NEW: Jordan Spieth, Brother of Brown’s Steven Spieth, Wins FedExCup

Sunday, September 27, 2015


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Jordan Spieth, 22, has clinched the 2015 FedExCup Championship with a win at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, Georgia with a score of 9-under par. Spieth takes home a total of $2 million for the Tour Championship win and $10 million for the FedExCup Playoffs win for a total of $12 million.

Spieth had a one shot lead coming into the final round and it was close until Henrik Stenson made a double-bogey on 17 to give Spieth a four shot lead with just one hole remaining.

Spieth becomes the youngest player to win the FedExCup Championship and with it caps off the most lucrative season in PGA Tour history, bringing in over $22 million. Spieth finishes the year as the number one player in the world, passing Jason Day.

On top of all of that, Jordan Spieth will likely be named the PGA Tour Player of the Year, though it's not official yet.

Jordan Spieth's Brother Steven

Jordan Spieth is the brother of Brown University basketball's Steven Spieth who will return in 2015-16 for his junior season. 

Steven Spieth averaged ten points and five rebounds per game for the Bears in his sophomore season. 

Brown finished the season with a record of 13-18 overall and 4-10 in conference play.

President's Cup

With the conclusion of the FedExCup Playoffs, the PGA Tour season is over. The President's Cup is up next, starting October 8th and going to the 11th at Jack Nicklaus's Golf Club in Korea. The President's Cup wil see Team USA go up against the International Team.


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