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Roster Roundup: Patrick Cantlay & Xander Schauffele Shine at Genesis Invitational
February 19, 2024, Orlando, FL


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Atlanta Drive's Patrick Cantlay was paired with fellow Californian, good friend, and TGL Commit Xander Schauffele in the final tee time at the Genesis Invitaitonal on Sunday as they were being chased for the top spot to start the day.

Ultimately, they both finished T4 at -13, while Hideki Matsuyama stole the show, setting the record for lowest closing round by a winner at the Genesis Invitational with nine birdies on his way to a 62 for the day and -17 on the tournament to be crowned champion.

Atlanta Drive GC

Justin Thomas, Lucas Glover, and Cantlay were all in California to compete in the Genesis Invitational.

Before the event began, JT made an incredible hole-in-one on No. 16 during Wednesday's practice round.

After leading the first three rounds of the tournament, Cantlay dropped a few spots on Sunday, but ended the round on a high note with a remarkable birdie putt on 18 that went right over Schauffele's ball marker to drop into the cup. Cantlay finished -13 and so did his buddy Xander.

Boston Common Golf

The Ballfrogs were in full attendance at the Genesis Invitational with Keegan Bradley, Adam Scott, and Rory McIlroy all teeing it up on Thursday. Scott and McIlroy made it to the weekend and were paired together on Saturday for the third round. Scott bested the two, shooting -4 and he finished the tournament at -6, while McIlroy finished one shot back at -5.

Rory found Fried Egg podcast host Andy Johnson in the crowd sporting a Ballfrog hat, which made for a picture perfect moment.

Jupiter Links GC

Tiger Woods returned at Genesis to make his first PGA TOUR start since the 2023 Masters. He began the week by announcing his new apparel line, Sun Day Red, in partnership with TaylorMade.

Unfortunately, Tiger's time at Genesis was cut short as he came down with the flu mid-tournament and was forced to withdraw on Friday, but he was still in good spirits and congratulated Matsuyama on his victory on Sunday.

Los Angeles Golf Club

Ahead of the tournament, Sahith Theegala, Tommy Fleetwood, and Collin Morikawa were all united in Los Angeles to represent LAGC at SoFi Stadium for a fun community event alongside LAGC owner Alexis Ohanian. All that was missing was Rosey.

The LAGC trio were also in the L.A. area to tee it up at Riviera. Fleetwood led the bunch finishing -8, with Morikawa close behind at -6 and Theegala rounding them out at -2.

TGL Commits

Cantlay and Schauffele were paired in the final group of the final round at Genesis, making it the 21st time they've been paired together in a professional event, inlcluding 10 PGA TOUR events, seven Presidents Cups, and four Ryder Cups.

Here's the list of TGL players that made the cut at Genesis and how they got on: