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Matt Kuchar

Matt Kuchar closed with a one-under 69 in the final round of the TOUR Championship to finish T15.


Aside from a poor 73 in the second round, Kuchar was solid, posting scores of 69-68-69. He finished first in driving accuracy, hitting 71% of fairways, and also looked solid with his irons, drilling the fifth most greens in regulation on the week. Look for Kuchar to be a major veteran contributor to the upcoming Ryder Cup team.

Charl Schwartzel

Charl Schwartzel fell to a one-over 71 in the final round of the TOUR Championship, but still managed to remain in a tie for 10th place.


While struggling a bit in the end of summer, the close to the 2016 PGA Tour season was very encouraging for Schwartzel who managed T4 and T10 finishes to close out. This left him in 25th in the FedEx rankings, but his season seemed even better than that with five top-10s on tour in 2016. The South African will likely return to the Euro Tour where he will hope to accumulate more points in the Race to Dubai standings.

Emiliano Grillo

Emiliano Grillo carded a one-under 69 in the final round of the TOUR Championship to finish in a tie for tenth place, and in 11th in the FedEx Cup.


What a rookie season it was for Grillo. Following a victory at the Web.com Tour Championship last year, the Argentine immediately made his name known with a victory in the fall series' Frys.com Open. While the winner's circle eluded him in 2016, Grillo remains the top candidate for rookie of the year honors considering he has missed no cuts since May, and has recorded 11 top-25s, including two runner-up finishes. It should come as no surprise if the rookie works his way from 25th in the OWGR to even higher heights as 2016 winds down.

Bubba Watson

Bubba Watson rallied to a three-under 67 in the final round of the TOUR Championship to finish T10.


Although getting off to a rocky start, Watson managed to work his way back into the top ten with a seven-under weekend showing. He has now finished in the top 25 in five of his last six events, and seems to be an early favorite to snag the last spot for the Ryder Cup team which takes place later this week.

Brandt Snedeker

Brandt Snedeker shot a 3-under 67 Sunday to tie for 17th at the TOUR Championship.


Snedeker was solid in the putting category finishing fifth in strokes gained putting but was a dismal 28th our of 30 in strokes gained tee-to-green, which ultimately held him back this week. Snedeker finished the season with seven top-10s including a win at Torrey Pines. Snedeker has notched six victories in the past five seasons so this year was very much in line with what we have come to expect from the Tennessean.

Daniel Berger

Daniel Berger closed with a 2-under 68 Sunday to tie for 15th at the TOUR Championship, and 26th in the overall FedEx Cup standings.


Berger squeaked his way into the TOUR Championship with a top-10 at the BMW Championship but only managed to finish middle of the pack in the TOUR Championship. Despite the average finish to cap the season, Berger accomplished enough to validate last year's great rookie season, with six top-10s including his maiden win at the FedEx St. Jude Classic in June.

Gary Woodland

Gary Woodland posted a three-under 67 on Sunday, moving up four spots on the leaderboard into a tie for tenth at the TOUR Championship.


While hurt by a two-over start through 36 holes, Woodland rallied over the weekend to rounds of 69-67 to finish two-in-the-red. He looked great with the driver, finishing T5 in strokes gained from tee-to-green. He did, however, struggle with the flat-stick placing 26th in putts-per-GIR. All in all though, it was a great close to the year for the American as he moved within the top 50 of the OWGR, and placed in the top 25 in each of his last four outings.

Si Woo Kim

Si Woo Kim cruised to a 5-under 65 Sunday to tie for 10th at the TOUR Championship.


Kim had made at least two bogeys each of the first three rounds, but Sunday broke through with a flawless bogey-free effort in good conditions to close out his breakthrough year. Kim finished the season with five top-10 finishes including a win at the Wyndham Championship and playoff runner-up at the Barbasol Championship.

Jason Dufner

Jason Dufner closed with an even-par 70 at the TOUR Championship to finish in a tie for eighth place.


A rough start to the week was fortunately overshadowed by rounds of 67-66 in rounds two and three. It left him in a tie for sixth place heading into Sunday, but just an average Sunday finish pushed him down slightly in the rankings. While not making the top ten of the FedEx Cup standings, the American should be happy with his season as it saw him climb 75 places in the OWGR to 60th.

Adam Scott

Adam Scott closed with a five-under 65 to finish in a tie for eighth at the TOUR Championship.


Scott went bogey-free in the final round and carded an eagle on the 72nd hole to help post his ninth top-10 finish of the season. The Aussie lead the field in strokes gained approach-to-green, but was 26th out of 30 players in strokes gained putting. That sums up his year for the most part as he is first in strokes gained approach-to-green and and 120th in strokes gained putting. Scott had an impressive FedExCup playoffs as he finished T4-4-T4-T8. This was a great comeback year for Scott after finishing 106th in the FedExCup standings last year.

Hideki Matsuyama

Hideki Matsuyama fired a one-under 69 in the final round of the TOUR Championship to finish alone in fifth place.


