The second round of the FedExCup Playoffs for the 2022-2023 season on the U.S. Professional Golf Tour (PGA Tour) begins on Sunday. The BMW Championship ($20 million purse) at Olympia Fields Country Club (par 70-7,366 yards) in Olympia Fields, Illinois, USA, will feature only the top 50 players in the FedExCup points standings for the 2022-2023 season .This event will be followed by the Tour Championship, the final event of the season for the top 30 players .Qualifying for the Tour Championship is not only a matter of honor, but also a chance to participate in the “money feast,” which last year paid $500,000 to the lowest 30 finishers .Last year’s Tour Championship winner Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland) took home $18 million, which is more than 2.4 billion won in Korean won. Advancing to the Tour Championship also secures qualification for the following year’s Masters, U.S. Open, and The Open. The second round, the BMW Championship, also pays $66,000 to the lowest 50 players who don’t make the cut. The championship prize pool is $3.6 million .Last year, four players moved from outside the top 30 to the top 30 through the second round of the BMW Championship, including Lee, Scott Stirlings, Aaron Wise (USA) and Adam Scott (AUS).The second round, the BMW Championship, is the stage where the players in and around the top 30 will fight to break into the top 30, and the top players will try to move up to the Tour Championship. This is because the Tour Championship starts with bonus strokes based on the FedExCup 카지노사이트킹 standings leading up to the BMW Championship .For example, the FedExCup leader starts the Tour Championship at 10-under-par, second at 8-under-par, third at 7-under-par, and so on .Last season, Scotty Schauffler (USA) started the Tour Championship in first place leading up to the BMW Championship, but finished runner-up to Sungjae Im, while McIlroy, who started in seventh place, pulled off the upset. Heading into the FedEx St. Jude Championship, the first round of this year’s playoffs, Yon Ram (Spain) leads the standings, with Schaeffler in second .Lucas Glover (USA), who swept the final regular season event, the Wyndham Championship, and the first round of the playoffs, is fourth behind McIlroy. Fifth-ranked Patrick Cantlay (USA) will be looking to win his third straight BMW Championship, while Glover will be looking to win his last three events in a row. South Korea’s Si-woo Kim (17th) and Joo-hyung Kim (18th) are both ranked in the BMW Championship, while Sung-jae Lim (28th) and Byung-hoon Ahn (38th) will be looking to break into the top 30.According to the PGA Tour, McIlroy is the No. 1 favorite to win the tournament, followed by Cantlay at No. 2 and Schauffler at No. 3. Lim is rated as the 12th favorite.

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