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    The FedEx Championship, also known as the FedEx Cup, is more than just a golf tournament. It is the culmination of a year’s worth of hard work, dedication, and skill, showcasing the crests and troughs of a golfer’s performance throughout the PGA Tour season.

    The History

    Introduced in 2007, the FedEx Cup quickly established itself as an integral part of the professional golf calendar. The event’s evolution over the years has seen it grow in prestige and significance. From Tiger Woods’ triumph in the inaugural edition to Bill Haas’ remarkable save from the water on the 17th hole during a playoff in 2011, the tournament’s history is rich with unforgettable moments and worthy champions.

    Format and Structure of the FedEx Championship

    The FedEx Cup employs a unique format centered around a points system that encompasses the entire PGA Tour season. Golfers accrue points based on their performance in regular tournaments, leading up to the FedEx Cup Playoffs, a trio of tournaments where the field progressively shrinks. The top 30 golfers then compete in the Tour Championship, with the ultimate victor crowned the FedEx Cup Champion. The format underscores the importance of consistent performance throughout the season.

    Notable Players and Performances

    Several notable players have etched their names into FedEx Cup history. The legendary Tiger Woods clinched the Cup twice, in 2007 and 2009. Other notable winners include Rory McIlroy, who has consistently been among the top performers, and Justin Thomas, the 2017 champion who’s often found himself in contention. However, the FedEx Cup is not just about the winners; it has provided a platform for remarkable performances, leading to some of the most gripping finales in recent golf history.

    FedEx Championship 2023

    The 2023 FedEx Championship will be hosted from August 10th to 27th at three esteemed venues: Olympia Fields Country Club, East Lake Golf Club, and TPC Southwind. The event promises to be a thrilling contest, with golfers like Jon Rahm, Rory McIlroy, and Scottie Scheffler touted as strong contenders. However, the FedEx Cup’s beauty lies in its unpredictability, as the winner will not only need to triumph in individual tournaments but also maintain consistent performance across the season.

    • The 2023 FedEx Championship will be played at Olympia Fields Country Club, East Lake Golf Club, and TPC Southwind.
    • The total prize pool for the FedEx Cup stands at $60 million, with the champion earning $15 million.
    • As of now, Jordan Spieth is in contention for the FedEx Cup. His final standing will depend on his performance in the tournaments leading up to the FedEx Cup.
    • There is a cut for the FedEx Cup. After the first two playoff tournaments, only the top 30 players in the FedEx Cup points standings will qualify for the Tour Championship.

    Odds for the 2023 FedEx Championship

    Odds will be updated here when they are released.


    In conclusion, the FedEx Cup is more than just a competition – it’s a testament to a golfer’s skill, consistency, and resilience throughout a grueling PGA Tour season. The FedEx Cup’s unique format, which rewards consistent performance, sets it apart from other golf tournaments, infusing it with a unique sense of excitement and suspense. As it continues to evolve and adapt, the FedEx Cup is set to remain a highlight of the professional golf calendar for years to come.

    The FedEx Championship is not just a golf tournament – it’s a narrative of a golfer’s journey through a challenging PGA Tour season. It’s about the thrill of victory, the agony of defeat, and the unyielding pursuit of excellence. Are you ready for the 2023 FedEx Cup?

    Golf FAQs

    How do PGA Golf Majors Pools work?

    In PGA Golf Majors Pools, member select six golfers to compete on a roster over the course of an event. The member with the best combined score from the six golfers wins.

    Can you include all four majors into one pool?

    Yes, but your commissioner can also customize these setting with RunYourPool. Pools can include up to all four majors, repicking golfers each time or adding bonus points for finishing positions

    How do I assemble a roster?

    Golfers are broken up in to six tiers, as members select one golfer per tier to be on their Major roster.

    What happens to golfers who miss the cut?

    Any PGA Player who does not make the cut will be given the highest score of Round 3 and Round 4, respectively.

    What are the four golf majors?

    The Masters is the first major of the season, in April. The PGA Championship and the U.S. Open follow, with the British Open ending as the final major.

    How do PGA One and Dones work?

    Members in a pool select one golfer to win a tournament, but can't pick that golfer again for the rest of the season. The member with the best score at the end of the season wins.

    What is a PGA One and Done pool?

    A PGA One-and-Done Pool is a contest similar to Survivor Pools, in which members can only select a golfer one time per season for events.

    Which tournaments are played for PGA One and Dones?

    Pool commissioners can set up the season for as many or as few tournaments as desired. Go crazy and do all of them! Or dial it back for the major events. As commissioner of a RunYourPool contest, you decide which events to play in!

    How to run a weekly golf pool?

    In order to run a golf pool, you must first crown yourself as Pool Commissioner. Begin by picking a game type like One and Done or Pick-X Pools. You'll want to establish rules before inviting friends, family, and colleagues to join. As commissioner, you make the rules and also need to enforce them equally and fairly.

    How do golf Pick-X Pools work?

    Members select a certain number of golfers per tournament, set by the pool commissioner. The member earns the total winnings that their selected golfer won for the tournament. Whichever member earns the most winnings over the duration of the season wins.

    What is a golf Pick-X Pool?

    A Pick-X Golf Pool calculates tournament winnings rather than strokes gained when deciding a winner. This amplifies the big name events that feature a higher prize purse.

    How to run a golf pool?

    How you decide to run a golf pool varies greatly depending on the game type. In each case, however, you'll want to determine the rules and settings before you begin inviting members to join you. You'll want to clearly establish how score will be kept, how tiebreakers work, and how winners are decided before anything else.

    What is a prop bet?

    Prop bets are any sort of pick or wager on a game that has nothing to do with the score or the final score outcome. Props can range from game types, to team types and even player types - such as who will score the game's first and last touchdowns? Other props, such as novelty or exotic, feature bets on things such as the coin flip or the Super Bowl Halftime Show.

    How do Masters Prop Bets Pools work?

    Pool members simply fill out a wide range of prop questions, each question worth a different value. Commissioners decide on the point value for each question, along with the amount of questions. Whichever member earns the most points based on corret answers wins the pool.

    When is the Masters?

    The Masters is typically in April and the first major of the golf season. The 2023 Masters is set for Thursday, April 6 and will run until Sunday, April 9.

    Where is the Masters played?

    The Masters is annually held at the Augusta National Golf Club located in Augusta, Georgia, USA.


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