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Jim Furyk picked up a big win Sunday in the 2010 Tour Championship which also led to him winning the 2010 FedEx Cup title.

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Furyk shot an even par 70 to finish at -8 for the tournament to beat Luke Donald by one shot. The win also gave Furyk the win in the FedEx Cup playoffs, which comes with a $10 million award.

Acording to oddsmakers from online sports book BroburySports.com, Furyk had 15/1 odds to win the event, meaning a $100 bet on him will pay out $1,500. Furyk had 10/1 odds to win the playoffs, meaning he will be paid out $1,000 for the win.

Furyk made a big par save on the final hole to get the win. Donald shot a 70 on Sunday to finish a shot out. Retief Goosen shot a 71 on Sunday to finish -6 for the tournament.

In the FedEx Cup standings, Matt Kuchar finished second, just 152 points behind Furyk. Kuchar finished 25th in the Tour Championship at +5 after entering the tournament with the standings lead.
2010 PGA Tour Championship Top 10 Results
1 Jim Furyk -8 (272)

2 Luke Donald -7 (273)

3 Retief Goosen -6 (274)

T4 Nick Watney -5 (275)

T4 Paul Casey -5 (275)

6 Charley Hoffman -3 (277)

T7 Ernie Els -2 (278)

T7 K.J. Choi -2 (278)

T9 Zach Johnson -1 (279)

T9 Camilo Villegas -1 (279)
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