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The FedEx Cup playoff field has been cut to 30 players for the Tour Championship, now the last of three playoff events. We determine a champion this week in the season-long race, and East Lake will be the setting for that as the first-ever handicapped Tour Championship is played.
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2020 Tour Championship rankings: Top 10 picks
1. Dustin Johnson: DJ has never won a FedEx Cup, and he’s never won at East Lake. That said, he consistently finishes well at the Atlanta club and has been the best in the playoffs.
2. Jon Rahm: Rahm is the only other multi-time winner in the resumption of the season. He plays well on hard courses, apparently. East Lake is hard.
3. Webb Simpson: Simpson took a Load Management week this week so he could rest for the Tour Championship. He lost one starting stroke as a result. Can make that up.
4. Justin Thomas: JT hasn’t been good in the playoffs. He’s running cold right now, but he does seem to have an eye for East Lake.
5. Daniel Berger: The best overall player of the restart, in my opinion, has been Berger. He can complete his best season with a big win at East Lake, but he starts six behind DJ.
6. Harris English: English has been fabulous for weeks now, and his season is a testament to finding something deep in yourself to bring out your best.
7. Rory McIlroy: Maybe Rory’s finally fired up as he’s about to become a dad. Of course, if he gets The Call, he’s taking off from Atlanta.
8. Collin Morikawa: Came back pretty well from the MC at TPC Boston with a T-20 at the BMW. No No. 1 pressure this week, and he’s just enough behind that he has to charge.
9. Xander Schauffele: Xander was caught up in the difficulty of Olympia Fields, finishing T-25. Hasn’t been to his standard in the playoffs, but he likes the big ones.
10. Scottie Scheffler: Scottie has been tremendous in the playoffs and even back to the WGC in Memphis. He has nothing to lose here and everything to gain.
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