The FedexCup 125 – final list

The final list of players eligible to compete for the FedExCup Playoffs is final. The feature presents the list of professionals that shall compete for year end honours.



August 20, 2014

It is post season time for the golfing pros. And only 125 men are allowed to slip through the sieve that determines who shall qualify to battle for the onerous FedExCup. Rory McIlroy has surged to the top after blitzing the field at three straight events – big ones at that, the Open Championship, WGC Bridgestone Invitational and the PGA Championship.


Here is the full list of 125 golf professionals that have made the FedExCup Playoffs –

Rank Player Comment
1 Rory McIlroy Three straight wins is longest non-Tiger streak on TOUR in 10 years
2 Jimmy Walker Led FEC standings for 36 of the 39 weeks in PGA TOUR Season
3 Bubba Watson Has just one top-10 finish in eight starts since winning Masters
4 Matt Kuchar Has finished in FedExCup’s top 20 in each of past four seasons
5 Jim Furyk 2010 FedExCup champ has missed one TOUR Championship since ’07
6 Dustin Johnson Currently on voluntary leave of absence
7 Sergio Garcia No wins this season, but five top-3s in 13 starts
8 Jordan Spieth Finished seventh in 2013 FedExCup as a rookie
9 Patrick Reed One of five multiple winners in 2013-14 (Humana, WGC-Cadillac)
10 Chris Kirk Georgia alum has made 22 of 24 cuts, including McGladrey win
11 Zach Johnson Won Hyundai in January, but just one top-10 in past 12 starts
12 Brendon Todd Had five top-8 finishes in six-event stretch, including first win
13 Webb Simpson Seeking fourth consecutive season inside FedExCup’s top 20
14 Martin Kaymer Season highlighted by wins at THE PLAYERS and U.S. Open
15 Adam Scott Former world No. 1 won Crowne Plaza; eight top-10s in 13 starts
16 Rickie Fowler No wins, but finished in top-5 in all four majors
17 Harris English Earned most of his points early, including OHL Classic win
18 Justin Rose Picked up sixth PGA TOUR victory at Quicken Loans National
19 Ryan Moore Won CIMB in October; has four top-12s in past five starts
20 Kevin Na Qualified for TOUR Championship in 2009 and 2010
21 Brian Harman Earned first PGA TOUR victory at John Deere Classic
22 Hideki Matsuyama 2013 Presidents Cup participant won Memorial
23 Keegan Bradley Has made TOUR Championship in each of his first three seasons
24 Bill Haas 2011 FedExCup champ cracked top 30 with Wyndham runner-up
25 Matt Every Six top-10s including win at Arnold Palmer Invitational
26 John Senden Made TOUR Championship in 2009, 2011 and 2012; won Valspar
27 Marc Leishman No wins, but three top-3s, including third at Bridgestone
28 Graham DeLaet Seeking second consecutive TOUR Championship appearance
29 Tim Clark Earned second career win at RBC Canadian Open (2010 PLAYERS)
30 Ryan Palmer Two runner-ups (Honda, Humana) and T5 at PGA Championship
31 Kevin Stadler Won in Phoenix; 34th and 33rd in past two FedExCups
32 Gary Woodland Qualified for TOUR Championship in 2011 and 2013
33 Charles Howell III Making TOUR Championship would get Augusta native in Masters
34 Jason Day Won WGC-Match Play, T4 at U.S. Open
35 Charley Hoffman Made 2010 TOUR Championship after winning Deutsche Bank
36 J.B. Holmes Won Wells Fargo for first title since 2008 Waste Management
37 Camilo Villegas Wyndham win, his first since 2010, moved him 68 spots in FedExCup
38 Freddie Jacobson Moved up 26 spots in FedExCup with T2 at last week’s Wyndham
39 Kevin Streelman Picked up second TOUR title at Travelers Championship
40 Matt Jones Earned first TOUR title at Shell Houston Open; only top-10 in 2013-14
41 George McNeill Has never finished better than 68th in FedExCup
42 Seung-Yul Noh Tour Finals grad won Zurich Classic of New Orleans
43 Graeme McDowell Rallied with top-10s at The Open, Canadian Open, Bridgestone
44 Justin Hicks Finished third at RBC Canadian Open, second at Barracuda
45 Phil Mickelson Jumped 42 spots in FedExCup with PGA runner-up
46 Will MacKenzie Was 11th in FedExCup after T2 at Valero; missed 10 of 11 cuts since
47 Brian Stuard Had three straight  top-6s early (OHL Classic, Sony Open, Humana)
48 Russell Knox Finished career-best T2 at Honda Classic, where he lost playoff
49 Daniel Summerhays Best FedExCup result was 40th in 2013
50 Russell Henley Won second career title at Honda; just two top-10s in 2013-14
51 Chris Stroud Two T3s in 2013 portion of schedule (CIMB, OHL Classic)
52 Steven Bowditch Valero Texas Open win was only top-10 of season
53 Scott Brown Made FedExCup debut in 2013, finishing 88th
54 K.J. Choi Runner-ups at Farmers Insurance, Travelers were only top-10s
55 Brandt Snedeker 2012 champ has seven top-25s in past eight starts
56 Angel Cabrera Won The Greenbrier Classic for first TOUR win in non-major
57 Jason Dufner Will miss Barclays because of bulging discs in back
58 Ben Martin Finished third at Puerto Rico, RBC Heritage and Quicken Loans
59 Jason Bohn Qualified for BMW Championship in 2009, ’10; three top-4 finishes
