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9 Expensive Moments In Last Year's FedEx Cup Playoffs

The FedEx Cup is all about money. Sometimes that means surprise extra paydays, other times, it means quite the opposite

August 2013

It's an open secret that the FedEx Cup and its season-ending playoffs are just a big cash grab. Not that we're complaining -- in fact, the FedEx Cup is achieving exactly what it set out to do. It's luring the best players in the world to compete and end the season on a high note. As we look forward to the first FedEx Cup playoff event of the year at Liberty National, we look back at some of 2012's memorable moments, and translate them into the language befitting the FedEx Cup: Dollar bills.

Jason Bohn

Jason Bohn (+$38,000)

The 125th-ranked Jason Bohn missed the cut at the Wyndham Championship, but luckily for him, so did Jhonattan Vegas, the 126th-ranked player. That edged Bohn into the Barclays, where he withdrew after the first round, but still got $38,000 more than Vegas in bonus money. According to sportclips.com, that's enough to buy him an MVP treatment haircut at Sports Clips every two weeks for the next 75 years.
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