2013 FedEx Cup final standings: Jordan Spieth wins, sort of
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2013 FedEx Cup final standings: Jordan Spieth wins, sort of


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Jordan Spieth won the FedEx Cup playoffs, but he didn't win the FedEx Cup. Take that in for a moment.

Over the 16 rounds of the four FedEx Cup playoff events, Jordan Spieth played the best of any player who made it through every round. He was 39 under par for the 16 rounds, three shots better than 2013 FedEx Cup winner Henrik Stenson.

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Even with his 59, Jim Furyk only finished in third at 35 under par.

Nick Watney was in fourth, another shot behind Furyk, while Jason Day and Roberto Castro finished tied for fifth at 32 under par.

Tiger Woods finished tied for 14th with Gary Woodland at 23 under par. Adam Scott and Phil Mickelson tied for 16th at 22 under par with Luke Donald and Matt Kuchar. Among the 2013 major champions, Jason Dufner was the worst at 17 under par.

However, of the 23 players that finished all 16 FedEx Cup playoff rounds in 2013, Boo Weekley was by far the worst. He was the only one over par -- 11 over par, in fact -- and 23 shots worse than Kevin Streelman.

2013 FedEx Cup final standings -- aggregate score (final position in parenthesis)

Jordan Spieth (7) -- 1093 (-39)
Henrik Stenson (1) -- 1096 (-36)
Jim Furyk (14) -- 1097 (-35)
Nick Watney (15) -- 1098 (-34)
Jason Day (17) -- 1100 (-32)
Roberto Castro (21) -- 1100 (-32)
Justin Rose (10) -- 1101 (-31)
Hunter Mahan (20) -- 1102 (-30)
Sergio Garcia (22) -- 1103 (-29)
Keegan Bradley (18) -- 1105 (-27)
Brendon de Jonge (26) -- 1105 (-27)
Graham DeLaet (8) -- 1106 (-26)
Webb Simpson (11) -- 1108 (-24)
Tiger Woods (2) -- 1109 (-23)
Gary Woodland (23) -- 1109 (-23)
Adam Scott (4) -- 1110 (-22)
Matt Kuchar (6) -- 1110 (-22)
Phil Mickelson (9) -- 1110 (-22)
Luke Donald (28) -- 1110 (-22)
Jason Dufner (19) -- 1115 (-17)
Charl Schwartzel (27) -- 1117 (-15)
Kevin Streelman (25) -- 1120 (-12)
Boo Weekley (29) -- 1143 (+11)

There were eight players that completed all 32 rounds of the majors and the FedEx Cup playoffs. It probably will come as no surprise that Henrik Stenson won that rather arbitrary sum.

Henrik Stenson: -32
Jason Day: -30
Adam Scott: -20
Jason Dufner: -13
Tiger Woods: -9
Matt Kuchar: -7
Sergio Garcia: -2
Phil Mickelson: -1

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