How much the Top 10 players earn in the FedEx Cup will blow your mind!

FedEx Cup prize money, how the leaderboard looks, round 1 tee times, TV guide...

Andy Roberts's picture
Tue, 20 Aug 2019

Justin Thomas might hold all the aces heading into this week's season-ending Tour Championship, which ultimately decides the fate of the season-long FedEx Cup, but there are plenty of big-name players tucked in behind ready to make the American work hard for his second FedEx Cup title.

Thomas, the 2017 FedEx Cup winner, will start with a two-stroke lead at East Lake as the FedEx Cup final operates under a new staggered start to reward those players that have performed best throughout the 2019 season, especially in the Playoffs where bigger points have been awarded.

The other big change in 2019 is the HUGE sum of bonus money that is being dished out to the players competing in the 30-man Tour Championship.

There is a record $70 million up for grabs this week, if you include the $10 million that was distributed among the Wyndham Rewards top 10 winners.

There is no longer a purse for the Tour Championship, just bonus money given based off a player's finish at East Lake.

This year's winner will receive $15 million, which marks a $5 million increase from the previous top prize.

The runner-up will earn $5 million, and every player at East Lake will make at least $395,000. 


1st place - $15 million

2nd place - $5 million

3rd place - $4 million

4th place - $3 million

5th place - $2.5 million

6th place - $1.9 million

7th place - $1.3 million

8th place - $1.1 million

9th place - $950,000

10th place - $830,000

Let's take a look at how the Top 30 players will line up in the staggered start at East Lake, along with each player's starting price ahead of Thursday's first round...

-10 J Thomas (US) - 5/2 favourite

-8 P Cantlay (US) - 9/2

-7 B Koepka (US) - 5/1 

-6 P Reed (US) - 14/1

-5 R McIlroy (NI) - 8/1

-4 J Rahm (Spa) 14/1 M Kuchar (US) 40/1 X Schauffele (US) 28/1 W Simpson (US) 22/1 A Ancer (Mex) 50/1

-3 H Matsuyama (Jap) 33/1 G Woodland (US) 80/1 T Finau (US) 40/1 D Johnson (US) 25/1 A Scott (Aus) 33/1

-2 P Casey (Eng) 66/1 J Rose (Eng) 45/1 B Snedeker (US) 100/1 R Fowler (US) 50/1 K Kisner (US) 125/1

-1 M Leishman (Aus) 200/1 T Fleetwood (Eng) 100/1 C Conners (Can) 300/1 S Im (Kor) 225/1C Reavie (US) 250/1

PAR B DeChambeau (US) 225/1 C Howell III (US) 300/1 L Glover (US) 250/1 J Kokrak (US) 250/1 L Oosthuizen (SA) 200/1


4.45 - Lucas Glover, Jason Kokrak
4.55 - Charles Howell III, Louis Oosthuizen
5.05 - Bryson DeChambeau, Chez Reavie
5.15 - Sungjae Im, Corey Conners
5.25 - Marc Leishman, Tommy Fleetwood
5.35 - Rickie Fowler, Kevin Kisner
5.45 - Justin Rose, Brandt Snedeker
5.55 - Paul Casey, Hideki Matsuyama
6.05 - Adam Scott, Dustin Johnson
6.15 - Gary Woodland, Tony Finau
6.25 - Abraham Ancer, Webb Simpson
6.35 - Matt Kuchar, Xander Schauffele
6.45 - Jon Rahm, Rory McIlroy
6.55 - Brook Koepka, Patrick Reed
7.05 - Justin Thomas, Patrick Cantlay


Wednesday - Live from the Range - 7pm
Thursday - Day One - 6pm
Friday - Day Two - 6pm
Saturday - Day Three - 6pm
Sunday - Day Four - 5pm 



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