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Fun Facts About the FedExCup
2nd August 2018

The four golf majors of the year have come and gone, but the season isn’t over yet. Our team at TGA Premier Sports has been keeping track all season as golfers on the PGA Tour have been amassing points to determine their seeding for the FedExCup — a four-tournament playoff that culminates in the crowning of a new champion. Click here to check out the official current standings.


2007 marked a new era for the PGA Tour with players earning points based on where they finish in the standings of each tournament throughout the year. The top 125 point-leaders at the end of the regular PGA Tour season are eligible to play in first FedEx Cup playoff event. A progressive cut takes place after each playoff event until only 30 golfers remain for the Tour Championship.

FedExCup Trophy

The Northern Trust
Top 125 points leaders
August 23-26
Ridgewood Country Club
Paramus, NJ

Dell Technologies Championship
Top 100 points leaders
Aug 31-Sep 3
TPC Boston
Norton, MA
Is held Friday through Monday, with the final round always on Labor Day

BMW Championship
Top 70 points leaders
Sep 6-9
Aronimink Golf Course
Newtown Square, PA

Tour Championship
Top 30 points leaders
Sep 20-23
East Lake Golf Course
Atlanta, GA
Held at the same course every year

Because it is a points-based system, winning the Tour Championship doesn’t guarantee you will be the FedEx Cup Champion. As was the case last year when Xander Schauffele took home the top prize at the Tour Championship, but Justin Thomas (who placed second in the final playoff event) earned more total points and won the title of 2017 FedEx Cup Champion.

Catch all the action on the Golf Channel and NBC Sports as we lead up to crowning the 2018 FedEx Cup Champion this fall. The golf doesn’t have to stop once the season is over though. Sign up for an upcoming TGA golf program to Keep Playing!™  Click here to explore programs.