Playoffs Guidebook: Table of contents

August 19, 2012
PGA TOUR staff
The 2012 FedExCup Playoffs starts this week with The Barclays, the first of four tournaments that will decide this year's FedExCup champion. To get you ready for the Playoffs, PGATOUR.COM has put together a one-stop source of links to information, records and other assorted notes.

2012 FedExCup Playoffs
Winning scenarios Anyone in the TOUR Championship field can win the FedExCup. How? Click to find out.
Reset points Points have been altered prior to the FedExCup finale. See where everyone stands prior to their trip to East Lake.
Playoffs Tracker See who's moving on and who's going home after each Playoffs event.
FedExCup predictions PGATOUR.COM staffers make their predictions on this year's winner
Bonus money To the victor goes the $10 million spoils. But no one at East Lake will leave empty handed.
Power Rankings Fantasy expert Rob Bolton predicts the top 30 finishers in the Playoffs
Playoffs history Career Playoffs appearances and results for each of the top 125
Playoffs Basics
FedExCup 101 How the FedExCup works
Regular Season points Distribution of points (Hyundai to Wyndham)
Playoffs points Distribution of points (Barclays to TOUR Champ.)
Reset points New point structure for TOUR Championship
Playoffs events
The Barclays
Bethpage State Park (Black Course) Aug. 20-26 Tournament home page

Deutsche Bank Championship
TPC Boston Aug. 27-Sept. 3* Tournament home page

BMW Championship
Crooked Stick Golf Club Sept. 3-9 Tournament home page

TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola
East Lake Golf Club Sept. 17-23 Tournament home page
* - Deutsche Bank Championship ends on Labor Day Monday
FedExCup Champions
Here's a look at each of the FedExCup champions, their path to the title and their ShotLink stats
2011: Bill Haas ShotLink stats Full coverage
2010: Jim Furyk ShotLink stats Full coverage
2009: Tiger Woods ShotLink stats Full coverage
2008: Vijay Singh ShotLink stats Full coverage
2007: Tiger Woods ShotLink stats Full coverage
Top performers How the champs have fared; most top-10 finishes, most starts; more
Highs and lows Scoring average leaders; most rounds in 60s; lowest rounds; more
Miscellaneous records Most fairways and greens hit; longest drives; longest putts; more
Miscellaneous notes Best rookie performances; advancing outside bubble in multiple weeks
Top 5 through the years How the top five have fared at the TOUR Championship
With each new stage of the FedExCup Playoffs, the field gets smaller. Here's a look at the players who started each tournament outside the projected Playoffs cutline but managed to play their way into the next event. We also take a look at the players who have made the biggest moves in their FedExCup rankings during their Playoffs run.
Barclays bubble Advancing to Deutsche Bank Championship from outside The Barclays bubble
Deutsche Bank bubble Advancing to BMW Championship from outside Deutsche Bank bubble
BMW bubble Advancing to TOUR Championship from outside BMW Championship bubble
Outside top 30 Moving inside the top 30 after starting the Playoffs outside top 30
2011 Playoffs Camilo Villegas made the biggest move. Here are the top 30
2010 Playoffs Martin Laird made the biggest move. Here are the top 30
2009 Playoffs Heath Slocum made the biggest move. Here are the top 30
2008 Playoffs Tim Herron made the biggest move. Here are the top 30
2007 Playoffs Arron Oberholser made the biggest move. Here are the top 30