Tiger Woods in search of his 80th PGA TOUR victory

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Tiger Woods
Third-Round Leaderboard
Tiger Woods        65-68-65—198 (-12)
Rory McIlroy        67-68-66—201 (-9)
Justin Rose           66-67-68—201 (-9)
Kyle Stanley         69-68-67—204 (-6)
Jon Rahm             68-68-68—204 (-6)
Paul Casey           68-71-66—205 (-5)
Tony Finau           67-71-67—205 (-5)
Billy Horschel       71-65-69—205 (-5)
Six Things To Know
  • With six birdies in his first seven holes, Tiger Woods shot the low round of the day, a 5-under 65, to take a three-stroke lead into the final round in search of his 80th PGA TOUR victory and first since the 2013 World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational
  • Following bogeys on his first two holes, Justin Rose (T2) rallied to card a 2-under 68 and is currently projected to win the FedExCup with Tiger Woods projected No. 2
  • Woods’ third-round 65 was his fifth consecutive round in the 60s, which stands as his longest streak of the season. It is his best since a streak of six rounds in 2013 (R1/ THE NORTHERN TRUST – R2/Dell Technologies Championship)
  • Rory McIlroy shot a 4-under 66 to move into a tie for second with Rose. When he won the TOUR Championship in 2016, McIlroy carded rounds of 66-64 on the weekend
  • Hideki Matsuyama’s second-round remains the only bogey-free round through three rounds
  • Bryson DeChambeau, the FedExCup standings leader entering this week, improved by nine strokes in the third round, rebounding from a 75 on Friday with a 4-under 66 to improve to T21
Third-Round Lead Notes
53/57     Tiger Woods’ record when holding at least a share of the 54-hole lead on the PGA TOUR, including a 42-2 record when holding the outright lead
19/31     54-hole leaders who have gone on to win the TOUR Championship (most recently Jordan Spieth/2015)
28/46     Third-round leaders/co-leaders to win on PGA TOUR in 2017-18 (most recently Bryson DeChambeau/THE NORTHERN TRUST)
FedExCup Playoffs and the TOUR Championship
  • The TOUR Championship is the last of four events of the FedExCup Playoffs and the finale to the PGA TOUR season for the 12th consecutive season since the FedExCup Playoffs were introduced in 2007.
  • The top-125 players on the final PGA TOUR Regular Season FedExCup points list (following the Wyndham Championship) qualified for THE NORTHERN TRUST (won by Bryson DeChambeau).
  • The top-100 players on the FedExCup points list following THE NORTHERN TRUST qualified for the Dell Technologies Championship (won by Bryson DeChambeau).
  • The top-70 players on the FedExCup points list after the Dell Technologies Championship advanced to the BMW Championship (won by Keegan Bradley).
  • The top-30 players following the BMW Championship qualified for the TOUR Championship. Prior to the start of the TOUR Championship, a “points reset” took place, giving all players in the field a mathematical opportunity to win the FedExCup title. Any of the top-five players in the standings will claim the FedExCup with a victory at East Lake.
The top-five players in the FedExCup standings entering the TOUR Championship will win the FedExCup title should they go on to victory at East Lake.
