2018 FedEx Cup final results: Bonus pool money payouts and leaderboard
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2018 FedEx Cup final results: Bonus pool money payouts and leaderboard


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The 2018 FedEx Cup final leaderboard is headed by winner Justin Rose, who won the $10 million season-long points race by finishing T-4 in the season-ending Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta.

Rose's final-round 73 was enough to finish high enough to beat Tiger Woods for the honor.



Rose won the $10,000,000 FedEx Cup winner's share of the $35,000,000 purse, paid to the top 150 finishers in the final FedEx Cup standings. Woods won $3,000,000 for finishing second.

2018 FedEx Cup final leaderboard, results and prize money payouts

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POS PLAYER POINTS MONEY
1 Justin Rose 2000 $10,000,000
2 Tiger Woods 1800 $3,000,000
3 Bryson DeChambeau 1520 $2,000,000
4 Dustin Johnson 1296 $1,500,000
5 Billy Horschel 1280 $1,000,000
6 Tony Finau 1120 $800,000
7 Justin Thomas 960 $700,000
8 Keegan Bradley 800 $600,000
9 Brooks Koepka 640 $550,000
10 Bubba Watson 480 $500,000
11 Webb Simpson 384 $300,000
12 Cameron Smith 368 $290,000
T13 Hideki Matsuyama 352 $275,000
T13 Rory McIlroy 336 $275,000
15 Xander Schauffele 314 $250,000
16 Jason Day 293 $245,000
T17 Rickie Fowler 272 $237,500
T17 Francesco Molinari 251 $237,500
19 Tommy Fleetwood 231 $230,000
20 Patrick Cantlay 219 $225,000
21 Phil Mickelson 206 $220,000
22 Patrick Reed 194 $215,000
23 Jon Rahm 182 $210,000
24 Aaron Wise 170 $205,000
25 Paul Casey 161 $200,000
26 Gary Woodland 151 $195,000
27 Kyle Stanley 142 $190,000
28 Kevin Na 133 $185,000
29 Marc Leishman 124 $180,000
30 Patton Kizzire 115 $175,000


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