The Tour Championship 2023 is the FedEx Cup season ender! The field size has been cut to 30 from 50 at the BMW Championships leaving a handful of players in with a chance of winning the $18Million prize!
Scottie Scheffler leads the way in the standings and will be hoping for a strong finish to not only win the FedEx Cup but head into next months Ryder Cup in Rome in his best form!
Last years winner was Rory Mcilroy who picked up not only the Tour Championship win but the ultimate FedEx Cup too. This was Rory’s third FedEx Cup, of which no one has won more.
Last week was the penultimate event at the BMW. The standings leading into that event had Jon Rahm leading the way. Fellow Europeans, Rory Mcilry and Viktor Hovland were looking for good weeks to enhance their chances of winning the FedEx.
Team Europe hopefuls had a mixed week with Jon Rahm slipping backwards with a poor week and Rory couldn’t quite get the job done. However Viktor Hovlands incredible final round of 61 grabbed him the win and a surge up the standings leading into this weeks decider.
Established in 1904, East Lake was originally designed by architect Tom Bendelow. His design, which took three years to complete, was short lived. In 1913, the Club hired Donald Ross to completely rework the Bendelow design. Over the years, Ross’ routing remained basically intact. George Cobb did some work in 1959 in preparation for the Club to host the Ryder Cup in 1963. After years of neglect, Rees Jones restored East Lake in 1993. It has been home to the Tour Championship for 22 years offering some of golfs greatest moments.
There is no doubt with so many great players in contention, this week will be a great battle to end the season.
And for those still looking for a captains pick for this years Ryder Cup, now really is the last chance to impress!
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It’s a new season, the Masters is close, spring is around the corner and we can now all get excited about playing more golf. For