FEC                Player                                 R1                       R2                     R3       FedExCup Projection                                                          Position
1                    Bryson DeChambeau         71                       75                      66                        T21                                                                                            3
2                    Justin Rose                         66                       67                   68                        T2                                                                                            1
3                    Tony Finau                         67                       71                   67                        T6                                                                                            4
4                    Dustin Johnson                  69                       70                   67                        T9                                                                                            5
5                    Justin Thomas                    67                       69                   70                        T9                                                                                            6
Tiger Woods (-12/1st)
Age: 42 (December 30, 1975)
Joined TOUR: 1996
Entering the week
#20        FedExCup
#21        OWGR
14          Starts at TOUR Championship
2            Wins at the TOUR Championship: 1999, 2007
345        PGA TOUR starts
79          PGA TOUR victories (Most recent: 2013 World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational)
17          PGA TOUR starts in 2017-18
6            Top-10s in 2017-18
  • 2007 and 2009 FedExCup champion takes a three-stroke lead into the final round following a 5-under 65, which stood as the low round of the day
  • Front-nine 6-under 30 included birdies on six of his first seven holes
  • Five consecutive 3s to start the round were the most consecutive in his career since 2003
  • Needed just 23 putts in the third round (28/R1, 27/R2) and leads the field in Strokes Gained: Putting (5.104)
  • Third-round 65 is his fifth consecutive round in the 60s dating back to the third round of the 2018 BMW Championship, his longest streak since he posted six in a row from the first round of THE NORTHERN TRUST 2013 through the second round of the 2013 Dell Technologies Championship
  • Last posted his first three rounds in the 60s in a PGA TOUR event at the 2015 Wyndham Championship; hasn’t posted all four rounds in the 60s since THE NORTHERN TRUST 2013
  • Last held the 54-hole lead at the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational in 2013 (seven shots)
  • Marks 58th time Woods has held the third-round lead/co-lead on PGA TOUR, going on to win 53/57 times
  • When having the 54-hole lead/co-lead, has gone on to win the TOUR Championship (1999*, 2007) *1999 TOUR Championship was held at the Champions Golf Club in Houston
  • Making his 15th appearance in the TOUR Championship, but first since 2013. Recorded eight top-10s in the tournament, including two wins (1999, 2007) and four runner-up finishes
  • Would become the third FedExCup champion to win after beginning the TOUR Championship outside the top five in the standings (Rory McIlroy/6th/2016; Bill Haas/25th/2011)
  • Would become the first three-time champion of both the FedExCup (2007, 2009) and TOUR Championship (1999, 2007)
Winning percentages when Tiger Woods holds the 54-hole lead/co-lead
Shot Lead
# of Events
Converted
%
Tied
13
11
85%
1
12
11
92%
2
9
8
89%
3 or More
23
23
100%
Total
57
53
93.0%
Justin Rose (-9/T2)
Age: 38 (July 30, 1980)
Joined TOUR: 2004
Entering the week
#2          FedExCup
#1          OWGR
8            Starts at TOUR Championship
322        PGA TOUR starts
9            PGA TOUR victories (Most recent: 2018 Fort Worth Invitational)
17          PGA TOUR starts in 2017-18
10          Top-10s in 2017-18
  • World No. 1 opened with bogeys on his first two holes before birdieing three of his next four en route to a 2-under 68
  • Came from behind to win in five of his nine career PGA TOUR victories, with four of those instances being a deficit of three strokes or more
  • Looking to join Tiger Woods as the only player to win the FedExCup as the No. 1-ranked player in the world
  • Saturday’s 68 marks the 11th consecutive round under par dating to the first round of the 2018 Dell Technologies Championship
  • Entering the week leading the PGA TOUR in Total Driving, Rose is second in Driving Accuracy at East Lake after hitting 9 of 14 fairways in round three, pushing his tournament total to 28 of 42
  • His best-ever finish in the FedExCup was fifth in 2011
  • Second in scoring average on the PGA TOUR (69.0), behind only to Dustin Johnson (68.7)
  • Arrived at the TOUR Championship No. 2 in the FedExCup standings and No. 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking for the first time of his career.
  • Posted 10 top-10s this season including two wins (WGC-HSBC Champions, Fort Worth Invitational)
  • Making ninth start at TOUR Championship where he’s had five top-10s in last five appearances (T10/2017, T2/2015, T4/2014, 6th/2013, 2nd/2012)
  • Has never won more than two times on the PGA TOUR in a season (2010, 2018)
Rory McIlroy (-9/T2)
Age: 29 (May 4, 1989)
Joined TOUR: 2010
Entering the week
#17        FedExCup
#5          OWGR
4            Starts at TOUR Championship
148        PGA TOUR starts
14          PGA TOUR victories (Most recent: 2018 Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard)
17          PGA TOUR starts in 2017-18
6            Top-10s in 2017-18
  • 2016 FedExCup champion moved into a tie for second after a 4-under 66 after making birdie on two of his last three holes
  • Also shot a 66 on Saturday in 2016 before carding a final-round 64 to win the tournament in a playoff over Kevin Chappell and Ryan Moore; trailed by two strokes going into the final round in 2016
  • Leads the field in driving distance (319.7) and remains No. 1 in Strokes Gained: Off the Tee (5.180) through 54-holes
  • In four previous appearances at the TOUR Championship, has never finished lower than T16 (2015)
  • Captured six top-10 finishes on the season, including his first win since 2016 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard
  • FedExCup Playoffs wins – 4 (tied for most with Dustin Johnson)
Two champions at East Lake
Since the inception of the FedExCup in 2007, there have only been three occasions when a player won the TOUR Championship and did not win the FedExCup.
Year
                                 Year             TOUR Champ winner
                                              FEC champion
2017
                                2017            Xander Schauffele
                                            Justin Thomas
2009
                                2009            Phil Mickelson
                                            Tiger Woods
2008
                                2008                 Camilo Villegas
                                           Vijay Singh
First timers at the TOUR Championship
Six players are making their first appearance at the TOUR Championship this week, including Bryson DeChambeau, No. 1 in the FedExCup. He is joined by Cameron Smith (10), Francesco Molinari (13), Tommy Fleetwood (19), Aaron Wise (21) and Patton Kizzire (30). With a victory, they would join Chad Campbell (2003), Bart Bryant (2005), Bill Haas (2011), Henrik Stenson (2013) and Xander Schauffele (2017) as players to win the TOUR Championship in their first appearance (not including Tom Watson’s win at the first TOUR Championship in 1987).
Rookies in the FedExCup Playoffs
Eight PGA TOUR rookies advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs to earn their first start at THE NORTHERN TRUST, the first of four Playoffs events. Only Aaron Wise was successful in reaching the TOUR Championship. Wise won his first PGA TOUR title at the AT&T Byron Nelson, before missing the cut in six of his next seven starts (T6/World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational) to enter the Playoffs No. 27 in the FedExCup standings. Wise starts the TOUR Championship at No. 21 in the FedExCup. Here’s a look at his progress through the Playoffs:
Event
Result
FedExCup Position
THE NORTHERN TRUST
T5
No. 15
Dell Technologies Championship
T69
No.18
BMW Championship
T16
No. 21
TOUR Championship
R1/70/T17
R2/69/T15
R3/67/T9
Projected No. 20
Rookies to qualify for the TOUR Championship since the inception of the FedExCup in 2007:
                        Year
Player
                                                  FEC Finish
2018
                    Aaron Wise
                                               TBD
2017
Xander Schauffele
3rd
2017
Patrick Cantlay
29th
2016
Emiliano Grillo
11th
2016
Si Woo Kim
17th
2015
Daniel Berger
11th
2013
Jordan Spieth
7th
2012
John Huh
29th
2011
Keegan Bradley
20th
2009
Marc Leishman
20th
2008
Andres Romero
28th
2007
Brandt Snedeker
20th
Additional Player Notes
Kyle Stanley joined the top five on the leaderboard (T4) following a 3-under 67. Currently projected 13th in the FedExCup, Stanley has not finished higher than 24th (2017) in the final standings.
Tony Finau (T6) improved his standing in round three with a 3-under 67. A solo-second finish Sunday would offer Finau a chance at winning the FedExCup, making him the first player to win the season-long title without a victory.
Entering the week at No. 4 in the FedExCup standings, Dustin Johnson birdied four of his last six holes to shoot a 3-under 67 and move into a tie for ninth.
Bryson DeChambeau, who won the first two Playoffs events and entered the TOUR Championship in the No. 1 position, sits T21 after rebounding in round three with a 4-under 66, including eagles on hole Nos. 6 and 17.
Defending FedExCup champion Justin Thomas (T9) carded an even-par 70 and is currently projected to finish No. 6 in the final standings.
