2013 FedEx Cup Playoffs

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2013 FedEx Cup Playoffs
Tournament information
DatesAugust 22 – September 22, 2013
LocationLiberty National Golf Club
TPC Boston
Conway Farms Golf Club
East Lake Golf Club
Tour(s)PGA Tour
Statistics
Field125 for The Barclays
100 for Deutsche Bank
70 for BMW Championship
30 for Tour Championship
Prize fund$35,000,000 bonus money
Winner's share$10,000,000 bonus money
Champion
Sweden Henrik Stenson
4,750 points
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The 2013 FedEx Cup Playoffs, the series of four golf tournaments that determined the season champion on the U.S.-based PGA Tour, were played from August 22 to September 22. It included the following four events:

These were the seventh FedEx Cup playoffs since their inception in 2007.

The point distributions can be seen here.

Regular season rankings[edit]

# Player Country Points Events
1 Tiger Woods  United States 3,059 12
2 Matt Kuchar  United States 2,293 19
3 Brandt Snedeker  United States 2,218 19
4 Phil Mickelson  United States 2,166 17
5 Bill Haas  United States 1,505 21
6 Billy Horschel  United States 1,487 22
7 Justin Rose  England 1,447 13
8 Jordan Spieth  United States 1,436 19
9 Henrik Stenson  Sweden 1,426 14
10 Keegan Bradley  United States 1,416 21

The Barclays[edit]

The Barclays was played August 22–25. Of the 125 players eligible to play in the event, two did not enter: Zach Johnson (ranked 18) and Steve Stricker (20).[1] Of the 123 entrants, 74 made the second-round cut at 142 (E).

Adam Scott won by one stroke over Graham DeLaet, Justin Rose, Gary Woodland, and Tiger Woods and moved from 11th place to second place in the standings.[2] The top 100 players in the points standings advanced to the Deutsche Bank Championship. This included five players who were outside the top 100 prior to The Barclays: Martin Kaymer (ranked 103rd to 90th), Camilo Villegas (110 to 100), Erik Compton (117 to 94), Greg Chalmers (122 to 93), and Stuart Appleby (123 to 96). Five players started the tournament within the top 100 but ended the tournament outside the top 100, ending their playoff chances: James Driscoll (ranked 93rd to 103rd), Ted Potter, Jr. (96 to 105), J. J. Henry (97 to 106), Geoff Ogilvy (99 to 104), and Jeff Overton (100 to 108).[3]

FedEx Cup rank
# Player Country Score To par Winnings ($) After Before
1 Adam Scott  Australia 69-66-72-66=273 −11 1,440,000 2 11
T2 Graham DeLaet  Canada 67-73-69-65=274 −10 528,000 7 34
Justin Rose  England 68-68-70-68=274 5 7
Gary Woodland  United States 69-64-68-73=274 10 60
Tiger Woods  United States 67-69-69-69=274 1 1
T6 Jim Furyk  United States 70-66-70-69=275 −9 268,000 14 23
Phil Mickelson  United States 71-69-70-65=275 3 4
D. A. Points  United States 70-72-66-67=275 15 25
T9 Matt Every  United States 67-72-69-68=276 −8 208,000 46 88
Rickie Fowler  United States 71-64-71-70=276 23 42
Jason Kokrak  United States 70-69-70-67=276 50 95
Nick Watney  United States 68-70-69-69=276 35 63
  • Par 71 course

Deutsche Bank Championship[edit]

The Deutsche Bank Championship was played August 30 – September 2. All 100 players eligible to play in the event did so. 76 made the second-round cut at one-under-par, 141.

Henrik Stenson won by two strokes over Steve Stricker and moved into first place in the standings. The top 70 players in the points standings advanced to the BMW Championship. This included seven players who were outside the top 70 prior to the Deutsche Bank Championship: Kevin Stadler (75 to 32), Brian Davis (80 to 49), Ian Poulter (77 to 52), Marc Leishman (76 to 58), Nicholas Thompson (73 to 59), Brendan Steele (89 to 69), and Ernie Els (91 to 70). Seven players started the tournament within the top 70 but ended the tournament outside the top 70, ending their playoff chances: Ryan Palmer (60 to 71), Fredrik Jacobson (61 to 72), Martin Laird (63 to 74), David Lingmerth (64 to 75), Kyle Stanley (66 to 77), Cameron Tringale (69 to 79), and Tim Clark (70 to 80).

FedEx Cup rank
# Player Country Score To par Winnings ($) After Before
1 Henrik Stenson  Sweden 67-63-66-66=262 −22 1,440,000 1 13
2 Steve Stricker  United States 66-68-63-67=264 −20 864,000 8 28
3 Graham DeLaet  Canada 67-68-62-69=266 −18 544,000 5 7
T4 Sergio García  Spain 65-64-65-73=267 −17 315,000 24 55
Matt Kuchar  United States 66-66-69-66=267 4 4
Jordan Spieth  United States 67-66-72-62=267 10 9
Kevin Stadler  United States 64-71-64-68=267 32 75
8 Brian Davis  England 63-72-66-67=268 −16 248,000 49 80
T9 Roberto Castro  United States 65-65-68-71=269 −15 208,000 25 34
Brendon de Jonge  Zimbabwe 69-65-69-66=269 26 38
Jason Dufner  United States 66-66-66-71=269 13 19
Ian Poulter  England 66-68-66-69=269 52 77
  • Par 71 course

BMW Championship[edit]

The BMW Championship was played September 12–16, after a one-week break. All 70 players eligible to play in the event did so. There was no cut. The tournament was scheduled to end on September 15 but the final round could not be completed on Sunday due to rain and finished on Monday.

