Tag Archives: 2013 FedExCup

Nov
17
2013
By Stephanie Wei under European PGA Tour
The Stense!!!

The Stense!!!

Henrik Stenson stuck his second shot on the par-5 18th to a foot for a straightforward kick-in eagle to shoot a 64 on Sunday, and also cap off a six-shot victory at the DP World Tour Championship, the fourth and final event in the European Tour’s equivalent of the FedExCup.

With his eighth European Tour title, the Swede became the first golfer to win the PGA Tour’s FedExCup and European Tour’s Race to Dubai in the same season. In other words, Stenson is filthy rich and essentially a walking ATM machine. 

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Sep
22
2013
Lindsey in tow with TW's kids

Lindsey in tow with TW’s kids

Before the leaders made the turn, Tiger Woods putted out for par on the 18th and a final-round 67 at the Tour Championship, with his girlfriend Lindsey Vonn and his kids Charlie and Sam watching.

Sam broke free and ran to give her dad a hug. 

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Aug
23
2013
Tiger struggling

Tiger struggling

Due to Thursday’s weather delays, 63 players returned on Friday morning to finish the first round and then going on to play their second. The other half of the field that finished the first round Thursday and then teed off late on Friday will return on Saturday morning to complete their second rounds. Yeah, it’s a bit of a cluster, but good news is the weather was beautiful today and the forecast calls for nothing but more sunshine over the weekend.

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Aug
21
2013
By Stephanie Wei under FedEx Cup
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Adam Scott celebrating in the Green Jacket

No question Tiger Woods has had spectacular year — he’s won five times this season, including two World Golf Championships, but once again, he came up short at the majors. I’ve been discussing this topic with several people recently (and I plan on asking other players the same question that Adam Scott addressed today), if Tiger or any other player would trade five regular wins for one major.

It’s a no-brainer to me. He’d rather have a major number 15. 

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