2022 Valero Texas Open: How to watch, live stream, odds, tee times & prize purse

This is everything you need to know about the 2022 Valero Texas Open; including viewer's guide, live stream, odds, betting odds and the prize purse. 

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Tue, 29 Mar 2022
2022 Valero Texas Open: How to watch, live stream, odds, tee times & prize purse

Jordan Spieth returns to defend the Valero Texas Open on the PGA Tour in remarkably similar circumstances: his game has gone the wrong way again.

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TPC San Antonio, at the Oaks Course, was the scene of his first win in 1,351 days. At the time, that last win was at the 2017 Open Championship. 

Spieth combined for rounds of 67, 70, 67 and 66 to win by two shots over Charley Hoffman to claim his 12th PGA Tour victory. 

The following week he finished in a tie for third at The Masters to prove that win was also no fluke. He was truly back in the big time where he belonged.

His swing has undergone some dramatic changes since then, too. Fans picked up on the change in his tempo last week at the WGC Match Play. 

Earlier in the season Spieth finished runner-up at Pebble Beach - the scene of his remarkable cliff shot - but since then it has been more frustration for him. 

In his four starts since, he hasn't finished inside the top 25 once. Old faithful, his putter, has also been failing him. 

At the 2022 Valero Texas Open, Rory McIlroy is the highest-ranked player in the field. Hideki Matsuyama returns following injury. 

There are some other interesting story lines. England's Richard Bland is still chasing his Masters dream and needs a win. 

Oh, and Bryson DeChambeau is also back playing his first stroke play event following his injury. DeChambeau, 28, played last week at the WGC Match Play. 

The total prize purse is $8.6million. The winner will receive $1,548,000

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How to watch the 2022 Valero Texas Open

In the United States:

TV schedule (all times ET): 

Thursday: Golf Channel 4-7pm

Friday: Golf Channel 4-7pm

Saturday: Golf Channel 1-3:30pm & 3:30-6pm

Sunday: Golf Channel 1-2pm & 2-6pm on NBC 

In the United Kingdom:

All the action is on Sky Sports.

Thursday, Red Button from 1.30pm, Main Event from 22.15pm

Friday, Red Button from 1.30pm, Main Event from 22.30pm

Saturday, Red Button from 17:00pm, Sky Sports Golf from 20:00pm

Sunday, Sky Sports from from 18:00pm, Main Event from 19.30pm

How to watch the PGA Tour on ESPN+

You can watch all the action unfold online from any country by using VPNs, which prevent geo-blocking. 

ExpressVPN is the preferred choice by many users as it is compatible with Xbox, Playstation, Amazon Fire TV Stick and Apple TV.

It also comes with a 30 day money back guarantee. 

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Selected odds

Rory McIlroy 8/1

Jordan Spieth 14/1

Corey Conners 18/1

Hideki Matsuyama 20/1

Abraham Ancer 20/1

Bryson DeChambeau 28/1

Gary Woodland 30/1

Si Woo Kim 35/1

Chris Kirk 33/1

Maverick McNealy 35/1

Tony Finau 35/1

Adam Hadwin 40/1

Keegan Bradley 40/1

Jason Day 45/1

Jhonattan Vegas 50/1

Luke list 55/1

Mito Pereira 60/1

Patton Kizzire 60/1

Davis Riley 60/1

Rickie Fowler 60/1

Sahith Theegala 66/1

Charley Hoffman 70/1

Robert MacIntyre 80/1

Ian Poulter 90/1

Lee Westwood 125/1

Tee times

To be confirmed. 

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