Round 4: Quick look at each player

September 25, 2011

ATLANTA -- Here's a quick look at each player's final round Sunday at the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola. The players are listed in order of their final FedExCup ranking:

Player Score Pos. Comment
1 Bill Haas 68 1 Began 25th but with four rounds in 60s, win took FedExCup
2 Webb Simpson 73 22 Ended Playoffs 15 points behind fellow Wake Forest alum
3 Luke Donald 69 T3 Got 13th top-10 of year on TOUR, but came up short in FEC
4 Dustin Johnson 70 T23 Never got in mix with four rounds in 70s
5 Justin Rose 67 T20 BMW winner never recovered from second-round 75
6 Matt Kuchar 73 T20 Fell six spots on board after final-round 73
7 Hunter Mahan 71 2 Would have won FedExCup had he beat Haas in playoff
8 Brandt Snedeker 79 T16 Third-round 74 killed chances as he tied for 16th
9 Nick Watney 74 T26 Only broke 72 once all week, had only one birdie Sunday
10 Chez Reavie 74 T26 Final-round and second-round 77 ended FedExCup dreams
11 K.J. Choi 70 T3 Nearly snuck into the playoff with two late birdies
12 Jason Day 71 T6 Two bogeys to close killed chances at win
13 John Senden 71 25 Three bogeys in first five holes were too tough to overcome
14 Aaron Baddeley 72 T3 Had he won, Simpson would have won FedExCup
15 Phil Mickelson 71 10 Took 32 putts again -- time to scrap the long putter?
16 Adam Scott 68 T6 Bounced back from 74 with 68 in final round
17 Gary Woodland 66 T13 Bogey-free 66 for tie for 13th in first East Lake trip
18 Steve Stricker 72 15 Battled neck injury all week, shot 72 Sunday
19 Charles Howell III 68 T6 Second straight 68 vaulted him into tie for sixth
20 Keegan Bradley 70 T11 Was it enough to garner Presidents Cup spot?
20 David Toms 69 T16 Five birdies offset by two bogeys, one double bogey
22 Mark Wilson 69 T26 Finally broke par in final round
23 Bo Van Pelt 68 9 Led field in driving accuracy and shot final-round 68
24 Geoff Ogilvy 68 T11 Two bogeys, one double, four birdies over last 10 holes
25 Jason Dufner 69 T13 Only second round in 60s of week as he tied for 13th
26 Bubba Watson 69 T23 Had 10-shot swing for the better after 79 day earlier
27 Jonathan Byrd 75 30 Finished dead last at 12 over after 75 in final round
28 Vijay Singh 69 T16 Former FedExCup champ was never in contention
29 Fredrik Jacobson 75 T16 Seven-shot swing the wrong way for Swede
30 Y.E. Yang 72 29 Opened with birdie, finished with birdie, shot 72

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