The 2022-23 PGA Tour season comes to a conclusion this week, with the top 30 remaining golfers in the FedEx Cup Standings taking aim at the season’s ultimate prize.

Beginning in 2007, the tournament has served as the final event of the playoffs and has been played at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, Georgia, every year since 2004.

Rory McIlroy returns to East Lake looking for his fourth FedEx Cup title and second in consecutive seasons. McIlroy defeated Scottie Scheffler and Sungjae Im by one stroke last season, finishing at 21-under par. The four-time major winner joined Tiger Woods as the only three-time winner at East Lake.

Starting in 2019, the format changed to ensure that the winner would also be the FedEx Cup champion. The player with the most FedEx Cup points heading into the tournament would start at 10-under par.

The player with the second-most begins at 8-under, the third at 7-under, the fourth at 6-under, and the fifth at 5-under. Players situated six through tenth begin at 4-under, and so on down to 26th-30th, who begin at even par.

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East Lake Country Club

East Lake Country Club is the oldest golf course in Atlanta and home to the late Bobby Jones. Designed originally by Tom Bendelow in the early 1900s, the course would also have Donald Ross and Rees Jones add touches of their own.

For PGA pros, East Lake will play as a par-70 that reads just over 7,300 yards on the scorecard. 21-under par has been the winning score of the tournament for the last three seasons in a row.

Following the conclusion of this week’s tournament, the course will undergo an extensive renovation under the direction of architect Andrew Green.

The Field

Nine of the top 10 players in the world, according to the Official World Golf Rankings, are teeing it up this week in Atlanta. Leading the group is world no. 1 Scottie Scheffler, who also headlines the FedEx Cup points list and aims for his first TOUR title.

Last week’s BMW Championship winner Viktor Hovland ascended up to the no. 2 spot with his victory. Hovland capped off a solid final round with a sizzling 28 on the back 9 of Sunday’s round.

Rory McIlroy tees it up, sitting no. 3 on the points list and no. 2 in the world. McIlory begins the tournament three shots shy of the top spot as he tries for his fourth FedEx Cup title.

Tyrrell Hatton, Jordan Spieth, and Sepp Straka were the last players in the event at the 28th, 29th, and 30th.

Betting Favorites

Scheffler (+140 at BetOnline) comes into the week as the betting favorite as he will start at 10-under, two shots clear of Hovland. If Scheffler can win this week, it’ll be his first TOUR title and third win of the season.

Right behind Scheffler is McIlroy (+350) on the odds board. Starting at 7-under, McIlroy has ample time to erase the deficit.

Hovland (+500) begins just two shots back and looks to carry the momentum of his BMW Championship victory and secure the first FedEx Cup title of his career. Like Scheffler, Hovland has a pair of victories this season.

Jon Rahm (+900) and Patrick Cantlay (+2000) cap the top five betting favorites. Rahm is fourth in the standings, while Cantlay comes in ranked seventh and will have a steep hill to climb to get into the winner’s circle.

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