SAN ANTONIO — There wasn’t a ton of bona fide star energy to start with at this yr’s Valero Texas Open and a few of the massive names had been despatched packing on Friday evening.
Scottie Scheffler and Cam Champ are amongst those that simply survived and made the cut at TPC San Antonio.
Several different massive names, nonetheless, weren’t so lucky and left the Greg Norman-designed Oaks Course, together with a couple of of the largest names. Check out probably the most notable players who missed the cut this week at the Valero.
Tony Finau misses his last putt on 18 to tie Will Zalatoris throughout the second day of the WGC Dell Technologies Match Play golf event at Austin Country Club. (Photo: Erich Schlegel-USA TODAY Sports)
It wasn’t an important stretch of golf in Central Texas for Finau, who was eradicated in pool play tthe WGC Dell Technologies Match Play, then barely missed the cut in San Antonio after posting rounds of 73 and 74. Certainly not how he needed to be taking part in with the Masters coming.
Matt Kuchar and Phil Mickelson discuss on the tenth fairway throughout the second spherical of the Valero Texas Open. (Photo: Daniel Dunn-USA TODAY Sports)
Really, this was all about one gap — the 18th gap throughout Phil’s opening spherical. After knocking the ball within the water whereas going for the inexperienced on his second shot, Phil proceeded to post a double-digit score, successfully knocking him out of the weekend. He shot an in spectacular 69 on Friday, and obtained inside two pictures of the cutline.
Zach Johnson will get prepared to putt on the tenth inexperienced throughout the first spherical of the Valero Texas Open. (Photo: Daniel Dunn-USA TODAY Sports)
When he wanted a extremely strong stretch to solidify the weekend, Johnson shot a 39 on the entrance at the TPC San Antonio Oaks Course, knocking him out. Johnson posted 4 bogeys and a single birdie on the entrance, lacking the cut by a stroke.
Apr 1, 2021; San Antonio, Texas, USA; Luke Donald hits from a bunker on the sixteenth gap throughout the first spherical of the Valero Texas Open golf event. Mandatory Credit: Daniel Dunn-USA TODAY Sports
The former World No. 1 admitted by way of Instagram that he has thought about retirement, particularly in gentle of a tough season through which he is been despatched packing constantly. He struggled with a 77 on Thursday at the Valero and adopted with a 74 on Friday, lacking the cut.
Jim Furyk of the United States is projected to be out of the highest 150 within the FedEx Cup standings after his look at the Valero Texas Open. (Photo by Rey Del Rio/Getty Images)
Don’t be shocked if Furyk pops up extra constantly at PGA Tour Champions occasions as he by no means was in severe competition to make the cut at the Valero after posting a gap spherical 77.