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MEDINAH, IL - AUGUST 15:  Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland and Brooks Koepka talk as they walk off the 17th hole tee box  during the first round of the BMW Championship, the second event of the FedExCup Playoffs, at Medinah Country Club (No. 3) on August 15, 2019 in Medinah, Illinois. (Photo by Keyur Khamar/PGA TOUR via Getty Images)

MEDINAH, IL - AUGUST 15: Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland and Brooks Koepka talk as they walk off the 17th hole tee box during the first round of the BMW Championship, the second event of the FedExCup Playoffs, at Medinah Country Club (No. 3) on August 15, 2019 in Medinah, Illinois. (Photo by Keyur Khamar/PGA TOUR via Getty Images)



    New format for 2019 FedExCup Playoffs


    A quick look at each of the 30 players who have advanced to the TOUR Championship, the FedExCup Playoffs finale that will decide the winner of the FedExCup. Under the new format, each player has been assigned Starting Strokes based on his position in the points standings.

    PLAYERS ADVANCING TO TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP
    FEC rank/PlayerStarting StrokesTOUR Championship
    1. JUSTIN THOMAS-104th start
    The 2017 FedExCup champ seeking to join Tiger Woods as only two-time winners.
    2. PATRICK CANTLAY-83rd start
    Never been a factor at East Lake but he’s never been in this sort of form either.
    3. BROOKS KOEPKA-74th start
    Reigning Player of the Year hoping to improve on his T-26 finish at East Lake last year.
    4. PATRICK REED-66th start
    East Lake has rarely treated him well; his best finish is T13 and just 5 of his 20 rounds are under par.
    5. RORY McILROY-56th start
    A winner and runner-up at East Lake in the past. Looking to add to 2016 FedExCup crown.
    6. JON RAHM-43rd start
    Looking to better the T7 and T11 results from his first two trips to East Lake.
    7. MATT KUCHAR-49th start
    The two-time winner this season has been a staple at East Lake since 2010 but T10 is his best finish there.
    8. XANDER SCHAUFFELE-43rd start
    Won at East Lake in debut in 2017. T7 last season. Likes the place for sure.
    9. WEBB SIMPSON-47th start
    Three top-5 finishes at East Lake, but the year he could have won it all … he was 22nd in Atlanta.
    10. ABRAHAM ANCER-41st start
    First trip to East Lake for the first Mexican to make the Presidents Cup.
    11. GARY WOODLAND-37th start
    The U.S. Open champion has not been able to tame East Lake in the past. T9 is his best result in six tries.
    12. TONY FINAU-33rd start
    Looking to improve his efforts at East Lake after T7 in 2017 and T15 in 2018.
    13. ADAM SCOTT-311th start
    Won at East Lake the year before the FedExCup started. Nothing better than T6 (2011) since.
    14. DUSTIN JOHNSON-310th start
    Five top 10s, three of them top 5s in his past at East Lake but no wins.
    15. HIDEKI MATSUYAMA-36th start
    Finding some form late in the season and has top-5 finish at East Lake in two of the last three seasons.
    16. PAUL CASEY-26th start
    Never finished worse than T11 at East Lake in five tries. Four times inside top 5.
    17. JUSTIN ROSE-210th start
    While a win at East Lake is not on his resume, he did secure the FedExCup here a year ago. Six straight top 10s on the course.
    18. BRANDT SNEDEKER-27th start
    A winner at East Lake in 2012 to take the FedExCup. Nothing better than T16 in the other five starts.
    19. RICKIE FOWLER-26th start
    Shot a pair of 65s last season on way to career best T7 at East Lake, but was over par in the other two rounds.
    20. KEVIN KISNER-24th start
    After two dreadful performances in 2015 and 2016, he was T3 in 2017 at East Lake. Returns after a year absence.
    21. MARC LEISHMAN-14th start
    East Lake has not been a happy hunting ground for the 2009 Rookie of the Year. T21 last season his best result.
    22. TOMMY FLEETWOOD-12nd start
    T11 in his only previous start at East Lake last season. Still searching for first PGA TOUR win.
    23. COREY CONNERS-11st start
    From Monday qualifier to tournament winner to first trip to East Lake. It’s all gravy from here.
    24. SUNGJAE IM-11st start
    Chasing Rookie of the Year honors. Only rookie to survive to East Lake but handful of others have wins.
    25. CHEZ REAVIE-12nd start
    Returns to East Lake for the first time since 2011 when he was T26.
    26. BRYSON DeCHAMBEAUEven2nd start
    Was top seed a year ago but struggled to finish 19th. This year he will need to climb.
    27. LOUIS OOSTHUIZENEven3rd start
    Returns for first time since he was a WD in 2015. Never better than T23 at East Lake.
    28. CHARLES HOWELL IIIEven6th start
    Two-time runner-up in the TOUR Championship but only one of those was at East Lake. Georgia native returns for first time since a T6 in 2011.
    29. LUCAS GLOVEREven4th start
    Just his second appearance in the FedExCup era and fourth overall. Two top 10s from previous trips.
    30. JASON KOKRAKEven1st start
    Had to play his way in at Medinah to earn his first East Lake start.
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