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FedEx Cup standings: How the top 70 looks heading into the BMW Championship

Will Zalatoris has vaulted to the top of the FedEx Cup standings after landing his maiden PGA Tour title at the FedEx St Jude Championship, the first event of the FedEx Cup Playoffs.

Zalatoris moves from 12th to 1st in the standings and usurps four-time winner this season and World No.1 Scottie Scheffler into second place.

Scheffler missed the cut in the tournament, as too did Rory McIlroy, who moves back to ninth in the standings.




McIlroy is looking to win the FedEx Cup for a record third time.

Cameron Smith faced an unfortunate two-shot penalty in the third round of the tournament as he went in search of the top spot, but his eventual tie for 13th saw him bump from second to third in the standings.

It is understood that Smith will be making a huge money move to LIV Golf after the FedEx Cup Playoffs.

The top 70 in the FedEx Cup standings now progress into the second Playoffs tournament at the BMW Championship this week, with Wyndham Clark squeezing into the final spot by the smallest of margins over Anirban Lahiri, who missed out in 71st position.

Other notable players failing to progress into the next round of the Playoffs include Daniel Berger (86), Justin Rose (100), Webb Simpson (122) and Rickie Fowler (123).

The top 30 in the standings come Sunday evening at the BMW Championship will then battle it out for an $18 million first prize at the Tour Championship the following week.




The scoring is set up a little differently for the season finale at East Lake, which you can learn more about in our FedEx Cup Playoffs guide.

Here’s how the top 70 looks heading into the second FedEx Cup Playoffs event at the BMW Championship this week.

FEDEX CUP STANDINGS HEADING INTO THE BMW CHAMPIONSHIP:

Place – Player – FedEx Points
1 – Will Zalatoris – 3641.849
2 – Scottie Scheffler – 3555.983
3 – Cameron Smith – 2547.568
4 – Sam Burns – 2428.512
5 – Tony Finau – 2260.697
6 – Xander Schauffele – 2174.538
7 – Patrick Cantlay – 2129.350
8 – Sepp Straka – 2109.303
9 – Rory McIlroy – 2103.875
10 – Justin Thomas – 1995.626
11 – Matt Fitzpatrick – 1944.508
12 – Cameron Young – 1854.761
13 – Jon Rahm – 1797.797
14 – Sungjae Im – 1747.503
15 – Hideki Matsuyama – 1697.237
16 – Max Homa – 1675.291
17 – Jordan Spieth – 1574.228
18 – Viktor Hovland – 1467.389
19 – Joaquin Niemann – 1440.108
20 – Collin Morikawa – 1437.506
21 – Tom Hoge – 1424.420
22 – Billy Horschel – 1376.659
23 – Brian Harman – 1343.711
24 – J.T. Poston – 1261.288
25 – Joohyung Kim – 1129.688
26 – Sahith Theegala – 1098.658
27 – Davis Riley – 1073.906
28 – Kevin Kisner – 1059.736
29 – Corey Conners – 1054.303
30 – J.J. Spaun – 1035.084
31 – Aaron Wise – 1032.795
32 – Maverick McNealy – 1016.661
33 – K.H. Lee – 1002.199
34 – Lucas Glover – 998. 881
35 – Denny McCarthy – 995.678
36 – Seamus Power – 990.479
37 – Shane Lowry – 977.977
38 – Keith Mitchell – 969.354
39 – Cameron Tringale – 956.873
40 – Trey Mullinax – 938.430
41 – Mito Pereira – 938.155
42 – Luke List – 937.820
43 – Russell Henley – 934.409
44 – Keegan Bradley – 924.949
45 – Adam Scott – 896.827
46 – Kurt Kitayama – 838.627
47 – Sebastián Muñoz – 832.608
48 – Tyrrell Hatton – 829.974
49 – Cam Davis – 826.670
50 – Mackenzie Hughes – 820.679
51 – Andrew Putnam – 820.175
52 – Si Woo Kim – 800.729
53 – Scott Stallings – 799.655
54 – Lucas Herbert – 796.457
55 – Emiliano Grillo – 772.333
56 – Tommy Fleetwood – 766.407
57 – Troy Merritt – 756.559
58 – Chez Reavie – 733.728
59 – Adam Hadwin – 733.513
60 – Christiaan Bezuidenhout – 714.067
61 – Chris Kirk – 706.519
62 – Taylor Moore – 704.114
63 – Matt Kuchar – 695.997
64 – Brendan Steele – 688.734
65 – Harold Varner III – 682.077
66 – Alex Noren – 681.096
67 – Taylor Pendrith – 676.753
68 – Marc Leishman – 672.356
69 – Alex Smalley – 657.665
70 – Wyndham Clark – 645.197



Article originally appeared on: Golfmagic.com

One thought on “FedEx Cup standings: How the top 70 looks heading into the BMW Championship

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    Take matsuysma, smith and cantlay off that list, and that’s the new pga. Zzzzzzzzz

    I mean, how many times can they talk about what pants Thomas wears. Or what a great guy Gomer Pyle Scheffler is.. ??

    Maybe they can just keep talking about how Rory hasn’t won a major in 10 years but is waaaaay better than any LIV golfer.

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