Following a rough summer, highlighted by three missed cuts in four events in the heart of summer, Matsuyama rebounded in tremendous fashion to close out the year. He managed three top-fives in his last six events, and rocketed to 13th in the FedEx Cup. Look for Matsuyama to make a move at the top ten in the OWGR to close out 2016.

Paul Casey

Paul Casey fired a six-under 64 in the final round of the TOUR Championship to finish solo fourth.


Casey's impressive round included seven birdies to just one bogey. His ball striking was impeccable yet again as he was third in strokes gained tee-to-green. Casey is no doubt one of the hottest players on the planet as he has finished 2nd-2nd-4th in his last three starts. He will look to carry that momentum into the Ryder Cup where he will look to help team Europe retain.

Dustin Johnson

Dustin Johnson struggled to a three-over 73 on Sunday, dropping five places into a tie for sixth place at the TOUR Championship, and finishing runner-up in the FedEx Cup.


Heading into the week, Johnson was the clear favorite to walk away as the Tour Champion. He had won three events, including the U.S. Open, and had placed in the top 25 in 17-of-21 outings in 2016. Placing second in the FedEx Cup was a disappointment for the American as the eventual winner, Rory McIlroy, didn't have near the amount of overall success as Johnson. While it was a smaller pay day, DJ has to be very happy with his overall performance this year.

Kevin Chappell

Kevin Chappell shot a four-under 66 in the final round, but was unable to take home the TOUR Championship in a playoff.


Chappell only had three bogeys for the entire week on the very difficult East Lake layout. However, he made a crucial one on the 71st hole and was unable to birdie the final hole to take home his first career win. Chappell was then eliminated from the three man playoff with Ryan Moore and eventual champion Rory McIlroy on the first playoff hole. This marks Chappell's fourth runner-up finish this season. He will be hoping that he is the final Captain's pick for the U.S. Ryder Cup team.

Ryan Moore

Ryan Moore closed with a six-under 64, but lost in a playoff to Rory McIlroy at the TOUR Championship.


Moore had a short range birdie putt on the 72nd hole to claim the TOUR Championship but was unable to get it to go. He fought tough against Rory McIlroy in the playoff, but on the fourth playoff hole Rory McIlroy was able to take the crown with a 15 foot birdie putt. Because of Dustin Johnson's points position, had Moore won he still wouldn't have won the FedExCup. However, it would have been his second win of the year to go along with his win at the John Deere Classic. Moore will have to wait to hear if he will get the nod from Captain Davis Love for the final spot on the U.S. Ryder Cup team.

Rory McIlroy

Rory McIlroy defeated Ryan Moore and Kevin Chappell in a playoff to take home both the TOUR Championship and FedExCup titles.


McIlroy shot a six-under 66 on Sunday to put himself in position to make the playoff. The highlight of his round was a hole-out eagle on the par-4 16th hole. He added a birdie at the 72nd hole to reach 12-under-par for the tournament and make the three man playoff. McIlroy would make a 15 foot birdie putt on the fourth playoff hole to clinch the TOUR Championship and FedExCup titles. He was able to somewhat save his season in the playoffs by taking home the Deutsche Bank Championship a few weeks earlier, and now adding a TOUR Championship and FedExCup. It gives him some great momentum heading into Hazeltine next week where he will look to help Europe retain the Ryder Cup.

Jason Day

Jason Day withdrew from the TOUR Championship with a back injury, Jason Sobel of ESPN.com reports.


Day withdrew from the BMW Championship two weeks ago due to a back injury which seems to continue to bother him. After making it to the eighth hole at East Lake, the No. 1 in the world decided to pick up the ball and call it quits. It was a tough way to end the season for Day who was ranked fourth in the FedEx Cup rankings.

Alexander Levy closed with an even-par 71 on Sunday to drop back four spots to T7 at the Italian Open.


Levy got out to a quick start at the Italian Open, posting rounds of 68-67-63. It actually left him just one stroke back of the lead heading into Sunday. A final round plagued by a double and two bogeys, however, cost Levy a chance to find the winner's circle and of equal importance some points in the Race to Dubai. The Frenchman will look to rebound from his Sunday collapse in the coming weeks.

Tommy Fleetwood rallied to a seven-under 64 on Sunday, propelling him up 25 spots into a tie for seventh place at the Italian Open.


A terrible beginning to the season, highlighted by just one top ten in his first 17 outings seems to have taken a turn for the best, as Fleetwood has notched a T10 and T7 in his last two events. The Englishman has been particularly effective ball striking, but still has a lot of work to do on the greens, averaging over 30-putts-per-round in Italy this week. All signs are still, however, pointing in the right direction.

Richard Bland fired rounds of 67-67-65-69 at the Italian Open to finish 15-under-par for the week and in a tie for fifth place.


Bland has quietly been a major force on the Euro Tour as of late. He has finished no worse than T27 in his last six outings, and has notched T5 finishes in two of the past three weeks. As a result of his recent play, the Englishman has climbed to a career-high 141st-ranking in the OWGR. With continued success, don't be surprised to see Bland in the top 100 of the world by the end of the year.