Henrik Stenson's haul at East Lake Golf Course included two Trophies, The Tour Championship, by Coca-Cola and the FedExCup. Henrik Stenson / EPA Henrik won the Tour Championship by Coca-Cola with a final round -2 under par 68 and a total of -13 under par. In doing so he also lifted the fabulous FedExCup, the most prodigious and coveted trophy in the World of Golf on the PGA TOUR. It means you have topped the season long league points table, a most memorable and rewarding accomplishment. It was extra special for Henrik as he is the first European to win the wonderful trophy. Henrik spoke about his incredible run, "It's been an incredible run, I don't know what to say, I'm speechless. It was a tough day, absolutely, I mean, especially with so many things going on at the same time here. I kind of knew, well, even if I don't win today, I could still win the FedExCup. Do you want to focus on that? At the end of the day, it was all about going out there and trying my best and try to win this golf tournament because then I knew I was going to leave with two trophies. That was the hard bit to put everything aside, as always, and focus on the right things. I didn't play my best round today, but I was hanging in there, took the right decisions.This is obviously the highest of everything, to win the FedExCup and win the TOUR Championship and win the Deutsche Bank two weeks ago. It's been unbelievable. Yeah, it's kind of sinking in more and more. To come back, that's what pays off, the hard work." Second place was shared by Steve Stricker, the oldest player in the field, and Jordan Spieth, the youngest player in the field. They both finished the tournament at -10 under par. Jordan had an amazing final round -6 under par 64, and Steve a -5 under par 65, but they could not really put any pressure on Henrik on the day. Jordan spoke about the pressure today, and his amazing rookie season; " It's been a dream come true. It was another round where I felt the same pressure I felt at the John Deere, at the Wyndham. I really wasn't looking at the boards. I figured he was up there a ways. He still had 15 to play. So that's an automatic birdie for him if he hits the fairway." Steve was impressed with way Henrik had come back from a huge slump in his career; "Henrik had a little blip on his screen there for a while, much like everybody. It's nice to see that he's put in the work and the energy and the time to get it back and to reach really the ultimate thing in our sport, to win the FedExCup." Webb Simpson was in fourth place on his own at -9 under par for the tournament. He had the best round of the day at -7 under par 63, a beautiful bogey free round of golf.