PGA TourNovember 6, 2019

2019-'20 PGA Tour FedEx Cup points list standings

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The race for the 2020 FedEx Cup title is under way as the 2019-'20 tour season kicks off this fall. The season-long FedEx Cup points standings will help determine who keeps their PGA Tour cards and who'll be eligible for the FedEx Cup Playoffs come August. For the second year, a $10 million bonus also will be split among the PGA Tour's top 10 regular-season finishers—the Wyndham Rewards Top 10—adding more significance to the standings during the regular season, which culminates with the Wyndham Championship, the final event before the FedExCup Playoffs.

For all regular-season PGA Tour events, 500 FedEx Cups are awarded to the winner, with points also being earned by every player making the cut. In World Golf Championships, 550 FedEx Cup points go to the winner, while 600 points are given to the champion of the four majors and the Players. Lastly, 300 points are given to the winner of any event played in the same week as a major or World Golf Championship event.

It's still early, but here is the updated the FedEx Cup points list through the WGC-HSBC Champions and the Bermuda Championship. All players inside the top 125 at the end of the season earn their PGA Tour cards for 2020-'21 and get into the playoffs. All players ranked from 126 to 200 are eligible to compete in the Korn Ferry Tour Final Series, where 25 more PGA Tour cards will be up for grabs.

RANK (PREVIOUS WEEK), PLAYER, POINTS
1 (1): Lanto Griffin, 737
2 (35): Rory McIlroy, 713
3 (2): Justin Thomas, 662
4 (3): Sebastián Muñoz, 627
5 (4): Kevin Na, 603
6 (7): Sungjae Im, 599
7 (5): Joaquin Niemann, 587
8 (9): Hideki Matsuyama, 566
9 (6): Cameron Champ, 561
10 (8): Tiger Woods, 500

11 (10): Adam Hadwin, 439
12 (13): Byeong Hun An, 435
13 (12): Mark Hubbard, 391
14 (11): Danny Lee, 388
15 (87): Xander Schauffele, 385
16 (14): Harris English, 344
17 (T154): Brendon Todd, 322
T-18 (T15): Patrick Cantlay, 315
T-18 (T15): Tom Hoge, 315
20 (17): Scott Harrington, 313

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21 (20): Xinjun Zhang, 264
22 (21): Charles Howell III, 263
23 (18): Gary Woodland, 261
24 (27): Corey Conners, 260
25 (19): Carlos Ortiz, 258
26 (26): Denny McCarthy, 244
27 (22): Cameron Smith, 240
28 (83): Harry Higgs, 240
29 (36): Scottie Scheffler, 239
30 (23): Brian Harman, 229

31 (24): Pat Perez, 220
32 (25): Dylan Frittelli, 220
33 (43): Brian Gay, 214
34 (T175): Louis Oosthuizen, 210
35 (28): Marc Leishman, 205
36 (30): Brian Stuard, 194
37 (29): Bronson Burgoon, 191
38 (31): Kevin Streelman, 184
39 (32): Richy Werenski, 179
40 (33): Nate Lashley, 178

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41 (34): Bryson DeChambeau, 171
42 (38): Cameron Percy, 160
43 (37): Harold Varner III, 159
44 (66): Tyrrell Hatton, 154
45 (77): Adam Scott, 148
46 (39): Ryan Palmer, 146
47 (42): Zac Blair, 141
48 (61): Billy Horschel, 139
49 (159): Abraham Ancer, 138
50 (40): Collin Morikawa, 138

51 (41): Ryan Moore, 138
52 (44): Bud Cauley, 136
53 (45): Adam Long, 135
54 (65): J.T. Poston, 135
55 (46): Matt Jones, 135
56 (47): Cameron Tringale, 134
57 (68): Keegan Bradley, 131
58 (T-112): Patrick Reed, 130
59 (48): Robby Shelton, 129
60 (49): Nick Taylor, 127

61 (53): Doc Redman, 119
62 (50): Daniel Berger, 118
63 (56): Lucas Glover, 115
64 (51): Talor Gooch, 112
65 (T-99): Fabián Gómez, 111
66 (62): Dominic Bozzelli, 110
67 (52): Sung Kang, 110
68 (54): Viktor Hovland, 107
69 (74): Andrew Putnam, 107
70 (55): Ian Poulter, 106

71 (75): Beau Hossler, 106
72 (57): Adam Schenk, 104
73 (58): Sepp Straka, 104
74 (148): Hank Lebioda, 103
75 (59): Joel Dahmen, 102
76 (60): Austin Cook, 101
77 (63): Stewart Cink, 98
78 (64): Matthew Wolff, 98
79 (202): Matthew Fitzpatrick, 98
80 (76): Jordan Spieth, 95

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81 (111): David Hearn, 92
82 (67): Nick Watney, 92
83 (165): Aaron Wise, 92
84 (185): Jason Kokrak, 90
85 (69): George McNeill, 90
86 (70): Webb Simpson, 88
87 (71): Wyndham Clark, 87
88 (72): Sam Ryder, 85
89 (73): Luke List, 85
90 (80): Tony Finau, 85

91 (81): Tommy Fleetwood, 85
92 (86): Maverick McNealy, 83
93 (T-125): Ryan Armour, 81
T94 (T78): Kiradech Aphibarnrat, 78
T94 (T78): Zack Sucher, 78
96 (T-129): Francesco Molinari, 77
97 (82): Chesson Hadley, 76
98 (91): Robert Streb, 73
99 (84): Chad Campbell, 73
100 (85): Emiliano Grillo, 72

