Jordan Spieth took home the Tour Championship and FedEx Cup on Sunday by four strokes over Henrik Stenson, Danny Lee and Justin Rose on Sunday at East Lake. He shot a 1-under 69 to put the finishing touches on what was an incredibly historic season.
On Sunday, Spieth did it just like he did all season. With his putter. Long putts at Nos. 8, 9 and 11 for birdies put his playing partner (and closest competition) Stenson away pretty early in the day.
Spieth mostly cruised home, though he needed his putter again to save some lengthy pars late. He made par at the last seven holes as Stenson made a bit of a mess of things.
With the win, Spieth goes back to No. 1 in the world, wins $1.5 for winning the Tour Championship and and collects the $10 million FedEx Cup bonus to become golf's first $22 million man.
Spieth absolutely owned 2015 with wins at the Valspar Championship, Masters, US Open, John Deere Classic and Tour Championship.