Si Woo KimTo cap off his superb finish of 6-under-par on his last six holes, he shot from 167 yards in front of the 18th fairway. He was able to score a 62 and share the lead at FedEx St. Jude Championship. J.J. SpaunThursday
Kim and Spaun, who shot eight birdies in a round so clean he couldn’t even decide which shot was his best, are both guaranteed to play next week. Spaun started the postseason at No. 25 after he won his first PGA Tour title at Valero Texas Open.
He won the event and was sent straight to Augusta National to play in the Masters. He didnt get to enjoy the experience, but it was so quick that he had to be there immediately. He tied for 23rd, and would love nothing more than to return. He is likely to make it to this FedEx Cup Finale.
Spaun stated, It will feel nice to punch another ticket there, be able to plan and get down Sunday or Saturday the week before, and take my time and enjoy every little thing that comes along with that great tradition. Im going to be there if I keep playing well this week, and for the next couple of weeks.
Tony FinauAfter two consecutive victories, he was crowned the winner. J.T. Poston64. The group at 65 was included Sam BurnsThe No. 3 seed, and Ryan Palmer Lucas GloverThese are those at the bottom and who need a big week of play.
Scottie SchefflerAs No. 1, has the luxury of a slow start. The FedEx Cups No. 1 player in the world, and the FedEx Cup, is a nice luxury. The disappointing day for the Masters champion saw a few misses on the green and some odd bounces.
This report was compiled by the Associated Press.