FedEx Cup 2013

Top 10 shots from the 2013 FedEx Cup Playoffs

Here are the top 10 shots from the 2013 FedEx Cup Playoffs courtesy of the PGA Tour.

Notes: Scott, Garcia finally going home; Lefty's caddie

Adam Scott will head home to Australia for the first time since winning the Masters, while Sergio Garcia will return to Spain and likely won't be back in the U.S. until February.

Stenson's new challenge: Finding 4 Coke machines

So with the pressure of winning the Tour Championship and FedEx Cup behind him, Henrik Stenson can breathe easily, right? Not quite, because while he basks in the glory of his achievement, there is the matter of finding four Coca-Cola machines. That’s right, four.

Spieth's shotmaking skills impress Mickelson

Not since Tiger Woods has an American so seamlessly moved from college/amateur golf to the big leagues, and Phil Mickelson – who previously set the bar for such a transition back in 1992 – joins a long parade of those who are duly impressed with Jordan Spieth’s game.

5 Things: Stenson soars; Spieth opens eyes; more

Henrik Stenson, the hottest golfer on the planet since the Open Championship, led the field in greens in regulation in three of the four FedEx Cup events en route to taking the PGA Tour's season title.

How it Happened: Stenson claims FedEx Cup

As Henrik Stenson tries to stay ahead of Dustin Johnson at the Tour Championship and claim the 2013 FedEx Cup ahead of Tiger Woods and Zach Johnson, follow Sunday's final action right here!

5 Things: Stenson wobbles; DJ climbs; more

An odd development happened on the way to the Tour Championship's foregone conclusion. Henrik Stenson shot 38 in the rain on the back nine and Dustin Johnson had 33. Here are 5 Things to Know.

An ill Scott slinks down leaderboard at East Lake

Plugging away during Saturday's third round while fighting illness, Adam Scott likely has been robbed of the chance to challenge leader Henrik Stenson for the Tour Championship and the FedEx Cup.

Tour Championship: Tee times, final round

Henrik Stenson will have the day's final tee time once again at the Tour Championship on Sunday, paired this time alongside Dustin Johnson as he chases the $10 million FedEx Cup prize.

How it Happened: Stenson keeps 4-shot edge

Henrik Stenson maintained his lead of four shots Saturday at the Tour Championship while Dustin Johnson rose to second place and Tiger Woods managed a 1-under 69. Recap the action here.

Tiger talks of focus despite trailing in Atlanta

His ball-striking off, Tiger Woods hit five of 14 fairways for the second day in a row and 11 greens in regulation Saturday, his low for the week en route to a 69 that left him T-26 in the Tour Championship.

5 Things: Mickelson rises; Spieth contends; more

While Henrik Stenson pulled away from the field Friday and Tiger Woods climbed only to fall at the Tour Championship, Phil Mickelson rose into view and Jordan Spieth moved into third. Here are 5 Things to Know.

Stenson avoids penalty over broken club

Had Henrik Stenson used the fairway wood that he damaged on the range before the second round of the 2013 Tour Championship in the FedEx Cup, he would have been penalized – or even disqualified.

Tour Championship: Tee times, third round

Complete tee times and pairings for Saturday's third round of the 2013 Tour Championship at East Lake in Atlanta.

Tracker: Stenson grows lead, Tiger falters late

Henrik Stenson stretched his lead at the Tour Championship to four shots on Friday at East Lake while Tiger Woods faltered late for a 1-over 71. See how it all unfolded.

Woods goes from cruising to crumbling

Just like that, Tiger Woods went from 5 under par on his first 13 holes to 6 over on the last five, from charging to tied for third-to-last place at the Tour Championship in Atlanta – one of the more remarkable events in his career.

5 Things: Tiger's awkward day; Stricker's detour; more

For Tiger Woods, Thursday’s opening round of the Tour Championship was jam-packed with not very good; plus notes on Sergio Garcia, Steve Stricker and more in our 5 Things to Know.

Stenson's level head takes him under par

One way for Henrik Stenson to keep his temperament in check? Hit the ball as “good as ever” in making five birdies on the first seven holes and taking the Tour Championship's first-round lead.

Tour Championship: Tee times, second round

Tour Championship leader Henrik Stenson remains in the final group for the second round, while Tiger Woods moves to the other end of the field.

How it Happened: Stenson atop Tour Championship

Henrik Stenson shone early at the Tour Championship, taking the lead early and finishing the day in the lead a shot ahead of Adam Scott -- while Tiger Woods struggled. Recap the first round in Atlanta right here.

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