Planet Golf — 17 September 2013 by GW staff and news services
Tour Championship: The Field

Below is information on each player, his record in the FedExCup Playoffs and what it will takes for him to win the

FedExCup. For the “To win the FedExCup” sections, the place positions are based points awarded for solo

finishes at the event.  For example, “third or worse” means a finish of solo-third or any other position that awards

fewer points than a solo-third.  Though additional scenarios exist for tie places where points are split between

positions, this provides a general framework for where players need to finish to win the FedExCup.  Asterisks

denote a finish combination that results in a tie in the final FedExCup points standings, in which case the winner

will be decided in a sudden-death playoff immediately following completion of the TOUR Championship by

Coca-Cola.

Tiger Woods – No. 1

For the third time in his career, Tiger Woods enters the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola ranked No. 1 in the

FedExCup standings.  In 2007 and 2009, he began the FedExCup Playoffs at the top of the standings and

reclaimed that spot heading to the Playoff Finale thanks to wins at the BMW Championship.  He then ended

each season at No. 1 as well, making him the only multiple FedExCup champion in the series’ history.  Woods

owns victories this season at the Farmers Insurance Open, World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship,

Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard, THE PLAYERS Championship and the World Golf

Championships-Bridgestone Invitational. With 79 career victories, he needs just three wins to tie Sam Snead

(82) for most victories in PGA TOUR history. Woods is a two-time winner of the TOUR Championship by CocaCola, with victories in 2007 and 1999. He has also finished second four times. Woods is one of four past

champions in the field (Phil Mickelson, Brandt Snedeker, Adam Scott).

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW TOUR Champ

2007 1 1 DNP T2 (3) 1 (1) 1 (1)

2009 1 1 T2 (1) T11 (2) 1 (1) 2 (1)

2010 42 112 T12 (65) T11 (51) T15 (42)

2012 3 1 T38 (3) 3 (3) T4 (2) T8 (3)

2013  1 T2 (1) T65 (2)                  T11 (1)

To win the FedExCup- No. 1 Tiger Woods

• If he wins the TOUR Championship, he wins the FedExCup

• Has a reasonable chance of winning with a top-five finish

• Can finish as low as 29th and still have a mathematical chance of winning

Henrik Stenson  – No. 2

The Swede will be teeing it up for the first time in his career at the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola. Henrik

Stenson, who won the Deutsche Bank Championship, the second event of the FedExCup Playoffs, had been

knocking on the door all season, including a runner-up finish at the Open Championship and a third-place finish

at the PGA Championship. The victory at the Deutsche Bank Championship pushed Stenson to No. 1 in the

FedExCup standings; he fell to No. 2 when Tiger Woods finished T11 at the Deutsche Bank Championship,

compared to his T33. Stenson is a three-time winner on the PGA TOUR with victories at the 2007 World Golf

Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship and the 2009 PLAYERS Championship. Stenson entered

the FedExCup Playoffs at No. 9 in the standings, a full 102 positions higher than his standing (117

and his highest ranking ever heading into golf’s postseason. Stenson is trying to become the first European

player to win the FedExCup in its seven-year history.

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FedExCup Playoffs Performance (FedExCup rank following tournament in parentheses)

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW   TOUR Champ

2007 39 31 MC (34) T55 (35) T52 (39)

2008 N/A

2009 N/A

2010 141 141

2011 180 180

2012 111 117 T54 (111)

2013  9 T43 (13) 1

To win the FedExCup – No. 2 Henrik Stenson

• If he wins the TOUR Championship, he wins the FedExCup

• Has a reasonable chance of winning with a top-three finish

• Can finish as low as a 2-way tie for 6th and still have a mathematical chance of winning

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Adam Scott – No. 3

In one of the defining moments of the 2013 season, Adam Scott’s victory at the Masters Tournament – the firstever play a player from Australia – was capped by the dramatic roar of “C’mon Aussie.” Scott is one of five

multiple winners in 2013, recording multiple victories in a season for the second time in his career by winning

the Masters and The Barclays. Scott’s victory at The Barclays came in his 21

shot a final-round 66 and waited as several players had opportunities to match his score but fell short. He

entered the final round T13 and trailing Matt Kuchar and Gary Woodland by six strokes before a bogey-free, 5-

under 66 led to a one-stroke victory over Tiger Woods, Graham DeLaet, Gary Woodland and Justin Rose. It

marked the largest come-from-behind win in the 47-year history of The Barclays. Scott has played in the TOUR

Championship by Coca-Cola seven times, with a victory in 2006, the year before the start of the FedExCup.

Scott is one of four past champions in the field (Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Brandt Snedeker).

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW TOUR Champ

2007 12 10 T14 (9) T17 (9) 4 (7) T26 (12)

2008 47 24 MC (47) T73 (43) T50 (47)

2009 110 116 T58 (110)

2010 19 32 T9 (19) T5 (15) T15 (14) 27 (19)

2011 16 13 T67 (23) T8 (16) T37 (19) T6 (16)

2012 25 32 62 (34) T7 (25) T6 (21) 19 (25)

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To win the FedExCup – No. 3 Adam Scott

• If he wins the TOUR Championship, he wins the FedExCup

• Has a reasonable chance of winning with a second-place finish

• Can finish as low as T-4 and still have a mathematical chance of winning

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FedExCup Playoffs event as he

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(2) T53 (3) T28 (3)

No. 4 – Zach Johnson

Despite a sluggish start by his standards, Zach Johnson has come on strong at the right time, winning the BMW

Championship to move from No. 27 to No. 4 and qualifying for the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola for the

fifth time.  After the first half of the season, Johnson was just inside the top 100 in the FedExCup.  The sites of

his two wins last year pushed him forward to a second-half surge.  He had a third-place finish at the Crowne

Plaza Invitational at Colonial and a playoff loss at the John Deere Classic.  He parlayed that momentum into

four consecutive top-10 finishes, and then after skipping The Barclays to be the best man at his brother’s

wedding, Johnson rallied for a final-round 66 at the Deutsche Bank Championship to narrowly qualify for the

U.S. Presidents Cup Team and all but secure a spot back to East Lake.  His 10

Championship moved him into prime position at the TOUR Championship , where he holds the course record of

60 (set in the third round in 2007).