There are four past FedExCup champions (Tiger Woods, Billy Horschel, Rory McIlroy, Justin Thomas) at East Lake this year. Thomas, McIlroy and Horschel can join Tiger Woods (2007, 2009) as the only two-time winners of the FedExCup.
Here is a year-by-year look at FedExCup champions and their performance throughout the FedExCup Playoffs in the years they won:
FedExCup Champion
THE NORTHERN TRUST
Dell Technologies Championship
BMW Championship
TOUR Championship
2017 Justin Thomas
T6
Won
T47
2nd
2016 Rory McIlroy
T31
Won
T42
Won
2015 Jordan Spieth
CUT
CUT
T13
Won
2014 Billy Horschel
CUT
T2
Won
Won
2013 Henrik Stenson
T43
1
T33
Won
2012 Brandt Snedeker
2nd
6th
T37
Won
2011 Bill Haas
T24
T61
T16
Won
2010 Jim Furyk
DNP
T37
T15
Won
2009 Tiger Woods
T2
T11
Won
2nd
2008 Vijay Singh
Won
Won
T44
T22
2007 Tiger Woods
N/A
T2
Won
Won
Course Statistics
Toughest Hole                   Easiest Hole
R1: Par-4 8th (4.467)           R1: Par-5 18th (4.433)
R2: Par-4 4th (4.367)           R2: Par-15 18th (4.433)
       Par-4 16th (4.367)
R3: Par-3 9th (3.300)           R3: Par-5 6th (4.167)
Scoring Averages at the par-70 East Lake Golf Club
              Front 9                 Back 9                  Total                    Cumulative
R1:         35.300                  34.000                  69.300                  —
R2:         35.000                  35.367                  70.367                  —
R3:         34.333                  34.733                  69.067                  69.578
Bogey-free rounds:
R1: None
R2: Hideki Matsuyama (66)
R3: None
Current FedExCup scenarios
#1 Bryson DeChambeau
Currently T21 in tournament (+2); projected 3rd in the FedExCup
  • If he wins the TOUR Championship, he wins the Cup
  • If Tiger Woods (1st) wins the TOUR Championship, he needs to finish 15th or better AND Justin Rose (T2) finishes in a three-way T5 or worse AND Tony Finau (T6) finishes T3 or worse AND Dustin Johnson finishes in a three-way T2 or worse AND Justin Thomas finishes in a three-way T3 or worse AND Keegan Bradley (T27) finishes worse than 2nd
  • If Rory McIlroy (T2) wins the TOUR Championship, he needs to finish 11th or better AND Justin Rose (T2) finishes in a three-way T4 or worse AND Dustin Johnson (T9) finishes T3 or worse AND Justin Thomas ((T9) finishes T2 or worse
  • If Justin Rose (T2) wins the TOUR Championship, Rose wins the FedExCup
  • If Jon Rahm (T4) wins the TOUR Championship, he needs to finish 21st or better AND Rose (T2) finishes in the three-way T6 AND Tony Finau (T6) finishes three-way T3 or worse AND Dustin Johnson (T9) finishes in a three-way T2 or worse AND Justin Thomas (T9) finishes in a three-way T2 or worse
  • If Kyle Stanley (T4) wins the TOUR Championship, he needs to finish 22nd or better AND Justin Rose (T2) needs to finish 7th or worse AND Tony Finau (T6) finishes in a three-way T3 AND Dustin Johnson (T9) finishes in a three-way T2 AND Justin Thomas (T9) finishes in a three-way T2 or worse
  • Can finish as low as a T-29 and still have a mathematical chance of winning
#2 Justin Rose
Currently T2 in the tournament (-9); projected 1st in the FedExCup
  • If he wins the TOUR Championship, he wins the Cup
  • If he finishes 2nd and none of the other top five seeds win the TOUR Championship
  • If he finishes 3rd and anyone among the top five current contenders for the TOUR Championship wins AND Bryson DeChambeau (T21) finishes 4th or worse AND Tony Finau finishes T2 or worse
