List of players for FedExCup Playoffs

A quick look at each of the hundred and twenty five golfers that have qualified for the FedExCup Playoffs.

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Aug 21, 2018: The postseason has arrived. Now it’s time for the PGA TOUR’s best to compete for the FedExCup.

Every postseason participant has a chance to take home the TOUR’s season-long crown. With FedExCup points quadrupled in the Playoffs, players in the back of the pack can make a Cinderella run. The regular season’s strongest performers still have an advantage, though.

The top 125 in the FedExCup standings are eligible for THE NORTHERN TRUST, which begins Thursday at Ridgewood Country Club in Paramus, New Jersey. The top 100 will advance to next week’s Dell Technologies Championship at TPC Boston. Then 70 players will compete in the BMW Championship at historic Aronimink Golf Club in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania.

The Playoffs field will be pared to 30 for the season finale, the TOUR Championship at Atlanta’s East Lake Golf Club on Sept. 20-23. While every player in the TOUR Championship field can still win the FedExCup, the top 5 in the standings can clinch the Cup with a win at East Lake.

Here’s a quick look at the men who will play for that prize.

1. Dustin Johnson Seeking 10th consecutive season in the top 30; runner-up in 2016 FedExCup.
2. Justin Thomas Three wins this season as he tries to become the first back-to-back FedExCup champ.
3. Brooks Koepka He’s the first player to win two majors since Jordan Spieth in 2015.
4. Justin Rose Won twice and finished in the top 10 in 8 of 14 starts; sixth in Strokes Gained: Putting.
5. Bubba Watson Responded to his worst FedExCup finish (75th) with his first three-win season.
6. Jason Day Led in Strokes Gained: Putting and Around-the-Green en route to two wins.
7. Webb Simpson THE PLAYERS champ cracked the FedExCup’s top-10 with runner-up at Wyndham.
8. Francesco Molinari Had two wins (Quicken Loans, The Open) and a runner-up in three July starts.
9. Bryson DeChambeau Won the Memorial and was runner-up to Rory McIlroy at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
10. Patrick Reed Masters champ is seeking fifth straight TOUR Championship berth.
11. Phil Mickelson Win in Mexico was first since 2013; second in Strokes Gained: Putting.
12. Tony Finau Highest-ranked player without a win; eight top-10s includes two runners-up.
13. Jon Rahm Finished fifth in his FedExCup debut; won this year’s CareerBuilder Challenge.
14. Patrick Cantlay Earned his first win at Shriners; seventh in Strokes Gained: Off-the-Tee.
15. Patton Kizzire Georgia resident has never made East Lake; led the FedExCup after two early wins.
16. Paul Casey Valspar was his first win since 2009; has qualified for last three TOUR Championships.
17. Rickie Fowler No wins, but runners-up at the Masters and OHL Classic.
18. Kyle Stanley Fifth in driving accuracy and eighth in greens hit; was 2nd at WGC-Bridgestone.
19. Kevin Na Final-round 64 at Greenbrier gave Na his first victory since 2011.
20. Tiger Woods The only two-time FedExCup champ is making his first Playoffs start since 2013.
21. Rory McIlroy Arnold Palmer Invitational was his first win since 2016 TOUR Championship, FedExCup.
22. Marc Leishman Finished sixth in 2017 FedExCup after two wins; has two runners-up this season.
23. Tommy Fleetwood Fleetwood’s first FedExCup season included a runner-up at the U.S. Open.
24. Chesson Hadley The 2017 Tour Player of the Year started this season T3-2nd-T4.
25. Pat Perez Made East Lake debut last year at age 41; started this season with win at CIMB.
26. Andrew Landry Lost to Rahm in CareerBuilder playoff before winning Texas Open in his home state.
27. Aaron Wise Finished 2nd at Wells Fargo and won AT&T Byron Nelson in consecutive starts.
28. Xander Schauffele The 2017 Rookie of the Year was runner-up at THE PLAYERS and The Open.
29. Luke List The 33-year-old is seeking his first TOUR Championship bid; lost Honda playoff to JT.
30. Brandt Snedeker The 2012 FedExCup champ jumped 50 spots with his win at Wyndham.
31. Austin Cook Won The RSM Classic to finish fall ranked third in the FedExCup.
32. Brian Harman Second on TOUR in top-10s (8); started season with five in a row.
33. Gary Woodland Waste Management Phoenix Open was his first win since 2013.