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW TOUR Champ

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career win at the BMW

2007 7 7 T25 (8) T30 (10) T38 (12) T2 (7)

2008 131 112 MC (131)

2009 6 3 T28 (4) T19 (4) 5 (4) T16 (6)

2010 17 16 T21 (15) T30 (17) T15 (19) T9 (17)

2011 40 32 MC (40) T16 (36) T31 (40)

2012 12 4 T38 (5) T47 (8) T12 (9) T15 (12)

2013  18 DNP (25) T27 (28) 1

To Win the FedExCup – No. 4 Zach Johnson

• If he wins the TOUR Championship, he wins the FedExCup

• Has a reasonable chance of winning with a second-place finish

• Can finish as low as T-3 and still have a mathematical chance of winning

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Matt Kuchar – No. 5

Matt Kuchar is one of five multiple winners in 2013, recording multiple victories in a season for the first time in

his career by winning the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship and the Memorial

Tournament presented by Nationwide Insurance. The Georgia Tech grad has been one of the most consistent

players on the PGA TOUR since 2009, with five of his six career wins and 41 top-10 finishes. In the first three

seasons of the FedExCup, Kuchar finished 92

stride in the competition, however, finishing a career-best second in 2010, sixth in 2011 and 18

Kuchar enters the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola inside the top five in the standings for the third time in the

last four years. In 2010, Kuchar arrived at East Lake No. 1 in the FedExCup standings after a victory at The

Barclays, while he was No. 5 in 2011 after a runner-up finish at The Barclays. He would go on to finish No. 2

and No. 6 in 2010 and 2011, respectively.

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW TOUR Champ

2007 92 92 T35 (90) T41 (92)

2008 115 81 MC (107) MC (115)

2009 40 77 T28 (60) T15 (46) T10 (40)

2010 2 9 1 (1) T11 (1) T3 (1) T25 (2)

2011 6 12 2 (2) T25 (2) T22 (5) T20 (6)

2012 18 9 T38 (11) T35 (13) T54 (16) T10 (18)

2013  2 T19 (4) T4 (4) T24 (5)

To win the FedExCup – No. 5 Matt Kuchar

• If he wins the TOUR Championship, he wins the FedExCup

• Can finish as low as a 2-way tie for 2nd and still have a mathematical chance of winning

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(2008) and 40

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(2009). He has since found his

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in 2012.

Steve Stricker – No. 6

One of only three players to advance to the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola in each of the first seven years

of the FedExCup (Phil Mickelson, Hunter Mahan), Steve Stricker returns to East Lake Golf Club in search of his

first top 10 at the event since a sixth-place finish in 2009.  Stricker proved this year that the quality of starts is

more important than the quantity when it comes to collecting FedExCup points.  In a limited schedule this

season, Stricker still delivered seven top 10s, with two of those coming in the FedExCup Playoffs (T2 at the

Deutsche Bank Championship, which earned him an automatic berth on the U.S. Presidents Cup Team; T4 at

the BMW Championship).  In 12 tournaments, Stricker’s worst finish was a T38.  His strong performance

throughout the history of the FedExCup Playoffs has amassed some interesting records, such as the most sub-

70 round (59), which is nine more than his closest competitors – Jim Furyk and Phil Mickelson with 50.

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW TOUR Champ

2007 2 12 1 (1) T9 (2) 3 (2) 17 (2)

2008 14 21 T19 (16) T13 (13) T10 (12) T24 (14)

2009 3 2 T2 (2) 1 (1) T53 (2) 6 (3)

2010 7 2 T3 (2) 9 (2) T8 (4) T25 (7)

2011 18 2 T24 (7) T42 (8) WD (12) 15 (18)

2012 20 10 T54 (16) T13 (10) T26 (13) 22 (20)

2013  20 DNP (28) 2 (8) T4 (6)

To win the FedExCup – No. 6 Steve Stricker

• Must win the TOUR Championship AND

• Tiger Woods (No. 1) must finish T2 or worse

• Can finish second and still have a mathematical chance of winning

Graham DeLaet – No. 7

Graham DeLaet is enjoying the best season of his golf career since making it to the PGA TOUR for the first time

in 2010.  He has set career highs for top 25s (12) and top 10s (7), including a runner-up finish at The Barclays

and a third-place finish at the Deutsche Bank Championship.  His two top-three finishes within the FedExCup

Playoffs vaulted him into seventh place in the points race and headed to the TOUR Championship presented by

Coca-Cola for the first time.  DeLaet’s stellar play also helped him make the International Presidents Cup Team,

becoming only the second Canadian to compete in the event (Mike Weir).

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW TOUR Champ

2010 124 123 MC (124)

2011 262 262

2012 18 106 T5 (44) MC (60) T37 (53)

2013  34 T2 (7) 3 (5)                    T28 (7)

To win the FedExCup – No. 7 Graham DeLaet

• Must win the TOUR Championship AND

• Tiger Woods (No. 1) must finish in a three-way tie for 2

• Henrik Stenson (No. 2) must finish T-2 or worse

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Phil Mickelson – No. 8

In a season highlighted by his fifth major championship – The Open Championship – Phil Mickelson also

recorded a victory at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. During his win in Phoenix, Mickelson’s putt to

shoot 59 lipped out on the final hole. Mickelson also finished runner up at the U.S. Open (a record sixth runnerup finish at the event). Mickelson has won multiple events 14 times in his career. With wins in each of the last 10

seasons on the PGA TOUR, he owns the longest active streak. Mickelson has won at least one tournament in

20 different TOUR seasons, trailing only Sam Snead (24) and Jack Nicklaus (21). In 16 previous appearances,

he is a two-time winner of the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola (2000, 2009).  Mickelson, Steve Stricker and

Hunter Mahan are the only three players to advance to the TOUR Championship in each of the first seven years

of the FedExCup.

