The 2018 PGA Tour comes to end this weekend as the winner of the FedEx Cup is decided at the Tour Championship.
The top-30 ranked players compete for the huge prize pot with the overall reward being a cool $25million.
Bryson DeChambeau begins the week as the favourite to win the FedEx Cup outright but England’s Justin Rose and the resurgent Tiger Woods are all in contention.
This is the first time Woods will be competing in the Tour Championship for years after returning to top form this season.
Injury issues and personal problems have plagued his career over the years but, while a win on tour has still alluded him, he looks close to his best.
And Woods admits he is proud of what he has achieved this season.
“I think the season itself has been amazing,” he said.
“To be able to have played this well after coming off of what I came off of.
“I didn’t know how many tournaments I’d play in, and next thing you know, here I am in the Tour Championship.
“There’s some guys that can’t say they’ve accomplished that, have got into the Tour Championship, but to have come back from where I’ve come back from and to get here has been a pretty tall order and something I’m proud of.”
The FedEx Cup will undergo radical changes in 2019 with the bonus pool to be increased by $25m to $60m.
The No 1 player heading into the Tour Championship will also start at 10 under, the next four starting at eight under through to five under and the scale will go all the way down to those who qualify 26th to 30th beginning at level par.