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The playoffs end here! We're down from 125 to the top 30 in the FedEx Cup standings, all with a mathematical chance of winning the season-long race and its $10 million FedEx Cup prize. East Lake is a great closing test, demanding a lot of players in search of the season-ending tournament.
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2017 Tour Championship rankings: Top 10 picks
1. Jordan Spieth - Spieth has done it here before, and he's played the best through the playoffs. He has the No. 1 seed, so he has the edge on the FedEx Cup, too.
2. Jon Rahm - Rahm has been the second-best player in the playoffs through all three events so far. Debuting at East Lake, but that's not a real concern.
3. Dustin Johnson - Johnson was not at his best for the first three rounds at Conway Farms. A throwaway 64 could be a nice way to ease into East Lake, which is a much different animal.
4. Justin Rose - Rose has looked great throughout the playoffs, and he has four top-six finishes at East Lake in the last six years.
5. Paul Casey - Casey's top-five streak in the playoffs has come to an end, but the Englishman has been great in the post-season.
6. Jason Day - Day is on the come, and his East Lake record is in no way deflating. He could salvage a season with a win and maybe a FedEx Cup title.
7. Brooks Koepka - Flying under the radar, Koepka has been in the top 18 in four of his last five starts. Solid, not great. Sneaky.
8. Patrick Cantlay - A great playoff run concludes for Cantlay at East Lake. House money here for him, but he doesn't think that way, and that makes him a threat.
9. Rickie Fowler - Fowler doesn't have a constructive East Lake record, and that makes ranking him highly difficult.
10. Jason Dufner - The Dufdaddy is the last man in the field, and that's OK. He won't win the $10 million but his decent East Lake record makes him worth a fantasy look.
My DraftKings lineup for this week:
- Jordan Spieth - $11,600
- Justin Rose - $8,900
- Patrick Cantlay - $7,800
- Matt Kuchar - $7,700
- Kevin Chappell - $7,600
- Brian Harman - $6,300