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2022 FedExCup St. Jude Championship: How to watch, who to watch, the course and prize money

Amid the controversy involving golfers who have begun to play in the LIV Golf Invitational Series, the PGA is heading to the FedExCup Playoffs this weekend.

Amid the controversy involving golfers who have begun to play in the LIV Golf Invitational Series, the PGA is heading to the FedExCup Playoffs this weekend.
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‘Tis the season for the playoffs at the PGA Tour after an eventful year and four major championships. The 2022 FedEx St. Jude Championship will tee off at TPC Southwind outside of Memphis, Tennessee on Thursday.

Three LIV players, Talor Gooch, Matt Jones, and Hudson Swafford wanted take part in the playoffs after leaving the PGA, and sought a temporary restraining order from the courts to be able to do so. U.S. District Court Judge Beth Freeman ruled against them, saying that they were well aware of the costs of leaving the association.

LIV Golf officials expressed disappointment at the decision, while the PGA Tour said their players can now focus on competing in the FedExCup.

2022 FedEx St. Jude Championship: Narrowed down field

One hundred twenty five players made the cut for the postseason, but four will not participate this weekend- Daniel Berger, Tommy Fleetwood, Lanto Griffin, and Nate Lashley- leaving a field of 121.

They will be competing for a total purse of $15 million, with the winner taking home $2.7 million in prize money.

Scottie Scheffler is an easy favorite due to his big lead in the standings. He has a tally of 3,556 points, way ahead of Cam Smith who sits at number two with 2,335.

Sixth-ranked Rory McIlroy is going for the history books by becoming the first player to ever with three FedExCup Championships. He has been playing excellently since June, followed by number seven Tony Finau (the event’s defending champion) and Xander Schauffele, who is currently number four in the rankings.

The challenges at PC Southwind

The course at TPC Southwind is 7,244 yards long, with 94 bunkers and ten water hazards. In 2011, the course was ranked ninth most difficult out of 51 courses, with Hole No.14 at 239 yards considered one of the most challenging par threes in PGA competitions.

How to watch the FedEx St. Jude Championship

Dates: Aug. 11-14

Location: TPC Southwind, Memphis, Tennessee

Par: 70

Yardage: 7,244

Purse: $15,000,000 (winner earns $2.7 million)

Live stream: ESPN+ and

Television: NBC and Golf Channel, with the following schedule:

Thursday-Friday3 p.m.-7 p.m. ETGolf Channel
Saturday1 p.m.-3 p.mGolf Channel
3 p.m.-6 p.m.NBC
Sunday12 p.m.-2 p.m.Golf Channel
2 p.m.-6 p.m.NBC

FedExCup Playoffs event schedule

FedEx St. Jude ChampionshipAug. 11-14Memphis, Tenn.TPC Southwind125
BMW ChampionshipAug. 18-21Wilmington, Del.Wilmington Country Club70
Tour ChampionshipAug. 25-28Atlanta, Ga.East Lake Golf Club30

Here is the full list of players joining the FedEx St. Jude Championship

  1. Bezuidenhout, Christiaan
  2. Bradley, Keegan
  3. Brehm, Ryan
  4. Buckley, Hayden
  5. Burns, Sam
  6. Cantlay, Patrick
  7. Cink, Stewart
  8. Clark, Wyndham
  9. Conners, Corey
  10. Dahmen, Joel
  11. Davis, Cam
  12. Day, Jason
  13. Duncan, Tyler
  14. Finau, Tony
  15. Fitzpatrick, Matt
  16. Fowler, Rickie
  17. Frittelli, Dylan
  18. Ghim, Doug
  19. Glover, Lucas
  20. Grillo, Emiliano
  21. Hadley, Chesson
  22. Hadwin, Adam
  23. Hahn, James
  24. Harman, Brian
  25. Hatton, Tyrrell
  26. Henley, Russell
  27. Herbert, Lucas
  28. Hickok, Kramer
  29. Hodges, Lee
  30. Hoge, Tom
  31. Homa, Max
  32. Horschel, Billy
  33. Hossler, Beau
  34. Hovland, Viktor
  35. Hubbard, Mark
  36. Hughes, Mackenzie
  37. Huh, John
  38. Im, Sungjae
  39. Jaeger, Stephan
  40. Kim, Joohyung
  41. Kim, Si Woo
  42. Kirk, Chris
  43. Kisner, Kevin
  44. Kitayama, Kurt
  45. Kizzire, Patton
  46. Knox, Russell
  47. Kuchar, Matt
  48. Lahiri, Anirban
  49. Laird, Martin
  50. Lee, Danny
  51. Lee, K.H.
  52. Leishman, Marc
  53. Lipsky, David
  54. List, Luke
  55. Long, Adam
  56. Lowry, Shane
  57. Malnati, Peter
  58. Matsuyama, Hideki
  59. McCarthy, Denny
  60. McGreevy, Max
  61. McIlroy, Rory
  62. McNealy, Maverick
  63. Merritt, Troy
  64. Mitchell, Keith
  65. Moore, Taylor
  66. Morikawa, Collin
  67. Mullinax, Trey
  68. Muñoz, Sebastián
  69. NeSmith, Matthew
  70. Niemann, Joaquin
  71. Noren, Alex
  72. Palmer, Ryan
  73. Pan, C.T.
  74. Pendrith, Taylor
  75. Pereira, Mito
  76. Piercy, Scott
  77. Poston, J.T.
  78. Power, Seamus
  79. Putnam, Andrew
  80. Rahm, Jon
  81. Rai, Aaron
  82. Ramey, Chad
  83. Reavie, Chez
  84. Riley, Davis
  85. Rodgers, Patrick
  86. Rose, Justin
  87. Ryder, Sam
  88. Schauffele, Xander
  89. Scheffler, Scottie
  90. Schenk, Adam
  91. Schwab, Matthias
  92. Scott, Adam
  93. Sigg, Greyson
  94. Simpson, Webb
  95. Smalley, Alex
  96. Smith, Cameron
  97. paun, J.J.
  98. Spieth, Jordan
  99. Stallings, Scott
  100. Steele, Brendan
  101. Straka, Sepp
  102. Streb, Robert
  103. Streelman, Kevin
  104. Svensson, Adam
  105. Tarren, Callum
  106. Taylor, Nick
  107. Theegala, Sahith
  108. Thomas, Justin
  109. Thompson, Michael
  110. Todd, Brendon
  111. Tringale, Cameron
  112. Tway, Kevin
  113. Varner III, Harold
  114. Vegas, Jhonattan
  115. Watney, Nick
  116. Whaley, Vince
  117. Wise, Aaron
  118. Woodland, Gary
  119. Wu, Brandon
  120. Young, Cameron
  121. Zalatoris, Will

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