101 (101): Joseph Bramlett, 71
102 (110): Rob Oppenheim, 71
103 (T-97): Shane Lowry, 70
104 (117): Boo Weekley, 69
105 (T-154): Wes Roach, 67
106 (88): Si Woo Kim, 67
107 (T-125): Kramer Hickok, 66
108 (T-112): Paul Casey, 65
109 (135): Russell Knox, 64
110 (T-97): Roger Sloan, 64

111 (T-94): Rafa Cabrera Bello, 64
112 (89): Brandt Snedeker, 64
113 (140): Shawn Stefani, 63
114 (90): Matt Every, 62
115 (92): Jason Day, 61
116 (146): Bo Hoag, 60
117 (93): Brice Garnett, 60
118 (142): Phil Mickelson, 59
119 (133): Scott Stallings, 58
120 (T-94): Peter Malnati, 58

121 (96): Charley Hoffman, 57
122 (139): Rafael Campos, 57
123 (T-99): Zach Johnson, 56
124 (102): Jhonattan Vegas, 56
125 (106): Kevin Tway, 55
126 (103): Peter Uihlein, 55
127 (104): Scott Piercy, 53
128 (105): Jim Furyk, 52
129 (116): Kristoffer Ventura, 51
T-130 (T-107): K.J. Choi, 50
T-130 (T-107): Graeme McDowell, 50
T-130 (T-107): Kyle Stanley, 50

133 (NR): Henrik Stenson, 50
134 (137): Ben Taylor, 48
135 (149): D.J. Trahan, 46
136 (164): Bubba Watson, 45
137 (114): Rory Sabbatini, 45
138 (115): Brendan Steele, 44
139 (127): Tyler McCumber, 41
140 (118): Mark Anderson, 41

141 (119): Matthew NeSmith, 39
142 (120): Keith Mitchell, 39
143 (143): Rhein Gibson, 39
144 (121): James Hahn, 39
145 (122): Scott Brown, 38
146 (123): Aaron Baddeley, 37
147 (132): Chez Reavie, 37
148 (T-175): Ben Crane, 37
149 (124): Troy Merritt, 36
150 (134): Michael Gligic, 35

151 (196): Kevin Kisner, 34
152 (136): Ricky Barnes, 34
153 (NR): Josh Teater, 34
154 (145): Sergio Garcia, 34
155 (188): Tyler Duncan, 33
156 (128): Russell Henley, 32
T-157 (T-129): Michael Thompson, 32
T-157 (T-129): Andrew Landry, 32
159 (NR): Justin Rose, 31
160 (138): Patrick Rodgers, 30

161 (NR): Alex Noren, 30
162 (141): Martin Laird, 29
163 (T-172): Henrik Norlander, 28
164 (144): J.J. Spaun, 27
165 (147): Cameron Davis, 26
166 (168): Sebastian Cappelen, 25
T-167 (T-150): Morgan Hoffmann, 24
T-167 (T-150): Doug Ghim, 24
169 (152): Vaughn Taylor, 23
170 (153): Kevin Chappell, 22

171 (156): Roberto Castro, 22
172 (157): Michael Gellerman, 22
173 (NR): John Merrick, 22
174 (201): Nelson Ledesma, 21
175 (T-191): Seamus Power, 19
176 (158): Tommy Gainey, 19
177 (162): Kyoung-Hoon Lee, 19
178 (160): Max Homa, 18
179 (161): Satoshi Kodaira, 18
T-180 (NR): Chris Baker, 15
T-180 (NR): Rod Pampling, 15

182 (163): Grayson Murray, 15
183 (T-172): Ryan Brehm, 15
184 (166): John Huh, 14
185 (167): Jonathan Byrd, 14
186 (169): Chris Stroud, 12
187 (170): Patton Kizzire, 12
188 (T-181): Danny Willett, 11
189 (171): C.T. Pan, 11
190 (T-172): Lucas Bjerregaard, 10

T-191 (T-175): Anirban Lahiri, 10
T-191 (T-175): Sam Burns, 10
T191 (T175): Jamie Lovemark, 10
T191 (T175): Vincent Whaley, 10
195 (T181): Branden Grace, 8
196 (183): Bill Haas, 8
197 (184): Vince Covello, 8
198 (190): Alex Cejka, 8
199 (NR): Arjun Atwal, 8
200 (195): Chase Seiffert, 7

T-201 (T-186): Mackenzie Hughes, 6
T-201 (T-186): Rich Beem, 6
203 (NR): Tim Wilkinson, 6
204 (T-199): Robert Garrigus, 6
205 (NR): Matt Wallace, 5
206 (189): Jason Dufner, 5
207 (T-191): J.J. Henry, 4
208 (193): Bo Van Pelt, 4
209 (194): Johnson Wagner, 4
210 (NR): Derek Ernst, 4

211 (197): Daniel Chopra, 3
T-212 (NR): Sangmoon Bae, 3
T-212 (NR): Ted Purdy, 3
214 (198): Michael Kim, 3
215 (T-199): Graham DeLaet, 3
216 (NR): John Senden, 3
217 (NR): Parker McLachlin, 2
218 (NR): Carlos Franco, 2
219 (203): Jim Herman, 2

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