA-47667717028452Kyle StanleyUSA-47070747028452Russell HenleyUSA-47172707128452HaoTong LiChina-47070737128457Roberto DiazMexico-36871757128557Ernie ElsSouth Africa-37169747128557Josh TeaterUSA-36968757328557Ryan ArmourUSA-36971757028561Tony FinauUSA-27271707328661Richy WerenskiUSA-27271697428663Jim KnousUSA-17067747628763Robert StrebUSA-17270737228763Joost LuitenNetherlands-17269707628766Martin TrainerUSAPar7370727328867Morgan HoffmannUSA+16875727428967J.T. PostonUSA+16774747428969K.J. ChoiSouth Korea+27369727629069Joel DahmenUSA+27073678029071Vaughn TaylorUSAPar707373-21671Hunter MahanUSAPar707175-21671J.B. HolmesUSAPar697374-21671Padraig HarringtonRepublic of IrelandPar727173-21671Chip McDanielUSAPar746973-21676Trey MullinaxUSA+1717274-21777Anders AlbertsonUSA+3737076-21977Brian GayUSA+3717276-21977Ted Potter JrUSA+3687378-21980Curtis LuckAustralia+6736881-222Click here or refresh if you don’t see scores and results above. MORE: Watch the Valero Texas Open live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)That said, this weekend’s tournament can be a useful Masters tune-up for those who need it, with an automatic bid to Augusta awarded to its champion. Fowler, ranked No. 8 in the world, is the highest-ranked entry at the Texas Open but has struggled in back-to-back starts and skipped last week’s WGC-Dell Match Play. Tiger Woods and a majority of the PGA Tour’s biggest stars are taking a week off from their 2019 tournament schedules, opting to skip the Valero Texas Open to prepare for next week’s Masters, the first major of the golf season.The field at TPC San Antonio includes only 17 golfers who have qualified to play at Augusta, headlined by odds-on favorite Rickie Fowler (10-1). last_img read more