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If you don’t follow golf, you might have noticed a fair share of build up throughout August and September for the FedExCup Playoffs – only to go quiet the past couple weeks. If you are a golf fan, you have come to roll your eyes with the rest of us in the off-week between the BMW and TOUR Championships. Due to recent Tour schedule changes, however, the Playoffs has been shortened to three consecutive weeks (thank goodness) in order to expedite the exciting end to the year-long season so as to avoid NFL ratings. That’s not a joke either. PGA... Read More
It’s a quick turnaround on Tour this week, as the top-70 in the FedExCup Standings make the quick Monday night/Tuesday morning trip from Boston to Newton Square, Pennsylvania, for the BMW Championship and the third leg of the Playoffs. Bryson DeChambeau has effectively secured his $10 million and the FedExCup, winning both THE NORTHERN TRUST and Dell Technologies Championship in back-to-back weeks. Here’s the current top-10 in the FedExCup Standings… 1. Bryson DeChambeau (5,617 pts) 2. Dustin Johnson (3,289 pts) 3. Justin Rose (3,191 pts) 4. Tony Finau (3,169 pts) 5. Justin Thomas (3,084 pts) 6. Brooks Koepka (2,551 pts)... Read More
The top field in golf dwindles from 125 to 100 this week at the Dell Technologies Championship at TPC Boston. Those top-100 in the FedExCup Standings will be looking to play well enough to head to Aronimink Golf Club next week in Newtown Square, PA, for the third leg of the Playoffs – the BMW Championship. Only the top-70 after the #DellTechChamp will prevail, though… Here are the top-10 in the FedExCup Standings heading into this week… 1. Bryson DeChambeau (3,617 pts) 2. Dustin Johnson (2,969 pts) 3. Justin Thomas (2,954 pts) 4. Tony Finau (2,709 pts) 5. Brooks Koepka... Read More
This week marks the official start of the 2018 FedExCup Playoffs for the PGA Tour. The top-125 players in the FedExCup standings will head to Paramus, New Jersey, for the first event of the 5-week long Playoffs, which include the Dell Technologies Championship and the BMW Championship following the Northern Trust, with a week-long hiatus preceding the TOUR Championship – where the season-long FedExCup winner will be crowned. Last year, Justin Thomas turned an incredible season into his first FedExCup. Two years ago, it was Rory McIlroy who narrowly snagged the FedExCup after holing out from the fairway on the... Read More
This week, FedExCup “bubble” players head to Greensboro for the Wyndham Championship to make one last charge towards the top-125. One of those names that sits on the outside looking in is Sergio Garcia – who currently sits at 131st in the FedExCup Standings. Sergio will need a solid finish in order to make an appearance in the Playoffs – something he has done every year since 2011. Bill Haas is another big name in the field this week who could use a great week, as he is 150th heading into the season’s final regular season event. The Course In... Read More