34. Ian Poulter Won Houston Open for first win since 2012; has never made TOUR Championship.
35. Andrew Putnam Earned first win at Barracuda and was 2nd to DJ at FedEx St. Jude.
36. Chez Reavie Had back-to-back runners-up at Phoenix Open and AT&T Pebble Beach.
37. Ryan Armour Armour, 42, won for first time at Sanderson Farms; third in driving accuracy (72.9%).
38. Brendan Steele Started season with second straight Safeway Open win; has never made East Lake.
39. Alex Noren Lost playoff to Day at Torrey Pines; fifth in Strokes Gained: Putting.
40. Kevin Kisner Has played past three TOUR Championships; runner-up at Match Play and The Open.
41. Billy Horschel The 2014 FedExCup champ won the Zurich Classic with teammate Scott Piercy.
42. Beau Hossler The 23-year-old was 2nd at Houston, Travelers; seventh in Strokes Gained: Putting.
43. Jordan Spieth The 2015 FedExCup champ has never missed the TOUR Championship.
44. Byeong Hun An Lost Memorial playoff to DeChambeau and was runner-up at RBC Canadian Open.
45. Emiliano Grillo 2016 Rookie of the Year finished 3rd twice this season; eighth in Strokes Gained: Putting.
46. Si Woo Kim 2017 PLAYERS champ lost a playoff at the RBC Heritage and finished third at OHL.
47. Charles Howell III Has never finished outside top 100 in FedExCup; has cracked top 30 twice.
48. Brian Gay T6 at Wyndham was his sixth top-10 of the season, his most since 2008.
49. Keegan Bradley CIMB Classic runner-up was best finish since 2014; third in Strokes Gained: Approach.
50. Henrik Stenson The 2013 FedExCup champ is dealing with elbow discomfort.
51. J.J. Spaun The second-year TOUR player was 2nd at RSM and had two third-place finishes.
52. Zach Johnson Has finished in the top 25 in 14 of 22 starts, but only has two top-10s.
53. Cameron Smith Started season with consecutive top-5s; also finished T5 at Match Play and the Masters.
54. Scott Piercy Won Zurich Classic with Horschel; ranks 11th in Strokes Gained: Approach-the-Green.
55. Ryan Moore Ranks 145th in Strokes Gained: Putting after finishing 32nd in that statistic in 2016.
56. Rafa Cabrera Bello Matched his best finish with T3 at WGC-Mexico; 14th in Strokes Gained: Approach.
57. Whee Kim Lost playoff to Cantlay at Shriners and was runner-up at RBC Canadian Open.
58. Stewart Cink Travelers runner-up was best finish since 2009 Open win; sixth in Strokes Gained: Approach.
59. Chris Kirk Hasn’t returned to the TOUR Championship since finishing 2nd in the 2014 FedExCup.
60. Ted Potter, Jr. Lone top-10 was win at AT&T Pebble Beach over DJ, Day and Mickelson.
61. Jimmy Walker T2 at THE PLAYERS was his best finish since 2016, one of four top-10s this season.
62. Jason Kokrak Ranks 16th on TOUR in driving distance (310.5 yards); was T3 at The Greenbrier.
63. C.T. Pan Wyndham runner-up ranks seventh in greens hit and 16th in driving accuracy.
64. Matt Kuchar Has played past eight TOUR Championships; four top-10s is fewest since 2007.
65. Joel Dahmen Had four top-15s in July, including T5 at The Greenbrier and T2 at John Deere.
66. Michael Kim Won John Deere  with TOUR’s best Strokes Gained: Putting performance of the season.
67. Kevin Streelman Five top-10s match a career-high; fourth in greens in regulation (72.1%).
68. Keith Mitchell Rookie ranks sixth in Strokes Gained: Off-the-Tee; four top-10s include a 2nd and T3.
69. J.B. Holmes Was 120th in FedExCup before back-to-back top-3s at FedEx St. Jude and Travelers.
70. Adam Hadwin Has fallen from 18th to 129th in Strokes Gained: Putting after East Lake debut in 2017.
71. Brice Garnett The 34-year-old earned his first PGA TOUR title at Corales Puntacana.
72. Kelly Kraft Finished 72nd in 2017 FedExCup with a 2nd and a 3rd; has a 2nd and 3rd this season.
73. Adam Scott Was in danger of missing Playoffs for first time before finishing third at PGA.
74. Louis Oosthuizen Third-place finish at Zurich Classic was his best of the season; also fifth in Fort Worth.
75. Troy Merritt Was 131st before winning Barbasol with a blood clot in his arm.
76. Hideki Matsuyama Entered last year’s Playoffs as FedExCup leader; no top-10s since January.
77. Satoshi Kodaira Became a TOUR member after winning the RBC Heritage, his only top-10 of the season.
78. Kevin Chappell Has played in past two TOUR Championships; ranks 15th in Strokes Gained: Off-the-Tee.
79. James Hahn Lone top-10 was playoff loss to Kizzire at the Sony Open in Hawaii.
