A $10 million purse that makes every point count.
Add another thrilling layer to your PGA TOUR® season with the FedExCup® championship. Follow your favorite players as they compete for valuable points each week. The season culminates during the FedExCup Playoffs for the chance to earn the title — and the spoils — of FedExCup Champion.
For the first time in 2013–14, the PGA TOUR embarks on a wraparound schedule that bridges two years with a total of 45 events played over 43 weeks. The PGA TOUR season is divided into two segments – the FedExCup Season (41 events) and the FedExCup Playoffs (4 events) – played over 43 weeks.
The 2013–14 PGA TOUR season kicks off with the Frys.com Open (Oct. 10) and includes two more domestic and three international tournaments, with all fall events awarding FedExCup points for the first time. The schedule then resumes in January with the traditional swing through Hawaii with the Hyundai Tournament of Champions (Jan. 3–6) and the Sony Open in Hawaii (Jan. 9–12) before moving to the mainland for the traditional West Coast swing over the next six weeks, beginning with the Humana Challenge in partnership with the Clinton Foundation in LaQuinta, Calif. (Jan. 16–19) and concluding with the Accenture Match Play Championship at Dove Mountain, Ariz. (Feb. 19–23).
The TOUR then moves primarily through the Southeast and Texas for 13 straight weeks, beginning with The Honda Classic (Feb. 27–March 2) and running through the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial (May 22–25).
The PGA TOUR schedule continues through the Midwest and Northeast over the next seven weeks, beginning with the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide Insurance (May 29–June 1) through the John Deere Classic (July 10–13) in Silvis, Ill. The U.S. Open will be contested at Pinehurst No. 2 (June 12–15).
That leads to the final nine–week push to the FedExCup Playoffs, which includes the final two major championships – The Open Championship (July 17–20) at Royal Liverpool; and the PGA Championship (Aug. 7–10) at Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Ky., as well as the World Golf Championships–Bridgestone Invitational (July 31–Aug. 3). The Wyndham Championship (Aug. 14–17) concludes the stretch, finalizing the 125–player Playoff field.
The FedExCup Playoffs once again features four events, starting with The Barclays (Aug. 21–24) at Ridgewood Country Club in Paramus, N.J., onto the Deutsche Bank Championship (August 29–Sept. 1) at TPC Boston and BMW Championship (Sept. 4–7) at Cherry Hills Country Club outside Denver, before concluding at the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta.
Points Distribution: FedExCup Season
- Official PGA TOUR events each award 500 FedExCup points to the first place winner.
- The Masters Tournament, THE PLAYERS Championship, U.S. Open Championship, British Open Championship, and the PGA Championship each award 600 FedExCup points to the first place winner.
- The first three World Golf Championships events each award 550 FedExCup points to the first place winner.
- Additional events played during the FedExCup Season (those played the same week as a major tournament or World Golf Championship events) each award 300 FedExCup points to the first place winner.
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