After the second round of the 2022 Wells Fargo Championship, Kurt Kitayama is in third position with a score of -6.
Recent Tournaments: Kurt Kitayama
|Date||Tournament||Finish||Score||Strokes Off Leader||Earnings|
|April 28 – May 1||Mexico Open||2||64-70-66-68 (-16)||1||$552,367|
|March 24-27||Corales Puntacana Championship||MC||75-69 (E)||—||$-|
|March 17-20||Valspar Championship||MC||76-70 (+4)||—||$-|
Recent Form Insights: Kurt Kitayama
- Kitayama will look for his third straight top-five finish in this event.
- Kitayama has finished in the top five twice in his past four events.
- Out of the past four tournaments he entered, he made the cut twice.
- Kitayama has finished within three shots of the leader in one of his past four appearances. In that span, he finished within five shots of the winner two times and finished with a better-than-average score twice.
- He has carded an average score of -11 in his past four appearances.
- Kitayama has headed to the clubhouse better than par eight times, completed his day without a bogey once and finished eight rounds with a better-than-average score over his last 10 rounds played.
- He has posted the best score of the day once while finishing with a top-five score twice and a top-10 score in three of his last 10 rounds.
Last 4 Tournaments Breakdown: Kurt Kitayama
|Tournaments||Within 3 Strokes||Within 5 Strokes||Under AVG|
Last Time Out
- Kitayama was in the 94th percentile on par 3s at the Mexico Open, averaging 2.80 strokes on the 20 par-3 holes.
- His 3.86-stroke average on the 36 par-4 holes at the Mexico Open placed him well, in the 95th percentile of the competitors.
- Kitayama was better than 59% of the competitors at the Mexico Open on par-5 holes, averaging 4.56 strokes per hole compared to the field average of 4.61 strokes.
- Kitayama fared better on par 3s than most players his last time out, carding a birdie or better on six of the 20 par-3 holes at the Mexico Open (the tournament average was 1.9).
- On the 20 par-3 holes at the Mexico Open, Kitayama carded two bogeys or worse (less than the field average of 2.4).
- Kitayama recorded more birdies or better (nine) than the field average of 4.9 on the 36 par-4 holes at the Mexico Open.