60 Charl Schwartzel Has five top-10s in 15 starts; qualifed for 2013 TOUR Championship
61 Cameron Tringale Fourth straight Playoffs appearance; career-best 63rd in 2011
62 Hunter Mahan Has never missed a FedExCup Playoffs event; streak in jeopardy
63 Ben Crane Struggled with back injuries, but won FedEx St. Jude Classic
64 Jerry Kelly Has qualified for Playoffs in every year of FedExCup
65 Erik Compton Runner-up at U.S. Open, and T5 at Arnold Palmer and Zurich
66 Luke Donald Has qualified for past five TOUR Championships
67 Brendan Steele Finished career-best 52nd in FedExCup in 2011
68 Kevin Chappell Only one top-10 this season, but eight top-25s
69 Billy Horschel Has just two top-10s since making 2013 TOUR Championship
70 Henrik Stenson Last year’s FedExCup champ was T4 at U.S. Open, T3 at PGA
71 Brendon de Jonge Made first TOUR Championship appearance last year
72 Chesson Hadley Puerto Rico Open champ has missed 10 of past 11 cuts
73 Scott Langley Third at Valspar; top-30 finishes in four of past five starts
74 Pat Perez All three top-10s came in five-event span in January and February
75 Ryo Ishikawa Finished T2 at Shriners; making FedExCup Playoffs debut
76 Robert Garrigus Finished in FedExCup’s top 50 once (23rd, 2012)
77 Scott Stallings Farmers Insurance win is only top-25; missed 15 of 26 cuts
78 Ian Poulter Two top-10s in 15 starts, including runner-up at WGC-HSBC
79 Carl Pettersson Three top-10s, highlighted by T3 at FedEx St. Jude Classic
80 Andrew Svoboda Six top-25s, including T2 at Zurich Classic of New Orleans
81 William McGirt Finished in FedExCup’s top 100 in first three TOUR seasons (2011-13)
82 David Hearn All three top-10s came in Florida: Honda, Valspar, PLAYERS
83 Shawn Stefani Lost playoff to Justin Rose at Quicken Loans National
84 Robert Streb Finished 126th in 2013 FedExCup; career-best T2 at Zurich Classic
85 Jason Kokrak Didn’t play between PLAYERS and PGA due to injury
86 Jeff Overton Made lone TOUR Championship appearance in 2010
87 Billy Hurley III Making FedExCup debut; held 54-hole lead at Greenbrier (T4)
88 Vijay Singh Only top-10 was runner-up at season-opening
89 Michael Putnam Leading money winner in Tour’s Regular Season in 2013
90 Geoff Ogilvy Won Barracuda for first win since 2010 at Hyundai TOC
91 Ernie Els Two top-10s came at WGC-Match Play (4th) and PGA (7th)
92 Jonas Blixt Runner-up at Masters is only top-10 of season
93 Kevin Kisner Third season on TOUR; first time cracking FedExCup’s top 150
94 Nick Watney Finished in top 12 in three of past four starts
95 Luke Guthrie Advanced to 2013 Deutsche Bank in first FedExCup season
96 Retief Goosen First FedExCup Playoffs appearance since 2011; two top-10s
97 Rory Sabbatini Three top-10s, highlighted by T3 at OHL Classic
98 Stuart Appleby Top-10s at Humana (T9) and Honda Classic (T8)
99 John Huh Finished 29th (2009) and 42nd (2010) in first two FedExCup seasons
100 Brian Davis Has cracked FedExCup’s top 90 every year since 2007
101 Martin Flores Season highlighted by third-place finish at Wells Fargo
102 Aaron Baddeley Finished 14th in 2011 FedExCup, but hasn’t cracked top 75 since
103 Steve Stricker Finished T7 at PGA; not playing The Barclays
104 Bo Van Pelt Qualified for TOUR Championship in 2010-12, but 89th last year
105 Ricky Barnes Qualifies for FedExCup Playoffs after playing 2013 Tour Finals
106 Michael Thompson Just one top-10 (T10, Crowne Plaza) this season
107 Lee Westwood Seventh at Masters, T6 at THE PLAYERS
108 Jhonattan Vegas T8 at Wyndham clinches first Playoffs spot since 2011
109 Stewart Cink Made TOUR Championship in 2007-09; no top-10s this season
110 Andres Romero Was 157th in FedExCup until 5th-place finish at Quicken Loans
111 Troy Merritt Career-best runner-up at FedEx St. Jude
112 David Toms Returns to Playoffs after missing last year; two top-5s this season
113 Boo Weekley Made TOUR Championship in 2013; just one top-10 this season
114 Tim Wilkinson Matched career-high with three top-10s this year
115 Justin Leonard T3 at Humana was first top-3 finish since 2011’s last event
116 Danny Lee Making FedExCup debut; career-best runner-up in Puerto Rico
117 Brice Garnett TOUR rookie made 20 of 27 cuts, but just two top-25s
118 Paul Casey Finished in the top 25 in eight of 15 starts
119 Gonzalo Fdez-Castano Two top-25s (T24, Honda; T4, RBC Canadian Open) in 22 starts
120 Sang-Moon Bae Lone player to move inside top 125 at last week’s Wyndham
121 James Hahn Second-year TOUR pro makes Playoffs for second straight season
122 Bryce Molder Both top-10s were in consecutive weeks in California in February
123 Louis Oosthuizen Lone top-10 was T5 at Match Play; T15 at PGA Championship
124 Morgan Hoffmann New Jersey native sneaks into Barclays for 2nd straight year
125 Robert Allenby Grabs final spot in FedExCup Playoffs despite MC at Wyndham



Edited by Anand Datla

Source: FedExCup-Playoffs

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