PGA Tour rookie William McGirt needs to have another outstanding performance at The Deutsche Bank Championship to move on to the BMW Championship.
A couple of players to keep your eyes on as we proceed deeper into the FedEx Cup playoffs are, Steve Strickers, Keegan Bradley and Matt Kuchar.
Brandt Snedeker had a shot the magic number of 59 in the final round of The Barclays, but came up a little short again.
With The Barclays shortened to 54 holes and Vijay Singh tied for second, one shot behind the leader. Singh is looking to end this winless streak with a strong final round.
As Mickelson prepares for the FedEx Cup Playoffs, he wants to put him self in position to add to his $5 million in earnings this year.
Luke Donald has a chance to win both the PGA and European Tour Money Titles, but Donald would like to win Majors instead.
If the PGA Tour really wants its post-season to really stand out, then it must return to the drawing board and create a format that captures fans’ attention and interest.
Jeff Quinney is playing for his tour card and needs a good result at the Wyndham Championship.
Padraig Harrington listened to his wife and decided to make a run at the $10 million FedEx Cup title, but first he needs a good result at the Wyndham in order to play for the FedEx Cup title.
After a bad 2011 season, Charley Hoffman is going back to the drawing board to figure out what made his successful last year.
If Webb Simspon wins The Greenbrier Classic, it would check off a lot goals on his professional golfer list.
Players have to be creative to make money. Patrick Cantlay isn’t quite ready to turn pro. An interesting mix of players may not make the FedEx Cup playoffs.
The FedEx Cup is the championship trophy awarded to the winner of the PGA Tour. Similar to the NASCAR point system, the Cup gives golfers an opportunity to improve their point totals as the season and playoffs progress.