The Valero Texas Open is a professional golf tournament on the PGA Tour. Officially ranking as the sixth-oldest professional golf event in the world, the Texas Open was first played in 1922. Since it has always been held in the San Antonio region, it also holds the record for the longest duration of any golf tournament conducted in the same city.
The Valero Texas Open will celebrate its 100th anniversary this spring, and event organizers today revealed some former champion commitments for the 144-player field that will compete in the historic PGA TOUR stop on TPC San Antonio’s The Oaks course March 27–April 2, a week before The Masters tournament.
Reigning champion J.J. Spaun will defend his title. He is currently ranked 25th in the FedExCup standings after two top-12 starts in recent weeks. After this year’s U.S. Open, the San Diego State alumnus and current World No. 61, Zach Johnson will try to win the Valero Texas Open twice in a row.
Day Specific tickets are available for purchase online through Ticketmaster. All tickets are digital, there are no physical tickets available.
General admission tickets provides access to the tournament grounds (golf course) Thursday, March 30 – Sunday, April 2. You can follow your favorite players and enjoy food at concession stands.
All tickets for Thursday grant access to the 19th Hole Fiesta concert and firework display.
General Admission Tickets – $50*
*Tickets will increase by $15 starting March 20
For more details about the event, please visit www.valerotexasopen.com