PGA Tour: How much did each team win at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans?

Patrick Cantlay and Xander Schauffele respectively picked up their seventh and fifth wins on the PGA Tour at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.

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Mon, 25 Apr 2022
PGA Tour: How much did each team win at the Zurich Classic?

Patrick Cantlay and Xander Schauffele produced a dominant wire-to-wire victory at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, the first of its kind in tournament history.

The American duo, who have partnered up before at the Ryder Cup and the Presidents Cup, started the round with a five-shot lead and eagled the par-5 7th hole at TPC Louisiana.

They had a slight blip around the turn when they made consecutive bogeys on the 9th and 10th holes. At this point, Sam Burns and Billy Horschel made back-to-back birdies on holes 10 and 11.

Their lead was now down to one shot and Burns and Horschel had a chance. But unsurprisingly, Cantlay and Schauffele remained calm and regained a two-shot cushion with a birdie on the 11th hole.

Burns and Horschel bogeyed the 17th hole to fall three shots behind. A level-par 72 was enough for Cantlay and Schauffele to secure a two-shot win on 29-under-par.

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Here is how much each team won at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans:

Win: Patrick Cantlay/Xander Schauffele - $1,199,350

2: Sam Burns/Billy Horschel - $489,700

3: Doc Redman/Sam Ryder - $320,587.50

T-4: Davis Riley/Will Zalatoris - $191,937.50

T-4: Keegan Bradley/Brendan Steele - $191,937.50

T-4: Harold Varner III/Bubba Watson - $191,937.50

T-4: Taylor Moore/Matthew NeSmith - $191,937.50

T-4: Aaron Rai/David Lipsky - $191,937.50

T-4: Brandon Grace/Garrick Higgo - $191,937.50

T-10: Dylan Wu/Justin Lower - $98,285.83

T-10: Wyndham Clark/Cameron Tringale - $98,285.83

T-10: Jason Day/Jason Schrivner - $98,285.83

13: Shane Lowry/Ian Poulter - $69,803

T-14: Justin Rose/Henrik Stenson - $55,246.88

T-14: Adam Schenk/Tyler Duncan - $55,246.88

T-14: Sungjae Im/Ben An - $55,246.88

T-14: Mark Hubbard/Ryan Brehm - $55,246.88

T-18: Matt Wallace/Sam Horsfield - $40,047.50

T-18: Hank Lebioda/Chase Seiffert - $40,047.50

T-18: Scottie Scheffler/Ryan Palmer - $40,047.50

T-21: Brendon Todd/Chris Kirk - $24,111.50

T-21: Cameron Smith/Marc Leishman - $24,111.50

T-21: Nick Hardy/Curtis Thompson - $24,111.50

T-21: Tyrrell Hatton/Danny Willett - $24,111.50

T-21: Scott Piercy/Sean O'Hair - $24,111.50

T-21: Brandon Wu/Patrick Rodgers - $24,111.50

T-21: Talor Gooch/Max Homa - $24,111.50

T-21: Russell Knox/Brian Stuard - $24,111.50

T-29: Stephan Jaeger/Joel Dahmen - $18,343

T-29: James Hahn/Kevin Chappell - $18,343

T-29: Collin Morikawa/Viktor Hovland - $18,343

T-32: Doug Ghim/Mathtias Schwab - $17,513

T-32: Christiaan Bezuidenhout/Charl Schwartzel - $17,513

34: Callum Tarren/David Skinns - $17,015

35: Scott Brown/Kevin Kisner - $16,683

T-36: Bill Haas/Jay Haas - $16,185

T-36: Michael Gligic/Ryan Armour, -12, $16,185

T-38: Kurt Kitayama/Kiradech Aphibarnrat - $15,521

T-38: Kyle Stanley/Camilo Villegas - $15,521



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