Odds to Win 2018-19 FedEx Cup
The 2018-19 FedExCup is under a new format. The best of the best concerning international golf will compete in a much more simplified structure this season. The official website of the PGA made the announcement from the East Lake Golf Club and published an outline that the TOUR’s season-long points race would be more vanilla. But still have a sweet taste for the winner.
“It’s no longer necessary for players, fans and media to simultaneously check the scoreboard and projected FedExCup standings,” according to PGA.com.
“The leaderboard will tell the whole story. The winner of the TOUR Championship also will be crowned the FedExCup champion. Players will be rewarded for their position in the FedExCup standings with a lower starting position in relation to par at the start of the TOUR Championship.”
The changes in the format from past season note that rather than a points reset at East Lake, the TOUR is instituting a strokes-based bonus system related to the FedExCup standings through the BMW Championship.
“The FedExCup leader through the first two Playoffs events will begin the TOUR Championship at 10 under par. The next four players will start at -8 through -5, respectively. The next five will begin at -4, regressing by one stroke per five players until players 26-30 start at even par.
In a nutshell the golfer atop the leaderboard at week’s end will be the FedExCup champion.
|FedExCup Top 10 Standings (as of March 5, 2019)|
|RK||PLAYER||AGE||EVENTS||ROUNDS||CUTS MADE||TOP 10||WINS||CUP POINTS||EARNINGS|
|4||Charles Howell III||39||10||38||9||4||1||956||$2,235,349.00|
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Odds to Win 2018-19 FedEx Cup: Thomas 12-1