The 2012 FedEx Cup came to a conclusion on Sunday, and it was Brandt Snedeker, not Tiger Woods or Rory McIlroy, who captured the title.
Snedeker shot 10-under par for the Tour Championship, giving him a three stroke win over runner-up Justin Rose. The win clinched the FedEx Cup for Snedeker, who was fifth in the FedEx Cup standings headed into the tournament. Woods finished the tournament at 2-under par, while McIlroy finished at 1-under -- both well off Snedeker's pace.
McIlroy, who sat atop the standings headed into the tournament, finished second in the FedEx Cup. Tiger Woods, Nick Watney and Phil Mickelson rounded out the top five. Rose moved up from No. 24 to No. 6 with his runner-up finish at the Tour Championship.
Hunter Mahan, who resides in Colleyville, Texas, finished 19th in the standings.
A full breakdown of the standings can be found at the PGA Tour's official website.
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