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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 212
IT’S ABOUT as plausible as a Robert Allenby alibi, but any player from No.1 in the standings to No.30 could become FedEx Cup champion. But for bottom-placed Charl Schwartzel to lift the Cup, the following would need to happen: Dustin Johnson would need to finish no higher than 29th; Patrick Reed must finish no better than a three-way tie for sixth; Adam Scott must finish no higher than a tie for fourth; Jason Day must finish no better than a tie for third, Paul Casey must finish in a tie for second or worse; and Rory McIlroy needs to finish no higher than T2. Never say never. SPEAKING of Charl Schwartzel, he had almost no right to be at East Lake this week after being well off the pace as he started his back nine on Sunday at the BMW Championship. But five birdies in the final nine holes was enough for a tie for fourth, which rocketed him from 43rd in the FedEx Cup standings to 30th. He stands almost no chance of winning the overall title, but he’s got a lot better chance than the players who finished 31st or worse. ITHAS been a long season, but that doesn’t mean we haven’t got the energy for one last gasp at the Tour Championship. And with two Aussies poised to become our first FedEx Cup champion, there’s never been a better reason to jump on board the season- ending event. It’s hard to know where to look as the PGA Tour’s 30 best-performed players do battle at East Lake Golf Club, so here are 10 storylines to keep your eye on... E ANYONE’S TO WIN BETTER LATE THAN NEVER WORDS BY ADRIAN BALLANTYNE
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