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FedEx Cup Final Standings - Week 43/15

Jordan Spieth won The Tour Championship - and with it the FedEx Cup - by four shots from Henrik Stenson, Danny Lee and Justin Rose, with Dustin Johnson, Bubba Watson and Paul Casey tied for fifth a shot further behind. Spieth's fifth PGA Tour victory of the year and 6th of his career came in his 83rd event and means he has amassed 15 top 10s and 19 top 25s from 25 events in the 2015 season, matching Jason Day's five wins in the process. Better still, his five wins have come in just his last 19 starts. Leading by one over Henrik Stenson beginning the final round, Spieth shot a 1-under-par 69 to Stenson's 2-over 72 thanks to a string of par-saving and birdie putts that wore down Stenson's challenge. He was the only player with four rounds under par at East Lake and wins the Vardon Trophy for the lowest adjusted season's scoring average, also becoming the youngest to win the FedEx Cup, and claiming the single season money record with earnings of $12,030,465, not including the FedEx $10m bonus, breaking Tiger Woods' 2007 record of $10,867,052.
Spieth moves from 2nd to 1st in the FedEx Cup Standings, taking the $10m bonus, with Henrik Stenson climbing from 4th to 2nd to claim a $3m bonus. Jason Day, who finished tied for 10th, takes the $2m third place bonus, while Rickie Fowler, who tied for 12th, takes the $1.5m fourth place bonus. Danny Lee climbs from 19th to 9th and Justin Rose from 12th to 8th, while Dustin Johnson remains in 7th, Bubba Watson remains at 5th, taking a $1m bonus, and Paul Casey climbs from 22nd to 13th.

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WORLD NO. 1 SPOT

Jordan Spieth takes the No. 1 position for the third time, beginning his fourth week at the top.
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FedEx Cup Final standings for week ending September 27, 2015

