Wells Fargo Championship R4

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Max Homa wins for second time
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May 9, 2022
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Wells Fargo 2022 R4

May 05-08
TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm, Potomac, Maryland
Round 1, Round 2, Round 3

Estimated reading time: 8 minutes

Max Homa closed with a 68 on Sunday to reach 8-under and wins a second Wells Fargo Championship title by two shots.

Wells Fargo 2022 R4

"It's a hard golf course. It was windy early. It calmed down a bit at the
end, or in the middle and got it back up at the end.

"I don't know, I was in Alabama last week with my coach, Mark Blackburn. We put in a lot of good work. Game's been good and we were just talking most about mental, just being confident. He said, when are you going to start to believe in yourself? I said, well, I guess maybe today. So I've just been trying to walk around and fake it a little bit. Honestly, it's funny how that fake it till you make it thing, I started to believe it and I showed up on that first tee very confident today."

Wells Fargo 2022 R4

The American's fourth PGA Tour win, the third in the past fifteen months, moves him up to sixth in the FedEx Cup Standings.

"It feels really good. Obviously seen some low spots on this tour and for the last three years now kind of finding my stride and racking up four wins is crazy. I think I was at TPC Scottsdale practicing in the back of the range a random day, Notah Begay happened to be back there so we were chatting.

"He said he was doing some Champions Tour stuff coming up and he had just mentioned that you qualified by having four wins. I was like, man, that's crazy, that feels like a lot of wins. Then I realized I was one away. So oddly, in the back of my head, I said I could really use a fourth win. It just feels good. Career's kind of settling down and I'm settling into myself as a golfer."

Wells Fargo 2022 R4

He becomes the fourth player to have multiple wins this season following his win in the Fortinet Championship in September. The others are Scottie Scheffler (4), Hideki Matsuyama (2), Sam Burns (2) and Cameron Smith (2).

England's Matt Fitzpatrick closed with a 67 for a share of second place at 6-under alongside overnight leader Keegan Bradley (72) and his fellow American Cameron Young (66).

Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy finished fifth at 4-under after a final round 68.

