The event runs Thursday-Sunday as it always has, but the number of matches has been reduced from 34 to 30 after the PGA Tour changed the rules and format at the behest of returning worldwide captain Nick Price.
Jason Day had five victories, including his first major at the PGA Championship, and there was talk a sixth win and the FedEx Cup might put the Australian in the discussion. “It was one of those moments where I did get disturbed out of my routine.
But despite a disappointing finish at East Lake Golf Club, Day is still positive about all his achievements this season, making him “more hungry” to reclaim the top of the world golf rankings. “Our team did an unbelievable job this year”.
Jordan Speith creamed this exceptional season with $22 million and propelled himself to World No. 1, earning a record prize money from this PGA 2015 winnings and topping it with a $10 million bonus from the FedEx Cup.