The FedEx Cup Is Over

The FedEx Cup has been decided. Tiger will take home the ten million dollar check sign the paperwork for the annuity.

Going into this weekend’s event, there were just three players who reasonably could win—Tiger, Phil and Steve Stricker. After two rounds, Tiger is leading Mickelson by seven and Stricker by nine.

The only other two players who had a mathematical chance were K.J. Choi and Rory Sabbatini. But they only had a chance if Tiger finished out of the top 15, which he most decidedly is not going to do.

If Mickelson or Stricker are able to make a game of this, it will only be as a result of one of the biggest collapses in golf history—one of Norman- or VandeVelde- ian proportions.

It’s safe to watch football.

My alma mater—West Virginia has already won this week. Mrs. Goflblogger is hoping that hers—Michigan—can finally put one in the W column.

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4 thoughts on “The FedEx Cup Is Over”

  1. Is nobody trying to watch the Solheim Cup?  Seems a lot more competitive than the Tiger cup in Atlanta. 

    I am only sorry that DirecTV expands the HD next week instead of this week, so Golf Channel right now is still in standard definition.


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