Masters champion Scottie Scheffler can start cashing in without playing before the start of the FedExCup playoffs.

Scheffler had such a dominant run that he has already secured the No. 1 spot for the postseason. That means he secured a $4 million bonus from the Comcast Business Tour 10,

a $20 million program for the top 10 players after the regular season. And there will definitely be more.

With two tournaments left in the regular season, Scheffler leads the Aon Risk Reward Challenge,

which features the best risk-reward hole scores throughout the season. Scheffler is led by Open winner Cameron Smith, Rory McIlroy and Max Homa

Homa is playing the Rocket Mortgage Classic and would need a birdie and an eagle at the Detroit Golf Club and then another birdie

and an eagle at the Wyndham Championship, which he likely won't play next season. Scheffler would collect another $1 million from Aon.

 And then he begins the hunt for the $18 million FedExCup first prize. He earned over $13 million in official tournament prize money this season.