Who are the top 30 in the FedEx Cup?


1 1 Scottie Scheffler
2 2 Sam Burns
3 5 Justin Thomas
4 15 Rory McIlroy

Who were the winners of the FedEx Cup?

United States
Patrick Cantlay
FedEx Cup/Latest winners

Who are the 30 players left in the FedEx Cup?

The 30 players headed to the Tour Championship and finale of the PGA Tour’s FedEx Cup playoffs

  • Patrick Cantlay (10 under)
  • Tony Finau (8 under)
  • Bryson DeChambeau (7 under)
  • Jon Rahm (6 under)
  • Cameron Smith (5 under)
  • Justin Thomas (4 under)
  • Harris English (4 under)
  • Abraham Ancer (4 under)

Who were the last 10 FedEx Cup winners?

List of FedEx Cup Winners

Year Winner Score/Points
2018 Justin Rose 2,260 pts
2017 Justin Thomas 3,000 pts
2016 Rory McIlroy 3,120 pts
2015 Jordan Spieth 3,800 pts

Did Jordan Spieth ever win the FedEx Cup?

Jordan Alexander Spieth (born July 27, 1993) is an American professional golfer on the PGA Tour and former world number one in the Official World Golf Ranking. He is a three-time major winner and the 2015 FedEx Cup champion.

Did Phil Mickelson make the cut at BMW?

Well, Lefty is at it again with the witty videos, but this time at the 2021 BMW Championship. Despite missing the cut last week at the Northern Trust, Mickelson finished at No.

Has Jordan Spieth ever won the FedEx Cup?

Did Tiger Woods ever win FedEx Cup?

Tiger Woods, 2007 (Even more ridiculously dominant) 1 player in the world for so long won the first FedEx Cup way back in 2007. And what a year it was for Tiger – he had 7 PGA Tour wins, 12 top-10s in 16 events, and he didn’t miss a cut. He also won two of the playoff events and a major (PGA Championship).

How many times did Tiger Woods win the FedEx Cup?

Tiger Woods has won 2 FedExCup Championships in his career so far. He is currently tied with Rory McIlroy for the most FedExCup championship wins with two victories.

Why did Mickelson withdraw?

Mickelson was still in the middle of time away from the game amid the backlash of his comments about the Saudi Arabian-based LIV tour and his support for that tour despite the backers being “scary” and murdering journalists, in Mickelson’s own words.

Who dropped out BMW Championship?

No Patrick Reed Patrick Reed, who withdrew from the Northern Trust last week, will not compete in the BMW Championship after being hospitalized with bilateral pneumonia, meaning the field is down to 69 players.

What did Mickelson say about Saudi Arabia?

Mickelson told Shipnuck that he knew that the Saudis were engaging in “sportswashing,” or using athletics to change the narrative about the country’s human rights violations. “They’re scary motherfuckers to get involved with,” Mickelson said.