Strong Week

Colorado native Wyndham Clark breaks through for top 10 in Zurich Classic PGA Tour team event

By Gary Baines – 4/24/2022

Colorado native Wyndham Clark scored his first top-10 finish on the PGA Tour in 14 months by teaming with Cameron Tringale to tie for 10th on Sunday in the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.

Clark and Tringale shot an even-par 72 on Sunday in alternate shot to end up at 22 under par for four days in the event, which featured two days of two-man best ball and two of alternate shot. They finished seven strokes behind champions Xander Schauffele and Patrick Cantlay.

Clark and Tringale earned $98,286 each for their performance this week. The last top 10 for Clark on the PGA Tour had been an eighth place in February 2021 at the Genesis Invitational.

Wyndham Clark earned more than $98,000 at the Zurich Classic.

Meanwhile, Colorado native Mark Hubbard and Ryan Brehm tied for 14th place on Sunday at 20 under par.

For all the scores from the Zurich Classic, CLICK HERE.

Meanwhile, former University of Colorado golfer Jenny Coleman recorded her best LPGA finish since June as she tied for 14th on Sunday in the DIO Implant L.A. Open. Coleman went 73-67-71-69 for a 4-under-par total, ending up 11 strokes behind winner Nasa Hataoka. For all the scores, CLICK HERE.

And another former Buff, Yannik Paul, tied for 10th on Sunday at the DP World Tour’s ISPS Handa Championship in Spain. Paul carded scores of 67-71-65-70 and finished eight shots behind champion Pablo Larrazabal. It was the second top-10 of the season for Paul on the former European Tour. For all the results, CLICK HERE.

Also, Coloradan Becca Huffer tied for seventh on Saturday at the Epson Tour’s Copper Rock Championship in Hurricane, Utah. The two-time Colorado Women’s Open champion posted scores of 75-73-68 and finished five behind winner Dottie Ardina. SCORES.

About the Writer: Gary Baines has covered golf in Colorado continuously since 1983. He was a sports writer at the Daily Camera newspaper in Boulder, then the sports editor there, and has written regularly for since 2009. He was voted into the Colorado Golf Hall of Fame in 2021. Email: