The final round of one of the longest seasons in PGA Tour history is finally here. The last 18 holes of the 2021 Tour Championship will be played at East Lake Golf Club on Sunday as $46 million is waiting to be sorted out by this 30-man field. Patrick Cantlay (-20) and Jon Rahm (-18) are in prime position to take home the $15 million first prize, and it would be surprising if anyone other than one of those two finished in first on Sunday evening.
They have been the story of this event. Rahm with his hammer-dropping drives and relentlessness throughout. Cantlay with a putter that won’t quit and a lead he’s never given up after starting the week at 10 under. There will be some real pressure on the second nine on Sunday for both obvious reasons ($15 million!) and not obvious ones. Cantlay could own the season and win PGA Tour Player of the Year with his fourth win; Rahm could, too, with his second, including this summer’s U.S. Open. They’ll have chasers, but they’ll be distant ones. With this much money at stake and this quality of players involved, Sunday should be a delight as the last 18 holes of what has been a truly insane season are played at East Lake Golf Club and a new FedEx Cup winner is crowned.
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