  • If Tiger Woods (1st) wins the TOUR Championship, he needs to finish T5 or better AND Bryson DeChambeau (T21) finishes T15 or worse AND Tony Finau finishes T3 or worse AND Dustin Johnson (T9) finishes in a three-way T2 or worse AND Justin Thomas (T9) finishes in a three-way T2 or worse
  • If Rory McIlroy (T2) wins the TOUR Championship, he needs to finish T4 or better AND Tony Finau (T6) finishes T3 AND Dustin Johnson (T9) finishes in a three-way T2 or worse and Justin Thomas (T9) finishes T2
  • If Jon Rahm (T4) wins the TOUR Championship, he needs to finish T6 or better to have a chance
  • If Kyle Stanley (T4) wins the TOUR Championship, he needs to finish in a 3-way T6 or better to have a chance
  • Can finish as low as 9th and still have a mathematical chance of winning
#3 Tony Finau
Currently T6 in the tournament; projected 4th in the FedExCup
  • If he wins the TOUR Championship, he wins the Cup
  • If he finishes solo 2nd he wins the Cup IF Bryson DeChambeau (T21) finishes T3 or worse AND Justin Rose (T2) doesn’t win
  • If he finishes 3rd or better, he wins the Cup IF Bryson DeChambeau (T21) finishes T11 or worse AND Justin Rose (T2) finishes in a three-way T4 or worse
  • If Tiger Woods (1st) wins the TOUR Championship, he needs to finish 3rd or better to have a chance
  • If Rory McIlroy (T2) wins the TOUR Championship, he needs to finish 3rd or better to have a chance
  • If Justin Rose (T2) wins the TOUR Championship, Rose wins the FedExCup
  • If Jon Rahm (T4) wins the TOUR Championship, he needs to finish T3 or better to have a chance
  • If Kyle Stanley (T4) wins the TOUR Championship, he needs to finish T3 to have a chance
  • Can finish as low as a 2-way tie for 3rd and still have a mathematical chance of winning
#4 Dustin Johnson
Currently T9 in the tournament; projected 6th in the FedExCup
  • If he wins the TOUR Championship, he wins the Cup
  • If he finishes solo 2nd he wins IF Bryson DeChambeau (T21) finishes T4 or worse AND Justin Rose (T2) finishes T3 or worse AND Tony Finau (T6) finishes in a three-way T2 or worse
  • If Tiger Woods (1st) wins the TOUR Championship, he needs to finish T2 or better to have a chance
  • If Rory McIlroy (T2) wins the TOUR Championship, he needs to finish T2 or better to have a chance
  • If Justin Rose (T2) wins the TOUR Championship, Rose wins the FedExCup
  • If Jon Rahm (T4) wins the TOUR Championship, he needs to finish T2 or better to have a chance
  • If Kyle Stanley (T4) wins the TOUR Championship, he needs to finish T2 or better to have a chance
  • Can finish as low as a 3-way tie for 2nd and still have a mathematical chance of winning
#5 Justin Thomas
Currently T9 in the tournament; projected 6th in the FedExCup
  • If he wins the TOUR Championship, he wins the Cup
  • If he finishes solo 2nd AND Bryson DeChambeau (T21) finishes in a three-way T4 AND Justin Rose (T2) finishes T3 or worse AND Tony Finau (T6) finishes T2 or worse AND Dustin Johnson (T9) finishes T2 or worse
  • If Tiger Woods (1st) wins, he needs to finish T2 to have a chance
  • If Rory McIlroy (T2) wins, he needs to finish solo 2nd to have a chance
  • If Justin Rose (T2) wins, Rose wins the FedExCup
  • If Jon Rahm (T4) wins, he needs T2 to have a chance
  • If Kyle Stanley (T4), he needs a T2 to have a chance
#6 Keegan Bradley
Currently T27 in the tournament; projected 8th in the FedExCup
  • Wins the TOUR Championship
And…
  • Bryson DeChambeau (#1) finishes T2 or worse
  • Can Finish 2nd and still have a mathematical chance of winning the Cup
#7 Brooks Koepka
Currently T25 in the tournament; projected 9th in the FedExCup
