Scenarios: How the top 5 can win the Schwab Cup

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October 25, 2011
Alex Turnbull, PGA TOUR Information Systems

SCENARIOS TO WIN

No. 1 Tom Lehman Current Points: 2,338 (Leader) Lehman can with the Schwab Cup with a last-place finish and: No. 2 Mark Calcavecchia finishes in a 3-way tie for 2nd or worse No. 3 Peter Senior doesn't win No. 4 John Cook doesn't win No. 5 Russ Cochran doesn't win Also: If Lehman finishes solo second, no one else can win the Cup

No. 2 Mark Calcavecchia Current Points: 1,956 (382 points behind leader) Calcavecchia wins the Schwab Cup with a win and: No. 1 Tom Lehman finishes in a 2-way tie for 2nd or worse Or: Calcavecchia can win with a runner-up finish if Lehman finishes in a 2-way tie for 12th or worse

No. 3 Peter Senior Current Points: 1,782 (556 points behind leader) Senior wins the Schwab Cup with a win and: No. 1 Tom Lehman finishes in a 2-way tie for 4th or worse Tie Scenario: If Lehman finishes in a 4-way tie for 3rd there will be a tie (tied at 2,662 pts)

No. 4 John Cook Current Points: 1,726 (612 points behind lead) Cook wins the Schwab Cup with a win and: No. 1 Tom Lehman finishes in a 2-way tie for 5th or worse

No. 5 Russ Cochran Current Points: 1,508 (830 points behind lead) Cochran wins the Schwab Cup with a win and: No. 1 Tom Lehman finishes in a 2-way tie for 29th or worse No. 2 Mark Calcavecchia finishes in 3-way tie for 2nd or worse No. 3 Peter Senior finishes 3rd or worse No. 4 John Cook finishes 3rd or worse Tie scenario: If Lehman finishes 28th or 29th (50 pts) he would tie Cochran for lead.

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