||The only three-time winner of the season is back in East Lake for the fourth time in the past five years.
||NORTHERN TRUST win ended the drought of 5 years of victory, earning the 5th consecutive East Lake appearance.
||The US Open champion cited East Lake as a course that dampens the distance advantage due to bunkers in the front of the greens.
||The 2021 US Open champion has 14 top-10s (in 21 starts) this season, 5 more than anyone else.
||His second win in Zurich and NORTHERN TRUST runner-up put him on pace to surpass his best FedExCup finish (12th,2018).
||THE PLAYERS champion begins his sixth consecutive East Lake start as he looks to join Tiger and Rory as a two-time FedExCup champion.
||Ended a 7-year winless drought with 2 titles this season; now tries to top last year’s best FedExCup finish (12th).
||Made his first win big, claiming the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational; making the 3rd consecutive TOUR Championship start.
||The 2015 FedExCup champion is back in East Lake for the first time since 2017 thanks to 9 top-10s, including Valero’s win.
||Breakthrough year for former LSU star, taking his first win (Valspar) and second to Nelson and FedEx St. Jude.
||A major and a WGC still have Morikawa in the FedExCup battle despite struggling with back injury in Playoffs.
||Buying a house in Atlanta was a wise move. He has qualified for East Lake in all 3 TOUR seasons.
||Joined Rory, Seve, Sergio and Rahm as the only Euro since World War II to win multiple TOUR titles before turning 24.
||Fruitful but heartbreaking season included 4 runners-up and two 3rd places.
||Qualified for East Lake in a TOUR-best 13 straight years after Masters win and Houston runner-up.
||Won his 3rd Wells Fargo Championship in May; now looking to become the only three-time winner of the FedExCup.
||Gold medalist shot the lowest 72-hole score at East Lake in both 2017 and 2020.
||Has won twice this season to make his 2nd TOUR Championship appearance in the last 3 years.
||Playing the 8th TOUR Championship 20 years after an MC at US Am in East Lake that was his last amateur event before turning pro at age 17.
||Bounced back from worst FedExCup finish last year (104th) to make 5th TOUR Championship appearance.
||Consistent player is in the top 10 in both SG: Off-the-Tee and Approach; has 18 top-25s in 28 starts this season.
||Masters champion has qualified for East Lake in all 8 of his TOUR seasons.
||Back at East Lake for the 1st time in 12 years after becoming the 4th player to have a multi-win season after turning 47.
||Chilean makes its second consecutive appearance at East Lake after three second-place finishes this season (Sentry, Genesis, Rocket Mortgage).
||Back at East Lake after finishing 5th in the FedExCup last year as a rookie, but still looking for 1st win.
||Had 13 top-25s in 22 starts this season, including win over AT&T Pebble Beach.
||Erik van Rooyen
||Has come out strong with Barracuda win in the penultimate week of the regular season, then two top-7s in Playoffs.
||Sanderson Farms champion is back in East Lake for the first time since 2017 thanks to T6 at BMW Championship.
||Former FedExCup champion earned his first WGC at this year’s Dell Technologies Match Play.
||Missed 1st 2 Playoffs events with pneumonia but still qualified for East Lake for the 8th straight year.