Payne Stewart Award – The Payne Stewart Award is presented annually to a professional golfer who best exemplifies Payne Stewart’s steadfast values of character, charity and sportsmanship.  The 2017 recipient of the Payne Stewart Award is Stewart Cink. In addition to a sculpture by Bob Pack presented to the recipient, the Payne Stewart Award is accompanied by an annual Payne Stewart Award Grant made possible by Southern Company. The $500,000 grant supports several initiatives in Stewart’s name and is distributed as follows: $100,000 to Payne and Tracey Stewart’s primary charity, The Stewart Family Foundation; $100,000 in Stewart’s honor to The First Tee of the Ozarks located in Missouri at Kids Across America, which is affiliated with Kanakuk Kamps; and $300,000 to a charity designated by the winner. Cink has chosen to designate the Cink Charities, Inc.

Calamity Jane – The Calamity Jane is a sterling silver commemorative putter given to the winner of the TOUR Championship. The putter is an exact replica of Bobby Jones’ original putter. It has a 66 degree lie and 8 degrees loft. Jones received the original in 1920 from James Maiden. That putter and a copy were employed by Jones to capture thirteen major championships including the Grand Slam in 1930.

FedExCup – The FedExCup is presented annually at East Lake Golf Club to the winner of the season-long FedExCup competition. The FedExCup Playoffs, which conclude at East Lake, determine the season-long champion on the PGA TOUR. For current FedExCup standings and more information, click here.