The WGC-FedEx St. Jude Championship is underway in Memphis this week but one PGA star is unfortunately going to have to skip it. According to golf insider Jason Sobel, former Masters Champion Hideki Matsuyama has withdrawn from the event today. Per the report, he's dealing with a neck injury. Matsuyama...
Rickie Fowler enters the FedEx Cup Playoffs for the first time in two years, but he’ll do so this year with a new caddie on his bag. Fowler and longtime looper Joe Skovron split following last week’s Wyndham Championship, and Fowler is now in the market for a new caddie.
It’s playoff season and for the next three weeks, the best pros on the PGA Tour will be battling out for *checks notes* $105 million in prize money. The FedEx Cup today looks very different than the first one did back in 2007, when Tiger Woods came home with a measly $10 million, so this guide is meant to prep you for what this year’s edition will look like, with a brief history of how we got to this format.
After some drama about who would and who would not be in the PGA Tour's FedEx Cup playoffs, the field is set. Now, the three-week sprint to the finish begins, starting with the FedEx St. Jude Championship. The top 125 players in the standings are in the field. After this week, the top 70 make the BMW Championship. And finally, the top 30 make the season-ending Tour Championship.
The race for the 2022 FedEx Cup kicks into high gear on Thursday with the St. Jude Championship at TPC Southwind in Memphis, Tenn. The field consists of the top 125 players on the PGA TOUR, with Rory McIlroy standing out as the betting favorite at +1000. Even though there are plenty of stars missing out this week because of their obligations to another professional golf tour, the field this week is loaded with starpower. Joining McIlroy at the top of the board are Scottie Scheffler (+1500), Cam Smith (+1600), Patrick Cantlay (+1600), Justin Thomas (+1800), Xander Schauffele (+1800) and Jon...
This week marks the 16th edition of the Tour's postseason and golf fans are still lukewarm to the concept. John Hawkins can understand why.
After an eventful regular-season finale at the Wyndham Championship, the FedEx Cup Playoffs begin this week at TPC Southwind in Memphis, site of the FedEx St. Jude Championship. Daniel Berger is not in the field this week, which means someone else actually has a chance to win. Hopefully, our expert...