The PGA Tour season is over. Here are the highlights.

Tiger Woods has won the FedEx Cup, which is like the Sprint Cup of golf, if you consider the Sprint Cup to be the Lombardi Trophy of NASCAR. Or something like that.
Either way, the 2009 PGA Tour season is officially at a close.
Here are some of the highlights you may have missed.
The highest winning score in PGA Tour history — 98-over par — wins the Syracuse Open as players struggle with greens covered in 14 inches of snow.
Despite passing all required blood and urine tests, John Daly is suspended by the PGA Tour for the obvious use of illegal drugs.

Phil Mickelson wins the $1.4 million purse at the World Golf Championship and admits the purse makes him "feel pretty."
Some guy you never heard of wins at Augusta and you fall asleep while watching the Masters, a tradition of yours you consider unlike any other.
The Tour makes a three-stop swing through Texas and CBS broadcaster Jim Nantz takes the opportunity to visit several of his favorite Mexican brothels.
Lucas Glover wins the US Open, a victory that will forever be asterisked because Tiger Woods didn't win it.
Stewart Cink wins the British Open Championship at Royal Dingleberry in Scotland.
Tiger Woods loses a fourth round lead at the PGA Championship, thanks to missing numerous short putts. However, on one missed putt, he sets a career best for longest profanity, screaming: "Supercalifuckuliciousekspiallassholelidocious!"
No one really has any idea what happened in golf in September. Football started.