Day can win the FedEx Cup by finishing first at the Tour Championship.
Jason Day close to FedEx Cup glory
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The FedEx Cup concludes this week at the Tour Championship, with Jason Day firmly in the driving seat. A win in Atlanta would guarantee him the title.
Despite his two wins in the play-offs, including Sunday’s BMW Championship victory, it is still possible for someone else to take the huge prize money on offer.
Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler, Henrik Stenson and Bubba Watson can all win the trophy if they finish first at East Lake GC.
The European Tour heads to Germany for the Porsche European Open. Graeme McDowell, Charl Schwartzel and Hunter Mahan are all in the field in Bavaria.
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GM Tips for each category
USA1: Rickie Fowler – After winning the Deutsche Bank Championship, Fowler will have the belief he can edge out Day for FedEx Cup glory. He finished T4 at the BMW Championship and is likely to be in contention again in Atlanta.
USA2: Jordan Spieth – It’s dangerous to write Spieth off, even with two recent missed cuts. While he still has a chance of winning the FedEx Cup he will always be a threat. A sizzling Sunday would be no surprise.
Great Britain: David Horsey – There are several Brits in the field capable of doing well at the Porsche European Open. However, Horsey’s Made in Denmark win and his third place finish at the Russian Open give him the edge on form alone.
Ireland: Rory McIlroy – Despite his undoubted ability, only an improbable scenario will enable McIlroy to win the FedEx Cup. He does, however, come into the final event on the back of a T4 finish at the BMW Championship.
Scandinavia: Henrik Stenson – Consecutive second placed finishes at the Barclays and the Deutsche Bank Championship were followed by a T10 at the BMW Championship. With a realistic chance of still winning the FedEx Cup, the Swede could pull something out of the bag.
Rest of Europe: Miguel Angel Jimenez – A slightly outside bet, however Jimenez finished T11 at the Open D’Italia on Sunday and recorded two consecutive T2 finishes earlier this year. He’s still got it.
Asia: Hideki Matsuyama – Consistency has been the key for Matsuyama in this year’s FedEx Cup. He hasn’t finished outside the top 25 so far and was even T7 at the BMW Championship.
Africa: Charl Schwartzel – The South African made the FedEx Cup play-offs, but couldn’t make the final 30. Under less pressure in Germany, he could record a strong result.
Australasia: Jason Day – With four wins in his last six tournaments, it’s hard to go against Day. You have to go back nine tournaments to find the last time he finished outside the top 12. He’s almost certain to have another good week.
South America: Fabrizio Zanotti – The Paraguayan is in something of a purple patch right now. He’s finished fourth and T3 in his last two tournaments on the European Tour. Don’t be surprised to see him doing well in Germany this week.