  • Wins the TOUR Championship
And…
  • Bryson DeChambeau (#1) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse
  • Justin Rose (#2) finishes T-2 or worse
  • Can Finish 2nd and still have a mathematical chance of winning the Cup
#8 Bubba Watson
Currently T27 in the tournament; projected 11th in the FedExCup
  • Wins the TOUR Championship
And…
  • Bryson DeChambeau (#1) finishes 3rd or worse
  • Justin Rose (#2) finishes T-2 or worse
#9 Billy Horschel
Currently T6 in the tournament; projected 10th in the FedExCup
  • Wins the TOUR Championship
And…
  • Bryson DeChambeau (#1) finishes in a 3-way tie for 3rd or worse
  • Justin Rose (#2) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse
  • Tony Finau (#3) finishes T-2 or worse
#10 Cameron Smith
Currently T21 in the tournament; projected 14th in the FedExCup
  • Wins the TOUR Championship
And…
  • Bryson DeChambeau (#1) finishes in a 3-way tie for 4th or worse
  • Justin Rose (#2) finishes T-3 or worse
  • Tony Finau (#3) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse
  • Dustin Johnson (#4) finishes in T-2 or worse
  • Justin Thomas (#5) finishes 2nd* or worse
*Tie for the FedExCup
#11 Webb Simpson
Currently 14 in the tournament; projected 15th in the FedExCup
  • Wins the TOUR Championship
And…
  • Bryson DeChambeau (#1) finishes T-6 or worse
  • Justin Rose (#2) finishes in a 3-way tie for 3rd or worse
  • Tony Finau (#3) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse
  • Dustin Johnson (#4) finishes in a T-2 or worse
  • Justin Thomas (#5) finishes T-2 or worse
#12 Jason Day
Currently T17 in the tournament; projected 16th in the FedExCup
  • Wins the TOUR Championship
And…
  • Bryson DeChambeau (#1) finishes in a 3-way tie for 6th or worse
  • Justin Rose (#2) finishes 4th or worse
  • Tony Finau (#3) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse
  • Dustin Johnson (#4) finishes T-2 or worse
  • Justin Thomas (#5) finishes T-2 or worse
#13 Francesco Molinari
Currently T25 in the tournament; projected 19th in the FedExCup
  • Wins the TOUR Championship
And…
  • Bryson DeChambeau (#1) finishes T-7 or worse
  • Justin Rose (#2) finishes 4th or worse
  • Tony Finau (#3) finishes 3rd or worse
  • Dustin Johnson (#4) finishes T-2 or worse
  • Justin Thomas (#5) finishes T-2 or worse
#14 Phil Mickelson
Currently 30 in the tournament; projected 23rd in the FedExCup
Wins the TOUR Championship
And…
  • Bryson DeChambeau (#1) finishes T-8 or worse
  • Justin Rose (#2) finishes T-4 or worse
  • Tony Finau (#3) finishes 3rd or worse
  • Dustin Johnson (#4) finishes T-2 or worse
  • Justin Thomas (#5) finishes T-2 or worse
#15 Patrick Reed
Currently 29 in the tournament; projected 24th in the FedExCup
  • Wins the TOUR Championship
And…
  • Bryson DeChambeau (#1) finishes T-9 or worse
  • Justin Rose (#2) finishes T-4 or worse
  • Tony Finau (#3) finishes 3rd or worse
  • Dustin Johnson (#4) finishes T-2 or worse
  • Justin Thomas (#5) finishes T-2 or worse
  • Keegan Bradley (#6) finishes T-2 or worse
#16 Patrick Cantlay
Currently T21 in the tournament; projected 21st in the FedExCup
  • Wins the TOUR Championship
And…
  •  Bryson DeChambeau (#1) finishes T-10 or worse
  •  Justin Rose (#2) finishes T-4 or worse
  •  Tony Finau (#3) finishes 3rd or worse
  •  Dustin Johnson (#4) finishes T-2 or worse
  •  Justin Thomas (#5) finishes T-2 or worse
  •  Keegan Bradley (#6) finishes T-2 or worse
#17 Rory McIlroy
Currently T2 in the tournament; projected 7th in the FedExCup
  • Wins the TOUR Championship
And…
