Mark your calendar for March 30 – April 2, when Richy Werenski and the rest of the participants hit the course at TPC San Antonio (Oaks) in San Antonio, Texas to take part in the 2023 Valero Texas Open.
Werenski has a best finish of 13th, and an average finish of 28th, in his 28 tournaments during the past year (including no top fives).
Keep reading for all the information you need to know about Werenski before he hits the course at the 2023 Valero Texas Open, including how to catch the action live on TV or via live stream.
Valero Texas Open TV Channel and Live Stream Info
Date: March 30 – April 2, 2023
Thursday Coverage: Golf Channel, Golf Channel
Friday Coverage: Golf Channel, Golf Channel
Saturday Coverage: Golf Channel, NBC, Golf Channel, NBC
Sunday Coverage: NBC, NBC, Golf Channel, Golf Channel
Location: San Antonio, Texas
Course: TPC San Antonio (Oaks)
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Valero Texas Open Coverage on fuboTV and ESPN+
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Richy Werenski Stats and Recent Trends
In his last five appearances, Werenski has an average finish of 24th.
He’s qualified for the weekend in two of his last five tournaments.
Over his last five tournaments, Werenski has carded a score that’s better than average in two of those outings.
He has an average score relative to par of -5 in his last five tournaments.
Richy Werenski at the 2023 Valero Texas Open
This tournament will take place on a par 72 that clocks in at 7,438 yards, 144 yards longer than the average 7,294 yards for Tour stops over the past year.
Golfers at TPC San Antonio (Oaks) have averaged a score of -2 per tournament, higher than the Tour-wide scoring average of -5 over the past year.
The average course Werenski has played over the last year (7,275 yards) is 163 yards shorter than the course he’ll be playing this week (7,438 yards).
The tournaments he’s played over the past year have seen an average score of -7. That’s lower than this course’s recent scoring average of -2.
In Werenski’s last four trips to this tournament, he’s finished among the top 20 once. His average finish at the event is 40th.
Werenski has made the cut three times in his last four entries to the event.
Werenski last played this event in 2022 and finished 48th.
He carded one round within five shots of the leader his last time here.
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