2017 FedEx Cup standings: 70 PGA Tour players in the third leg at the BMW Championship
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2017 FedEx Cup standings: 70 PGA Tour players in the third leg at the BMW Championship


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The PGA Tour's 2017 FedEx Cup playoffs roll on to the third stage, the BMW Championship, at the conclusion of the 2017 Dell Technologies Championship at TPC Boston in Norton, Mass.

The Dell Technologies Championship field had the top 100 players in FedEx Cup points through the regular season and The Northern Trust.



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 Dell Technologies Championship, the top 70 players in total points, adding in The Northern Trust and Dell Technologies Championship, qualify for the BMW Championship, played this year at Conway Farms, just outside of Chicago.

Three players played their way into the BMW Championship from outside the top 70 heading into this tournament.

  • 57. Stewart Cink (81)
  • 60. Rafa Cabrera Bello (80)
  • 62. Emiliano Grillo (77)

2017 FedEx Cup standings: 70 PGA Tour players who qualified for the 2017 BMW Championship

Previous ranking in parenthesis

  • 1. Jordan Spieth (2)
  • 2. Justin Thomas (3)
  • 3. Dustin Johnson (1)
  • 4. Hideki Matsuyama (4)
  • 5. Jon Rahm (5)
  • 6. Rickie Fowler (6)
  • 7. Marc Leishman (20)
  • 8. Paul Casey (12)
  • 9. Brooks Koepka (7)
  • 10. Pat Perez (14)
  • 11. Daniel Berger (8)
  • 12. Charley Hoffman (9)
  • 13. Jhonattan Vegas (10)
  • 14. Kevin Kisner (11)
  • 15. Brian Harman (13)
  • 16. Adam Hadwin (18)
  • 17. Justin Rose (24)
  • 18. Matt Kuchar (15)
  • 19. Kyle Stanley (19)
  • 20. Kevin Chappell (17)
  • 21. Webb Simpson (16)
  • 22. Patrick Reed (33)
  • 23. Russell Henley (23)
  • 24. Louis Oosthuizen (26)
  • 25. Jason Dufner (21)
  • 26. Henrik Stenson (22)
  • 27. Brendan Steele (25)
  • 28. Jason Day (29)
  • 29. Gary Woodland (34)
  • 30. Bill Haas (39)
  • 31. Mackenzie Hughes (37)
  • 32. Xander Schauffele (27)
  • 33. Hudson Swafford (38)
  • 34. Sergio Garcia (30)
  • 35. Charles Howell III (28)
  • 36. Phil Mickelson (58)
  • 37. Wesley Bryan (32)
  • 38. Billy Horschel (31)
  • 39. Tony Finau (35)
  • 40. Kevin Na (63)
  • 41. Patrick Cantlay (50)
  • 42. Francesco Molinari (36)
  • 43. Charl Schwartzel (49)
  • 44. Bryson DeChambeau (48)
  • 45. Si Woo Kim (41)
  • 46. Chez Reavie (40)
  • 47. Ian Poulter (56)
  • 48. Keegan Bradley (47)
  • 49. Martin Laird (45)
  • 50. Ollie Schniederjans (42)
  • 51. Rory McIlroy (43)
  • 52. Sung Kang (53)
  • 53. Lucas Glover (57)
  • 54. Zach Johnson (46)
  • 55. Luke List (52)
  • 56. Cameron Smith (44)
  • 57. Stewart Cink (81)
  • 58. Jamie Lovemark (54)
  • 59. Robert Streb (51)
  • 60. Rafa Cabrera Bello (80)
  • 61. Scott Brown (55)
  • 62. Emiliano Grillo (77)
  • 63. Grayson Murray (70)
  • 64. James Hahn (60)
  • 65. Sean O'Hair (59)
  • 66. Kevin Tway (69)
  • 67. Ryan Moore (61)
  • 68. Bud Cauley (67)
  • 69. Danny Lee (62)
  • 70. Anirban Lahiri (66)

Players eliminated from the 2017 FedEx Cup playoffs at Dell Technologies Championship

  • 71. Russell Knox (65)
  • 72. Kelly Kraft (64)
  • 73. Brandt Snedeker (68)
  • 74. Rod Pampling (71)
  • 75. Bubba Watson (72)
  • 76. Graham DeLaet (74)
  • 77. Jason Kokrak (79)
  • 78. Patrick Rodgers (75)
  • 79. Adam Scott (73)
  • 80. Branden Grace (99)
  • 81. Morgan Hoffmann (83)
  • 82. Jonas Blixt (84)
  • 83. Chad Campbell (76)
  • 84. Chris Stroud (78)
  • 85. William McGirt (96)
  • 86. Kevin Streelman (90)
  • 87. Cody Gribble (98)
  • 88. C.T. Pan (85)
  • 89. Whee Kim (82)
  • 90. Harold Varner III (91)
  • 91. Jim Herman (86)
  • 92. Chris Kirk (95)
  • 93. Nick Taylor (92)
  • 94. David Lingmerth (87)
  • 95. J.B. Holmes (88)
  • 96. Camilo Villegas (89)
  • 97. J.J. Spaun (93)
  • 98. Scott Piercy (94)
  • 99. Patton Kizzire (97)
  • 100. Michael Kim (100)


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