Texas Open: Power Rankings for TPC San Antonio

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Brendan Steele — 10th

In addition to his victory six years ago, Steele has notched a number of other impressive finishes at TPC San Antonio, including a tie for fourth in 2012, a tie for eighth in 2015 and a tie for 13th last year. That puts him among the all-time leaders in earnings at the Texas Open, so there’s no denying his track record. Furthermore, Steele has been hitting it well for months now — he hasn’t missed a cut anywhere since last summer’s PGA Championship, and he’s found the top 30 in six of his nine starts in 2017. An impressive ball striker, he should be able to give himself plenty of opportunities this week.

Steele clearly has an affinity for the Oaks Course, so all we have to do is sit back and wait for the results to come in. History is on his side, so he should be right in the thick of it come Sunday afternoon.