This week
Last week
Player
Ev Pld
Points
Wins
Top 10s
Points behind
Reset Points
1 2 Jordan Spieth 25 3,800 5 15 1,800
2 4 Henrik Stenson 16 2,307 8 1,493 1,440
3 1 Jason Day 20 2,290 5 11 1,510 2,000
4 3 Rickie Fowler 21 1,838 2 7 1,962 1,600
5 5 Bubba Watson 19 1,680 2 10 2,120 1,280
6 6 Zach Johnson 25 1,450 1 10 2,350 1,120
7 7 Dustin Johnson 21 1,360 1 11 2,440 960
8 12 Justin Rose 20 1,235 1 8 2,565 368
9 19 Danny Lee 36 1,123 1 8 2,677 256
10 8 Charley Hoffman 28 992 1 7 2,808 800
11 9 Daniel Berger 31 878 6 2,922 640
12 10 Patrick Reed 27 656 1 4 3,144 480
13 22 Paul Casey 24 632 8 3,168 232
14 17 J.B. Holmes 25 618 1 7 3,182 288
15 11 Rory McIlroy 12 602 2 7 3,198 384
16 15 Hideki Matsuyama 25 558 9 3,242 320
16 13 Jimmy Walker 24 558 2 6 3,242 352
18 14 Robert Streb 30 542 1 9 3,258 336
19 21 Matt Kuchar 25 530 7 3,270 240
20 24 Steven Bowditch 32 454 1 2 3,346 216
21 18 Kevin Kisner 30 444 6 3,356 272
22 20 Scott Piercy 28 432 1 5 3,368 248
23 23 Brandt Snedeker 27 416 1 8 3,384 224
24 25 Brooks Koepka 23 414 1 8 3,386 208
25 27 Kevin Na 27 410 7 3,390 192
26 28 Sangmoon Bae 30 390 1 5 3,410 184
27 26 Bill Haas 25 380 1 5 3,420 200
28 30 Harris English 29 360 3 3,440 168
29 16 Jim Furyk 19 304 1 7 3,496 304
30 29 Louis Oosthuizen 20 176 6 3,624 176
The Top 30 qualify for the last of the FedEx Cup Playoffs,
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31 31 Daniel Summerhays 29 1,501 5 5,469
32 32 Justin Thomas 30 1,498 7 5,472
33 33 Matt Jones 25 1,445 4 5,525
34 34 Russell Knox 28 1,435 3 5,535
35 35 Ben Martin 27 1,417 1 5 5,553
36 36 Cameron Tringale 28 1,390 3 5,580
37 37 David Lingmerth 28 1,387 1 4 5,583
38 38 Ryan Palmer 22 1,386 5 5,584
39 39 Ryan Moore 24 1,374 1 4 5,596
40 40 Jason Bohn 27 1,373 6 5,597
41 41 Gary Woodland 24 1,300 4 5,670
42 42 Sean O'Hair 26 1,293 3 5,677
43 43 Tony Finau 31 1,293 5 5,677
44 44 Chris Kirk 21 1,291 1 3 5,679
45 45 Pat Perez 26 1,287 2 5,683
46 46 Brendon Todd 27 1,279 4 5,691
47 47 Brendon de Jonge 31 1,228 3 5,742
48 48 Webb Simpson 22 1,213 5 5,757
49 49 Hunter Mahan 24 1,208 4 5,762
50 50 Brendan Steele 24 1,204 4 5,766
51 51 James Hahn 28 1,202 1 2 5,768
52 52 Kevin Chappell 26 1,186 2 5,784
53 53 Sergio Garcia 15 1,177 4 5,793
54 54 Shawn Stefani 26 1,171 3 5,799
55 55 David Hearn 30 1,152 4 5,818
56 56 Troy Merritt 29 1,148 1 3 5,822
57 57 Brian Harman 29 1,135 3 5,835
58 58 Nick Watney 28 1,135 3 5,835
59 59 Zac Blair 34 1,126 2 5,844
60 60 Keegan Bradley 24 1,103 3 5,867
61 61 Phil Mickelson 19 1,091 3 5,879
62 62 George McNeill 27 1,086 1 5,884
63 63 Russell Henley 24 1,072 4 5,898
64 64 Fabian Gomez 26 1,069 1 2 5,901
65 65 Rory Sabbatini 25 1,064 4 5,906
66 66 Billy Horschel 28 1,051 2 5,919
67 67 Ian Poulter 19 981 4 5,989
68 68 Jerry Kelly 24 966 4 6,004
69 69 William McGirt 30 955 1 6,015
70 70 Bryce Molder 26 875 2 6,095
The Top 70 qualify for the third of the FedEx Cup Playoffs, The BMW Championship
71 71 Alex Cejka 30 859 1 1 6,111
72 72 Marc Leishman 23 854 4 6,116
73 73 John Senden 24 848 3 6,122
74 74 Jim Herman 27 840 2 6,130
75 75 Kevin Streelman 27 840 2 6,130
76 76 Boo Weekley 24 830 6 6,140
77 77 Carl Pettersson 32 809 3 6,161
78 78 Kyle Reifers 31 804 2 6,166