  • Bryson DeChambeau (#1) finishes T-11 or worse (currently T21)
  • Justin Rose (#2) finishes in a 3-way tie for 4th or worse (currently T2)
  • Tony Finau (#3) finishes T-3 or worse (currently T6)
  • Dustin Johnson (#4) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse (currently T9)
  • Justin Thomas (#5) finishes T-2 or worse (currently T9)
  • Keegan Bradley (#6) finishes T-2 or worse (currently T27)
#18 Xander Schauffele
Currently T9 in the tournament; projected 17th in the FedExCup
  • Wins the TOUR Championship
And…
  • Bryson DeChambeau (#1) finishes T-12 or worse
  • Justin Rose (#2) finishes 5th or worse
  • Tony Finau (#3) finishes T-3 or worse
  • Dustin Johnson (#4) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse
  • Justin Thomas (#5) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse
  • Keegan Bradley (#6) finishes T-2 or worse
#19 Tommy Fleetwood
Currently 15 in the tournament; projected 22nd in the FedExCup
  • Wins the TOUR Championship
And…
  • Bryson DeChambeau (#1) finishes 3-way for 13th or worse
  • Justin Rose (#2) finishes T-5 or worse
  • Tony Finau (#3) finishes in a T-3 or worse
  • Dustin Johnson (#4) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse
  • Justin Thomas (#5) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse
  • Keegan Bradley (#6) finishes T-2 or worse
#20 Tiger Woods
Currently 1st in the tournament; projected 2nd in the FedExCup
  • Wins the TOUR Championship
And…
  • Bryson DeChambeau (#1) finishes T-15 or worse (currently T21)
  • Justin Rose (#2) finishes 3-way for 5th or worse (currently T2)
  • Tony Finau (#3) finishes T-3 or worse (currently T6)
  • Dustin Johnson (#4) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse (currently T9)
  • Justin Thomas (#5) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse (currently T9)
  • Keegan Bradley (#6) finishes T-2 or worse (currently T27)
#21 Aaron Wise
Currently T9 in the tournament; projected 20th in the FedExCup
  • Wins the TOUR Championship
And…
  • Bryson DeChambeau (#1) finishes 3-way for 16th or worse
  • Justin Rose (#2) finishes 3-way for 5th or worse
  • Tony Finau (#3) finishes T-3 or worse
  • Dustin Johnson (#4) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse
  • Justin Thomas (#5) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse
  • Keegan Bradley (#6) finishes T-2 or worse
#22 Kevin Na
Currently T21 in the tournament; projected T27th in the FedExCup
  • Wins the TOUR Championship
And…
  • Bryson DeChambeau (#1) finishes T-18 or worse
  • Justin Rose (#2) finishes T-6 or worse
  • Tony Finau (#3) finishes T-3 or worse
  • Dustin Johnson (#4) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse
  • Justin Thomas (#5) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse
  • Keegan Bradley (#6) finishes T-2 or worse
#23 Rickie Fowler
Currently T17 in the tournament; projected 26th in the FedExCup
  • Wins the TOUR Championship
And…
  • Bryson DeChambeau (#1) finishes 3-way for 19th or worse
  • Justin Rose (#2) finishes T-6 or worse
  • Tony Finau (#3) finishes T-3 or worse
  • Dustin Johnson (#4) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse
  • Justin Thomas (#5) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse
  • Keegan Bradley (#6) finishes T-2 or worse
#24 Jon Rahm
Currently T4 in the tournament; projected 12th in the FedExCup
  • Wins the TOUR Championship
And…
  • Bryson DeChambeau (#1) finishes T-21 or worse (currently T21)
  • Justin Rose (#2) finishes in a 3-way tie for 6th or worse (currently T2)
