2014 FedEx Cup Playoffs: Winners and Losers from the Barclays

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2014 FedEx Cup Playoffs: Winners and Losers from the Barclays
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Part of what makes the FedEx Cup playoffs such a draw is keeping the best players on the course at a time they might otherwise take some time off. Pay them and they will show.

The Barclays, the first leg of the FedEx Cup playoffs, went to Hunter Mahan, who leapt up the FedEx Cup leaderboard from 62nd to first with his win. It was also a proving ground for some looking to advance to the second leg in Boston.

"I haven't played my best this year so to get a win in an event like this and the timing that it was," Mahan said on the CBS broadcast. "It feels unbelievable. I'm very proud of myself right now."

Some players came to Ridgewood Country Club hot and left smoldering. Others arrived unknown and left Paramus, New Jersey, one step closer to a $10 million bonus.

Unless otherwise stated, all stats are provided by PGA Tour.com.

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