Valero Texas Open R3

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April 3, 2022
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Valero Texas 2022 R3

Mar 31 - April 03
TPC San Antonio (Oaks Course), San Antonio, Texas
Round 1, Round 2, Round 4

Estimated reading time: 8 minutes

Americans Brandt Snedeker, Beau Hosller and J.j. Spaun alongside the only non-American in the top-6, Dylan Frittelli, all reached 10-under on Saturday for a share of the lead in the Valero Texas Open.

Valero Texas 2022 R3

"It was solid," said Frittelli. "It wasn't my best, but 2 under on this course in tricky conditions and also windy, hot and on the weekend in a PGA TOUR event, not too bad in my books.

"I've not been in contention recently, so I may have a few random thoughts, a few little mental things pop up, so I'm going to anticipate those things and try and work on my mental game tonight.

"But I'm looking forward to getting out there tomorrow. Hopefully the wind blows and it's tough and it's not too easy for the early runners to shoot a nice low score and comes down to the last four, five holes. I feel like I'm playing well enough to win this tournament."

Valero Texas 2022 R3

Hossler and Snedeker both shot 5-under 67s but Snedeker stayed bogey-free whole Spaun shot 69 and Frittelli 70.

"It was pretty simple out there for me today," said Snedeker. "I hit it pretty good, drove the ball fantastic and hit a bunch of good iron shots. I'm going to go work on my putting here a little bit, make sure it's ready to go. Missed a few short ones that I don't want to do tomorrow, but all in all I feel really good about where my game is and excited about the challenge tomorrow's going to create.

"It's a golf course I really like, I don't know why. I've played good here several different times it seems like and I love the challenge it creates. I love the fact it's going to be a tough day no matter how good you're playing. Going to miss some greens out there because the greens are small. Even though they're big greens, they play really small. I've always played really well in the wind it seems like, so it would be really nice to kind of go out there and put a good round together."

Valero Texas 2022 R3

Scott Stallings looked set to join them at the top but bogeyed the final hole for a 67 and lies one shot back in fifth place.

One shot further back, Matt Kuchar shot a 72 featuring a double bogey at the par-4 9th and two bogeys.

Overnight leader Ryan Palmer failed to card any birdies to offset his five bogeys and signed for a 77 moving down into a share of 21st at 5-under.

First-round leader Russell Knox of Scotland improved on his second-round 76 with a 71 and is T30 at 4-under.

Valero Texas 2022 R3

Pos.PlayerTo ParR1R2R3Total
T1Brandt Snedeker-10736667206
T1Beau Hossler-10736667206
T1Dylan Frittelli-10706670206
T1J.J. Spaun-10677069206
5Scott Stallings-9687267207
6Matt Kuchar-8676972208
T7Maverick McNealy-7707267209
T7Si Woo Kim-7697268209
T7Aaron Rai-7677468209
T7Denny McCarthy-7677468209
T7Troy Merritt-7697169209
T7Charles Howell III-7706772209
T7Gary Woodland-7706772209
T7Brendon Todd-7686972209
T7Kevin Chappell-7716573209
T16Richard Bland-6707169210
T16Anirban Lahiri-6687369210
T16Kevin Streelman-6707169210
T16Mito Pereira-6717069210
T16Lucas Glover-6716673210
T21Matt Jones-5687568211
T21Aaron Baddeley-5697468211
T21Chris Kirk-5707269211
T21Matthias Schwab-5697270211
T21Hudson Swafford-5717070211
T21Adam Hadwin-5707071211
T21Jhonattan Vegas-5716872211
T21Scott Gutschewski-5706873211
T21Ryan Palmer-5686677211
T30Martin Laird-4707369212
T30Adam Long-4727070212
T30Chad Ramey-4746870212
T30Peter Malnati-4717170212
T30Russell Knox-4657671212
T30Patrick Rodgers-4707171212
T30Nate Lashley-4717071212
T30Luke Donald-4717071212
T30Doc Redman-4697073212
T30Henrik Stenson-4706973212
T40Zach Johnson-3727170213
T40Brendan Steele-3687471213
T40Luke List-3687471213
T40Keegan Bradley-3717171213
T40Vince Whaley-3707271213
T40Tony Finau-3707172213
T40Rasmus Hojgaard-3667374213
T40J.T. Poston-3706974213
T48Sahith Theegala-2776671214
T48Greyson Sigg-2737071214
T48Roger Sloan-2746971214
T48John Huh-2697372214
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T48Lanto Griffin-2756673214
T48Jared Wolfe-2726874214
T48Robert MacIntyre-2696976214
T56James Hahn-1697472215
T56C.T. Pan-1697472215
T56Seung-Yul Noh-1707273215
T56Andrew Putnam-1717173215
T56Peter Uihlein-1687176215
T56Henrik Norlander-1687176215
T56David Skinns-1687077215
T63Richy WerenskiPar707274216
T63Jordan SpiethPar727074216
T63Corey ConnersPar707175216
T63Ben MartinPar697275216
T63Davis RileyPar707076216
T68Austin Smotherman+1687574217
T68Wyndham Clark+1737074217
T68Chesson Hadley+1717076217
71Bill Haas+2707177218
72Jim Herman+3697377219
CUTTrey MullinaxPar7272144
CUTAdam SchenkPar7074144
CUTBrice GarnettPar7173144
CUTCamilo VillegasPar7272144
CUTAustin CookPar7173144
CUTPat PerezPar7272144
CUTDawie van der WaltPar7371144
CUTDylan WuPar7173144
CUTLogan McAllister (a)Par7371144
CUTJason DayPar7470144
CUTAdam SvenssonPar7272144
CUTIan Poulter+17174145
CUTCameron Champ+17273145
CUTMichael Gligic+16976145
CUTStephan Jaeger+17174145
CUTKramer Hickok+17075145
CUTRory McIlroy+17273145
CUTRyan Brehm+17570145
CUTMartin Trainer+17471145
CUTShawn Stefani+17471145
CUTSeth Reeves+17372145
CUTMax McGreevy+17372145
CUTCharley Hoffman+27274146
CUTBranden Grace+27472146
CUTJonas Blixt+27472146
CUTAndrew Novak+27670146
CUTKyle Stanley+27373146
CUTRobert Streb+27175146
CUTRickie Fowler+27274146
CUTNick Taylor+27274146
CUTDoug Ghim+27373146
CUTMin Woo Lee+27472146
CUTNick Hardy+27670146
CUTBrian Stuard+37374147
CUTMatthew NeSmith+37473147
CUTPatton Kizzire+37176147
CUTPaul Barjon+37473147
CUTJimmy Walker+47870148
CUTSam Ryder+47771148
CUTCurtis Thompson+47573148
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CUTHank Lebioda+77873151
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CUTTyler Duncan+87082152
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WDHideki Matsuyama7435109
WDKevin Tway7676
WDChez Reavie7777
WDBen Kern771895
WDDanny Lee3030
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