The Genesis Invitational R4

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Joaquin Niemann wins second title
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February 21, 2022
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Genesis Invitational 2022 R4
February 17-20
The Riviera Country Club, Pacific Palisades, CA
$12,000,000
Round 1, Round 2, Round 3

Estimated reading time: 7 minutes


Joaquinn Niemann started the final day of the Genesis Invitational with a three-shot lead and a chance to break the tournament record of 20-under set by Lenny Wadkins in 1985.


Genesis Invitational 2022 R4

"The first two days I think it was a different tournament for me. Obviously I played my best golf on Thursday and Friday. Obviously I knew that the weekend was going to be hard, it was going to be a battle. I knew I had to be fighting myself a lot during those two days."

The Chilean produced an eagle at the 11th, a birdie and three bogeys for a 71 to close with a 19-under, 265 total and win his second PGA Tour title. He is the tournament's first wire-to-wire winner since Charlie Sifford in 1969.


Genesis Invitational 2022 R4

"It's the toughest tournament I think during the year. It's got the best field, the best players are here and that proves myself that I can be competing with the top guys, I can be up there in the world ranking.

"I think it's going to give me a lot of confidence for what is coming next. I think at the beginning of the year, just started playing great golf at Torrey. Coming this week I was feeling really confident about my game and I was able to handle it during the week."


Genesis Invitational 2022 R4

American Collin Morikawa signed for a 65 to finish in a tie for second place at 17-under alongside compatriot Cameron Young, in his twelfth start on Tour, who carded a 70.

"Game felt really good coming into the week especially after the couple of not changes but fixes and back to normal, and putting obviously was great," said Morikawa. "You know, I just had to put together a few better rounds and make a few less mistakes, but overall I'm happy with the way things kind of played out."

Australian Adam Scott closed with a 66 for a share of fourth place at 14-under alongside Norwegian Viktor Hovland who carded a 70.


Genesis Invitational 2022 R4

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T4Viktor Hovland-1471646570270
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9C.T. Pan-1167706967273
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T10Max Homa-1066706771274
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T13Xander Schauffele-969706670275
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T15Matt Jones-870677168276
T15Mito Pereira-870686870276
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T15Marc Leishman-870666773276
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T26Will Zalatoris-669706871278
T26Jordan Spieth-666677372278
T26Peter Malnati-669686972278
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T33Sungjae Im-571667567279
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T61Scott Piercy-170677274283
T61James Hahn-172696973283
T61Aaron Rai-172706873283
T61Brian Stuard-173687171283
T67Aaron WisePar70707173284
T67Hank LebiodaPar69737072284
T67Cameron ChampPar72707072284
T67Matt KucharPar69737171284
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72Alex Smalley+269727273286
73Si Woo Kim+369697475287
74Joel Dahmen+470727373288
75Adam Long+668737475290
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CUTVince Whaley+17568143
CUTJ.T. Poston+17073143
CUTLuke List+17271143
CUTKramer Hickok+27371144
CUTAnirban Lahiri+27569144
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CUTThomas Pieters+27371144
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