$6,200,000 Valero Texas Open Leaderboard Scores
Location: San Antonio, Texas
Club: TPC San Antonio (AT&T Oaks Course) (Par 72 - 7,435 Yards)
Sunday's fourth round - (Complete)

Ben Curtis collected his fourth PGA Tour title Sunday and first since 2006...He won the 2003 British Open Championship...The PGA Tour heads to Louisiana next week for the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, where Masters champion Bubba Watson captured the title in 2011.
Player Score Money Hole
Ben Curtis -9 1,116,000 F
Matt Every -7 545,600 F
John Huh -7 545,600 F
Brian Gay -5 244,125 F
Bob Estes -5 244,125 F
Brendan Steele -5 244,125 F
Charlie Wi -5 244,125 F
Hunter Haas -4 179,800 F
Ryan Moore -4 179,800 F
Cameron Tringale -4 179,800 F
David Hearn -3 148,800 F
Kris Blanks -3 148,800 F
Kevin Streelman -2 112,840 F
Charley Hoffman -2 112,840 F
Frank Lickliter II -2 112,840 F
Seung-yul Noh -2 112,840 F
Matt Kuchar -2 112,840 F
Brian Harman -1 78,120 F
Fredrik Jacobson -1 78,120 F
Bud Cauley -1 78,120 F
Scott Piercy -1 78,120 F
Jerry Kelly -1 78,120 F
David Mathis -1 78,120 F
Chris Stroud E 51,460 F
Tim Herron E 51,460 F
Miguel Angel Carballo E 51,460 F
Nathan Green E 51,460 F
Martin Flores E 51,460 F
Bill Lunde +1 42,160 F
Blake Adams +1 42,160 F
Daniel Summerhays +1 42,160 F
Billy Hurley III +2 36,683 F
Matt Jones +2 36,683 F
Ryan Palmer +2 36,683 F
Justin Leonard +3 29,915 F
Tom Gillis +3 29,915 F
Spencer Levin +3 29,915 F
Patrick Reed +3 29,915 F
Derek Lamely +3 29,915 F
Greg Chalmers +3 29,915 F
Will MacKenzie +4 22,940 F
Jordan Spieth (a) +4 F
Skip Kendall +4 22,940 F
Russell Knox +4 22,940 F
J.J. Henry +4 22,940 F
Robert Damron +4 22,940 F
J.J. Killeen +5 18,063 F
Paul Stankowski +5 18,063 F
Kevin Kisner +5 18,063 F
Tommy Biershenk +6 15,149 F
Chad Campbell +6 15,149 F
Kyle Reifers +6 15,149 F
Garrett Willis +6 15,149 F
Scott Langley +6 15,149 F
Ricky Barnes +6 15,149 F
Billy Mayfair +7 14,074 F
Garth Mulroy +7 14,074 F
Graham DeLaet +7 14,074 F
Bobby Gates +7 14,074 F
Harrison Frazar +8 13,640 F
Marco Dawson +8 13,640 F
David Duval +8 13,640 F
Will Claxton +9 13,206 F
Cameron Beckman +9 13,206 F
Stephen Ames +9 13,206 F
Danny Lee +9 13,206 F
Harris English +10 12,710 F
Shaun Micheel +10 12,710 F
Hank Kuehne +10 12,710 F
Briny Baird +10 12,710 F
Joe Ogilvie +12 12,338 F
Patrick Sheehan +12 12,338 F
Scott Dunlap +13 12,090 F
Ted Purdy +13 12,090 F
Billy Horschel +14 11,904 F
Nick O'Hern +16 11,780 F
Rich Beem +10 11,594 F
Brendon de Jonge +10 11,594 F
Mark D. Anderson +11 11,408 F
Diego Velasquez +12 11,284 F
Zack Miller +16 11,160 F
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