80. Tom Hoge Failed to make Playoffs in three prior seasons; finished career-best third at Sony.
81. Peter Uihlein Rookie had three fifth-place finishes: WGC-HSBC, Wells Fargo and Memorial.
82. Branden Grace Shot a final-round 62 to finish T3 at AT&T Byron Nelson, his best finish of the season.
83. Abraham Ancer Finished 190th in FedExCup as a rookie in 2016; has four top-10s this season.
84. Russell Knox Won the Irish Open, but his best finish on TOUR this season is T7 at the Zurich Classic.
85. Kevin Tway Matched career-high with three top-10s, including T5 at Fort Worth.
86. Jamie Lovemark Big man ranks third in Strokes Gained: Around-the-Green; three top-10s this season.
87. Ollie Schniederjans Another member of the Class of 2011; finished T3 in Phoenix.
88. Russell Henley Was 13th in 2017 FedExCup; posted consecutive top-10s at Travelers and Greenbrier.
89. Daniel Berger Made TOUR Championship in previous three seasons; has just one top-10 this season.
90. Jason Dufner Played in past two TOUR Championships; finished T5 at PLAYERS.
91. Anirban Lahiri Two-time Presidents Cup participant had two top-10s in Asia, T6 at WGC-Bridgestone.
92. Tyrrell Hatton Making Playoffs debut; his four top-10s came at two WGCs and two majors.
93. Patrick Rodgers Ranks 14th in Strokes Gained: Putting, an improvement of 110 spots over last season.
94. Brandon Harkins The 32-year-old rookie thrived in his home state of California, collecting four top-15s there.
95. Trey Mullinax Finished 2nd at Valero Texas Open; second on TOUR in driving distance (319.7 yards).
96. Charl Schwartzel Runner-up at THE PLAYERS and teamed with Oosthuizen to finish third at Zurich.
97. Rory Sabbatini Has finished outside FedExCup’s top 100 in three of previous four seasons.
98. Charley Hoffman Presidents Cup participant is only player to make this season’s Playoffs without a top-10.
99. Alex Cejka Two top-10s in November accounted for 63% of his FedExCup points.
100. Ryan Palmer Playoff loss at Farmers Insurance Open was best finish since 2015.
101. Richy Werenski Like last year, used a late-season runner-up to clinch Playoffs spot (T2, Barbasol).
102. Nick Watney Runner-up at Wells Fargo was his lone top-10 and best finish since 2015.
103. Danny Lee Was 124th until T6 in second-to-last start of Regular Season (RBC Canadian Open).
104. Sung Kang Finished third at CIMB Classic and Quicken Loans National.
105. John Huh Seventh consecutive Playoffs appearance; made TOUR Championship as rookie in 2012.
106. Harold Varner III Finished T7 at THE PLAYERS; ranked 139th before back-to-back July top-10s.
107. Scott Stallings Posted back-to-back top-10s in California (7th, AT&T Pebble Beach; T4, Genesis).
108. Tyler Duncan Rookie’s best finish came at Safeway Open (T5), where he held 54-hole lead.
109. William McGirt Never finished outside FedExCup’s top 100 in seven previous seasons; has hip injury.
110. J.T. Poston Poston and Mullinax were only to crack top 125 while playing out of 126-150 category.
111. Bronson Burgoon Was 160th in FedExCup before T6 at Quicken Loans and runner-up at John Deere.
112. Vaughn Taylor Three top-10s are most since 2010 (had four from 2011-17, including a win).
113. Martin Laird Three top-10s, including back-to-back T9s at Phoenix and Genesis.
114. Sam Ryder Rookie was 148th before back-to-back top-10s in July (T2, Deere; T7, Barbasol).
115. Grayson Murray 170th in Strokes Gained: Putting and 178th in SG: Approach but 22nd in birdie average.
116. Ryan Blaum Shot four sub-70 rounds at Sony (T10), AT&T Byron Nelson (T6) and Travelers (T12).
117. Scott Brown Both of his top-10s came in the fall (T5, CJ CUP; T6, OHL Classic).
118. Brian Stuard After finishing 145th in 2017 FedExCup, finished T4 at Sanderson Farms and Sony Open.
119. Nick Taylor Cracked top 125 with final-round 63 at Wyndham (T8), his first top-10 since season opener.
120. Sam Saunders Making Playoffs debut after T5 at Greenbrier and T7 at Barracuda.
121. Sean O’Hair Posted a runner-up finish for fourth consecutive season (T2, Valero).
122. Bud Cauley Hasn’t played since being involved in car accident at Memorial.
123. Jhonattan Vegas Won in Canada and played at East Lake in 2016 and 2017, but just one top-10 this season.
124. Harris English Missed 10 of 12 cuts before finishing T11 at Wyndham to crack top 125.
125. Seamus Power Top-10s at Zurich (T10) and Corales Puntacana (T5).


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