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FedExCup top 5 update

By PGA Tour News on Fri, Sep 22 2017 12:21 AM

ATLANTA -- Each of the top five players in FedExCup points is guaranteed to win the FedExCup with a victory at this week's TOUR Championship. In addition, there are certain scenarios for winning the FedExCup should some other player outside the top five wins the tournament. Here's a look at how each top-5 player fared during Thursday's first round at East Lake. Tournament leader Kyle Stanley is projected to the No. 2 spot.  1. JORDAN SPIETH, 67, T6 (projected 1st in FedExCup) – After battling a wayward driver on the front nine, Spieth settled down with three straight birdies on holes 6-8, then went bogey-free on the back. Three behind leader Kyle Stanley. "I'm surprised we're at 3 under," Spieth said. "I felt like it was really a grind out there and it's just because the first four, five holes of the round I was all over the place tee to green." 2. JUSTIN THOMAS, 67, T6 (projected third) – A hot-and-cold round for the six-time TOUR winner. Playing with Spieth in the final pairing,...



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