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FedEx Cup points list standings: Will Zalatoris surges to the top

By GolfDigestME.com
One down, two to go. After 44 regular-season events, the FedEx Cup Playoffs are in full gear, with Will Zalatoris taking the title at the FedEx St Jude Championship on Sunday in a wild playoff win over Sepp Straka at TPC Southwind.

Zalatoris’ maiden tour win jumps him to the top of the FedEx Cup points list, as the top 70 players now move on to the second playoff event, the BMW Championship at Wilmington Country Club in Delaware.

From 125 to 70 … and now the players are looking to get themselves into the top 30 this week in order to qualify for the Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta. For the playoffs, points are worth four times that of a regular-season event meaning that a victory earns you 2,000 points.

Here is the updated FedEx Cup points list after the FedEx St Jude. All eligible players ranked from 126 to 200 can compete in the Korn Ferry Tour Final Series, where 25 more PGA Tour cards will be up for grabs.

RANK (LAST RANK): NAME, POINTS
1 (12): Will Zalatoris, 3,680.10
2 (1): Scottie Scheffler, 3,555.98
3 (2): Cameron Smith, 2,547.57
4 (3): Sam Burns, 2,428.51
5 (7): Tony Finau, 2,260.70
6 (4): Xander Schauffele, 2,174.54
7 (5): Patrick Cantlay, 2,129.35
8 (35): Sepp Straka, 2,109.30
9 (6): Rory McIlroy, 2,103.88
10 (8): Justin Thomas, 1,995.63
11 (10): Sungjae Im, 1,992.50
12 (14): Matt Fitzpatrick, 1,944.51
13 (9): Cameron Young, 1,854.76
14 (16): Jon Rahm, 1,797.80
15 (11): Hideki Matsuyama, 1,697.24
16 (13): Max Homa, 1,675.29
17 (15): Jordan Spieth, 1,574.23
18 (19): Viktor Hovland, 1,467.39
19 (20): Joaquin Niemann, 1,440.11
20 (22): Collin Morikawa, 1,437.51
21 (17): Tom Hoge, 1,424.42
22 (18): Billy Horschel, 1,403.22
23 (55): Brian Harman, 1,343.71
24 (21): JT Poston, 1,299.54
25 (34): Joohyung Kim, 1,129.69
26 (23): Davis Riley, 1,126.03
27 (39): Sahith Theegala, 1,098.66
28 (36): Kevin Kisner, 1,059.74
29 (30): Corey Conners, 1,054.30
30 (25): JJ Spaun, 1,035.08
31 (27): Aaron Wise, 1,032.80
32 (31): Maverick McNealy, 1,016.66
33 (40): KH Lee, 1,006.40
34 (121): Lucas Glover, 998.881
35 (42): Denny McCarthy, 995.678
36 (24): Seamus Power, 990.479
37 (28): Shane Lowry, 979.627
38 (37): Keith Mitchell, 969.354
39 (26): Cameron Tringale, 956.873
40 (70): Trey Mullinax, 938.43
41 (38): Mito Pereira, 938.155
42 (29): Luke List, 937.82
43 (32): Russell Henley, 934.409
44 (33): Keegan Bradley, 924.949
45 (77): Adam Scott, 899.177
46 (41): Scott Stallings, 851.78
47 (87): Andrew Putnam, 846.731
48 (43): Kurt Kitayama, 838.627
49 (45): Sebastián Muñoz, 832.608
50 (49): Tyrrell Hatton, 829.974
51 (66): Cam Davis, 826.67
52 (46): Mackenzie Hughes, 820.679
53 (48): Si Woo Kim, 800.729
54 (44): Lucas Herbert, 796.457
55 (56): Emiliano Grillo, 772.333
56 (47): Tommy Fleetwood, 766.407
57 (64): Troy Merritt, 756.559
58 (51): Chez Reavie, 742.228
59 (50): Adam Hadwin, 733.513
60 (53): Christiaan Bezuidenhout, 714.067
61 (52): Chris Kirk, 706.519
62 (65): Taylor Moore, 704.114
63 (54): Matt Kuchar, 695.997
64 (57): Brendan Steele, 688.734
65 (58): Harold Varner III, 682.077
66 (59): Alex Noren, 681.096
67 (60): Taylor Pendrith, 676.753
68 (62): Marc Leishman, 672.356
69 (61): Alex Smalley, 657.665
70 (79): Wyndham Clark, 645.197

