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Tiger Woods won the Tour Championship and with it the inaugural FedEx Cup

With two victories and one 2nd from three starts in the playoffs, Tiger Woods took the inaugural FedEx Cup and its $10m. deferred bonus by breezing to victory at the Tour Championship. Steve Stricker took second spot and a deferred bonus of $3m.

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PGA TOUR FEDEX CUP PLAYOFF POINTS, AS OF SEPTEMBER 16, 2007 - WEEK 37


Rank Rank Player Events Points This Last Week Week 1 1 Tiger Woods 3 123,033
2 2 Steve Stricker   4 110,455
3 3 Phil Mickelson 3 109,358
4 4 Rory Sabbatini 4 105,193
5 5 K.J. Choi 4 103,765
6 6 Aaron Baddeley   4 103,350
7 12 Zach Johnson   4 102,873
8 18 Mark Calcavecchia 4 102,069
9 10 Sergio Garcia 4 101,077
10 9 Vijay Singh   4 101,064
11 8 Jim Furyk 4 101,022
12 7 Adam Scott   4 100,684
13 11 Geoff Ogilvy   4 98,918
14 19 Scott Verplank   3 98,812
15 20 Hunter Mahan   4 98,696
16 16 Justin Rose 4 98,434
17 17 Woody Austin   4 98,407
18 13 Charles Howell III 4 98,051
19 14 Ernie Els 3 98,033
20 15 Brandt Snedeker 4 97,907
21 27 Tim Clark 4 97,275
22 24 Stewart Cink 4 96,697
23 26 Robert Allenby 4 96,634
24 28 Camilo Villegas   4 96,608
25 22 Boo Weekley   4 96,399
26 23 John Rollins 4 96,220
27 21 Brett Wetterich   4 96,174
28 25 Jonathan Byrd   4 96,061
29 30 Padraig Harrington   3 96,025
30 29 Heath Slocum   4 95,731


------ Top 30 qualify for The Tour Championship ------


31 28 Luke Donald   3 94,699
32 27 Jerry Kelly   3 94,680
33 31 David Toms   3 94,609
34 29 Arron Oberholser   3 94,373
35 41 Lucas Glover 3 93,900
36 36 Stuart Appleby 3 93,640
37 41 Bubba Watson   3 93,634
38 49 Carl Pettersson 3 93,572
39 35 Henrik Stenson 3 93,405
40 38 Trevor Immelman 3 93,346
41 37 Nick Watney   3 93,336
42 43 Mark Wilson   3 93,313
43 39 Anthony Kim 3 93,192
44 46 Pat Perez   3 93,184
45 40 Ken Duke   3 93,171
46 52 Nathan Green   3 93,102
47 45 Angel Cabrera   3 92,912
48 44 Troy Matteson   3 92,817
49 47 Billy Mayfair   3 92,700
50 53 Charley Hoffman   3 92,566
51 48 Jeff Quinney   3 92,532
52 57 Ryan Moore   3 92,464
53 51 Rod Pampling   3 92,446
54 54 Ryuji Imada   3 92,442
55 50 John Senden   3 92,439
56 55 Kevin Sutherland   3 92,365
57 63 Ian Poulter   3 92,275
58 58 Sean O'Hair 3 91,963
59 56 Paul Goydos   2 91,923
60 59 Kenny Perry   3 91,773
61 61 John Mallinger   3 91,688
62 60 Nick O'Hern   3 91,575
63 62 Vaughn Taylor   3 91,504
64 70 Bo Van Pelt 3 91,356
65 68 Rocco Mediate 3 91,129
66 65 Jose Coceres   3 91,111
67 66 Brian Bateman   3 91,109
68 63 Bernhard Langer 0 91,075
69 69 Stephen Ames 2 91,013
70 67 Steve Marino   3 91,002


------- Top 70 qualify for the BMW Championship ------


71 71 Steve Flesch 2 90,620
72 72 Peter Lonard 2 90,550
73 73 Will MacKenzie 2 90,448
74 74 Stephen Leaney   2 90,325
75 75 Dean Wilson   2 90,256
76 76 Brian Davis 2 90,161
77 77 Fred Funk 2 90,151
78 78 Brian Gay   2 90,075
79 79 Bart Bryant   2 89,934
80 80 Tim Petrovic 2 89,890
81 81 Jason Gore 2 89,795
82 82 Joe Ogilvie   2 89,693
83 83 Davis Love III   2 89,675
84 84 Fredrik Jacobson   2 89,589
85 85 Charles Warren   2 89,297
86 86 Justin Leonard 2 89,238
87 87 Mike Weir   2 89,198
88 88 Steve Elkington   2 89,096
89 89 Retief Goosen 2 89,083
90 90 Tom Lehman 1 89,050
90 90 Charlie Wi   2 89,050
92 92 Matt Kuchar 2 89,021
93 93 Tom Pernice, Jr.   2 88,943
94 94 J.J. Henry   2 88,900
95 95 Cliff Kresge   2 88,865
96 96 Robert Garrigus   2 88,854
97 97 Chris DiMarco   2 88,525
98 98 Kevin Na   2 88,476
99 99 Shaun Micheel   2 88,450
100 100 Jose Maria Olazabal   0 88,300
101 101 Briny Baird   2 88,298
102 102 Jeff Maggert   2 88,201
103 103 Craig Kanada 2 88,038
104 104 Tim Herron   2 87,934
105 105 Ted Purdy   2 87,775
106 106 George McNeill   2 87,702
107 107 Chad Campbell 2 87,658
108 108 Kevin Stadler 2 87,625
109 109 Bob Estes   2 87,579
110 110 Rich Beem 2 87,335
111 111 Jeff Overton 2 87,325
112 112 Tommy Armour III   2 87,283
113 113 J.B. Holmes   2 87,275
114 114 Ben Curtis   2 87,250
115 115 Daniel Chopra   2 87,050
116 116 Brett Quigley   2 87,000
117 117 D.J. Trahan   2 86,983
118 118 J.P. Hayes   2 86,839
119 119 Harrison Frazar   2 86,800
120 120 Doug LaBelle II   2 86,732


- Top 120 qualify for The Deutsche Bank Championship -


121 121 Steve Allan   1 86,575
122 122 Mathew Goggin   1 86,500
123 123 Joe Durant 1 86,383
124 124 Alex Cejka 1 86,350
125 125 Bob Heintz   1 86,325
126 126 Bill Haas   1 86,251
127 127 Jason Dufner   1 86,250
128 128 Ryan Armour   1 86,215
129 129 John Merrick   1 86,200
130 130 Johnson Wagner   1 86,079
131 131 Jason Bohn   0 86,050
132 132 Frank Lickliter II   1 86,000
133 133 Gavin Coles   1 85,750
134 134 Ryan Palmer   0 85,525
135 135 Tripp Isenhour   1 85,375
136 136 Billy Andrade   1 85,300
137 137 Anders Hansen   1 85,225
138 138 Corey Pavin   1 85,189
139 139 Jesper Parnevik   1 85,150
140 140 Shigeki Maruyama 1 85,000
141 141 Michael Putnam   1 84,925
142 142 Andrew Buckle   1 84,879
143 143 Bob Tway   1 84,850
144 144 Jeff Gove   1 84,700

Note: How the FedEx Cup points ranking system works (from January 1st, 2007)
 

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