Mickelson joins Tiger Woods (1999, 2007), Adam Scott (2006) and Brandt Snedeker (2012) as past TOUR

Championship winners who made this year’s field.

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW TOUR Champ

2007 3 4 T7 (5) 1 (1) DNP (3) 20 (3)

2008 7 3 T19 (4) T73 (8) T17 (9) T3 (7)

2009 2 6 T52 (10) T27 (12) T30 (14) 1 (2)

2010 13 4 MC (10) T25 (14) T8 (10) T22 (13)

2011 15 6 T43 (11) T10 (10) T56 (13) 10 (15)

2012 5 14 T38 (17) T4 (9) T2 (4) T15 (5)

2013  4 T6 (3) T41 (6) T33 (8)

To win the FedExCup – No. 8 Phil Mickelson

• Must win the TOUR Championship, AND

• Tiger Woods (No. 1) must finish third or worse*

• Henrik Stenson (No. 2) must finish T-2 or worse*

• Adam Scott (No. 3) must finish second or worse.*

Justin Rose – No. 9

Justin Rose broke through in 2013 with his first major championship win at the U.S. Open. His season has also

included runner-up finishes at the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard and The Barclays. Rose

continues to make significant progress in the FedExCup Playoffs. He finished T16 in the inaugural competition

in 2007, then fell off to No. 114 in 2008 and No. 85 in 2009, before strong showings the last three seasons,

finishing 15

TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola.

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW TOUR Champ

2007 16 22 T14 (22) CUT (23) T5 (16) T11 (16)

2008 114 78 DNP (103 DNP (114)

2009 85 91 T41 (80) T54 (85)

2010 15 5 T15 (4) CUT (10) T21 (13) T15 (15)

2011 5 44 T6 (27) T68 (34) 1 (3) T20 (5)

2012 6 12 T46 (15) MC (22) T16 (24) 2 (6)

2013  7 T2 (5) T16 (7) T33 (9)

To win the FedExCup – No. 9 Justin Rose

• Must win the TOUR Championship, AND

• Tiger Woods (No. 1) must finish in a 3-way tie for third or worse

• Henrik Stenson (No. 2) must finish third or worse

• Adam Scott (No. 3) must finish T-2 or worse

• Zach Johnson (No. 4) must finish second or worse*

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(2010), fifth (2011) and sixth (2012). Rose finished runner-up to Brandt Snedeker at last year’s

Brandt Snedeker – No. 10

Brandt Snedeker has experienced the ups and downs of the FedExCup. In 2007, Snedeker was voted PGA

TOUR Rookie of the Year after becoming the only rookie to advance to the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola

in the first year of the FedExCup (since then, five additional players have done so, including rookie Jordan

Spieth this year). But in 2009, his four-putt at the 72

TOUR Championship.  Then in 2011, he shot 61 during the final round of The Barclays, allowing him to jump

from a T29 to T3 finish and moving him to No. 6 in the standings.

Last year, Snedeker entered the TOUR Championship at No. 5 in the standings and in control of his own

destiny. With his victory at the TOUR Championship, Snedeker became the fifth different player to win the

coveted FedExCup, joining Bill Haas-2011, Jim Furyk-2010, Tiger Woods-2009, 2007 and Vijay Singh-2008.

Snedeker is the first FedExCup champion to return to East Lake Golf Club for a chance to defend his title the

following year. Snedeker has recorded a career-high nine top-10 finishes, including wins at the AT&T Pebble

Beach National Pro-Am and the RBC Canadian Open, and a T8 at the BMW Championship leading into the

Playoffs Finale.  He is tied with Bill Haas for most top-10 finishes on TOUR so far this season with nine.

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW TOUR Champ

2007 20 9 CUT (14) T47 (17) T14 (15) T29 (20)

2008 34 49 T68 (35) T27 (29) T55 (34)

2009 33 64 T12 (44) T32 (42) T10 (33)

2010 37 40 CUT (53) T5 (31) T37 (37)

2011 8 18 T3 (6) T3 (5) T22 (6) T16 (8)

2012 1 19 2 (2) 6 (4) T37 (5) 1st (1)

2013  3 MC (6) T47 (9) T8 (10)

To win the FedExCup – No. 10 Brandt Snedeker

• Must win the TOUR Championship, AND

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hole of the BMW Championship cost him a spot in the

• Tiger Woods  (No. 1) must finish fifth or worse

• Henrik Stenson (No. 2) must finish in a 3-way tie for third or worse

• Adam Scott (No. 3) must finish in a 3-way tie for second or worse

• Zach Johnson (No. 4) must finish T-2 or worse

• Matt Kuchar (No. 5) must finish second or worse*

Jim Furyk – No. 11

Jim Furyk, the 2010 FedExCup champion, has yet to win this year, but has enjoyed a successful PGA TOUR

season, highlighted by a second-round 59 at last week’s BMW Championship, making him only the sixth player

in TOUR history to card that magical number.  In the final group at this year’s PGA Championship, Furyk posted

a respectable 71 on Sunday, but finished in second place behind Jason Dufner.  Furyk has six other top-10

finishes this season, including a T6 in the first Playoffs event, The Barclays, and a third-place finish at the BMW

Championship, which moved him from No. 15 in the standings to No. 11.  This season will mark his sixth trip to

East Lake in the seven-year history of the FedExCup.

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW TOUR Champ

2007 11 3 T25 (7) T55 (7) T14 (8) T11 (11)

2008 5 15 T12 (10) T7 (5) T3 (4) T6 (5)

2009 4 16 T15 (18) T8 (18) T2 (3) T7 (4)

2010 1 3 DQ (8) T37 (11) T15 (11) 1 (1)

2011 36 60 T52 (60) 6 (35) T22 (36)

2012 15 17 CUT (25) T13 (17) 9 (18) 7 (15)

2013  23 T6 (14) T27 (15) 3 (11)

To win the FedExCup – No. 11 Jim Furyk

• Must win the TOUR Championship, AND

• Tiger Woods  (No. 1) must finish T-6 or worse

• Henrik Stenson (No. 2) must finish T-4 or worse

• Adam Scott (No. 3) must finish T-3 or worse

• Zach Johnson (No. 4) must finish in a 3-way tie for second or worse

• Matt Kuchar (No. 5) must finish T-2 or worse

Nick Watney – No. 12

This season marks Nick Watney’s fifth consecutive time qualifying for the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola.

