2015 FedEx Cup playoffs: Top 70 into the BMW Championship
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2015 FedEx Cup playoffs: Top 70 into the BMW Championship


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With the conclusion of the Deutsche Bank Championship, the top 70 players in the FedEx Cup standings move on to make up the official field for the BMW Championship, the third leg of the FedEx Cup playoffs.

Jason Day maintains the top spot heading into the third of four tournaments after finishing tied for 12th at TPC Boston. Jordan Spieth, who missed a second consecutive cut, holds onto second position. Rickie Fowler is now third after winning the Deutsche Bank for his second win this season.

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



1. Jason Day (1)
2. Jordan Spieth (2)
3. Rickie Fowler (22)
4. Henrik Stenson (4)
5. Bubba Watson (3)
6. Charley Hoffman (17)
7. Zach Johnson (5)
8. Dustin Johnson (6)
9. Jim Furyk (11)
10. Patrick Reed (12)
11. Jimmy Walker (7)
12. Robert Streb (9)
13. Justin Rose (8)
14. Danny Lee (10)
15. Kevin Kisner (13)
16. Hideki Matsuyama (14)
17. Rory McIlroy (15)
18. Brandt Snedeker (18)
19. J.B. Holmes (19)
20. Matt Kuchar (27)
21. Brooks Koepka (16)
22. Steven Bowditch (20)
23. Sangmoon Bae (23)
24. Paul Casey (21)
25. Ben Martin (29)
26. Daniel Summerhays (40)
27. Bill Haas (25)
28. Jason Bohn (24)
29. Russell Knox (35)
30. Louis Oosthuizen (38)
31. David Lingmerth (26)
32. Harris English (41)
33. Matt Jones (57)
34. Kevin Na (28)
35. Justin Thomas (30)
36. Gary Woodland (44)
37. Chris Kirk (39)
38. Sean O'Hair (66)
39. Ryan Moore (31)
40. Ryan Palmer (33)
41. Tony Finau (32)
42. Webb Simpson (37)
43. Pat Perez (46)
44. Scott Piercy (34)
45. Shawn Stefani (36)
46. Daniel Berger (54)
47. Troy Merritt (48)
48. Brendon Todd (47)
49. Brendon de Jonge (56)
50. Brian Harman (62)
51. Zac Blair (45)
52. Hunter Mahan (91)
53. James Hahn (42)
54. Sergio Garcia (43)
55. Cameron Tringale (51)
56. Rory Sabbatini (60)
57. Kevin Chappell (68)
58. Russell Henley (49)
59. David Hearn (50)
60. Brendan Steele (55)
61. Phil Mickelson (52)
62. Fabian Gomez (67)
63. Keegan Bradley (71)
64. Nick Watney (63)
65. Jerry Kelly (94)
66. Ian Poulter (69)
67. Billy Horschel (53)
68. William McGirt (88)
69. Bryce Molder (58)
70. George McNeill (59)

A total of 30 players were also eliminated from the playoffs at the end of Deutsche Bank Championship, including highlighted players who started the week inside the top 100:

71. Alex Cejka (73)
72. Marc Leishman (61)
73. John Senden (81)
74. Jim Herman (64)
75. Kevin Streelman (65)
76. Boo Weekley (70)
77. Carl Pettersson (77)
78. Kyle Reifers (98)
79. Charles Howell III (74)
80. Luke Donald (87)
81. Hudson Swafford (93)
82. Spencer Levin (80)
83. Scott Pinckney (76)
84. Camilo Villegas (99)
85. Morgan Hoffmann (72)
86. Davis Love III (90)
87. Johnson Wagner (92)
88. Jason Dufner (82)
89. Matt Every (75)
90. J.J. Henry (78)
91. Colt Knost (95)
92. Jason Gore (79)
93. Carlos Ortiz (83)
94. Scott Brown (84)
95. Mark Wilson (85)
96. Chad Campbell (86)
97. Will Wilcox (89) - DNP
98. Chesson Hadley (97)
99. Martin Laird (96)
100. Jason Kokrak (100)

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