Course: East Lake GC
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Steele did not finish the season well, and as a result came home 56th in the final FedExCup standings.
For the second consecutive year, Steele started the season with a victory at the Safeway Open. He followed it up with nine finishes of T30 or better in his next 11 starts. After that point, however, the 35-year-old fell off a cliff. Steele went he final 10 events without a finish better than a T47 and missed five cuts. He needs to spend time on his short game this offseason because he was outside the top-175 in both SG: Around-the-green and SG: Putting. Steele won't get much time off likely, as he will be trying to three-peat at the Safeway Open in early October.
Added Sep 18 7:39 pm (EST)
Kim finished T41 at the BMW Championship, but was unable to crack the top-30 in FedExCup points needed to make the TOUR Championship.
Kim had won each of his previous two seasons entering his third year on tour. He came close in 2018 with a second and third place finish, as well as three other top-10's. After making just 14-of-30 cuts last year, Kim made the weekend 23 times in his 31 starts. The South Korean's short game is the strength of game, but he lost strokes off-the-tee, approaching-the-green, and putting. At age 23, he still has plenty of time to develop himself into a more well rounded player. Kim has shown the ability to get in legit contention quite a few times in his young career. Expect him to play a lot of the Asian swing in the fall.
Added Sep 18 7:28 pm (EST)
Scott was unable to qualify for the TOUR Championship after finishing 51st in the FedExCup standings.
Scott recorded a T9 finish at the AT&T Byron Nelson, which incredibly was his first top-10 anywhere since the 2017 FedEx St. Jude Classic. He found himself outside the top-100 in FedExCup points before posting a solo third at the PGA Championship, then following that up with a T5 at the first playoff event. Finishes of T49-T51 in Boston and Philly were not enough to make the TOUR Championship. The putter, as has been for years, was an issue again as he ranked 165th in SG: Putting. Scott was able to finish top-10 in both SG: Approach and greens in regulation, however. The Aussie will likely play the Asian swing of the PGA Tour schedule this fall.
Added Sep 18 7:19 pm (EST)
Poulter will finish the 2018 season 50th in the FedExCup standings after missing the TOUR Championship.
Poulter didn't finish better than a T48 in the playoffs, and that was the main reason he did not challenge for the 30 man field at the TOUR Championship. He was able to get back into the winner's circle for the first time since 2012 with his win at the Houston Open in April. Poulter was top-25 in nine of his 20 starts this season. He was very consistent in all parts of his game, ranking 25th in SG: Approach and finishing in the top half of the tour of all the other strokes gained categories. Poulter will make his return to the Ryder Cup next week.
Added Sep 18 7:04 pm (EST)
Armour posted his best season on the PGA Tour, but wasn't able to crack the TOUR Championship field.
Armour got his first career PGA Tour win at age 42 in his second start of the season. He would post eight more top-25's, including a runner-up at the Quicken Loans National. Unfortunately, he did not finish better than a T35 in the playoffs and that was not enough to make it to East Lake. Armour is one of the shorter hitters on tour, but he hit over 73 percent of the fairways, which ranked second. At his length, Armour can't be losing strokes on the greens like he did this season. He should play quite a bit in the fall to get a head start on FedExCup points.
Added Sep 18 6:52 pm (EST)
Harman finished the season 48th in the FedExCup standings, and will not make the TOUR Championship.
Harman started off the season very strong with top-eight finishes in his first five events. After a T6 finish at the Travelers Championship to record his eight top-10 and 11th top-25 of the season, Harman didn't finish better than a T48 the final seven events of the season. He ranked 28th this season in SG: Putting to nobody's surprise, but that flat stick wasn't as strong the last couple months, which led to a lot of inconsistent finishes. Harman should play a few events in the fall portion of the schedule.
Added Sep 18 6:33 pm (EST)
Kisner will miss the TOUR Championship for the first time since 2014 after he finished 47th in the FedExCup standings.
Kisner had a pair of runner-ups this season, but for the most part was a little disappointing and inconsistent after some strong seasons in recent years. He was in real contention on the weekend in both the Open Championship and PGA Championship, but finishes of T73-T24-T58 in the playoffs were not enough to crack the East Lake field. The putter has no doubt always been Kisner's biggest weapon, but the ball striking just wasn't there this season, as he was 169th in SG: Approach and 118th in GIR's. He will be disappointed to not make the Ryder Cup team, but maybe that motivates him to have a bounce-back season starting this October.
Added Sep 18 6:19 pm (EST)
List failed to qualify for the TOUR Championship, but did post his career best finish in the FedExCup standings.
After List posted 12 finishes of T26 or better over the first 18 events of the season, he notched just one such finish over the final 11 starts. List was well within the top-30 for most of the season, but that disappointing finish left him on the outside looking in as it relates to the TOUR Championship. List ranked fourth in SG: Off-the-tee, 12th in SG: Around, and ninth in SG: Tee-to-green this season. The one alarming area is with the putter, where List lost nearly a half a shot each round, which ranked 182nd on tour. He should play plenty of fall events starting in October.
Added Sep 18 6:01 pm (EST)