But it wasn’t easy.  With a second-place place finish at the BMW Championship last week, Nick Watney jumped

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all the way to No. 12 and earned a return trip to Atlanta.  He was one of two players player to advance

to East Lake from outside the top 30 going into Chicago (Luke Donald).  Two of Watney’s four top-10 finishes

this year have come in the Playoffs (T9-The Barclays).  Watney has a history of success in the Playoffs; last

year, he won The Barclays en route to a 4

finished worse than 12

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW TOUR Champ

2007 41 35 T25 (33) CUT (37) T59 (41)

2008 109 111 T62 (83) CUT (109)

2009 12 13 T6 (7) T46 (11) T30 (12) T13 (12)

2010 12 29 T36 (32) T33 (30) T15 (28) T4 (12)

2011 9 1 T10 (3) T61 (7) T22 (7) T26 (9)

2012 4 49 1 (1) T20 (2) T45 (3) 28 (4)

2013  63 T9 (35) T35 (34) 2 (12)

To win the FedExCup – No. 12 Nick Watney

• Must win the TOUR Championship, AND

• Tiger Woods  (No. 1) must finish in a 3-way tie for 6

• Henrik Stenson (No. 2) must finish T-4 or worse

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-place finish in the FedExCup.  In the last four seasons, he’s never

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in the FedExCup.

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or worse

• Adam Scott (No. 3) must finish T-3 or worse

• Zach Johnson (No. 4) must finish in a 3-way tie for second or worse

• Matt Kuchar (No. 5) must finish T-2 or worse

Jordan Spieth – No. 13

At 20 years, 1 month and 26 days as of Sunday’s final round at this year’s TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola,

Jordan Spieth is the youngest player to play in the event (Woods was 20 years, 9 months, 27 days on Sunday of

the 1996 tournament).  Spieth started the 2013 season without status on the PGA TOUR. The 20-year-old from

the University of Texas began the year by playing in TOUR events via tournament sponsor exemptions with

hopes of earning enough money to gain his card for next season. A runner-up finish at the Puerto Rico Open

followed by a T7 at the Tampa Bay Championship put Spieth in good position to reach that goal. More top-10

finishes came at the RBC Heritage (T9), the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial (T7) and the AT&T National

(6).

Spieth then made history at the John Deere Classic when, at age 19 years, 11 months, 18 days, he became the

youngest winner on the PGA TOUR since Ralph Guldahl won the 1931 Santa Monica Open at age 19 years, 2

months, 4 days. Since 1900, Spieth is only the fourth player under age 20 to win on TOUR. The win was

highlighted by a holed 45-foot bunker shot on the 72nd hole to force sudden death with defending champion

Zach Johnson and David Hearn. With the win, he earned full membership on TOUR and became eligible for the

FedExCup Playoffs. He lost in a playoff two weeks later at the Wyndham Championship to finish T2, and his T4

at the Deutsche Bank Championship on Monday gave him his eighth top-10 finish of the season, which is tied

for third-most on TOUR, behind Bill Haas and Brandt Snedeker, who have nine.

He is the second player to start a PGA TOUR season with no status and reach the TOUR Championship by

Coca-Cola, joining Tiger Woods (1996), but Spieth is the first to do it in the FedExCup era.  He will also the

youngest U.S. player to participate in The Presidents Cup, selected by U.S. Team Captain Fred Couples as one

of his two captain’s picks.

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW TOUR Champ

2013  8 T19 (9) T4 (10) T16 (13)

To win the FedExCup – No. 13 Jordan Spieth

• Must win the TOUR Championship, AND

• Tiger Woods (No. 1) must finish T-7 or worse

• Henrik Stenson (No. 2) must finish T-4 or worse

• Adam Scott (No. 3) must finish T-3 or worse

• Zach Johnson (No. 4) must finish in a 3-way tie for second or worse

• Matt Kuchar (No. 5) must finish T-2 or worse

Jason Day – No. 14

In 2013, Jason Day built on his reputation as a player who plays his best in the biggest tournaments.  He posted

three top-three finishes this year in the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship, the

Masters and the U.S. Open.  He had four other top-10 finishes, including a T8 at the PGA Championship and a

T4 at the BMW Championship heading into the Playoffs Finale.  He’s been among the top 30 in the FedExCup

standings since a sixth-place finish at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am in February.

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW TOUR Champ

2008 83 127 T31 (96) T50 (83)

2009 48 67 T12 (46) T19 (37) T59 (48)

2010 8 28 T5 (14) T2 (4) T54 (6) T17 (8)

2011 12 14 T13 (15) T3 (6) T49 (10) T6 (12)

2012 87 113 T24 (88) T51 (87)

2013  14 T25 (16) T13 (12) T4 (14)

To win the FedExCup – No. 14 Jason Day

• Must win the TOUR Championship, AND

• Tiger Woods (No. 1) must finish T-8 or worse

• Henrik Stenson (No. 2) must finish T-4 or worse

• Adam Scott (No. 3) must finish T-3 or worse

• Zach Johnson (No. 4) must finish in a 3-way tie for second or worse

• Matt Kuchar (No. 5) must finish T-2 or worse

Hunter Mahan – No. 15

In 2013, Hunter Mahan has enjoyed one of the more interesting years of his career, not to mention his life.

