The final event of the PGA Tour regular season is here with the upcoming Wyndham Championship at Sedgefield Country Club. After a wild six-man playoff in 2021, defending champ Kevin Kisner returns to Greensboro, N.C., for a topsy-turvy season-ender that will include some FedEx Cup Playoffs jockeying.
Will Zalatoris is the highest-ranked player in the field and will look to build some momentum to carry with him into the PGA Tour postseason.
There always seems to be some late movement on Sunday that changes people’s seasons/careers. Chesson Hadley shot a final-round 62 a year ago, making his first career hole-in-one in the process, to finish high enough that he jumped from No. 132 to No. 125 in the FedEx Cup points standings and earned the final playoff spot by a single point. Look out for some similar dramatic jockeying over the next week.
The winner will receive 500 points and a $1.314 million share of the $7.3 million purse.
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