Lowry looks to Augusta, Power 23rd in Louisiana, Selfridge third in Charleston
Jimmy Walker salutes the home crowd after hitting his final approach in San Antonio on Sunday

Jimmy Walker salutes the home crowd after hitting his final approach in San Antonio on Sunday

PGA Tour — Shane Lowry didn't appear to perturbed to finish 21 shots behind Jimmy Walker in the Valero Texas Open in San Antonio.

A pair of weekend 75s left the Clara man in joint 58th on 10 over par as Walker shot 70 to claim his fifth PGA Tour win — and a pair of custom made cowboy boots — by four shots from fellow Texan Jordan Spieth (also 70) on 11 under par. Scores

Lowry has a week off now to practice in Lake Nona with his coach Neil Manchip for his first appearance in the Masters at Augusta National, as he reminded his Twitter fans.

"To play this well at home in front of everybody, it's amazing," Walker said. "I don't know how else to describe it or I'd be a writer, like you guys. I don't know how to describe it. It's cool."

Like Spieth, the Texan is one of the fancied contenders for the Masters. 

 "I'm looking forward to it," Walker said. "You definitely wouldn't want to go there not playing well. I'll get a look at the course and just get ready for an amazing week."

Web.com Tour — Seamus Power picked a bad day to shoot over par, carding a one over 72 on pay day to slip 13 places to joint 23rd on eight under in the Chitimacha Louisiana Open presented by NACHER.
The West Waterford man went out in one under 35 but after recovering from a double at the 10th with birdies at the 11th and 15th, he bogeyed the last two holes.
He ended up just six shots behind winner Kelly Kraft as the former US Amateur champion shot 65 to win by one from 63 shooter DH Lee at Le Triomphe Golf and Country Club in Broussard. Scores
Power won $4,475.16 and moved up 40 places to 111th in the Web.com Tour money list.

Azalea Invitational — Chris Selfridge fired his third 67 on the trot to finish third in the prestigious Azalea Invitational in Charleston on Sunday.

The North of Ireland champion, a senior for the University of Toledo, had five birdies and just one bogey in his fourth round at the Country Club of Charleston, finishing three shots behind winner Todd White on 12 under par. 


Balbriggan's Robbie Cannon was 53rd on seven over after a final round 76.