Mahan joins Steve Stricker and Phil Mickelson as the only players to advance to the TOUR Championship by

Coca-Cola in each of the first seven years of the FedExCup.  He had opportunities to win his first major

championship but settled for top-10 finishes in both the U.S. Open and Open Championship.  He nearly

defended his World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship title, but lost in the finals to Matt

Kuchar.  After capturing the 36-hole lead at the RBC Canadian Open, Mahan chose to withdraw to be with his

wife Kandi for the birth of their first child, Zoe.  Returning two weeks later, Mahan picked up right where he left

off, posting top-25 finishes in each of the first three Playoff events to earn his spot in the TOUR Championship,

with a T4 finish at the BMW Championship moving him from No. 18 to No. 15 heading into the Playoffs Finale,

which ties with 2010 as his best rank headed to Atlanta (finished 18

in the FedExCup came in 2011 when he finished seventh, nearly winning the TOUR Championship in a

memorable playoff with eventual tournament and FedExCup champion Bill Haas.

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW TOUR Champ

2007 15 15 T17 (16) MC (19) T30 (20) T5 (15)

2008 18 31 T31 (25) T15 (20) T8 (16) T17 (18)

2009 27 14 T20 (15) T36 (21) T38 (23) 24 (27)

2010 18 7 T31 (7) T33 (8) T37 (15) T15 (18)

2011 7 20 T43 (24) T8 (18) T42 (21) 2 (7)

2012 19 6 CUT (12) T39 (14) 70 (23) T8 (19)

2013  21 T25 (21) T13 (18) T4 (15)

To win the FedExCup – No. 15 Hunter Mahan

• Must win the TOUR Championship, AND

• Tiger Woods  (No. 1) must finish ninth or worse*

• Henrik Stenson (No. 2) must finish T-4 or worse*

• Adam Scott (No. 3) must finish T-3 or worse

• Zach Johnson (No. 4) must finish in a 3-way tie for second or worse

• Matt Kuchar (No. 5) must finish T-2 or worse

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that year in the FedExCup).  His best finish

Keegan Bradley – No. 16

Even though Keegan Bradley hasn’t won this season like he did his first two years on the PGA TOUR, he has

still enjoyed a successful campaign in 2013.  At two tournaments where he had previously won (HP Byron

Nelson Championship and the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational), Bradley posted secondplace finishes this year.  In addition, he posted four consecutive top-10 finishes, beginning with the start of the

Southern Swing at The Honda Classic.  He has never been outside the top 30 in the FedExCup standings since

a T4 to open the season at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions.

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW TOUR Champ

2011 20 5 Cut (14) Cut (19) T16 (20) T11 (20)

2012 21 8 Cut (13) T13 (12) T59 (14) T23 (21)

2013  10 T33 (11) T16 (11) T16 (16)

To win the FedExCup – No. 16 Keegan Bradley

• Must win the TOUR Championship, AND

• Tiger Woods  (No. 1) must finish in a 3-way tie for ninth or worse

• Henrik Stenson (No. 2) must finish in a 3-way tie for fourth or worse

• Adam Scott (No. 3) must finish T-3 or worse

• Zach Johnson (No. 4) must finish third or worse

• Matt Kuchar (No. 5) must finish T-2 or worse

Gary Woodland – No. 17

This is the second time Gary Woodland has qualified for the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola.  Last year,

Woodland struggled with his game and nagging injuries and didn’t qualify for the FedExCup Playoffs.  This year,

Woodland rebounded with a victory at the Reno-Tahoe Open.  He was able to take advantage of his prodigious

length in the altitude to amass the most points in the modified Stableford scoring format, although it was his

short game that carried him to victory; a chip in for birdie at the 14

was the difference.  The victory gave him momentum heading into the FedExCup Playoffs, and Woodland

nearly won The Barclays, finishing just one shot behind Adam Scott.  In the last two months, Woodland has

gone from being just inside the bubble to qualify for the Playoffs to a realistic opportunity to win the FedExCup.

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW TOUR Champ

2011 17 10 T13 (10) T25 (11) T16 (11) T13 (17)

2012 134

2013  60 T2 (10) T41 (14) T18 (17)

To win the FedExCup – No. 17 Gary Woodland

• Must win the TOUR Championship, AND

• Tiger Woods  (No. 1) must finish in a 3-way tie for tenth or worse

• Henrik Stenson (No. 2) must finish in a 3-way tie for fourth or worse

• Adam Scott (No. 3) must finish in a 3-way tie for third or worse

• Zach Johnson (No. 4) must finish third or worse

• Matt Kuchar (No. 5) must finish T-2 or worse

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followed by a clutch birdie putt on the 15

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Bill Haas – No. 18

Bill Haas won for the fourth consecutive season by claiming his fifth PGA TOUR victory at the AT&T National in

July. His season includes career-best numbers in top 10s (9) and top-25 finishes (15). One of four previous

winners of the FedExCup (2011) who have returned to East Lake this year (and are inside the top 20 in the

standings), Haas missed a chance to defend his title last year, finishing No. 32 following the BMW

Championship. Haas is the only winner of the FedExCup to win the trophy from outside of the top 20 at the

TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola. Haas was ranked No. 25 when he won the FedExCup in 2011, a victory

that included his memorable shot from the edge of the water on the second playoff hole (No. 17) against Hunter

Mahan. Haas’ par-saving up and down pushed the playoff to the 18

tournament and the FedExCup.

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW TOUR Champ

2007 126 125 T48 (126)

2008 73 107 T55 (81) T69 (73)

2009 41 82 T24 (62) T15 (47) T10 (41)

2010 31 26 T47 (31) T22 (28) T30 (31)

2011 1 15 T24 (18) T61 (24) T16 (25) 1

2012 32 21 Cut (29) T35 (28) T45 (32)

2013  5 T25 (8) MC (17) T28 (18)

To win the FedExCup – No. 18 Bill Haas

• Must win the TOUR Championship, AND

• Tiger Woods  (No. 1) must finish T-11 or worse

• Henrik Stenson (No. 2) must finish fifth or worse

• Adam Scott (No. 3) must finish in a 3-way tie for third or worse

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, where Haas was able to win the

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• Zach Johnson (No. 4)  must finish third or worse

• Matt Kuchar (No. 5) must finish in a 3-way tie for second or worse

Kevin Streelman – No. 19

Kevin Streelman joined the PGA TOUR circle of champions this season with a win at the Tampa Bay

Championship.  His impressive, bogey-free, weekend rounds of 65-67 delivered his first TOUR title.  But he

didn’t rest on his laurels.  He backed up his first victory with a third-place finish at the RBC Heritage and a tie for

second at THE PLAYERS Championship.  He has posted a total of five top-10 finishes so far this season.  This

year marks Streelman’s second trip to the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola.

