ESPN golf writer Bob Harig believes the PGA Tour’s “playoffs” (the 4 FedEx Cup tournaments) do not, and cannot, match the excitement of other sports’ postseasons. First, the history of the game dictates the majors will always command more attention. Further, the number and scheduling of events wears out the players, and there is no long off season ahead to recuperate, making it a challenge to expend maximum effort in the playoff run. For example, if Brandt Snedeker makes the U.S. Ryder Cup team, he will play 10 events in 11 weeks. Click here to read the article.