he FedEx Cup end of the season games start at TPC Southwind, where focuses are quadrupled to consider huge moves. Scottie Scheffler starts as the focuses pioneer.

The PGA Tour's end of the season games start with the current week's FedEx St. Jude Championship at TPC Southwind close to Memphis. The first of three occasions has a fundamental section field of 121 players, with 70 progressing to the following week's BMW Championship.

Daniel Berger, Tommy Fleetwood, Lanto Griffin and Nate Lashley were inside the main 125 in directs yet are not playing due toward injury or individual reasons. There are no substitutes in the season finisher occasions so their spots won't be supplanted.

Just two players moved into the best 125 after the Wyndham Championship — Joohyung "Tom" Kim, whose triumph at the Wyndham gave him full PGA Tour enrollment and moved him to 34th in places

Furthermore, Max McGreevy, who in spite of missing 15 of 21 cuts in 2022, shot a last cycle 65 to tie for fifth and move from 126th to 104th.

Rickie Fowler, regardless of missing the cut, clung to the 125th spot and will make the end of the season games.

The focuses are expanded for the end of the season games, with 2,000 going to the victor rather than 500. That implies a season finisher occasion is worth multiple times that of a customary occasion, consequently the opportunities for greater unpredictability.

The FedEx St. Jude Championship has a purse of $15 million, with the winner earning $2.7 million.