2017 FedEx Cup final standings and bonus money: Who won the $10 million?
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2017 FedEx Cup final standings and bonus money: Who won the $10 million?


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The PGA Tour's 2017 FedEx Cup playoffs ended at the 2017 Tour Championship, which played out in a back-and-forth to determine who would win the FedEx Cup and the $10 million first-place prize.

Justin Thomas and Xander Schauffele were the two combatants in contention for the tournament title, practically assuring Thomas of the season-long purse, so long as he finished substantially ahead of Jordan Spieth.

In the end, Thomas won the FedEx Cup after Xander Schauffele won the Tour Championship.



The top 150 players in the final standings are paid part of the $35 million bonus pool.

2017 FedEx Cup final standings after the Tour Championship

  • 1. Justin Thomas -- $10,000,000
  • 2. Jordan Spieth -- $3,000,000
  • 3. Xander Schauffele -- $2,000,000
  • 4. Dustin Johnson -- $1,500,000
  • 5. Jon Rahm -- $1,000,000
  • 6. Marc Leishman -- $800,000
  • 7. Rickie Fowler -- $700,000
  • 8. Hideki Matsuyama -- $600,000
  • 9. Justin Rose -- $550,000
  • 10. Brooks Koepka -- $500,000
  • 11. Paul Casey -- $300,000
  • 12. Kevin Kisner -- $290,000
  • 13. Russell Henley -- $280,000
  • 14. Matt Kuchar -- $270,000
  • 15. Pat Perez -- $250,000
  • 16. Daniel Berger -- $245,000
  • 17. Webb Simpson -- $240,000
  • 18. Jason Day -- $235,000
  • 19. Tony Finau -- $230,000
  • 20. Charley Hoffman -- $225,000
  • 21. Sergio Garcia -- $220,000
  • 22. Patrick Reed -- $215,000
  • 23. Jhonattan Vegas -- $210,000
  • 24. Kyle Stanley -- $205,000
  • 25. Brian Harman -- $200,000
  • 26. Adam Hadwin -- $195,000
  • 27. Kevin Chappell -- $190,000
  • 28. Gary Woodland -- $185,000
  • 29. Patrick Cantlay -- $180,000
  • 30. Jason Dufner -- $175,000
  • 31. Louis Oosthuizen -- $165,000
  • 32. Henrik Stenson -- $155,000
  • 33. Brendan Steele -- $150,000
  • 34. Phil Mickelson -- $145,000
  • 35. Bill Haas -- $142,000
  • 36. Mackenzie Hughes -- $140,000
  • 37. Francesco Molinari -- $138,000
  • 38. Hudson Swafford -- $137,000
  • 39. Chez Reavie -- $136,000
  • 40. Charles Howell III -- $135,000
  • 41. Wesley Bryan -- $134,000
  • 42. Billy Horschel -- $133,000
  • 43. Lucas Glover -- $132,000
  • 44. Charl Schwartzel -- $131,000
  • 45. Kevin Na -- $130,000
  • 46. Cameron Smith -- $129,000
  • 47. Keegan Bradley -- $128,000
  • 48. Zach Johnson -- $127,000
  • 49. Bryson DeChambeau -- $126,000
  • 50. Luke List -- $125,000
  • 51. Anirban Lahiri -- $120,000
  • 52. Ian Poulter -- $115,000
  • 53. Stewart Cink -- $114,000
  • 54. Si Woo Kim -- $113,000
  • 55. Scott Brown -- $110,000
  • 56. Martin Laird -- $80,000
  • 57. Jamie Lovemark -- $80,000
  • 58. Rory McIlroy -- $80,000
  • 59. Sung Kang -- $80,000
  • 60. Ollie Schniederjans -- $80,000
  • 61. Rafa Cabrera Bello -- $80,000
  • 62. Sean O'Hair -- $80,000
  • 63. Robert Streb -- $80,000
  • 64. Ryan Moore -- $80,000
  • 65. Bud Cauley -- $80,000
  • 66. Grayson Murray -- $80,000
  • 67. Emiliano Grillo -- $80,000
  • 68. James Hahn -- $80,000
  • 69. Kevin Tway -- $80,000
  • 70. Danny Lee -- $80,000
  • 71. Russell Knox -- $80,000
  • 72. Kelly Kraft -- $80,000
  • 73. Brandt Snedeker -- $80,000
  • 74. Rod Pampling -- $80,000
  • 75. Bubba Watson -- $80,000
  • 76. Graham DeLaet -- $80,000
  • 77. Jason Kokrak -- $80,000
  • 78. Patrick Rodgers -- $80,000
  • 79. Adam Scott -- $80,000
  • 80. Branden Grace -- $80,000
  • 81. Morgan Hoffmann -- $75,000
  • 82. Jonas Blixt -- $75,000
  • 83. Chad Campbell -- $75,000
  • 84. Chris Stroud -- $75,000
  • 85. William McGirt -- $75,000
  • 86. Kevin Streelman -- $75,000
  • 87. Cody Gribble -- $75,000
  • 88. C.T. Pan -- $75,000
  • 89. Whee Kim -- $75,000
  • 90. Harold Varner III -- $75,000
  • 91. Jim Herman -- $75,000
  • 92. Chris Kirk -- $75,000
  • 93. Nick Taylor -- $75,000
  • 94. David Lingmerth -- $75,000
  • 95. J.B. Holmes -- $75,000
  • 96. Camilo Villegas -- $75,000
  • 97. J.J. Spaun -- $75,000
  • 98. Scott Piercy -- $75,000
  • 99. Patton Kizzire -- $75,000
  • 100. Michael Kim -- $75,000
  • 101. Scott Stallings -- $70,000
  • 102. Byeong Hun An -- $70,000
  • 103. Martin Flores -- $70,000
  • 104. D.A. Points -- $70,000
  • 105. Luke Donald -- $70,000
  • 106. Richy Werenski -- $70,000
  • 107. Ryan Blaum -- $70,000
  • 108. Geoff Ogilvy -- $70,000
  • 109. Robert Garrigus -- $70,000
  • 110. Seung-Yul Noh -- $70,000
  • 111. Jimmy Walker -- $70,000
  • 112. Brian Gay -- $70,000
  • 113. Brandon Hagy -- $70,000
  • 114. Vaughn Taylor -- $70,000
  • 115. Steve Stricker -- $70,000
  • 116. Derek Fathauer -- $70,000
  • 117. Tyrone Van Aswegen -- $70,000
  • 118. Harris English -- $70,000
  • 119. Dominic Bozzelli -- $70,000
  • 120. Nick Watney -- $70,000
  • 121. John Huh -- $70,000
  • 122. Blayne Barber -- $70,000
  • 123. Ben Martin -- $70,000
  • 124. Rory Sabbatini -- $70,000
  • 125. J.J. Henry -- $70,000
  • 126. Zac Blair -- $32,000
  • 127. Shane Lowry -- $32,000
  • 128. David Hearn -- $32,000
  • 129. Sam Saunders -- $32,000
  • 130. Seamus Power -- $32,000
  • 131. Daniel Summerhays -- $32,000
  • 132. J.T. Poston -- $32,000
  • 133. Cameron Tringale -- $32,000
  • 134. Ryan Palmer -- $32,000
  • 135. Billy Hurley III -- $32,000
  • 136. Graeme McDowell -- $32,000
  • 137. Trey Mullinax -- $32,000
  • 138. Aaron Baddeley -- $32,000
  • 139. Ricky Barnes -- $32,000
  • 140. Johnson Wagner -- $32,000
  • 141. Smylie Kaufman -- $32,000
  • 142. Greg Owen -- $32,000
  • 143. Chad Collins -- $32,000
  • 144. Cameron Percy -- $32,000
  • 145. Brian Stuard -- $32,000
  • 146. Søren Kjeldsen -- $32,000
  • 147. Ben Crane -- $32,000
  • 148. Michael Thompson -- $32,000
  • 149. Alex Cejka -- $32,000
  • 150. Rick Lamb -- $32,000

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