Baddeley has finished in the Top 20 in all of his five of his seven trips to TPC San Antonio , including a fifth-place finish in 2017. He finished 16th last year.
He was one and done at the Dell Match Play but, placed third in his last trip to TPC San Antonio in 2017. He has placed in the top 25 in all three of his last stroke-play starts.
Fowler has been off since The Players Championship and making his tournament debut, Fowler is ranked eighth in the world right now. He is also seventh on PGA Tour in strokes gained: putting and eighth in adjusted scoring.
Furyk went 2-1-0 in a bonus start at Match Play. He finished tied for 17th at the event and it was his sixth top 20 of 2018-19. He is also leading the Tour in fairways hit and second in adjusted scoring.
The 33-year-old South African did well at the Dell Match Play (2-1-0), and he’s poised for another two weeks in the U.S. He is ranked 48th in the world right now and won at Qatar and finished second in Kenya in March.
His affinity for a challenge has not gone unrequited at TPC San Antonio. Since debuting in 2011, he’s 6-for-8 with two thirds, a fourth and an eleventh-place finish last year. He also hasn’t missed a cut in eight months and is ranked 41st in the world.
Currently ranked No. 16 in the world — No. 1 in the FedEx Cup standings — is one of the best players on the tour right now. He’s seven-for-seven with three top 15s at TPC San Antonio since 2012. The 40-year-ole has nine PGA victories, including two wins this season. he won the Sony Open in Hawaii and the Mayakoba Golf Classic on November.
Landry, a native of Port Neches, birdied his first three holes on the AT&T Oaks Course during the final round last year and then parred his last seven to win the tournament by two strokes.
Mullinax fired a course record 62 during the third round at the Valero Texas Open last year, to position himself one shot back going into the final round. He finished as joint runner-up, after a final round 69, to record his best PGA Tour finish to date.
The three-time major winner and the 2015 FedEx Cup champion has not finished over 24th, this year. The world’s former No. 1 player is now only ranked 32nd, but he is as dangerous as ever.