From March 30 – April 2, Ryan Gerard will hit the course at TPC San Antonio (Oaks) in San Antonio, Texas to play in the 2023 Valero Texas Open.
Gerard has played in five events in the past 12 months. His best finish was fourth, his average finish was 29th, and he had the top round of the day zero times.
Keep reading for all the information you need to know about Gerard 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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Ryan Gerard Stats and Recent Trends
Gerard has finished in the top five once over his last five appearances.
He’s made the cut in three of his last five tournaments.
Over his last five tournaments, Gerard has finished within five shots of the leader once. He’s carded a score that’s better than average twice.
He has finished with an average score of -4 those three times he’s made the cut.
Ryan Gerard at the 2023 Valero Texas Open
Courses on the PGA Tour have played at an average length of 7,294 yards over the past year. This tournament will take place on a par 72 that clocks in at 7,438 yards, 144 yards longer than average.
Players have carded 69.75 strokes per round and an average score of -5 over the last year on Tour. Events hosted on this course have a higher scoring average of -2.
Courses Gerard has played over the past year have measured an average of 7,371 yards, 67 yards shorter than the 7,438-yard TPC San Antonio (Oaks) for this week’s event.
Over the past year, the events he’s played have a scoring average of -2 among finishers, which is the same as the average at this course.
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