2016 FedEx Cup standings: 30 PGA Tour players in the final leg at the Tour Championship
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2016 FedEx Cup standings: 30 PGA Tour players in the final leg at the Tour Championship


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The PGA Tour's 2016 FedEx Cup playoffs will conclude in two weeks at the Tour Championship, with the top 30 players in the FedEx Cup standings moving on to the playoff and season finale at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta.

The BMW Championship field had the top 70 players in FedEx Cup points through the regular season and first two playoff events, with Henrik Stenson opting to skip the event to rest a knee injury.



However, with the start of the playoffs, points are multiplied by four, with the winner of each playoff event getting 2,000 FedEx Cup points. At the end of the BMW Championship, the top 30 players in total points, adding in The Barclays and Deustche Bank Championship and BMW Championship, qualify for the Tour Championship.

Four players played their way into the Tour Championship from outside the top 30 heading into this tournament.

21. Roberto Castro (53)
26. Daniel Berger (31)
28. J.B. Holmes (42)
30. Charl Schwartzel (43)

Rickie Fowler is this year's Tour Championship bubble boy, finishing 31st in the standings.


The top five players in the standings -- Dustin Johnson, Patrick Reed, Adam Scott, Jason Day and Paul Casey -- control their destiny in the Tour Championship. If they win that event, they win the FedEx Cup and its $10 million first-place prize.

2016 FedEx Cup standings: 30 PGA Tour players in the final leg at the Tour Championship

Previous ranking in parenthesis

1. Dustin Johnson (3)
2. Patrick Reed (1)
3. Adam Scott (5)
4. Jason Day (2)
5. Paul Casey (10)
6. Rory McIlroy (4)
7. Jordan Spieth (6)
8. Russell Knox (7)
9. Emiliano Grillo (8)
10. Jimmy Walker (9)
11. Brandt Snedeker (11)
12. Justin Thomas (14)
13. Phil Mickelson (15)
14. Ryan Moore (12)
15. Kevin Chappell (13)
16. Matt Kuchar (28)
17. Hideki Matsuyama (16)
18. Si Woo Kim (18)
19. Kevin Kisner (17)
20. Gary Woodland (21)
21. Roberto Castro (53)
22. Kevin Na (23)
23. William McGirt (26)
24. Bubba Watson (27)
25. Sean O'Hair (20)
26. Daniel Berger (31)
27. Jason Dufner (19)
28. J.B. Holmes (42)
29. Jhonattan Vegas (29)
30. Charl Schwartzel (43)

Players eliminated from the 2016 FedEx Cup playoffs at BMW Championship

31. Rickie Fowler (22)
32. Sergio Garcia (25)
33. Jason Kokrak (34)
34. Ryan Palmer (47)
35. Brooks Koepka (30)
36. Henrik Stenson
37. Scott Piercy (35)
38. Louis Oosthuizen (40)
39. James Hahn (39)
40. Fabian Gomez (32)
41. Branden Grace (37)
42. Jim Herman (41)
43. Smylie Kaufman (33)
44. Charley Hoffman (36)
45. Tony Finau (38)
46. Bill Haas (46)
47. Harris English (44)
48. Graeme McDowell (45)
49. Jamie Lovemark (49)
50. Billy Horschel (62)
51. Justin Rose (50)
52. Charles Howell III (48)
53. Brian Harman (57)
54. Chris Kirk (66)
55. Billy Hurley III (51)
56. David Hearn (59)
57. Zach Johnson (56)
58. Luke Donald (60)
59. Kevin Streelman (63)
60. Brian Stuard (52)
61. Kyle Reifers (58)
62. Vaughn Taylor (64)
63. Brendan Steele (54)
64. Hudson Swafford (61)
65. Daniel Summerhays (55)
66. Jon Curran (69)
67. David Lingmerth (65)
68. Marc Leishman (70)
69. Aaron Baddeley (67)
70. Ben Martin (68)

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