For the record, Tiger Woods finished 63rd in the FedEx Cup standings, his 2019-20 season coming to an end Sunday at the BMW Championship, where he failed to qualify for this week’s Tour Championship.
That means he won’t be able to play for the $45 million in FedEx bonus money that is at stake at East Lake, including the $15 million that goes to the winner.
His consolation prize is $150,000 — $75,000 of which is deferred to a PGA Tour retirement account, a sum so paltry in his world as to barely cause a ripple. It is unlikely he is fretting over it.
He might, however, be wondering what it will take to put it all together in time for the U.S. Open in two weeks. Woods was never really able to do that in 16 tournament rounds over the past seven weeks.
He was never a final-round contender, playing dew-sweeping weekend rounds meant to try to find form that was fleeting.
“Just missing the ball in the wrong spots here and there,” Woods said after his final round was completed long before the leaders teed off Sunday at Olympia Fields. “I certainly haven’t putted as well as I would have liked, and with the scores being as low as they have been, I just haven’t been able to shoot the…
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