Who will win the FedEx Cup 2019?

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The countdown has begun for the final event of the FedEx Cup 2019.

The Tour Championship field is locked and all the Top 30 players battling against the odds to win the final event, this weekend at the historic East Lake Golf Club, Atlanta.

Started from August 8th, this three-event championship tournament is now marching towards his final event.

The first event, ‘The Northern Trust’ played at the Liberty National Golf Club is won by Patrick Reed with an impressive score of 16 under. Whereas, the BMW Championship is won by the star golfer Justin Thomas with a score of 25 under for a three-stroke victory at Medinah Country Club. After the spectacular two events, now everyone is looking for who will be the champion of the FedEx Cup 2019.

Let’s take a look at the Top 30 players entering the East Lake for the finals.
 

1. Justin Thomas 16. Paul Casey
2. Patrick Cantlay 17. Justin Rose
3. Brooks Koepka 18. Brandt Snedekar
4. Patrick Reed 19. Rickie Fowler
5. Rory Mcllroy 20. Kevin Kisner
6. John Rahm 21. Marc Leishman
7. Matt Kuchar 22. Tommy Fleetwood
8. Xander schauffele 23. Corey Conners
9. Webb Simpson 24. Sungjae Im
10. Abhraham Ancer 25. Chez  Reavie
11. Gary Woodland 26. Bryson DeChambeau
12. Tony Finau 27. Louis Oosthuizen
13. Adam Scott 28. Charles Howell III
14. Dustin Johnson 29. Lucas Glover
15. Hideki Matsuyama 30. Jason Kokrak

As per the Tour Championship new format the last week BMW Championship winner Justin Thomas, holds the No.1 spot in the standings and will start his play at -10 under, followed by Patrick Cantlay at -8 under, Brooks Koepka at -7 under, Patrick Reed at -6 under, and Rory Mcllroy at -5 under. Whereas players at 6-10 in the standings starts their play at -4 under, No.11-15 at -3 under, No. 16–20 at -2 under, No. 26-30 will start at even par.

Now, it’s interesting to see who will clinch the finals of the FedEx Cup Playoffs 2019, the Tour Championship.
 

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