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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 301
STORY COVER WORDS BY BRENDAN JAMES THE FEDEX CUP IS THE MOST LUCRATIVE SERIES OF FOUR TOURNAMENTS IN THE GAME WITH THE EVENTUAL WINNER POCKETING A $10 MILLION BONUS. SOME OF THE MOST SUCCESSFUL PLAYERS IN PLAY-OFFS HISTORY WILL AGAIN BE CONTENDING OVER THE NEXT FIVE WEEKS FOR THE HUGE POT OF CASH. T here will be 125 players teeing up this week at the Northern Trust in New Jersey just hoping they can play well enough to survive the play-offs through to the Tour Championship at the end of September. For those already in the top-30 in the FedEx Cup standings, that task will be somewhat easier if they can maintain their positions. Of the 125 players contesting this week’s first play-off event, 100 will progress to the Dell Technologies Championship in Boston next week. From there, the top-70 get a start at the BMW Championship, where players will have one last chance to snare a spot in the top-30 bound for the season-ending Tour Championship and play-offs final. It promises to be an intense four weeks of competition (there is a week off between the BMW and Tour Championships) with some of the most successful players in the short history of the play-offs qualifying to contest this 12th edition. Americans, as you might expect, have dominated the play-offs during that time, with 29 individual tournament wins and eight FedEx Champions. Australians rank second in terms of tournaments won with four, but are yet to celebrate a $10 million FedEx Cup winner. Of the players contesting the 2018 play-offs, there are five players who have cashed in more than most at this time of year and could be the ones to watch over the next four events.
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