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Gary Woodland, Y.E. Yang and Chez Reavie all made it to the Tour Championship for a chance to compete for the $10 million bonus prize in the FedEx Cup finale.
Keegan Bradley only wanted a chance to get into a playoff Sunday at Firestone. All it took was a clutch par, along with a stunning collapse by Jim Furyk, for Bradley to win the Bridgestone Invitational and wrap up a spot on the Ryder Cup team.
Ben Kohles won his second straight Web.com Tour title since turning professional, closing with an 8-under 62 on Sunday for a three-stroke victory in the Cox Classic.
"Pleasure, man," Michael Harvey said, extending his hand to playing partner Adam Ochs. "Sorry it was not our day."
Kohles said his original plan was to play the U.S. Amateur, being held his week at Cherry Hills, before turning pro.
"It's kind of been a whirlwind and haven't had much time to think about it, which I think is a good thing," Kohles said Tuesday. "I know a lot of guys, tons of golfers, are trying to make it out here. I was able to ... take a lot of the variables out of play and make a very big jump very early. I was very fortunate and really blessed."