2007 FedEx Cup Playoffs

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2007 FedEx Cup Playoffs
Tournament information
Dates August 23 – September 16, 2007
Location Westchester Country Club
TPC Boston
Cog Hill Golf & Country Club
East Lake Golf Club
Tour(s) PGA Tour
Statistics
Field 144 for The Barclays
120 for Deutsche Bank
70 for BMW Championship
30 for Tour Championship
Prize fund $35,000,000 bonus money
Winner's share $10,000,000 bonus money
Champion
United States Tiger Woods
123,033 points

The 2007 FedEx Cup Playoffs were held from August 23 to September 16. They consisted of four events. The events in order are The Barclays, Deutsche Bank Championship, BMW Championship and The Tour Championship. These were the first FedEx Cup playoffs being held. Tiger Woods won the playoffs and took home $10,000,000.

The point distribution can be seen here.

Regular season rankings[edit]

# Player Country Points Events Reset Points
1 Tiger Woods  United States 30,574 13 100,000
2 Vijay Singh  Fiji 19,129 23 99,000
3 Jim Furyk  United States 16,691 19 98,500
4 Phil Mickelson  United States 16,037 18 98,000
5 K.J. Choi  South Korea 15,485 21 97,500
6 Rory Sabbatini  South Africa 13,548 19 97,250
7 Zach Johnson  United States 13,341 19 97,000
8 Charles Howell III  United States 12,126 21 96,750
9 Brandt Snedeker  United States 11,870 25 96,500
10 Adam Scott  Australia 11,196 15 96,250

For the full list see here

The Barclays[edit]

The Barclays was played August 23-26. 144 players were eligible to play but 6 of them did not enter. Of the 138 players who entered the tournament, 75 of them made the cut. The cut was even par. Steve Stricker won by shooting -16 to win the first ever FedEx Cup playoff event. Tiger Woods did not participate in the tournament. The top 120 players in the points standings advanced to the Deutsche Bank Championship.

# Player Country Score To par Points Winnings ($)
1 Steve Stricker  United States 67-67-65-69=268 -16 9,000 1,260,000
2 K.J. Choi  South Korea 64-66-70-70=270 -14 5,400 756,000
3 Rory Sabbatini  South Africa 63-71-69-68=271 -13 3,400 476,000
T4 Mark Calcavecchia  United States 67-75-65-65=272 -12 2,067 289,333
Ernie Els  South Africa 65-71-68-68=272
Geoff Ogilvy  Australia 68-66-69-69=272
T7 Rich Beem  United States 64-68-69-72=273 -11 1,613 225,750
Phil Mickelson  United States 67-70-69-67=273
T9 Robert Garrigus  United States 70-70-68-66=274 -10 1,350 189,000
Jerry Kelly  United States 67-70-69-68=274
Ian Poulter  England 70-67-70-67=274

Full leaderboard

Deutsche Bank Championship[edit]

The Deutsche Bank Championship was played from August 31 to September 3. 120 players were eligible to play but 4 of them did not enter. Of the 116 players who entered the tournament, 75 of them made the cut. The cut was 1 over-par. Phil Mickelson won by shooting -16. Tiger Woods finished tied for 2nd, two strokes behind Mickelson. The top 70 players in the points standings advanced to the BMW Championship.

# Player Country Score To par Points Winnings ($)
1 Phil Mickelson  United States 70-64-68-66=268 -16 9,000 1,260,000
T2 Arron Oberholser  United States 69-66-66-69=270 -14 3,733 522,667
Brett Wetterich  United States 66-68-66-70=270
Tiger Woods  United States 72-64-67-67=270
5 Aaron Baddeley  Australia 67-66-70-70=273 -11 2,000 280,000
T6 Geoff Ogilvy  Australia 70-70-67-67=274 -10 1,738 243,250
Rory Sabbatini  South Africa 68-67-70-69=274
8 Robert Allenby  Australia 69-69-70-67=275 -9 1,550 217,000
T9 Fredrik Jacobson  Sweden 66-72-70-68=276 -8 1,250 175,000
Troy Matteson  United States 71-66-69-70=276
Sean O'Hair  United States 68-66-74-68=276
Steve Stricker  United States 67-69-69-71=276
Camilo Villegas  Colombia 63-72-69-72=276

Full leaderboard

BMW Championship[edit]

The BMW Championship was played September 6-9. 70 players were eligible to play but 3 of them did not enter. There was no cut for this tournament. Tiger Woods won by shooting -22. This was Tiger's 60th win on the PGA Tour. The top 30 players in the points standings advanced to The Tour Championship.

# Player Country Score To par Points Winnings ($)
1 Tiger Woods  United States 67-67-65-63=262 -22 9,000 1,260,000
2 Aaron Baddeley  Australia 68-65-65-66=264 -20 5,400 756,000
3 Steve Stricker  United States 68-66-64-68=266 -18 3,400 480,000
4 Adam Scott  Australia 69-69-67-65=270 -14 2,400 340,000
T5 Tim Clark  South Africa 68-69-67-67=271 -13 1,900 270,000
Justin Rose  England 65-69-69-68=271
T7 Stewart Cink  United States 66-73-68-65=272 -12 1,613 229,000
Camilo Villegas  Colombia 65-69-71-67=272
9 Sergio García  Spain 68-70-69-67=274 -10 1,450 206,000
T10 Jonathan Byrd  United States 64-69-71-71=275 -9 1,200 171,000
Carl Pettersson  Sweden 71-68-69-67=275
Ian Poulter  England 68-72-69-66=275
Rory Sabbatini  South Africa 69-72-68-66=275

Full leaderboard

The Tour Championship[edit]

The Tour Championship was played September 13-16. All 30 players eligible to play did so. There was no cut for this tournament. Tiger Woods won by shooting -23. This was Tiger's 61st win on the PGA Tour. He also won the FedEx Cup.

# Player Country Score To par Points Winnings ($)
1 Tiger Woods  United States 64-63-64-66=257 -23 10,300 1,260,000
T2 Zach Johnson  United States 71-66-60-68=265 -15 5,050 619,500
Mark Calcavecchia  United States 65-66-63-71=265
4 Sergio García  Spain 68-64-64-70=266 -14 2,800 336,000
T5 Scott Verplank  United States 66-68-67-68=269 -11 2,180 266,000
Hunter Mahan  United States 65-68-65-71=269
T7 Tim Clark  South Africa 62-69-70-69=270 -10 1,850 231,000
Vijay Singh  Fiji 68-68-65-69=270
T9 Camilo Villegas  Colombia 67-68-70-66=271 -9 1,605 204,400
Rory Sabbatini  South Africa 68-68-67-68=271

Full leaderboard

Final leaderboard[edit]

# Player Country Points Winnings ($)
1 Tiger Woods  United States 123,033 10,000,000
2 Steve Stricker  United States 110,455 3,000,000
3 Phil Mickelson  United States 109,357 2,000,000
4 Rory Sabbatini  South Africa 105,192 1,500,000
5 K.J. Choi  South Korea 103,765 1,000,000
6 Aaron Baddeley  Australia 103,350 800,000
7 Zach Johnson  United States 102,872 700,000
8 Mark Calcavecchia  United States 102,068 600,000
9 Sergio García  Spain 101,076 550,000
10 Vijay Singh  Fiji 101,064 500,000

For the full list see here