Take a look at the top five players in the FedExCup standings, all of whom will win the $10-million bonus should they prevail at the Tour Championship at East Lake.
Won three events in an eight-start span, including the first two tournaments in the FedExCup playoffs (The Northern Trust, Dell Technologies Championship) to take over the top spot in the points standings.
Won second career WGC title at the HSBC Champions, coming from eight back on the final day with a closing 67, and captured Fort Worth Invitational by three over Brooks Koepka for second win of the season. Nearly won for a third time at the BMW Championship before losing in a playoff to Keegan Bradley.
Has 11 top 10 finishes this season – including all three FedExCup playoffs events – ties Dustin Johnson for most on the PGA Tour this season.
Won the Sentry Tournament of Champions, the FedEx St. Jude Classic and then the RBC Canadian Open.
The reigning FedExCup champion took just two starts to claim his first trophy, winning The CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges. He then beat Luke List in a playoff at The Honda Classic for second win of the season and finished second at WGC – Mexico Championship before his four-stroke win at Bridgestone Invitational.