Wells Fargo 2022 R4

Pos.PlayerTo ParR1R2R3R4Total
1Max Homa-867667168272
T2Matt Fitzpatrick-668687167274
T2Cameron Young-668716966274
T2Keegan Bradley-670656772274
5Rory McIlroy-467736868276
T6Stephan Jaeger-367717366277
T6Lanto Griffin-370697167277
T6Anirban Lahiri-368687071277
T9Stewart Cink-266737465278
T9J.T. Poston-268697467278
T9Mackenzie Hughes-266737267278
T9Adam Schenk-269687368278
T9Brian Harman-269667370278
T9James Hahn-266687272278
T15Chez Reavie-169717267279
T15Kurt Kitayama-167677669279
T15Nick Taylor-167736970279
T15Jason Day-163677970279
T15Jhonattan Vegas-168697270279
T15C.T. Pan-168717070279
T21Sergio GarciaPar67717468280
T21Rickie FowlerPar66727468280
T21Corey ConnersPar69717070280
T21Chad RameyPar69667372280
T25Ryan Armour172677666281
T25Luke Donald171687567281
T25Austin Smotherman168717369281
T25K.H. Lee166737072281
T25Denny McCarthy165697473281
T25Matthew Wolff165737073281
T31Justin Lower268707668282
T31Matthew NeSmith267727568282
T31Turk Pettit267727172282
T31Luke List268667474282
T35Russell Knox368727271283
T35Troy Merritt371697172283
T37Tyrrell Hatton470667672284
T37Michael Gligic471697173284
T37Scott Piercy467717373284
T37Si Woo Kim467727075284
T41Dawie van der Walt569707670285
T41Russell Henley568727471285
T41Rory Sabbatini567697772285
T41Tony Finau569697473285
T41Hank Lebioda568707374285
T46Chase Seiffert667737472286
T46Dylan Frittelli671697472286
T46David Lingmerth671697274286
T49Kelly Kraft770707473287
T49Matt Kuchar767737374287
T51Peter Malnati867737771288
T51Brendan Steele868707872288
T51Joel Dahmen864757673288
T51Paul Barjon865747673288
T51Ben Martin868707674288
T56Callum Tarren965747773289
T56Abraham Ancer969687676289
T56Camilo Villegas969697576289
T59Henrik Norlander1070697576290
T59Ben Kohles1067727576290
61Martin Laird1170697676291
T62Kevin Chappell1370697975293
T62Dylan Wu1366737678293
T64Michael Thompson1571698273295
T64Taylor Moore1569717976295
CUTAustin Cook16774141
CUTAdam Long17071141
CUTWilliam McGirt16873141
CUTHarry Higgs16774141
CUTVaughn Taylor16972141
CUTPeter Uihlein16873141
CUTJim Knous16774141
CUTJonas Blixt17170141
CUTSepp Straka17071141
CUTCharl Schwartzel17071141
CUTJim Herman16774141
CUTAaron Rai16576141
CUTDanny Lee16873141
CUTMatthias Schwab27072142
CUTHayden Buckley26973142
CUTScott Gutschewski26874142
CUTCharley Hoffman27171142
CUTCam Davis26775142
CUTCameron Percy27072142
CUTBrandon Hagy26973142
CUTDoug Ghim27171142
CUTFrancesco Molinari26973142
CUTSeamus Power27072142
CUTAndrew Putnam27171142
CUTNick Watney26676142
CUTKeith Mitchell36974143
CUTMatt Wallace36776143
CUTBrandon Wu37073143
CUTRyan Blaum37271143
CUTKramer Hickok37073143
CUTMarc Leishman36875143
CUTTommy Gainey37172143
CUTJared Wolfe37271143
CUTKevin Tway47371144
CUTWesley Bryan46678144
CUTDavid Lipsky46975144
CUTZach Johnson47074144
CUTLee Hodges47569144
CUTBrett Drewitt47272144
CUTAlex Smalley57075145
CUTGary Woodland57075145
CUTJason Dufner57075145
CUTKiradech Aphibarnrat57372145
CUTDavid Skinns57075145
CUTDrew Nesbitt56877145
CUTNorman Xiong57570145
CUTWebb Simpson56976145
CUTMatt Jones57372145
CUTMark Hubbard57174145
CUTAdam Svensson56679145
CUTKevin Streelman67472146
CUTVince Whaley67274146
CUTJoshua Creel67373146
CUTJonathan Byrd67274146
CUTBrian Stuard67274146
CUTJohn Huh67175146
CUTBranden Grace67472146
CUTBrice Garnett67175146
CUTSatoshi Kodaira67373146
CUTJoseph Bramlett67076146
CUTJacob Bridgeman (a)67670146
CUTTyler Duncan77275147
CUTPatrick Reed76879147
CUTSung Kang77176147
CUTBo Hoag77275147
CUTEugenio Chacarra (a)77374147
CUTBrandon Matthews77077147
CUTLucas Glover77473147
CUTRobert Garrigus76978147
CUTNicholas Thompson77770147
CUTSeth Reeves76978147
CUTBryson Nimmer77077147
CUTGreyson Sigg77176147
CUTChesson Hadley87078148
CUTTrey Mullinax87078148
CUTBo Van Pelt87276148
CUTRoger Sloan86979148
CUTRichy Werenski86880148
CUTDoc Redman87474148
CUTAndrew Novak87177148
CUTBill Haas97376149
CUTMax McGreevy117774151
CUTJohnson Wagner117279151
CUTGregory Odom, Jr. (a)127775152
CUTMorgan Hoffmann137380153
CUTBeau Hossler147777154
CUTLarkin Gross177483157
CUTAaron Baddeley187484158
WDNate Lashley7050120
WDMartin Trainer7676
WDCurtis Thompson4545
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