FedEx Cup Champions

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2012: Brandt Snedeker Brandt Snedeker shot a final-round 68 to win the 2012 Tour Championship by three shots, and with it, the $10 million FedEx Cup. Snedeker's win also validated his selection by captain Davis Love to the United States Ryder Cup team.
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2011: Bill Haas Haas defeated Hunter Mahan (background) on the third hole of a playoff to win the Tour Championship and the FedEx Cup. It was the first time in the Cup's history that the $10 million bonus came down to a sudden-death playoff.
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2010: Jim Furyk Furyk holed a short par putt on the 18th hole to beat Luke Donald by one shot to win the Tour Championship and the $10 million bonus. He was also named player of the year for the first time in his career.
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2009: Tiger Woods Woods became the first two-time winner of the FedEx Cup, while Phil Mickelson won the Tour Championship. The two rivals shared a handshake and trophy ceremony following the event.
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2008: Vijay Singh With reigning world No. 1 Tiger Woods recovering from knee surgery, Singh won two of the first three FedEx Cup events and mathematically clinched the title before even arriving at East Lake. The result led to a revamped points system, where no one can clinch the title before the final event.
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2007: Tiger Woods Woods played in three of the four playoff events and won two of them, including the Tour Championship at East Lake, which was more than enough to take home the inaugural FedEx Cup.