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Tiger Woods won his second FedEx Cup in 2009.
Tiger Woods has regained his stature as the predominant player in all of golf.
He has three wins on the PGA Tour in 2012.
He was never a factor in the Masters this year finishing T-40. He played brilliant golf and led the U. S. open after 36 holes only to stumble on the weekend and ultimately finishing T-21.
Tiger was challenging for the Claret Jug at Royal Lytham until an untimely triple-bogey on the sixth hole on Sunday cost him the Open Championship. Even though he struggled again on the weekend at a major, he was T-11 at the PGA Championship.
If he keeps putting himself in position, he will eventually win more majors.
Tiger already has two FedEx Cups in his trophy case at his mansion on Jupiter Island.
He leads the FedEx Cup points list heading into the first event at the Barclays. A win in any of the four playoff events plus a couple of top-10’s will probably get him another cup plus the $10 million that goes along with it.
The four weeks of the FedEx Cup playoffs are all about consistency and focus.
Who do you know that can focus on the task at hand more than Tiger Woods?