Billy Horschel smiles before sinking the tournament and $10 million 2014 FedExCup winning putt on the 18th hole green during the final round of the Tour Championship in September.
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Thursday, December 11, 2014

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. -- The PGA Tour is slightly reducing the volatility in the FedEx Cup playoffs by making those tournaments worth only four times more than the regular season.

It was the first change to the system since 2009. The value of playoff events previously was five times great.

The points will be reset going into the Tour Championship so that all 30 players have a mathematical chance to win the $10 million bonus, and the top five only have to win the tournament to claim the FedEx Cup.

Another change approved by its policy board this week was to eliminate the 54-hole cut during the playoffs. The 54-hole cut is used when more than 78 players advance to the weekend. That came into play at both full-field playoff events this year.

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