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Fan swipes Bryson DeChambeau's ball at Tour Championship

Bryson DeChambeau had an odd moment with a golf fan for the second straight weekend on Saturday. DeChambeau was competing for a first-place finish at the Tour Championship and was on the 18th hole at East Lake when he hit a wild shot off the tee. He couldn’t find the ball and officials determined a fan picked up the ball and walked away with it. He was awarded a free drop.
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FedExCup payout: What Patrick Cantlay and others won at East Lake

At the FedExCup playoff finale, Patrick Cantlay came away with the grand prize of $15 million, and there were consolation prizes for the remaining 29 players in the field at East Lake. 1st: $15 million - Patrick Cantlay. 2nd: $5 million - Jon Rahm. 3rd: $4 million - Kevin Na.
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Tony Finau finishes 11th at Tour Championship, hopes for Ryder Cup spot

Tony Finau hits from the second tee during the first round of the Tour Championship golf tournament Thursday, Sept. 2, 2021, at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta. (Brynn Anderson, Associated Press) — ON TOUR — Tony Finau turned a middling final round Sunday at the Tour Championship into a solid finish with a birdie on the final hole, but ultimately fell well short of his goal of winning the FedEx Cup with a 2-under-par 68.
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2021 Tour Championship: Winners and Losers at East Lake

Each week on the PGA Tour, there are players who do better than what is expected and those who fall short of what is expected of them. Here at Pro Golf Now, we call them winners and losers. Here are the winners and losers from the 2021 Tour Championship. Winners.
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2021 Tour Championship: Pro Golf Now Staff Picks to Win

The PGA Tour season concludes this week at the Tour Championship in Atlanta. The Top 30 golfers in the FedEx Cup standings come together to compete for the biggest prize in golf. Most of the world’s best players are in this week’s field, so there are plenty of options from...
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Joaquin Niemann sets speed record at TOUR Championship

ATLANTA – Joaquin Niemann was 24 shots off the lead, and the tension was thick. Playing as a single and determined to beat Kevin Na’s speed record (1:59) for an 18-hole round at the TOUR Championship, Niemann had the clubhouse in sight, and he was flying. A group of 30...
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2021 Tour Championship leaderboard breakdown: Patrick Cantlay, Jon Rahm in front seeking $15 million prize

The 2021 Tour Championship has been all about two golfers for the entire week, and they're the same two golfers who on Sunday will play in the final pairing for the third consecutive round. Patrick Cantlay (-20) and Jon Rahm (-18) both shot under par again on Saturday and are beginning to lap the field as they seek the grand prize that comes with winning the FedEx Cup Playoffs.
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Expert Picks: TOUR Championship

How it works: Each week, our experts from PGATOUR.COM will make their selections in PGA TOUR Fantasy Golf. Each lineup consists of four starters and two bench players that can be rotated after each round. Adding to the challenge is that every golfer can be used only three times per each of four Segments. The first fantasy golf game to utilize live ShotLink data, PGA TOUR Fantasy Golf allows you to see scores update live during competition.
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PGA TOUR dreams to be finalized Sunday at Korn Ferry Tour Championship

NEWBURGH, Ind. – Three years ago, Justin Lower faced a 7-foot birdie putt on the final hole of the Korn Ferry Tour Championship presented by United Leasing & Finance. The stakes were clear. With a birdie, Lower would earn his first PGA TOUR card via The Finals 25. Par, and the final spot would go to Lower’s good friend and frequent trivia buddy Jim Knous.
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A look back at Tiger Woods' winning bag at the 2007 TOUR Championship

Tiger Woods’ 2007 FedExCup victory saw him fire rounds of 64-63-64-66 for a resounding eight-stroke victory in the inaugural edition of the FedExCup Playoffs. It was, in short, a vintage performance and a classic example of Woods answering the bell. Woods shot the lowest 72-hole score of his career at...
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