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW TOUR Champ

2008 35 102 T4 (37) T50 (33) T22 (35)

2009 76 86 T20 (83) T36 (78)

2010 25 103 T3 (18) T45 (18) T43 (29) T9 (25)

2011 72 71 T32 (58) Cut (72)

2012 112 109 T61 (112)

2013  13 T19 (12) T41 (16) T33 (19)

To win the FedExCup – No. 19 Kevin Streelman

• Must win the TOUR Championship, AND

• Tiger Woods  (No. 1) must finish T-12 or worse

• Henrik Stenson (No. 2) must finish fifth or worse

• Adam Scott (No. 3) must finish in a 3-way tie for third or worse

• Zach Johnson (No. 4) must finish third or worse

• Matt Kuchar (No. 5) must finish in a 3-way tie for second or worse

• Steve Stricker (No. 6) must finish T-2 or worse

Jason Dufner – No. 20

This season is a year of redemption for Jason Dufner.  He celebrated a popular victory at the PGA

Championship at Oak Hill this August thanks to his spectacular ball-striking ability.  It’s difficult to remember

another recent major champion who played in the final group and produced three kick-in birdies in the final

round en route to victory.  Just two years prior, Dufner seemed to have the PGA Championship in hand until he

suffered a playoff defeat to Keegan Bradley.  Although the major championship was also his first victory since

winning twice in May 2012, the streaky Dufner was trending in the right direction.  He posted a pair of T4s at the

U.S. Open and World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational leading up to the PGA Championship.  He

has now qualified for the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola three consecutive seasons and four overall.

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW TOUR Champ

2007 127 128 T25 (128)

2009 11 42 CUT (57) T2 (9) T30 (10) T19 (11)

2010 65 61 CUT (81) T18 (65) T45 (65)

2011 25 25 CUT (29) T31 (29) T6 (22) T13 (25)

2012 14 2 DNP (6) T18 (7) T28 (10) T20 (14)

2013  15 T37 (19) T9 (13) T54 (20)

To win the FedExCup – No. 20 Jason Day

• Must win the TOUR Championship, AND

• Tiger Woods  (No. 1) must finish in a 3-way tie for 12

• Henrik Stenson (No. 2) must finish fifth or worse

• Adam Scott (No. 3) must finish in a 3-way tie for third or worse

• Zach Johnson (No. 4) must finish third or worse

• Matt Kuchar (No. 5) must finish in a 3-way tie for second or worse

• Steve Stricker (No. 6) must finish T-2 or worse

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or worse

Webb Simpson – No. 21

Although the 2012 U.S. Open champion has yet to win this year, Simpson has been a model of consistency.  He

finished among the top 25 on 14 occasions, including four top 10s.  He nearly won the RBC Heritage in a playoff

with Graeme McDowell, but saw his birdie try from off the green burn the edge of the cup and then get blown

away by fickle Calibogue Sound winds.  He missed the comeback putt for par and had to settle for second

place.  This is his third consecutive TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola start.

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW   TOUR Champ

2009 62 85 8 (41) CUT (51) T61 (62)

2010 85 94 T36 (80) CUT (85)

2011 2 3 T10 (4) 1 (1) 5 (1) 22 (2)

2012 16 13 MC (20) T18 (19) T51 (25) T5 (16)

2013  17 T15 (18) T53 (20) T24 (21)

To win the FedExCup – No. 21 Webb Simpson

• Must win the TOUR Championship, AND

• Tiger Woods (No. 1) must finish 13th or worse*

• Henrik Stenson (No. 2) must finish fifth or worse*

• Adam Scott (No. 3) must finish in a 3-way tie for third or worse

• Zach Johnson (No. 4) must finish third or worse*

• Matt Kuchar (No. 5) must finish in a 3-way tie for second or worse

• Steve Stricker (No. 6) must finish T-2 or worse

Billy Horschel – No. 22

Great things in golf were always expected from Billy Horschel, and he achieved great things on the PGA TOUR

in 2013.  Horschel got off to a hot start by making his first eight cuts of the season.  Then he nearly won the

Shell Houston Open, missing a playoff by one stroke.  The next week, he finished tied for third at the Valero

Texas Open and posted a top 10 the following week at the RBC Heritage.  So Horschel was red hot when he

teed it up at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.  In contention on Sunday again, Horschel blitzed TPC New

Orleans with a final-round 64 to win by one.  His 25-footer for birdie and the emotional win was matched by at

least 25 fist pumps in celebration.  Horschel followed up that victory with a chance to win the U.S. Open before

settling for a T4.  He remained in the top five in the FedExCup standings for most of the second half of the

season en route to his first TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola appearance.

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW   TOUR Champ

2011 170

2012 143

2013  6 CUT (17) T70 (22) T18 (22)

To win the FedExCup – No. 22 Billy Horschel

• Must win the TOUR Championship, AND

• Tiger Woods  (No. 1) must finish in a 3-way tie for 13

• Henrik Stenson (No. 2) must finish T-5 or worse

• Adam Scott (No. 3) must finish in a 3-way tie for third or worse

• Zach Johnson (No. 4) must finish T-3 or worse

• Matt Kuchar (No. 5) must finish in a 3-way tie for second or worse

• Steve Stricker (No. 6) must finish T-2 or worse

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or worse

Charl Schwartzel – No. 23

Charl Schwartzel entered the 2013 PGA TOUR season as perhaps the hottest player on the planet.  In

December 2012, he won a European Tour event by 12 strokes and an Asian Tour event by 11 strokes.  He got

off to a torrid start in the United States with a T3 at his first event, the Northern Trust Open.  Although has yet to

enter the winner’s circle on the PGA TOUR this year, he played well enough to post 13 top 25s in only 18 starts,

including another third-place finish at the HP Byron Nelson Championship.  The 2011 Masters champ makes it

back to the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola for the second consecutive season.