  • Tony Finau (#3) finishes 2-way T-3* or worse (currently T6)
  • Dustin Johnson (#4) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse (currently T9)
  • Justin Thomas (#5) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse (currently T9)
  • Keegan Bradley (#6) finishes T-2 or worse (currently T27)
*Tie for FedExCup
#25 Kyle Stanley
Currently T4 in the tournament; projected 13th in the FedExCup
  • Wins the TOUR Championship
And…
  • Bryson DeChambeau (#1) finishes T-22 or worse (currently T21)
  • Justin Rose (#2) finishes 7th or worse (currently T2)
  • Tony Finau (#3) finishes in a 3-way tie for 3rd worse (currently T6)
  • Dustin Johnson (#4) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse (currently T9)
  • Justin Thomas (#5) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse (currently T9)
  • Keegan Bradley (#6) finishes T-2 or worse (currently T27)
#26 Paul Casey
Currently T6 in the tournament; projected 18th in the FedExCup
  • Wins the TOUR Championship
And…
  • Bryson DeChambeau (#1) finishes 3-way for 23rd or worse
  • Justin Rose (#2) finishes T-7 or worse
  • Tony Finau (#3) finishes in a 3-way tie for 3rd or worse
  • Dustin Johnson (#4) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse
  • Justin Thomas (#5) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse
  • Keegan Bradley (#6) finishes T-2 or worse
  • Brooks Koepka (#7) finishes T-2 or worse
#27 Hideki Matsuyama
Currently 16 in the tournament; projected T27th in the FedExCup
Wins the TOUR Championship
And…
  • Bryson DeChambeau (#1) finishes 25th* or worse
  • Justin Rose (#2) finishes 3-way for 7th or worse
  • Tony Finau (#3) in a 3-way tie for 3rd or worse
  • Dustin Johnson (#4) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse
  • Justin Thomas (#5) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse
  • Keegan Bradley (#6) finishes T-2 or worse
  • Brooks Koepka (#7) finishes T-2 or worse
*Tie for FedExCup
#28 Gary Woodland
Currently T9 in the tournament; projected 25th in the FedExCup
  • Wins the TOUR Championship
And…
  • Bryson DeChambeau (#1) finishes 2-way T-26* or worse
  • Justin Rose (#2) finishes T-8 or worse
  • Tony Finau (#3) finishes in a 3-way tie for 3rd or worse
  • Dustin Johnson (#4) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse
  • Justin Thomas (#5) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse
  • Keegan Bradley (#6) finishes T-2 or worse
  • Brooks Koepka (#7) finishes T-2 or worse
*Tie for FedExCup
#29 Marc Leishman
Currently T17 in the tournament; projected 29th in the FedExCup
  • Wins the TOUR Championship
And…
  • Bryson DeChambeau (#1) finishes 28th* or worse
  • Justin Rose (#2) finishes 3-way for 8th or worse
  • Tony Finau (#3) finishes in a 3-way 3rd or worse
  • Dustin Johnson (#4) finishes 3rd or worse
  • Justin Thomas (#5) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse
  • Keegan Bradley (#6) finishes T-2 or worse
  • Brooks Koepka (#7) finishes T-2 or worse
*Tie for FedExCup
#30 Patton Kizzire
Currently T17 in the tournament; projected 30th in the FedExCup
Wins the TOUR Championship
And…
  • Bryson DeChambeau (#1) finishes 2-way T-29* or worse
  • Justin Rose (#2) finishes T-9 or worse
  • Tony Finau (#3) in a 3-way tie for 3rd or worse
  • Dustin Johnson (#4) finishes 3rd or worse
  • Justin Thomas (#5) finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse
  • Keegan Bradley (#6) finishes T-2 or worse
  • Brooks Koepka (#7) finishes T-2 or worse
*Tie for FedExCup

 

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