79 79 Charles Howell III 30 792 3 6,178
80 80 Luke Donald 20 782 2 6,188
81 81 Hudson Swafford 30 776 1 6,194
82 82 Spencer Levin 31 764 1 6,206
83 83 Scott Pinckney 27 761 3 6,209
84 84 Camilo Villegas 27 757 6,213
85 85 Morgan Hoffmann 26 749 2 6,221
86 86 Davis Love III 18 735 1 2 6,235
87 87 Johnson Wagner 23 733 3 6,237
88 88 Jason Dufner 21 730 2 6,240
89 89 Matt Every 26 727 1 1 6,243
90 90 J.J. Henry 30 716 1 1 6,254
91 91 Colt Knost 29 714 4 6,256
92 92 Jason Gore 26 712 2 6,258
93 93 Carlos Ortiz 30 711 1 6,259
94 94 Scott Brown 30 696 3 6,274
95 95 Mark Wilson 28 681 3 6,289
96 96 Chad Campbell 30 670 2 6,300
97 97 Will Wilcox 17 649 4 6,321
98 98 Chesson Hadley 30 630 3 6,340
99 99 Martin Laird 24 628 3 6,342
100 100 Jason Kokrak 28 614 2 6,356
101 101 Nick Taylor 28 613 1 1 6,357
102 102 Stewart Cink 23 612 1 6,358
103 103 Padraig Harrington 21 610 1 1 6,360
104 104 Greg Owen 19 608 2 6,362
105 105 John Peterson 25 588 6,382
106 106 Adam Scott 15 585 3 6,385
107 107 Adam Hadwin 30 584 3 6,386
108 108 Charl Schwartzel 19 584 3 6,386
109 109 Lee Westwood 15 576 1 6,394
110 110 John Huh 31 565 6,405
111 111 Francesco Molinari 16 558 2 6,412
112 112 Graham DeLaet 22 545 3 6,425
113 113 Jon Curran 28 540 5 6,430
114 114 Steve Wheatcroft 28 536 2 6,434
115 115 Andres Gonzales 28 531 3 6,439
116 116 Chris Stroud 28 531 2 6,439
117 117 Ken Duke 30 523 3 6,447
118 118 Retief Goosen 25 519 3 6,451
119 119 Vijay Singh 23 508 1 6,462
120 120 Chad Collins 24 504 1 6,466
121 121 Tim Clark 13 481 1 6,489
122 122 Ryo Ishikawa 28 476 2 6,494
123 123 Jonas Blixt 26 471 1 6,499
124 124 Erik Compton 28 471 1 6,499
125 125 Jeff Overton 30 464 1 6,506
The Top 125 qualify for the first of the FedEx Cup Playoffs, The Barclays
126 126 Will MacKenzie 16 458 3 6,512
127 127 Scott Langley 28 448 6,522
128 128 Brian Stuard 31 447 1 6,523
129 129 Scott Stallings 19 447 1 6,523
130 130 Jamie Donaldson 16 447 2 6,523
131 131 Nicholas Thompson 31 442 1 6,528
132 132 Tom Hoge 26 441 2 6,529
133 133 Alex Prugh 27 433 2 6,537
134 134 Seung-Yul Noh 21 432 1 6,538
135 135 S.J. Park 27 426 1 6,544
136 136 Billy Hurley III 28 420 1 6,550
137 137 Sam Saunders 28 413 1 6,557
138 138 Michael Putnam 28 407 6,563
139 139 Martin Kaymer 13 406 1 6,564
140 140 Brice Garnett 29 398 1 6,572
141 141 Whee Kim 23 393 2 6,577
142 142 Tom Gillis 16 391 1 6,579
143 143 Brian Davis 31 387 2 6,583
144 144 David Toms 21 383 2 6,587
145 145 Blayne Barber 26 380 4 6,590
146 146 Michael Thompson 27 378 1 6,592
147 147 Lucas Glover 26 375 6,595
148 148 Luke Guthrie 27 373 1 6,597
149 149 Charlie Beljan 27 369 1 6,601
150 150 Cameron Percy 23 361 1 6,609
151 151 Vaughn Taylor 12 361 2 6,609
152 152 K.J. Choi 19 358 6,612
153 153 Jhonattan Vegas 27 353 6,617
154 154 Geoff Ogilvy 15 350 1 6,620
155 155 Ricky Barnes 27 347 1 6,623
156 156 Martin Flores 30 345 6,625
157 157 Aaron Baddeley 25 336 1 6,634
158 158 Jonathan Byrd 22 335 6,635
159 159 Bo Van Pelt 28 322 2 6,648
160 160 Graeme McDowell 15 320 1 6,650
161 161 Andres Romero 24 312 2 6,658
162 162 John Merrick 27 311 6,659
163 163 Max Homa 27 278 1 6,692
164 164 Mark Hubbard 25 274 6,696
165 165 Gonzalo Fdez-Castano 28 272 6,698
