PGA Golf: Valero Texas Open Betting Picks & Tips

The PGA world turns it’s attention to San Antonio, TX for the Valero Texas Open. At the TPC San Antonio, Charley Hoffman will look to defend his title he won in 2016. The course is located in Bexar County and is one of the newest on the tour.

The course is located in Bexar County and is one of the newest on the tour. The course has been around since 2010 and is a private resort. It sits alongside the 1,002 room JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort and Spa. Greg Norman and Pete Dye put the AT+T Canyons and AT+T Oaks Course together. Both are par 72, and both over 7,100 yards.

Let’s take a look at a few of our picks to win the Valero Texas Open:

Matt Kuchar +1800

Kuchar always has the ability to go low, and have a chance to win an event. The 38-year-old from Winter Park is coming off an 11th place finish at Harbour Town last week. He won over $114,000 with his finish. He’s also the guy known best for his hole in 1, and then the autographed ball to a youngster in the crowd at the Masters. Kuchar is the favorite in this event and has a great chance to win. He is listed at +1800.

Charley Hoffman +2000

The 40-year-old from San Diego is ranked 29th on the PGA Money List. He has won nearly $1.4M already this season on the course. His last time out, he missed the cut at the RBC Heritage. This season, his best finish was at the Masters, where he won $105,000. Of course, Hoffman loves this course, and is hungry to defend what is his. Charley Hoffman is listed at +2000 to win this event.

Brooks Koepka +2200

Koepka is 26 years old, out of Florida State University. He is ranked 31st in the world and came away from the Masters with a great weekend. He won nearly $233,000 with his 11th place finish. Koepka had his best round on Sunday, shooting a 69. Koepka is a great play each and every week, and his odds are favorable. He is listed at +2200 to win this event over the weekend.

Zach Johnson +4000

Still one of the most underrated golfers on tour. Zach Johnson is 41 years old now, which is on the later side of historical best play. He missed the cut at Augusta and has not been in the Top 50 in his last 3 events. His best finish was 12th place back in February in Scottsdale. Johnson is due, and has the ability to maneuver his way around this course. Johnson is listed at +4000 to win this event.

Jhonattan Vegas +5500

The most intriguing golfer on tour. This guy has the ability to really go low, but inconsistency has been his issue. The 32-year-old from Venezuela is 47th on the money list. Vegas missed the cut at the Masters, which was a big disappointment after finishing in the Top 15 in Houston. Look for Vegas to finish Top 10 for sure, which he has done twice this season. Winning the event would be icing on the cake, but Vegas should be able to compete.

There you have it. That’s a look at the Valero Texas Open Betting Picks and Tips. Best of luck betting on the event, and enjoy the event. Our best pick to win the Valero Texas Open is a large underdog. Jhonattan Vegas seems to be due to pick up a win, and at +5500 he is the bet we are going to make. Best of luck!