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ELIMINATED AFTER THE FEDEX ST. JUDE CHAMPIONSHIP
71 (63): Anirban Lahiri, 642.125
72 (99): Lee Hodges, 636.839
73 (67): John Huh, 611.949
74 (68): Brendon Todd, 606.531
75 (73): Gary Woodland, 600.566
76 (74): Beau Hossler, 592.857
77 (69): Lanto Griffin, 592.114
78 (71): Brandon Wu, 586.079
79 (72): Matthew NeSmith, 575.991
80 (75): Chad Ramey, 567.789
81 (76): Adam Long, 563.622
82 (107): Dylan Frittelli, 554.179
83 (110): Ryan Palmer, 544.692
84 (85): David Lipsky, 542.539
85 (93): Adam Schenk, 542.044
86 (78): Daniel Berger, 528.939
87 (80): Joel Dahmen, 524.244
88 (88): Aaron Rai, 518.525
89 (91): Stephan Jaeger, 518.011
90 (81): Patrick Rodgers, 516.631
91 (82): Russell Knox, 514.094
92 (90): Adam Svensson, 510.51
93 (83): Kevin Streelman, 509.064
94 (84): Mark Hubbard, 507.807
95 (86): Peter Malnati, 500.658
96 (89): Danny Lee, 490.481
97 (103): Michael Thompson, 487.369
98 (95): Hayden Buckley, 474.182
99 (92): CT Pan, 472.605
100 (94): Justin Rose, 457.918
101 (100): Martin Laird, 441.853
102 (101): Sam Ryder, 438.983
103 (96): Vince Whaley, 438.098
104 (118): Tyler Duncan, 436.025
105 (97): Jhonattan Vegas, 427.643
106 (98): Nate Lashley, 426.516
107 (108): James Hahn, 417.967
108 (109): Greyson Sigg, 415.21
109 (112): Robert Streb, 412.545
110 (102): Scott Piercy, 410.307
111 (104): Callum Tarren, 404.962
112 (105): Max McGreevy, 404.357
113 (106): Chesson Hadley, 403.776
114 (111): Nick Watney, 387.434
115 (113): Jason Day, 384.805
116 (114): Doug Ghim, 384.687
117 (115): Stewart Cink, 376.103
118 (116): Kevin Tway, 361.331
119 (117): Ryan Brehm, 359.199
120 (119): Matthias Schwab, 352.546
121 (120): Patton Kizzire, 350.841
122 (122): Webb Simpson, 346.19
123 (125): Rickie Fowler, 339.797
124 (123): Nick Taylor, 333.548
125 (124): Kramer Hickok, 328.084

