PGA Tour FedEx Cup Standings: The Top 70 heading into the BMW Championship

Tony Finau hits the front in the race for the FedEx Cup ahead of this week's 70-man BMW Championship at Caves Valley GC. 

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Tue, 24 Aug 2021
PGA Tour FedEx Cup Standings: The Top 70 heading into the BMW Championship

Tony Finau vaulted to the top of the FedEx Cup standings after landing his second career PGA Tour title more than five years after his first with playoff victory over Cameron Smith at the Northern Trust on Monday. 

Finau now leads the race for the PGA Tour's most lucrative trophy and huge pot of gold with 3,348 points, which is more than 500 points ahead of World No.1 Jon Rahm, who stumbled badly on the closing holes to finish two shots back in third at Liberty National. 

Smith takes consolation from his runner-up finish by moving into third in the FedEx Cup standings, with Patrick Cantlay and Justin Thomas rounding out the top five - the latter whom is going for his second FedEx Cup having won it in 2017. 

At the other end of the standings, US PGA champion Phil Mickelson made it on the number in 70th place, squeezing in just 19 points ahead of Matthew Wolff, who recently opened up about his mental health struggles on the circuit. 

English trio Tyrrell Hatton, Matt Fitzparick and Ian Poulter all narrowly missed out on making the grade, but they will now all be setting their sights on strong performances in the European Tour's flagship event of the season at the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth in two weeks time as they look to play their way into the European Ryder Cup team at the end of September. 

FEDEX CUP TOP 70 HEADING INTO THE BMW CHAMPIONSHIP

1. Tony Finau
2. Jon Rahm
3. Cam Smith
4. Patrick Cantlay
5. Justin Thomas
6. Collin Morikawa
7. Jordan Spieth
8. Harris English
9. Bryson DeChambeau
10. Abraham Ancer
11. Louis Oosthuizen
12. Sam Burns
13. Xander Schauffele
14. Viktor Hovland
15. Brooks Koepka
16. Hideki Matsuyama
17. Jason Kokrak
18. Kevin Na
19. Stewart Cink
20. Corey Conners
21. Joaquin Niemann
22. Dustin Johnson
23. Daniel Berger
24. Scottie Scheffler
25. Sungjae Im
26. Patrick Reed
27. Billy Horschel
28. Rory McIlroy
29. Charley Hoffman
30. Max Homa
31. Kevin Kisner
32. Keegan Bradley
33. Si Woo Kim
34. Cameron Tringale
35. Marc Leishman
36. Cam Davis
37. K.H.Lee
38. Carlos Ortiz
39. Brian Harman
40. Hudson Swafford
41. Lucas Glover
42. Matt Jones
43. Alex Noren
44. Sergio Garcia
45. Erik van Rooyen
46. Lee Westwood
47. Shane Lowry
48. Tom Hoge
49. Cam Champ
50. Russell Henley
51. Branden Grace
52. Webb Simpson
53. Maverick McNealy
54. Paul Casey
55. Emiliano Grillo
56. Harold Varner III
57. Robert Streb
58. Aaron Wise
59. Sebastian Munoz
60. Chris Kirk
61. Jhonattan Vegas
62. Charl Schwartzel
63. Keith Mitchell
64. Kevin Streelman
65. Mackenzie Hughes
66. Patton Kizzire
67. Talor Gooch
68. Ryan Palmer
69.Harry Higgs
70. Phil Mickelson

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