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Updated: Fri, Feb 09th 2018 8:00:11 am
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Casey carded an adventurous one-over 71 in the final round of the TOUR Championship to finish in a tie for 11th place.
Casey had five birdies, two bogeys, and two double-bogeys on Sunday at East Lake. He was seventh in SG: Approach and fourth in putts per GIR, but only got the ball up and down 52 percent of the time. Casey has been a top-20 machine over the last two years, but hasn't looked like that guy at all over the last couple months. This T11 is his first top-20 in five starts anywhere. Casey will be on the European Ryder Cup team next week in France.
Added Yesterday 10:37 pm (EST)
Wise closed with a one-over 71 on Sunday at the TOUR Championship to finish three-under and tied for 15th.
Wise tied for fifth among the field in terms of GIR percentage and ranked second in SG: Off-the-Tee during his East Lake debut, but he couldn't figure out the greens while falling to 29th in putts per GIR and 22nd in SG: Putting. He's essentially a lock to win the Rookie of the Year award as the only newcomer to qualify for the TOUR Championship as a member of the top-30 in FedExCup points, bursting onto the scene with finishes of T2-Win at the Wells Fargo Championship and AT&T Byron Nelson. Wise also collected top-10s late in the season at the Northern Trust and WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, climbing to 50th in the Official World Golf Ranking by season's end.
Added Yesterday 10:31 pm (EST)
Rahm finished in a tie for 11th place at the TOUR Championship after rounds of 68-68-68-72.
Rahm was T9 in driving accuracy, T5 in greens in regulation, and third in putts per GIR. The problem was that he racked up three double-bogeys, which neutralized the fact that he tied for the lead in total birdies. After a victory early in the season at the CareerBuilder Challenge, it looked like a sure thing that Rahm would surge to No. 1 in the OWGR. The Spaniard was just too inconsistent throughout the summer months. Rahm will look to help Team Europe to a victory in the Ryder Cup next week.
Added Yesterday 10:27 pm (EST)
Finau closed with a two-over 72 on Sunday at the TOUR Championship to finish three-under and tied for 15th.
Finau was attempting to complete the rare feat of finishing top-10 in all four events of the FedExCup Playoffs, but a stretch of four consecutive bogeys on the back nine during Sunday's final round sent him into a tie for 15th. He was surprisingly unspectacular off the tee at East Lake, ranking T22 in driving accuracy and just 24th in driving distance. Despite completing the 2017-18 season without a victory, Finau will finish sixth in the FedExCup standings thanks to a whopping 11 top-10 results in 28 starts. He'll make his Ryder Cup debut in France next weekend while Team USA enters as the betting favorite.
Added Yesterday 10:25 pm (EST)
Stanley posted a three-over 73 on Sunday at the TOUR Championship to finish three-under and tied for 15th.
Stanley entered Sunday's final round as a member of the top-five on the leaderboard, but a quartet of bogeys to just one birdie spelled disaster for the 27th-ranked player in the OWGR. He ranked just 25th out of 30 in terms of SG: Putting but was ninth in GIR percentage, SG: Tee-to-Green and SG: Approach. Stanley was ultimately held winless during the 2017-18 season, but finished 27th in the FedExCup standings thanks to five top-10s in 26 starts.
Added Yesterday 10:20 pm (EST)
Day fired a two-under 68 on Sunday at the TOUR Championship to finish two-under and alone in 18th place.
Day birdied four of his last six holes in an effort to make up for five final-round bogeys, but he still finished outside of the top-15 among a field of just 30 entrants. He racked up four total doubles during rounds 2 and 3, but still managed to lead the field in SG: Putting on the week. Day struggled with his wedges as he failed to record a single sand save in six attempts, ultimately ranking 29th in SG: Around-the-Green. The Aussie will finish the season at 16th in the FedExCup standings with five top-10s and a pair of wins at the Wells Fargo Championship and Farmers Insurance Open.
Added Yesterday 10:16 pm (EST)
Woodland shot an even-par 70 in the final round of the TOUR Championship to finish in a tie for 11th place.
Woodland got off to a nightmare start on Sunday. He opened with a triple-bogey, and after bogeys at holes 4 and 5, found himself five-over-par for the day. To his credit, he went bogey-free the rest of the way and added five birdies, including three on the last four holes, to get back to even-par. The long-hitter drove it great this week, hitting the second most fairways in the field. Woodland was just off a bit with his irons, but was able to scramble at the fourth best rate of anyone at East Lake. After picking up his third career win at the Phoenix Open in February, Woodland surprisingly was only able to add one top-10 the rest of the season. He should make a few starts in the Fall portion of the schedule.
Added Yesterday 10:14 pm (EST)
DeChambeau fired a three-under 67 on Sunday at the TOUR Championship to finish one-under and alone in 19th place.
DeChambeau experienced frustration early and often at East Lake, playing his first two rounds in a combined six-over-par before finding his groove throughout the weekend. He racked up four consecutive birdies on holes 11-14 during his final round to salvage a top-20 finish, though it's not much of a feat in a 30-entrant field. DeChambeau entered the TOUR Championship as the leader in the FedExCup standings, but was overtaken by both Justin Rose and Tiger Woods in terms of points. DeChambeau will make his Ryder Cup debut next weekend in Paris as a captain's pick for Team USA.
Added Yesterday 10:11 pm (EST)