Jordan Spieth capped an unforgettable season with a four-shot victory at the Tour Championship to fittingly secure the FedEx Cup title. At the rain-soaked East Lake GC, Spieth posted an one-under 69 in the final round to card a tournament total of nine-under.
It was always meant to end this way — with Spieth reclaiming the world no. 1 ranking and winning the FedEx Cup. After all, it was his year/season; he played the best with the most consistency. Jason Day momentarily took over Spieth’s spotlight with his impressive victory at the PGA Championship, along with wins at two of the four playoff events, The Barclays and the BMW Championship, not to mention reaching no. 1 for the first time in his career.