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW TOUR Champ

2011 32 21 DNP (28) T25 (47) T6 (33)

2012 61 90 T24 (71) T47 (68) T28 (61)

2013  33 T25 (29) T22 (29) T18 (23)

To win the FedExCup – No. 23 Charl Schwartzel

• Must win the TOUR Championship, AND

• Tiger Woods  (No. 1) must finish 15th or worse*

• Henrik Stenson (No. 2) must finish T-5 or worse

• Adam Scott (No. 3) must finish in a 3-way tie for third or worse

• Zach Johnson (No. 4) must finish T-3 or worse

• Matt Kuchar (No. 5) must finish in a 3-way tie for second or worse

• Steve Stricker (No. 6) must finish T-2 or worse

Roberto Castro – No. 25

In just his second season on TOUR, Roberto Castro has made it to the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola for

the first time, a homecoming of sorts for this Georgia Tech grad.  After a nice rookie season that saw him finish

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in the FedExCup, Castro struggled at the beginning of 2013, missing seven cuts in his first 12 starts.  His

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game began to come around when he startled the golf world with an opening-round, course-record-tying 63 at

THE PLAYERS Championship.  He finished T19 at THE PLAYERS and backed that up with two more top-25

finishes.  Then he posted the first two top-10 finishes of his career, including a runner up at AT&T National.  At

the Deutsche Bank Championship, Castro was in the final group in the final round before falling back to finish

T9.  He finished 15

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW TOUR Champ

2012 77 100 T24 (80) T51 (77)

2013  41 T25 (34) T9 (25) 15 (24)

To win the FedExCup – No. 24 Roberto Castro

• Must win the TOUR Championship, AND

• Tiger Woods  (No. 1) must finish 17th or worse*

• Henrik Stenson (No. 2) must finish in a 3-way tie for fifth or worse

• Adam Scott (No. 3) must finish in a 3-way tie for third or worse

• Zach Johnson (No. 4) must finish T-3 or worse

• Matt Kuchar (No. 5) must finish in a 3-way tie for second or worse

• Steve Stricker (No. 6) must finish T-2 or worse

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at the BMW Championship.

Sergio Garcia – No. 25

Sergio Garcia has had an up-and-down season off the golf course, but he has played well week in and week

out; except for a withdrawal from the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard, his worst finish in the

first four months of 2013 was a T17.  He had a chance to win his second PLAYERS Championship, but rinsed

two balls in the water at the island 17

looked like Garcia might make it all the way to the winner’s circle.  He blistered TPC Boston with remarkable

rounds of 65-64-65 to open a two-shot lead.  However, he struggled home with a final-round 73 to finish tied for

fourth.  Nonetheless, Garcia’s steady play throughout the season has him back at East Lake for the fourth time

in his career.  He finished second here in 2008 after a playoff loss to Camilo Villegas, which led him to his

career-best FedExCup finish (third).

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW TOUR Champ

2007 9 13 T25 (18) T17 (16) 9 (10) 4 (9)

2008 3 12 P2 (2) T5 (2) T20 (3) P2 (3)

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hole in the final round.  At the Deutsche Bank Championship, though, it

2009 38 89 T31 (71) 26 (55) T6 (38)

2010 109 101

2011 44 59 T32 (53) T31 (53) T12 (44)

2012 17 33 T3 (10) DNP (15) T24 (12) T15 (17)

2013  59  (T37) 55 T4 (24) T18 (25)

To win the FedExCup – No. 25 Sergio Garcia

• Must win the TOUR Championship, AND

• Tiger Woods  (No. 1) must finish 19th or worse*

• Henrik Stenson (No. 2) must finish in a 3-way tie for fifth or worse

• Adam Scott (No. 3) must finish fourth or worse

• Zach Johnson (No. 4) must finish T-3 or worse

• Matt Kuchar (No. 5) must finish in a 3-way tie for second or worse

• Steve Stricker (No. 6) must finish T-2 or worse

Boo Weekley – No. 26

There were signs in March that Boo Weekley was making a comeback to the upper echelon of TOUR players

when he fired a final-round 63 at the challenging Copperhead Course at Innisbrook to finish second at the

Tampa Bay Championship.  Two months later at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial, Weekley’s superior

ball striking delivered four rounds in the 60s and his first PGA TOUR title in five years.  Weekley qualified for the

first two editions of the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola in the FedExCup era, but he didn’t finish within the

top 100 in points each of the last three seasons (including falling as far as 180

again, Weekley shot four rounds under par at the Deutsche Bank Championship en route to a return trip to East

Lake.

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW   TOUR Champ

2007 25 17 T35 (20) T41 (20) T57 (22) T21 (25)

2008 33 14 CUT (36) T27 (31) T28 (33)

2009 73 71 T41 (64) T54 (73)

2010 98 82 CUT (96) CUT (98)

2011 157

2012 123 123 CUT (123)

2013  12 T58 (20) T35 (19) T54 (26)

To win the FedExCup – No. 26 Boo Weekley

• Must win the TOUR Championship, AND

• Tiger Woods (No. 1) must finish 21

• Henrik Stenson (No. 2) must finish sixth or worse*

• Adam Scott (No. 3) must finish fourth or worse*

• Zach Johnson (No. 4) must finish T-3 or worse

• Matt Kuchar (No. 5) must finish in a 3-way tie for second or worse

• Steve Stricker (No. 6) must finish T-2 or worse

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in 2011).  Healthy and confident

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or worse*

Brendon de Jonge – No. 27

Although still looking for his maiden PGA TOUR victory, Brendon de Jonge is having his best season in his sixyear career.  He boasts 12 top-25 finishes this year, including three in the FedExCup Playoffs.  At the Deutsche

Bank Championship, he recorded his fourth tournament with all four rounds in the 60s and his fourth top 10 of

the season.  The Zimbabwe native leads the PGA TOUR with 384 birdies.  No wonder compatriot and

International Team Captain Nick Price chose him as one of his captain’s picks for The Presidents Cup this

October.  This will be de Jonge’s first TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola start.

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW TOUR Champ

2009 137

2010 51 25 CUT (37) T45 (40) T63 (51)

2011 60 46 T58 (52) CUT (64) T31 (60)

2012 57 41 CUT (56) T60 (65) T28 (57)

2013  51 T19 (38) T9 (26) T18 (27)

To win the FedExCup – No. 27 Brendon de Jonge

• Must win the TOUR Championship, AND

• Tiger Woods  (No. 1) must finish 23

• Henrik Stenson (No. 2) must finish T-6 or worse

• Adam Scott (No. 3) must finish T-4 or worse

• Zach Johnson (No. 4) must finish T-3 or worse

• Matt Kuchar (No. 5) must finish in a 3-way tie for second or worse

• Steve Stricker (No. 6) must finish T-2 or worse

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or worse*

D.A. Points – No. 28

You’d think someone with the name Points would do well in the FedExCup, right?  Well, D.A. Points is on his

way to his first TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola, and he is enjoying his best season on TOUR in 2013,

thanks largely to his victory at the Shell Houston Open and a runner-up finish at the Zurich Classic of New

Orleans.  In Houston, Points needed to make a par putt of 13’ 5” in the setting sun, and he relied on a putter

he’d originally “borrowed” from his mother from his junior golf days.  He and the putter came through in the

clutch, and he won his second career victory by one shot.  A T6 at The Barclays helped him earn a trip to East

Lake.

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW   TOUR Champ

2009 72 84 T31 (68) T49 (72)

2010 82 78 G47 (74) CUT 82

2011 56 27  CUT (34) CUT (49) T53 (56)

2012 63 50 CUT (72) T20 (54) T56 (63)

2013  25 T6 (15) CUT (21) T57 (28)

To win the FedExCup – No. 28 D.A. Points

• Must win the TOUR Championship, AND

• Tiger Woods  (No. 1) must finish 25

• Henrik Stenson (No. 2) must finish T-6 or worse

• Adam Scott (No. 3) must finish T-4 or worse

• Zach Johnson (No. 4) must finish T-3 or worse

• Matt Kuchar (No. 5) must finish in a 3-way tie for second or worse

• Steve Stricker (No. 6) must finish T-2 or worse

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or worse*

Luke Donald – No. 29

Luke Donald waited until the last moment to secure his place in the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola, but it

came at a predictable place – at the BMW Championship at Conway Farms, where he has been a member for

more than 10 years, dating back to his collegiate career at Northwestern.  Donald entered the event ranked No.

54 and in serious danger of missing the FedExCup finale for the first time since 2003.  He carded rounds of 70-

70-67-66 to post a T4 finish, his fifth top-10 of the season, and become one of only two players to jump from

outside the top 30 into the TOUR Championship field (Nick Watney).  Donad has finished in the top 10 of the

final FedExCup standings three of the four times in which he’s made it to Atlanta.

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW TOUR Champ

2007 31 23 T60 (T25) T30 (28) T11 (31)

2008 105 44 DNP (71) DNP (105)

2009 30 24 T31 (25) T54 (32) T10 (28) T25 (30)

2010 3 22 T15 (17) T2 (5) T37 (7) 2 (3)

2011 3 4 T18 (5) T3 (4) 4 (4) T3 (3)

2012 9 16 T10 (14) T26 (17) T28 (15) T3 (9)

2013  55 T41 (54) T41 (54) T4 (29)

To win the FedExCup – No. 29 Luke Donald

• Must win the TOUR Championship, AND

• Tiger Woods  (No. 1) must finish 27

• Henrik Stenson (No. 2) must finish in a 3-way tie for sixth or worse

• Adam Scott (No. 3) must finish T-4 or worse

• Zach Johnson (No. 4) must finish T-3 or worse

• Matt Kuchar (No. 5) must finish in a 3-way tie for second or worse

• Steve Stricker (No. 6) must finish T-2 or worse

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or worse*

Dustin Johnson – No. 30

Nobody got off to a better start this season than Dustin Johnson.  He won the season-opening Hyundai

Tournament of Champions by four strokes.  The wind-ravaged tournament in Hawaii was reduced to 54 holes,

and, coincidentally, Johnson has won each of the last three weather-shortened events on the PGA TOUR

(2011-The Barclays; 2009-AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am).  Johnson also contended at the RBC

Canadian Open, but had to settle for a tie for second.  This is his sixth consecutive season with at least one

victory (Phil Mickelson is the only other player who can make that claim), and he is back at the TOUR

Championship by Coca-Cola for the fifth straight time.

Year Final Rank Began Playoffs Rk Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW TOUR Champ

2008 134 117 MC (134)

2009 14 15 T15 (20) T4 (10) T30 (11) 27 (14)

2010 5 11 T9 (6) T57 (16) 1 (2) T22 (5)

2011 4 19 1 (1) T42 (2) T65 (2) T23 (4)

2012 8 26 T3 (8) T4 (6) T6 (7) T10 (8)

2013  16 CUT (22) T27 (23) T62 (30)

To win the FedExCup – No. 30 Dustin Johnson

• Must win the TOUR Championship, AND

• Tiger Woods  (No. 1) must finish 29

• Henrik Stenson (No. 2) must finish in a 3-way tie for sixth or worse

• Adam Scott (No. 3) must finish T-4 or worse

• Zach Johnson (No. 4) must finish T-3 or worse

• Matt Kuchar(No. 5) must finish in a 3-way tie for second or worse

• Steve Stricker (No. 6) must finish T-2 or worse

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or worse*

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