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 2019 recipient of the Payne Stewart Award is Hale Irwin. 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. Irwin has chosen to designate the St. Louis Children’s Hospital, Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation, TGen (Translational Genomics Research Institute) and Folds of Honor.

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.