Texas Open: Power Rankings for TPC San Antonio

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Ryan Moore — 34th

Moore will enter this week on a run of five consecutive top 35 finishes, and going up against a weak field in San Antonio, his floor is high. What’s more, he notched a tie for ninth in his most recent start at the Masters, where he shot a pair of 69s in the middle of the week to hold his own against the best of the best. That performance should give him the confidence he needs as he prepares to make his return to the Oaks Course after a five-year hiatus. In his last start at TPC San Antonio — the only one of his career — Moore notched a tie for eighth, so we know he has what it takes to tame the course.

Moore’s profile has been on the rise since he made the winning putt at last year’s Ryder Cup, but with just one podium finish in the new year, he’d love contend for more trophies. The Valero Texas Open should give him a good opportunity to do just that.