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Official World Golf Ranking: 4
Born: Thu,Dec 9,1993 - Denver, Co.
Age: 30y 5m 11d, Nationality: US
Height: 6, Weight: 170lbs
Home: Scottsdale, Ariz.
College: Oklahoma State & Oregon
Turned Pro: 2017, Joined PGA Tour: 2019
Notes: As the story goes, Wyndham's mom brought him to a driving range when he was 3, and after he finished a bucket of balls wanted another. He doesn't remember that but does remember a bet he had with his dad at the age of six that if he made an eagle in a fun round they were playing in, Dad would buy him a PlayStation. Wyndham made a hole-in-one with a driver on a 125-yard hole, and Dad paid up. When he was 9, his family joined Cherry Hills in Denver, and that's when Wyndham real...

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Wyndham Clark

As the story goes, Wyndham's mom brought him to a driving range when he was 3, and after he finished a bucket of balls wanted another. He doesn't remember that but does remember a bet he had with his dad at the age of six that if he made an eagle in a fun round they were playing in, Dad would buy him a PlayStation. Wyndham made a hole-in-one with a driver on a 125-yard hole, and Dad paid up. When he was 9, his family joined Cherry Hills in Denver, and that's when Wyndham realized he loved golf, playing it from sunup to sundown. Clark attended Valor Christian High School in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, where he was classmates with NFL player Christian McCaffrey. In high school, he twice won the Colorado State championship and was named player of the year in 2011. He enrolled at Oklahoma State in 2012, finishing 9th at the 2012 U.S. Amateur. But on the death of his mother, Lise, in August of 2013, he became lost and almost gave up golf. He got back on track when he transferred to Oregon in 2016, winning the Pac-12 conference championship and GolfWeek Player of the Year. He graduated with a business degree in 2017 and said he turned pro while taking final exams.
2017 Notes: He played his first PGA Tour event at the Travelers and missed the cut with rounds of 78-74. He made the cut in his second start at the Quicken Loans, finishing T-51st. They played in three other events missing the cut. On the Korn Ferry Tour, he finished T-23rd at the Pinnacle Bank Championship. At the Korn Ferry Qualifying School, he finished T-23rd getting a card for 2018.
2018 Korn Ferry Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 24; Rounds Played - 72; in money - 12; top -10 Finishes - 4; Scoring Average - 70.18 (rank 49th); Season money $187,817 (rank 16th), Finals money $4,656 (rank 97th), Priority rank (35th); Best finish: 2nd at United Leasing & Finance, 3rd at Knoxville Open, T-4th at The Bahamas Great Abaco and T-5th at Lincoln Land Championship. He got his PGA Tour card for the 2018-19 season by finishing No. 16 on the Regular Season money list.
2019 Notes: Played in 27 PGA Tour events making 19 cuts with three top-ten finishes. He was 64th in the FedExCup standings. He was T-10th at the Puerto Rico Open. T-7th at the Honda Classic was in the running in the final round but shot 72 to finish four shots back of winner Keith Mitchell. T-5th at the 3M Open, he was four shots back of winner Matthew Wolff. In the FedExCup playoffs was T-18th in the Northern Trust and BMW Championship.
2020 Notes: Played in 23 PGA Tour events making ten cuts with one top-ten finish. It was 110th on the FedExCup points list. He was T-8th at the CJ Cup@Nine Bridges. He played in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-am, finishing T-18th, and in the first three rounds, an amateur in his group was Chris Harrison, who hosts the reality show "The Bachelor." Now Clark has the looks of a lot of the gentlemen that are on the show, and you never know if Clark could turn up on the show one day because, after one of the rounds over some cocktails at the Tap Room at Pebble Beach, Harrison asked Clark if he would be interested. So you never know. Clark shot a final round 66 at the Honda Classic to finish T-11th. He played in the first round of the FedExCup playoffs, finishing T-29th at the Northern Trust.
2021 Notes: Played in 27 PGA Tour events, making 15 cuts with two top-ten finishes. He was 87th in the FedExCup standings. At the Bermuda Championship finished 2nd, losing a playoff to Brian Gay, who made a birdie on his 72nd hole to get into the playoff. Was T-8th at the Genesis Invitational. In the FedExCup playoffs missed the cut at the Northern Trust.
2022 Notes: He played in 30 PGA Tour events, making 22 cuts and three top-ten finishes. He finished 72nd in the FedExCup rankings. He was T-7th at the RBC Canadian Open and T-8th at the Rocket Mortgage. In the FedExCup playoffs, he was T-28th at the FedEx St. Jude and 64th at the BMW Championship.
2023 Notes: Played in 28 PGA Tour events, making 25 cuts with eight top-ten finishes. Finished 3rd in the FedExCup rankings. Was 5th at the Valspar Championship, four back of winner Taylor Moore. Finished 6th at the Valspar Championship, four back of winner Matt Wallace. He was 3rd with partner Beau Hossler at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. They had the lead going into the final round but shot 71 to finish three back of the winning team of Davis Riley and Nick Hardy. He won the Wells Fargo Championship by four shots over Xander Schauffele, earning his first PGA Tour victory in his 134th start at the age of 29 years, 4 months, 28 days. With a 72-hole total of 265, he became the first player in Wells Fargo history with a score of 265 or better. He became the sixth player to earn his first PGA Tour victory at the Wells Fargo Championship and the eighth first-time winner on the PGA Tour during the 2023 season. He held at least a share of the lead after the second and third rounds. He missed the cut at the PGA Championship, then was T-12th at the Memorial. Then he won the U.S. Open by one shot over Rory McIlroy, earning his second career PGA Tour title and first major championship victory. He became the fifth consecutive winner of the U.S. Open to earn his first major title. Entered the final round tied for the lead with Rickie Fowler, improving to 2-for-3 with the 54-hole lead/co-lead on the PGA Tour. Previous-best result in a major was T-75th at the 2021 PGA Championship. Had missed the cut in both prior starts at the U.S. Open (2021, 2022). Entered week 32nd in the Official World Golf Ranking, the lowest position by a U.S. Open champion since Graeme McDowell in 2010 (37th). In the FedExCup playoffs, was T-66th at the FedEx St. Jude, T-15th at the BMW Championship, and 3rd at the Tour Championship. He played in his first Ryder Cup and had a 1-1-1 record, but lost his singles match to Robert MacIntyre 2 & 1.
2024 Notes: Won the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, which was shortened to 54 holes due to weather and safety concerns, by one shot over Ludvig ?berg. Marked his third career PGA Tour victory and first since the 2023 U.S. Open. Carded a 60 in the third round, the first score of 60 or better recorded at Pebble Beach Golf Links. Became the first champion of a 54-hole event on the PGA Tour since Brian Stuard won the 2016 Zurich Classic of New Orleans. Stood T-50th after 18 holes and T-23rd after 36 holes in the 80-player field. Had back-to-back runner-up finishes, the first happening at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, five shots back of winner Scottie Scheffler. The next came at the Players Championship; he was a shot back of the winner, Scottie Scheffler. He made birdies at 16 and 17 on Sunday; on the 18th hole, he horse-shoed a 17-foot putt that would have forced a playoff.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 182, Cuts Made: 118 (65%), Top Tens: 25 (14%) , Rounds: 568, Scoring Avg: 70.22, Career Earnings: $25,178,433 - Best Finish: 1st (3 times)
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