Wesley McClain, Ted Purdy, Joshua Brack and Zach Cabra all earned spots in the 2017 Valero Texas Open through the Monday qualifier.
McClain was the medalist in the Monday 18-hole event at The Club at Comanche Trace in Kerrville, Texas, shooting 9-under 63 to earn his second consecutive Monday qualifying spot of the season. The University of Houston product shot 63 three weeks ago to get a spot in the Shell Houston Open, finishing 80th after getting MDF'd in a 54-hole cut. He played on PGA Tour Latinoamerica in 2016, posting two top-10s in 11 starts.
Ted Purdy shot 64 to finish runner-up, earning a third PGA Tour star this season -- one through the Monday qualifier for the Safeway Open and another in the Sanderson Farms Championship. The 43-year-old won the 2005 Byron Nelson Championship.
Joshua Brock finished alone in third with a 65. The 28-year-old missed the cut in the the 2009 U.S. Open, qualifying as an amateur. He's made four career Web.com Tour starts and is yet to make a cut.
Zach Cabra and Lance Lopez tied with 67, forcing a two-for-one playoff in the four-spot. The 24-year-old snagged the spot, with the Sam Houston State product beating the former University of Texas player.