$8,000,000 The Tour Championship Leaderboard Scores
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Club: East Lake Golf Club (Par 70 - 7,319 Yards)
Sunday's fourth round - (Complete)

Bill Haas parred the third playoff hole to defeat Hunter Mahan and win the Tour Championship and the FedExCup...Both players got up and down for par on No. 18, the first extra hole...On the second extra hole, Haas got up and down for par from the edge of a pond left of the green, while Mahan two-putted for par from 25 feet out...The PGA Tour will be in Las Vegas next week for the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals For Children Open, where Jonathan Byrd won last year with a hole-in-one in a playoff.
Player Score Money Hole
Bill Haas -8 1,440,000 F
Hunter Mahan -8 864,000 F
K.J. Choi -7 418,667 F
Luke Donald -7 418,667 F
Aaron Baddeley -7 418,667 F
Charles Howell III -6 272,000 F
Adam Scott -6 272,000 F
Jason Day -6 272,000 F
Bo Van Pelt -5 240,000 F
Phil Mickelson -4 227,200 F
Keegan Bradley -3 210,400 F
Geoff Ogilvy -3 210,400 F
Jason Dufner -2 190,400 F
Gary Woodland -2 190,400 F
Steve Stricker -1 176,000 F
Brandt Snedeker E 162,400 F
David Toms E 162,400 F
Vijay Singh E 162,400 F
Fredrik Jacobson E 162,400 F
Justin Rose +1 152,000 F
Matt Kuchar +1 152,000 F
Webb Simpson +2 147,200 F
Dustin Johnson +3 142,400 F
Bubba Watson +3 142,400 F
John Senden +4 137,600 F
Chez Reavie +5 132,800 F
Mark Wilson +5 132,800 F
Nick Watney +5 132,800 F
Y.E. Yang +9 129,600 F
Jonathan Byrd +12 128,000 F
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