2015 FedEx Cup: Top 100 players in the Deutsche Bank Championship

2015 FedEx Cup: Top 100 players in the Deutsche Bank Championship



With the conclusion of The Barclays, the field is now officially set for the Deutsche Bank Championship, the second leg of the FedEx Cup playoffs reserved for the top 100 in the standings after the playoff opener.

Jason Day earns the top spot heading into the second of four tournaments with his six-shot win at The Barclays, his third PGA Tour win his last four starts. Jordan Spieth, who, like Day, has four wins this year, dropped a spot to second after missing the cut. Bubba Watson maintains the third spot with his solo third-place finish.

Here's a look at the full top 100 which qualify for the Deutsche Bank Championship, with their previous ranking in parenthesis:



1. Jason Day (2)
2. Jordan Spieth (1)
3. Bubba Watson (3)
4. Henrik Stenson (41)
5. Zach Johnson (11)
6. Dustin Johnson (7)
7. Jimmy Walker (4)
8. Justin Rose (5)
9. Robert Streb (6)
10. Danny Lee (10)
11. Jim Furyk (18)
12. Patrick Reed (8)
13. Kevin Kisner (17)
14. Hideki Matsuyama (20)
15. Rory McIlroy (9)
16. Brooks Koepka (12)
17. Charley Hoffman (14)
18. Brandt Snedeker (13)
19. J.B. Holmes (16)
20. Steven Bowditch (22)
21. Paul Casey (19)
22. Rickie Fowler (15)
23. Sangmoon Bae (34)
24. Jason Bohn (33)
25. Bill Haas (23)
26. David Lingmerth (21)
27. Matt Kuchar (26)
28. Kevin Na (30)
29. Ben Martin (24)
30. Justin Thomas (36)
31. Ryan Moore (25)
32. Tony Finau (39)
33. Ryan Palmer (56)
34. Scott Piercy (27)
35. Russell Knox (44)
36. Shawn Stefani (37)
37. Webb Simpson (40)
38. Louis Oosthuizen (28)
39. Chris Kirk (29)
40. Daniel Summerhays (66)
41. Harris English (42)
42. James Hahn (35)
43. Sergio Garcia (31)
44. Gary Woodland (32)
45. Zac Blair (106)
46. Pat Perez (54)
47. Brendon Todd (53)
48. Troy Merritt (43)
49. Russell Henley (38)
50. David Hearn (49)
51. Cameron Tringale (57)
52. Phil Mickelson (51)
53. Billy Horschel (45)
54. Daniel Berger (46)
55. Brendan Steele (47)
56. Brendon de Jonge (48)
57. Matt Jones (55)
58. Bryce Molder (92)
59. George McNeill (68)
60. Rory Sabbatini (72)
61. Marc Leishman (50)
62. Brian Harman (69)
63. Nick Watney (52)
64. Jim Herman (89)
65. Kevin Streelman (61)
66. Sean O'Hair (67)
67. Fabian Gomez (58)
68. Kevin Chappell (91)
69. Ian Poulter (59)
70. Boo Weekley (60)
71. Keegan Bradley (62)
72. Morgan Hoffmann (82)
73. Alex Cejka (63)
74. Charles Howell III (70)
75. Matt Every (64)
76. Scott Pinckney (78)
77. Carl Pettersson (65)
78. J.J. Henry (85)
79. Jason Gore (98)
80. Spencer Levin (115)
81. John Senden (88)
82. Jason Dufner (103)
83. Carlos Ortiz (112)
84. Scott Brown (71)
85. Mark Wilson (114)
86. Chad Campbell (73)
87. Luke Donald (119)
88. William McGirt (74)
89. Will Wilcox (75)
90. Davis Love III (76)
91. Hunter Mahan (77)
92. Johnson Wagner (101)
93. Hudson Swafford (100)
94. Jerry Kelly (79)
95. Colt Knost (80)
96. Martin Laird (81)
97. Chesson Hadley (83)
98. Kyle Reifers (84)
99. Camilo Villegas (123)

A total of 25 players were also eliminated from the playoffs at the end of The Barclays, including highlighted players who started the week inside the top 100:

100. Jason Kokrak (86)
101. Nick Taylor (102)
102. Stewart Cink (116)
103. Padraig Harrington (87)
104. Greg Owen (90)
105. John Peterson (93)
106. Adam Scott (94)
107. Adam Hadwin (95)
108. Charl Schwartzel (96)
109. Lee Westwood (110)
110. John Huh (97)
111. Francesco Molinari (99) - DNP
112. Graham DeLaet (104)
113. Jon Curran (105)
114. Steve Wheatcroft (107)
115. Andres Gonzales (108)
116. Chris Stroud (109)
117. Ken Duke (117)
118. Retief Goosen (111) - DNP
119. Vijay Singh (118)
120. Chad Collins (113)
121. Tim Clark (120)
122. Ryo Ishikawa (124)
123. Jonas Blixt (121)
124. Erik Compton (122)
125. Jeff Overton (125)

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