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OUT OF THE FEDEX CUP PLAYOFFS
126 (124): Matt Wallace, 315.82
127 (125): Austin Smotherman, 314.597
128 (128): Justin Lower, 311.472
129 (136): Doc Redman, 303.929
130 (127): Danny Willett, 303.5
131 (131): Kelly Kraft, 288.816
132 (129): Nick Hardy, 288.28
133 (130): Cameron Champ, 287.5
134 (137): Brian Stuard, 284.837
135 (132): Michael Gligic, 283.301
136 (138): Harry Higgs, 272.45
137 (133): Francesco Molinari, 272.347
138 (135): Martin Trainer, 270.293
139 (134): Erik van Rooyen, 268.764
140 (142): Zach Johnson, 245.515
141 (140): Rory Sabbatini, 243.723
142 (139): Hank Lebioda, 241.485
143 (158): Cameron Percy, 239.808
144 (145): Henrik Norlander, 234.9
145 (141): Andrew Novak, 233.341
146 (143): Garrick Higgo, 228.696
147 (144): Brice Garnett, 227.967
148 (146): Jonathan Byrd, 223.135
149 (147): Austin Cook, 212.938
150 (148): Charley Hoffman, 207.235
151 (149): Bubba Watson, 199.056
152 (150): Ben Martin, 196.8
153 (154): Satoshi Kodaira, 196.622
154 (151): Bill Haas, 194.007
155 (152): Andrew Landry, 191.25
156 (153): Ryan Armour, 186.287
157 (155): Dylan Wu, 175.228
158 (156): Chase Seiffert, 173.138
159 (159): Luke Donald, 169.854
160 (157): Paul Barjon, 168.257
161 (176): Richy Werenski, 163.345
162 (160): Sung Kang, 162.982
163 (161): Joseph Bramlett, 161.895
164 (167): Vaughn Taylor, 158.217
165 (162): Scott Gutschewski, 158.187
166 (163): Seth Reeves, 151.581
167 (164): Roger Sloan, 150.818
168 (169): Ben Kohles, 146.029
169 (165): Sean O’Hair, 145.542
170 (166): William McGirt, 144.179
171 (168): Brandt Snedeker, 140.732
172 (170): Kevin Chappell, 138.946
173 (171): Curtis Thompson, 135.85
174 (183): Ryan Moore, 129.657
175 (172): Seung-Yul Noh, 128.025
176 (173): Camilo Villegas, 126.887
177 (174): Jim Knous, 125.242
178 (197): Kiradech Aphibarnrat, 121.699
179 (175): Tyler McCumber, 113.05
180 (179): Scott Brown, 111.449
181 (177): Brandon Hagy, 105.9
182 (178): Tommy Gainey, 105.45
183 (186): Bo Hoag, 97.58
184 (180): Aaron Baddeley, 95.749
185 (181): David Skinns, 94.155
186 (182): Harris English, 91.427
187 (184): Brian Gay, 90.321
188 (185): Wesley Bryan, 90.056
189 (187): Michael Kim, 83.626
190 (188): Jimmy Walker, 82.903
191 (193): Jared Wolfe, 81.36
192 (189): Bronson Burgoon, 80.3
193 (190): Kyle Stanley, 80.232
194 (191): David Lingmerth, 80.069
195 (192): Robert Garrigus, 78.902
196 (194): Dawie van der Walt, 78.096
197 (195): Jim Herman, 76.468
198 (196): Grayson Murray, 70.302
199 (198): Bo Van Pelt, 69.038
200 (199): Jason Dufner, 58.757
201 (200): Jonas Blixt, 49.679
202 (201): Joshua Creel, 47.871
203 (202): Chris Stroud, 44.252
204 (205): Brett Drewitt, 42.317
205 (203): Mark Hensby, 39.611
206 (204): Ricky Barnes, 39.086
207 (206): Greg Chalmers, 32.112
208 (207): David Hearn, 28.215
209 (208): Fabián Gómez, 19.772
210 (209): D.A. Points, 12.805
211 (210): Padraig Harrington, 11.957
212 (211): Jim Furyk, 11.75
213 (212): Johnson Wagner, 11.7
214 (213): Tiger Woods, 11.333
215 (214): D.J. Trahan, 11.012
216 (215): Ben Crane, 10.189
217 (216): J.J. Henry, 9.306
218 (217): Derek Ernst, 9.213
219 (218): Sangmoon Bae, 8.567
220 (219): Arjun Atwal, 5.289
T-221 (T-220): Paul Goydos, 4.9
T-221 (T-220): George McNeill, 4.9
223 (222): Richard Johnson, 4.605
224 (223): John Merrick, 3.62
225 (224): Omar Uresti, 3.5
226 (225): Davis Love III, 3.4
227 (226): John Senden, 3.3
228 (227): Jay Haas, 2.75
229 (228): Brian Davis, 2.738
230 (229): Kevin Stadler, 2.489
231 (230): Ryuji Imada, 2.3
231 (231): Matt Every, 1.867

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