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Everybody loves playoff time, and with TOUR Championship tickets from Vivid Seats you can experience every birdie, eagle, or hole-in-one of the last event of the FedEx Cup live. Get up close to all of the action at the remarkable East lake Golf Club in Atlanta, Georgia to witness this fantastic 72-hole championship tournament that’s seen stars like Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, and Jim Furyk take home the cup. Don't wait to claim your spot in the gallery to witness the best on the PGA Tour lay it all on the line for a chance to raise the cup in glory. Here’s how to order your TOUR Championship tickets today:
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The Tour Championship News
Tour Championship 2014 to Run from Sept. 11-14
Atlanta’s East Lake Golf Club will once again reprise its role as host site for The Tour Championship, with the 2014 edition set to run from Sept. 11-14. As it has since 2007, the tournament field will be comprised of the top 30 golfers in the FedEx Cup Season Points standings. As July comes to a close, Jimmy Walker holds the top spot with 2,364 points, followed by 2014 Masters champ, Bubba Watson (2,135), Matt Kuchar (1,855), Dustin Johnson (1,769), and Jim Furyk (1,680) to round out the top five. Last year’s Tour Championship victor, Henrik Stenson, will likely miss the cut this time around, having only competed in 10 events thus far.
It has historically been difficult for golfers to triumph in consecutive fashion, as no participant has repeated since the tournament’s inception in 1987 and only Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson have won twice. Mickelson’s last victory came in 2009, while Woods’ second came in 2007, notably before the start of his major championship slump. While Mickelson could potentially make a late-season push in the FedEx Cup standings, as he sits at No. 89 as of July 29, Woods’ hill to climb is much more substantial due to his missing most of the year recovering from back surgery.