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The Tour Report

September 15 2012

9:00 PM

FedExCup preview: Lee Westwood

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The top 30 in FedExCup points are headed to East Lake for the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola. Here’s a look at Lee Westwood, one of the 30 players who will contend for the FedExCup title.

SCENARIOS TO WIN FEDEXCUP: For Westwood to win the FedExCup, he MUST win the TOUR Championship and have the following scenarios fall into place:
> Rory McIlroy (No. 1) finishes 3rd* or worse
> Tiger Woods (No. 2) finishes T-2* or worse
> Nick Watney (No. 3) finishes 2nd* or worse
> *Tie for the FedExCup
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SEASON IN REVIEW: The affable Englishman decided to re-join the PGA TOUR after watching the FedExCup Playoffs on TV last year and feeling like he was missing out. Westwood has posted top-10 finishes in half of his 14 starts in the States this year, including the first two majors and two of the three Playoffs events. His tie for second at the BMW Championship gave him a big boost as he moved up 23 spots in the FedExCup standings as he heads to Atlanta for the first time. -- Helen Ross

PATH TO TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP: Here’s a look at Westwood's results in the first three events of the 2012 FedExCup Playoffs:
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FEC ranking after event




PREVIOUS FEDEXCUP FINISHES: Here is how Westwood has finished in previous Playoffs appearances:

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EAST LAKE HISTORY: This will be Westwood's first start at East Lake.

ALBERS’ QUICK TAKE: Fred Albers, on-course correspondent for SiriusXM PGA TOUR Radio, provides a quick look at Westwood:
Here's your dark horse. Westwood has been gathering momentum under new short game coach Tony Johnstone. Might have won last week's BMW Championship if not for hitting a couple of strange chips on Sunday at Crooked Stick. Might be peaking at the right time.

WATCH: Westwood drives green en route to eagle 2 at Accenture Match Play Championship

PLAYER PAGE: Click here for more on Lee Westwood

Now it’s your turn. How do you think Westwood will fare at the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola?