The final round of the Tour Championship for the FedEx Cup is shaping up to be just interesting enough to provide a little validity to the tournament itself.

Jim Furyk, who enters the final round 11th in the FedEx Cup standings, shot an even par 70 to take a one shot lead heading into Sunday. Even if Furyk holds his lead and wins the Tour Championship, it still may not be enough for him to claim the $10 million prize.

No matter how good Furyk played Saturday, his competition didn't let him out of their sights. The Top 10 FedEx Cup Standings and where they stand going into Sunday looks like this:

1. Matt Kuchar: T23rd, +4
2. Dustin Johnson: 27th, +7
3. Charley Hoffman: 7th, -3
4. Steve Stricker: T12th, E
5. Paul Casey: T5th, -4
6. Jason Day: T9th, -1
7. Luke Donald: T2nd, -7
8. Ernie Els: T20th, +3
9. Martin Laird: 30th, +12
10. Phil Mickelson: T9th, -1

With Furyk being ranked 11th in the standings, there are too many other contending players for him to make such a prominent jump in the standings to cash the big check.

So what could happen...

If Paul Casey finishes alone in second, he wins.

If Charley Hoffman finishes alone in third, he wins if Casey doesn't finish alone in second.

Obviously, there are plenty of possibilities for each golfer, but my guess is that Casey or Hoffman have the best shot with their current placement on the leaderboard AND FedEx Cup standings to win the $10 million.

For a full list of possibilities for contending FedEx Cup players,click here.