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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 301
COVER STORY 3. JORDAN SPIETH FedEx Cup starts: 5. FedEx Cup Champion: 1 (2015). Career FedEx Cup bonus earnings: $14,500,000 (Ranked No.4). ONLY, Tiger Woods has earned more FedEx Cup bonus money per campaign than Jordan Spieth. Spieth is making his sixth appearance in the play-offs and already he averages $290,000 per series, having collected the big bonus of $10 million in his breakout year of 2015 when he won the Masters and US Open double as well. The World No.8 is yet to record a victory in 2018 and his recent form, with a best finish of T9 at The Open at Carnoustie, suggests 2018 could be a barren year. But Spieth’s game is well-suited and adaptable to all four venues over the next five weeks and it wouldn’t surprise if he catches fire with the putter at some stage and claims this series all his own. 4. HENRIK STENSON FedEx Cup starts: 8. FedEx Cup Champion: 1 (2013). Career FedEx Cup bonus earnings: $13,648,000 (Ranked No.5). THE pure ball-striking Swede had a terrific run through March and April, which culminated in his best ever finish at the Masters where he was T5. Since then he has been very inconsistent. Even last weekend, he bookended a Saturday 70 with a second round 65 and a closing 64. While he would be pleased with the six birdies and an eagle from that round, it all came after a double bogey on his opening hole, which almost typifies Stenson’s year.
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