Death, taxes and Charley Hoffman in the lead at the Valero Texas Open.
After a three-hour weather delay in San Antonio, Hoffman set the pace with a 6-under par 66 to hold the clubhouse lead overnight. However, due to the storm rolling through, only about half of the field was able to complete their first round.
Brendan Steele is 8-under through 13 holes and in first place. Brandt Snedeker and Patrick Reed both finished their Thursdays at 4-under par with holes left to play. Further down the leaderboard, Phil Mickelson is 1-over par through 14 holes and tied for 81st. Bryson DeChambeau shot 2-over par 74 and is in a tie for 110th place.
Play restarted on Friday morning at 8 a.m. Central Time, with the second round tee times scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. With good weather predicted, Friday at the Valero is set up to be a grind to make the weekend.