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The Valero Texas Open is one of the oldest continually running events on the PGA Tour and holds a special place in the hearts of golf fans. The Valero tournament has been played in San Antonio from its inception. The Valero Texas Open is played each year at the AT&T Oaks Course at TPC San Antonio, which is ranked consistently among the top golf courses in the U.S.

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Valero Texas Open schedule 2020

Valero Texas Open has 5 events on the 2020 schedule, with tickets available for all events. The last event on the schedule is 4/5/20 at TPC San Antonio in San Antonio.

Valero Texas Open's next event

The next Valero Texas Open event is 4/1/20 at TPC San Antonio, San Antonio at 12:00 PM local time. There are 30 tickets available for this event.

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