• FedExCup: How Rory, Tiger and co. can still win it

    Jason Day and FedexCup hopes
    Little chance of winning the bounty

    There’s a lot of numbers at play with just one event to go in the FedExCup, here’s what the outsiders need to do if they are to surprise the top five and win the bonus cash on offer.

    Brooks Koepka – 7th

    Brooks Koepka

    Wins the TOUR Championship AND No. 1 finishes in a three-way tie for 2nd or worse, No. 2 finishes T2 or worse and can finish 2nd and still have a mathematical chance of winning the FedExCup.

    Jason Day – 12th

    Jason Day at the Dell Match Play

    Wins the TOUR Championship AND No. 1 finishes in a three-way tie for 6th or worse, No. 2 finishes 4th or worse, No. 3 finishes in a three-way tie for 2nd or worse, No. 4 finishes T2 or worse and No. 5 finishes T2 or worse.

    Rory McIlroy – 17th

    Rory McIlroy

    Win the TOUR Championship AND No. 1 finishes T11 or worse, No. 2 finishes in a three-way tie for 4th or worse, No. 3 finishes T3 or worse, No. 4 finishes in a three-way tie for 2nd or worse, No. 5 finishes T2 or worse and No. 6 finishes T2 or worse.

    Tiger Woods – 20th

    Tiger Woods

    Wins the TOUR Championship AND No. 1 finishes T15 or worse, No. 2 finishes three-way for 5th or worse, No. 3 finishes T3 or worse, No. 4 finishes in a three-way tie for 2nd or worse, No. 5 finishes in a three-way tie for 2nd or worse and No. 6 finishes T2 or worse.

    Rickie Fowler – 23rd

    Rickie Fowler at The Masters

    Wins the TOUR Championship AND No. 1 finishes three-way for 19th or worse, No. 2 finishes T6 or worse, No. 3 finishes T3 or worse, No. 4 finishes in a three-way tie for 2nd or worse, No. 5 finishes in a three-way tie for 2nd or worse and No. 6 finishes T2 or worse.

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