The Comcast Business TOUR TOP 10 is a $ 10 million bonus fund awarded to the top 10 players in the FedExCup rating at the end of the regular season; None of the current top 10 – including Collin Morikawa – will make it to the Wyndham Championship
By Ali Stafford
Last updated: 08/12/21 11:35 AM
Collin Morikawa is the winner of the Comcast Business TOUR TOP 10
Two-time major champion Collin Morikawa will receive a $ 2 million bonus from the PGA Tour after completing the Wyndham Championship despite being out of the field this week.
Morikawa heads the Comcast Business TOUR TOP 10, a $ 10 million bonus pool that will be distributed among the top 10 players in the FedExCup standings at the end of the regular PGA Tour season.
The world number 3 moved up the overall standings after winning the WGC Workday Championship in February with a one-two at The Open last month – during the 2020-21 season.
Collin Morikawa took a win over Jordan Spieth at Royal St George’s in the final lap of 66
Morikawa chose not to play at Sedgefield Country Club this week, the last regular event before the FedExCup PlayOffs.
Nine of the other top 11 players in the FedExCup rating also skipped the event, leaving Louis Oosthuizen as the only golfer who had a chance to overtake Morikawa, only to have the South African resign before the tournament due to a neck injury.
Louis Oosthuizen is currently eighth in the FedExCup classification
Morikawa’s unassailable advantage means he’s claiming the $ 2 million bonus ahead of Jordan Spieth, who made $ 1.5 million for finishing second.
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Jason Kokrak (12th) and Masters Champion Hideki Matsuyama (14th) are the only players involved in North Carolina this week who still have a chance to break into the bonus pool, where they will take them to third and third respectively with a win. fourth place could be catapulted.
The predicted bonuses range from $ 1.1 million for third place to $ 500,000 for 10th place, with Patrick Cantlay, Harris English, Jon Rahm, Abraham Ancer, Bryson DeChambeau, Oosthuizen, Justin Thomas and Sam Burns will all benefit from it right now. Thomas and Burns are the only two on this list who could fall out of the top 10 this week and miss out on the extra cash.
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