166 166 Chez Reavie 19 268 6,702
167 167 Freddie Jacobson 14 268 1 6,702
168 168 Andrew Svoboda 30 266 1 6,704
169 169 Derek Fathauer 27 263 1 6,707
170 170 Derek Ernst 26 250 6,720
171 171 D.A. Points 26 244 6,726
172 172 Greg Chalmers 17 242 6,728
173 173 Ernie Els 18 233 6,737
174 174 Robert Garrigus 25 226 6,744
175 175 Shane Lowry 13 222 1 3 6,748
176 176 Steve Stricker 9 218 6,752
177 177 Steven Alker 22 216 6,754
178 178 Tiger Woods 11 215 1 6,755
179 179 Jonathan Randolph 25 209 6,761
180 180 Angel Cabrera 19 208 6,762
181 181 Kyle Stanley 12 200 6,770
182 182 Andrew Putnam 23 192 6,778
183 183 Justin Leonard 22 188 6,782
184 184 Tim Wilkinson 28 183 6,787
185 185 Ben Crane 22 182 6,788
186 186 Oscar Fraustro 21 171 1 6,799
187 187 Robert Allenby 25 169 1 6,801
188 188 Roberto Castro 16 167 6,803
189 189 Eric Axley 21 152 6,818
190 190 Victor Dubuisson 10 145 6,825
191 191 Tyrone Van Aswegen 20 142 6,828
192 192 Rod Pampling 10 138 1 6,832
193 193 Chris Smith 9 128 1 6,842
194 194 Tim Petrovic 11 123 1 6,847
195 195 Ryan Armour 17 123 6,847
196 196 John Rollins 14 121 1 6,849
197 197 Bill Lunde 18 117 6,853
198 198 Andrew Loupe 15 112 1 6,858
199 199 Kenny Perry 9 105 6,865
200 200 Roger Sloan 20 103 6,867
201 201 Stuart Appleby 7 100 6,870
202 202 Byron Smith 21 96 6,874
203 203 Josh Teater 11 94 6,876
204 204 Trevor Immelman 19 76 6,894
205 205 Blake Adams 13 74 6,896
206 206 Zack Sucher 18 70 6,900
207 207 Fred Funk 2 66 1 6,904
208 208 Arjun Atwal 7 64 6,906
209 209 Jarrod Lyle 10 63 6,907
210 210 Jim Renner 27 63 6,907
211 211 Heath Slocum 22 62 6,908
212 212 Glen Day 8 61 6,909
213 213 Carlos Sainz Jr 20 59 1 6,911
214 214 Steve Flesch 7 58 1 6,912
215 215 Tommy Gainey 9 57 6,913
216 216 John Daly 10 57 1 6,913
217 217 Mark Hensby 2 53 1 6,917
218 218 Ben Curtis 14 51 6,919
219 219 Troy Kelly 9 50 6,920
220 220 Y.E. Yang 4 49 6,921
221 221 Mike Weir 18 48 6,922
222 222 Matt Bettencourt 8 48 6,922
223 223 Mark O'Meara 2 47 6,923
224 224 Charlie Wi 9 44 6,926
225 225 Troy Matteson 9 43 6,927
226 226 Kevin Stadler 5 41 6,929
227 227 Justin Hicks 14 41 6,929
228 228 Cameron Beckman 8 40 6,930
229 229 Joe Affrunti 4 39 6,931
230 230 Dicky Pride 5 31 6,939
231 231 David Duval 6 31 6,939
232 232 D.J. Trahan 5 31 6,939
233 233 Richard Sterne 18 29 6,941
T234 T234 Woody Austin 11 29 6,941
T234 T234 Lee Janzen 4 29 6,941
236 236 Billy Mayfair 6 26 6,944
237 237 Benjamin Alvarado 8 26 6,944
T238 T238 Shaun Micheel 5 25 6,945
T238 T238 Duffy Waldorf 2 25 6,945
T240 T240 Michael Bradley 4 22 6,948
T240 T240 Dudley Hart 8 22 6,948
242 242 Scott Verplank 13 21 6,949
243 243 Daniel Chopra 5 17 6,953
244 244 Stephen Ames 1 13 6,957
T245 T245 Kent Jones 2 13 6,957
T245 T245 Chris Riley 2 13 6,957
247 247 Harrison Frazar 7 12 6,958
248 248 Garrett Willis 1 12 6,958
249 249 Scott McCarron 7 9 6,961
250 250 Parker McLachlin 2 7 6,963
251 251 Len Mattiace 6 5 6,965
252 252 Guy Boros 2 4 6,966
253 253 Ted Purdy 3 4 6,966
254 254 Brandt Jobe 6 2 6,968
255 255 Tom Watson 3 1 6,969
256 256 Tim Herron 7 1 6,969
T257 T257 Patrick Cantlay 1 1 6,969
T257 T257 Steve Lowery 3 1 6,969
259 259 Bernhard Langer 3 1 6,969

 

 




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