FedEx Cup Rankings 2013

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Figured we would give you a little bit on how the FedEx Cup Playoffs work.

After the final event of the regular season, the top 125 players participate in the playoffs. The number of points awarded for winning each playoff event is 2500, which is five times the amount awarded for a typical regular season tournament. Points won in playoff events are added to those for the regular season, and the fields are reduced as the playoffs proceed.

FedEx Cup Playoffs

Playoff events

Event Players Cut
The Barclays Top 125 points leaders
(after the Wyndham Championship)
36-hole cut to top 70 players plus ties
Deutsche Bank Championship Top 100 points leaders
(after The Barclays)
BMW Championship Top 70 points leaders
(after the Deutsche Bank Championship)
None
Tour Championship Top 30 points leaders
(after the BMW Championship)

Current Standings of the FedEx Cup Points – as of end of Barclays 2013.

Ranking Player Points behind Leader
1 Tiger Woods
2 Matt Kuchar 766
3 Brandt Snedeker 841
4 Phil Mickelson 893
5 Bill Haas 1,554
6 Billy Horschel 1,572
7 Justin Rose 1,612
8 Jordan Spieth 1,623
9 Henrik Stenson 1,633
10 Keegan Bradley 1,643
11 Adam Scott 1,712
12 Boo Weekley 1,724
13 Kevin Streelman 1,726
14 Jason Day 1,775
15 Jason Dufner 1,803
16 Dustin Johnson 1,833
17 Webb Simpson 1,871
18 Zach Johnson 1,918
19 Harris English 1,925
20 Steve Stricker 1,942
21 Hunter Mahan 1,958
22 Patrick Reed 1,997
23 Jim Furyk 2,002
24 Russell Henley 2,011
25 D.A. Points 2,021
26 Jimmy Walker 2,063
27 Charles Howell III 2,063
28 Graeme McDowell 2,118
29 Jonas Blixt 2,147
30 John Merrick 2,150
31 Chris Kirk 2,155
32 Ken Duke 2,157
33 Charl Schwartzel 2,188
34 Graham DeLaet 2,203
35 Lee Westwood 2,203
36 Sang-Moon Bae 2,221
37 Matt Jones 2,223
38 Bubba Watson 2,229
39 Michael Thompson 2,231
40 Angel Cabrera 2,233
41 Roberto Castro 2,236
42 Rickie Fowler 2,237
43 Scott Stallings 2,243
44 Martin Laird 2,250
45 David Lingmerth 2,253
46 Ryan Palmer 2,258
47 Chris Stroud 2,259
48 Charley Hoffman 2,266
49 Rory McIlroy 2,282
50 Scott Piercy 2,286
51 Brendon de Jonge 2,290
52 Brian Gay 2,315
53 David Hearn 2,331
54 David Lynn 2,343
55 Luke Donald 2,352
56 Tim Clark 2,356
57 John Rollins 2,363
58 Kevin Chappell 2,370
59 Sergio Garcia 2,375
60 Gary Woodland 2,376
61 Josh Teater 2,377
62 K.J. Choi 2,393
63 Nick Watney 2,396
64 Kyle Stanley 2,397
65 John Huh 2,398
66 Freddie Jacobson 2,400
67 Cameron Tringale 2,405
68 Ryan Moore 2,406
69 Marc Leishman 2,411
70 Ian Poulter 2,414
71 Brian Davis 2,437
72 Luke Guthrie 2,452
73 Robert Garrigus 2,458
74 Derek Ernst 2,461
75 Daniel Summerhays 2,465
76 Scott Brown 2,471
77 Nicholas Thompson 2,474
78 Brian Stuard 2,476
79 Jerry Kelly 2,479
80 Brian Harman 2,481
81 Brendan Steele 2,485
82 Ernie Els 2,488
83 Stewart Cink 2,491
84 Richard Lee 2,494
85 Rory Sabbatini 2,506
86 Martin Flores 2,507
87 Kevin Stadler 2,512
88 Matt Every 2,514
89 Pat Perez 2,515
90 Bo Van Pelt 2,517
91 Justin Leonard 2,523
92 William McGirt 2,526
93 James Driscoll 2,535
94 Bob Estes 2,536
95 Jason Kokrak 2,538
96 Ted Potter, Jr. 2,541
97 J.J. Henry 2,543
98 Bryce Molder 2,555
99 Geoff Ogilvy 2,567
100 Jeff Overton 2,575

Thanks to PGATour.com for the current FedEx Cup Rankings

RealGolfTalk.com will keep you posted on the FedEx Cup Rankings as the Playoffs unfold.

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