Zurich Classic of New Orleans R4

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Schauffele & Cantlay complete wire-to-wire win
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April 25, 2022
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Zurich Classic 2022 R4

April 21-24
TPC Louisiana, Avondale, Louisiana
Round 1, Round 2, Round 3

Estimated reading time: 6 minutes

Patrick Cantlay and Xander Schauffele have completed their wire-to-wire win of the Zurich Classic of New Orleans with a final round 72 in alternate-shot.

Zurich Classic 2022 R4

"It was a great week," said Cantlay. "Second time we've played this event, and we were looking forward to it since last year. We really always enjoy being with each other, both on and off the golf course, and we both played exceptional this week and had a great time doing it."

"We've had a ton of fun off the course as well as on," added Schauffele. "It's just been - I was personally and I think Pat was, as well, looking forward to coming back. We've done so many team things together that we know we're capable of doing better than last year. So pretty happy with the turnout this week."

Zurich Classic 2022 R4

Their 29-under, 259 total broke the tournament record of 27 set in 2017, when the event moved to a team format, by Kevin Kisner and Scott Brown as well as Jonas Blixt and Cameron Smith.

"We knew what we had to do," said Schauffele. "We knew that we - it was comforting knowing that we had that five-shot lead. The wind has been up all week, and it can kind of get the best of you if you try and press in certain moments. We obviously needed that lead to be comfortable coming down the stretch on that back nine, to sort of play bogey-free golf or just kind of playing for par in a sense. But no, we sort of knew - we didn't even have a conversation about it. We knew what we needed to do."

Zurich Classic 2022 R4

Sam Burns and Billy Horschel played a final round 68 and finished second at 27-under followed by Doc Redman and Sam Ryder in third at 24-under after closing with a 67.

Englishman Aaron Rai and partner David Lipsky played a 72 for a share of fourth place at 23-under alongside five other teams, among themm South Africans Garrick Higgo and Branden Grace (73).

Zurich Classic 2022 R4

Pos.PlayersTo ParR1R2R3R4Total
1Xander Schauffele
Patrick Cantlay
2Sam Burns
Billy Horschel
3Doc Redman
Sam Ryder
T4Davis Riley
Will Zalatoris
T4Keegan Bradley
Brendan Steele
T4Harold Varner III
Bubba Watson
T4Taylor Moore
Matthew NeSmith
T4Aaron Rai
David Lipsky
T4Garrick Higgo
Branden Grace
T10Dylan Wu
Justin Lower
T10Wyndham Clark
Cameron Tringale
T10Jason Scrivener
Jason Day
13Shane Lowry
Ian Poulter
T14Justin Rose
Henrik Stenson
T14Adam Schenk
Tyler Duncan
T14Sungjae Im
Byeong Hun An
T14Mark Hubbard
Ryan Brehm
T18Matt Wallace
Sam Horsfield
T18Scottie Scheffler
Ryan Palmer
T18Hank Lebioda
Chase Seiffert
T21Brendon Todd
Chris Kirk
T21Cameron Smith
Marc Leishman
T21Nick Hardy
Curtis Thompson
T21Tyrrell Hatton
Danny Willett
T21Scott Piercy
Sean O'Hair
T21Brandon Wu
Patrick Rodgers
T21Talor Gooch
Max Homa
T21Russell Knox
Brian Stuard
T29Stephan Jaeger
Joel Dahmen
T29James Hahn
Kevin Chappell
T29Collin Morikawa
Viktor Hovland
T32Doug Ghim
Matthias Schwab
T32Christiaan Bezuidenhout
Charl Schwartzel
34Callum Tarren
David Skinns
35Scott Brown
Kevin Kisner
T36Bill Haas
Jay Haas
T36Michael Gligic
Ryan Armour
T38Kurt Kitayama
Kiradech Aphibarnrat
T38Kyle Stanley
Camilo Villegas
CUTLucas Herbert
Arjun Atwal
CUTLee Hodges
Vince Whaley
CUTWesley Bryan
Trey Mullinax
CUTAustin Cook
Jason Dufner
CUTMichael Kim
Seung-Yul Noh
CUTAdam Svensson
Adam Hadwin
CUTGreyson Sigg
Sepp Straka
CUTScott Stallings
Brice Garnett
CUTJ.T. Poston
Patton Kizzire
CUTD.A. Points
Scott Gutschewski
CUTChad Ramey
Joshua Creel
CUTBen Martin
Bo Van Pelt
CUTDanny Lee
Sangmoon Bae
CUTBrandon Hagy
Cameron Percy
CUTAdam Long
Bo Hoag
CUTSeamus Power
Graeme McDowell
CUTSeth Reeves
Jared Wolfe
CUTPaul Barjon
Tom Hoge
CUTNick Watney
Charley Hoffman
CUTKeith Mitchell
Brandt Snedeker
CUTTommy Fleetwood
Sergio Garcia
CUTTommy Gainey
Robert Garrigus
CUTSahith Theegala
Beau Hossler
CUTEmiliano Grillo
Rafa Cabrera Bello
CUTAustin Smotherman
Harry Higgs
CUTChez Reavie
Lucas Glover
CUTChesson Hadley
Jonathan Byrd
CUTMaverick McNealy
Joseph Bramlett
CUTRobert MacIntyre
Martin Laird
CUTRobert Streb
Troy Merritt
CUTJohn Huh
Sung Kang
CUTKelly Kraft
Kevin Tway
CUTRichy Werenski
Peter Uihlein
CUTDenny McCarthy
Ben Kohles
CUTAndrew Novak
Max McGreevy
CUTJim Knous
Martin Trainer
CUTHayden Buckley
Alex Smalley
CUTHenrik Norlander
Alex Noren
CUTJim Herman
Vaughn Taylor
CUTBrett Drewitt
Dawie van der Walt
WDMito Pereira
Joaquin Niemann
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