Valero Texas Open 2011: Brendan Steele Wins With 8-Under Score

The Valero Texas Open at TPC San Antonio concluded on Sunday with Brendan Steele winning his first PGA Tour event.

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Valero Texas Open Leaderboard Update: Brendan Steele Rallies To Take Tournament Lead In Round 3

On Saturday, Brendan Steele managed to piece together a terrific back nine at TPC San Antonio. As a result, after three rounds, he stands atop the Valero Texas Open leaderboard.

Steele had slipped a bit on Friday, suffering a double bogey that dropped him a few spots on the leaderboard. He didn't fare much better in the front nine on Saturday, going 1-over. But on the final nine holes, Steele shot 5-under without recording a single bogey, and he now stands 7-under for the tournament. Steele, age 28, is on the hunt for the first PGA Tour win of his career.

Elsewhere on the leaderboard, Pat Perez shot 5-under on the day and jumped into the top five, thanks in part to a eagle on the fifth hole. Cameron Tringale, who shot 4-under on the day, stands one stroke behind Steele.

Here is how the top of the leaderboard looks entering the final round of the tournament.

1. Brendan Steele (-7)
2. Cameron Tringale (-6)
T3. Kevin Chappell (-5)
T3. Brandt Snedeker
T5. Pat Perez (-4)
T5. Charles Howell III
T5. Adam Scott
T8. Charley Hoffman (-3)
T8. Rich Beem
10. Six tied (-2)

Check back with this StoryStream for tee times and leaderboard results for Round 4. You can view the full leaderboard here. And for more on the PGA Tour, check out SB Nation's golf blog, Waggle Room.

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