2017 FedEx Cup standings: 30 PGA Tour players in the final leg at the Tour Championship
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2017 FedEx Cup standings: 30 PGA Tour players in the final leg at the Tour Championship


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The PGA Tour's 2017 FedEx Cup playoffs roll on to the fourth and final stage, the Tour Championship, at the conclusion of the 2017 BMW Championship at Conway Farms Golf Club in Lake Forest, Ill.

The BMW Championship field had the top 100 players in FedEx Cup points through the regular season and the first two playoff events.

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 Northern Trust, Dell Technologies Championship and BMW Championship, qualify for the Tour Championship, played this year at East Lake Golf Club in Altanta.



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

  • 24. Tony Finau (39)
  • 25. Sergio Garcia (34)
  • 26. Xander Schauffele (32)
  • 29. Patrick Cantlay (41)

2017 FedEx Cup standings: 30 PGA Tour players who qualified for the 2017 Tour Championship

Previous ranking in parenthesis

  • 1. Jordan Spieth (1)
  • 2. Justin Thomas (2)
  • 3. Dustin Johnson (3)
  • 4. Marc Leishman (7)
  • 5. Jon Rahm (5)
  • 6. Rickie Fowler (6)
  • 7. Hideki Matsuyama (4)
  • 8. Justin Rose (17)
  • 9. Brooks Koepka (9)
  • 10. Paul Casey (8)
  • 11. Pat Perez (10)
  • 12. Matt Kuchar (18)
  • 13. Charley Hoffman (12)
  • 14. Daniel Berger (11)
  • 15. Jason Day (28)
  • 16. Webb Simpson (21)
  • 17. Jhonattan Vegas (13)
  • 18. Kevin Kisner (14)
  • 19. Kevin Chappell (20)
  • 20. Brian Harman (15)
  • 21. Adam Hadwin (16)
  • 22. Kyle Stanley (19)
  • 23. Patrick Reed (22)
  • 24. Tony Finau (39)
  • 25. Sergio Garcia (34)
  • 26. Xander Schauffele (32)
  • 27. Russell Henley (23)
  • 28. Gary Woodland (29)
  • 29. Patrick Cantlay (41)
  • 30. Jason Dufner (25)

Players eliminated from the 2017 FedEx Cup playoffs at BMW Championship

  • 31. Louis Oosthuizen (24)
  • 32. Henrik Stenson (26)
  • 33. Brendan Steele (27)
  • 34. Phil Mickelson (36)
  • 35. Bill Haas (30)
  • 36. Mackenzie Hughes (31)
  • 37. Francesco Molinari (42)
  • 38. Hudson Swafford (33)
  • 39. Chez Reavie (46)
  • 40. Charles Howell III (35)
  • 41. Wesley Bryan (37)
  • 42. Billy Horschel (38)
  • 43. Lucas Glover (53)
  • 44. Charl Schwartzel (43)
  • 45. Kevin Na (40)
  • 46. Cameron Smith (56)
  • 47. Keegan Bradley (48)
  • 48. Zach Johnson (54)
  • 49. Bryson DeChambeau (44)
  • 50. Luke List (55)
  • 51. Anirban Lahiri (70)
  • 52. Ian Poulter (47)
  • 53. Stewart Cink (57)
  • 54. Si Woo Kim (45)
  • 55. Scott Brown (61)
  • 56. Martin Laird (49)
  • 57. Jamie Lovemark (58)
  • 58. Rory McIlroy (51)
  • 59. Sung Kang (52)
  • 60. Ollie Schniederjans (50)
  • 61. Rafa Cabrera Bello (60)
  • 62. Sean O'Hair (65)
  • 63. Robert Streb (59)
  • 64. Ryan Moore (67)
  • 65. Bud Cauley (68)
  • 66. Grayson Murray (63)
  • 67. Emiliano Grillo (62)
  • 68. James Hahn (64)
  • 69. Kevin Tway (66)
  • 70. Danny Lee (69)

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