Here are GolfChannel.com’s Power Rankings, the top 10 favorites for the Tour Championship:
1. Luke Donald: Despite a rough start in Chicago, Donald rallied with three solid rounds to finish alone in fourth at the BMW. A victory at East Lake would be a fitting end to the playoffs for the world's No. 1-ranked player.
2. Webb Simpson: FedEx Cup leader continues to play some of the best golf of anyone - two wins, four top-10s in his last four starts. That's red hot.
3. Justin Rose: Opened with a sublime 63 in Chicago and then went wire-to-wire to capture the trophy and vault to third in the FedEx Cup standings.
4. Geoff Ogivly: Only player in the field at the BMW to shoot all four rounds in the 60s. The mild-mannered Ogilvy is finally finding his form after a finger injury derailed him early in the season.
5. Dustin Johnson: A mixed bag of results lately - big win at The Barclays, then so-so finishes at the Deutsche Bank and BMW - Johnson always a threat. He has plenty on the table at East Lake, as he stands second in the point standings.
6. Matt Kuchar: Five consecutive top-25s - consistent, much like the rest of his year, which he is tied for third with nine top-10 finishes.
7. Jason Day: The Aussie had a rough go of it at the BMW, but should do well to get back into form at East Lake. Has an impressive nine top-10s this season, including a T-3 at the Deutsche Bank.
8. Chez Reavie: Has used a pair of back-to-back top-10 finishes in the playoffs to climb into the top-10 of the Cup standings.
9. Adam Scott: Three top-10s in his last five starts, including a major confidence performance and victory at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
10. Brandt Snedeker: Finished T-3 at each of the first two playoff events. Confidence should still be high however, after a so-so finish at the BMW. Sits in sixth place with one tournament remaining.
Note: This list is compiled from rankings submitted by members of GolfChannel.com's editorial team, based on who is most expected to contend in each upcoming event.
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