Zach Johnson won by two strokes over Nick Watney. Two players played their way into the Tour Championship: Watney (ranked 34 to ranked 12) and Luke Donald (54 to 29). Two players played their way out of the Tour Championship: Harris English (28 to 31) and Lee Westwood (30 to 41).[4]

The top 30 players in FedEx Cup points after this event advanced to the Tour Championship and also earned spots in the 2014 Masters Tournament, U.S. Open, and (British) Open Championship.

With the FedEx Cup points reset after the BMW Championship, all 30 remaining players had at least a mathematical chance to secure the season crown, and any of the top five players could claim the FedEx Cup with a win in the Tour Championship.

FedEx Cup rank
# Player Country Score To par Winnings ($) After Before
1 Zach Johnson  United States 64-70-69-65=268 −16 1,440,000 4 27
2 Nick Watney  United States 67-69-70-64=270 −14 864,000 12 34
3 Jim Furyk  United States 72-59-69-71=271 −13 544,000 11 15
T4 Jason Day  Australia 71-66-70-66=273 −11 315,000 14 12
Luke Donald  England 70-70-67-66=273 29 54
Hunter Mahan  United States 68-73-65-67=273 15 18
Steve Stricker  United States 66-71-64-72=273 6 8
T8 Matt Jones  Australia 69-71-67-67=274 −10 232,000 32 51
Charl Schwartzel  South Africa 66-70-69-69=274 23 29
Brandt Snedeker  United States 63-68-71-72=274 10 9
  • Par 71 course

Reset points[edit]

The points were reset after the BMW Championship.

# Player Country Points Reset points Events
1 Tiger Woods  United States 4,352 2,500 15
2 Henrik Stenson  Sweden 4,229 2,250 17
3 Adam Scott  Australia 4,122 2,000 15
4 Zach Johnson  United States 3,843 1,800 23
5 Matt Kuchar  United States 3,330 1,600 22
6 Steve Stricker  United States 3,180 1,400 12
7 Graham DeLaet  Canada 3,011 1,200 25
8 Phil Mickelson  United States 2,939 1,000 20
9 Justin Rose  England 2,842 800 16
10 Brandt Snedeker  United States 2,726 600 22

Tour Championship[edit]

The Tour Championship was played September 19–22. All 30 golfers who qualified for the tournament played, and there was no cut. Henrik Stenson won the tournament by three shots over Jordan Spieth and Steve Stricker, and the FedEx Cup.

FedEx Cup rank
# Player Country Score To par Winnings ($) After Before
1 Henrik Stenson  Sweden 64-66-69-68=267 −13 1,440,000 1 2
T2 Jordan Spieth  United States 68-67-71-64=270 −10 708,000 7 13
Steve Stricker  United States 66-71-68-65=270 3 6
4 Webb Simpson  United States 68-71-69-63=271 −9 384,000 11 21
5 Dustin Johnson  United States 68-68-67-69=272 −8 320,000 13 30
6 Justin Rose  England 68-68-70-67=273 −7 288,000 10 9
T7 Billy Horschel  United States 66-70-70-68=274 −6 264,000 16 22
Zach Johnson  United States 69-68-69-68=274 5 4
T9 Roberto Castro  United States 67-71-72-65=275 −5 227,733 21 24
Jason Dufner  United States 74-70-66-65=275 19 20
Sergio García  Spain 68-71-69-67=275 22 25
  • Par 70 course

Final leaderboard[edit]

# Player Country Points Winnings ($)
1 Henrik Stenson  Sweden 4,750 10,000,000
2 Tiger Woods  United States 2,743 3,000,000
3 Steve Stricker  United States 2,650 2,000,000
4 Adam Scott  Australia 2,278 1,500,000
5 Zach Johnson  United States 2,238 1,000,000
6 Matt Kuchar  United States 1,823 800,000
7 Jordan Spieth  United States 1,690 700,000
8 Graham DeLaet  Canada 1,415 600,000
9 Phil Mickelson  United States 1,313 550,000
10 Justin Rose  England 1,300 500,000

For the full list see here.

Table of qualifying players[edit]

Table key:

  Win
  Top-10 finish
  Did not advance to next tournament
  Played way into next tournament
Player Pre-Playoffs The Barclays Deutsche Bank BMW Champ. Reset
points
Tour Champ.
Points Rank Finish Rank after Finish Rank after Finish Rank after Finish Final rank
United States Tiger Woods 3,059 1 T2 1 T65 2 T11 1 2,500 T22 2
United States Matt Kuchar 2,293 2 T19 4 T4 4 T24 5 1,600 T26 6
United States Brandt Snedeker 2,218 3 CUT 6 T47 9 T8 10 600 T20 12
United States Phil Mickelson 2,166 4 T6 3 T41 6 T33 8 1,000 T12 9
United States Bill Haas 1,505 5 T25 8 CUT 17 T28 18 340 T24 24
United States Billy Horschel* 1,487 6 CUT 17 T70 22 T18 22 290 T7 16
England Justin Rose 1,447 7 T2 5 T16 7 T33 9 800 6 10
United States Jordan Spieth* 1,436 8 T19 9 T4 10 T16 13 440 T2 7
Sweden Henrik Stenson 1,426 9 T43 13 1 1 T33 2 2,250 1 1
United States Keegan Bradley 1,416 10 T33 11 T16 11 T16 16 380 T12 18
Australia Adam Scott 1,347 11 1 2 T53 3 T28 3 2,000 T14 4
United States Boo Weekley 1,335 12 T58 20 T35 19 T54 26 250 30 29
United States Kevin Streelman 1,333 13 T19 12 T41 16 T33 19 320 T24 25
Australia Jason Day 1,284 14 T25 16 T13 12 T4 14 420 T14 17
United States Jason Dufner 1,256 15 T37 19 T9 13 T54 20 310 T9 19
United States Dustin Johnson 1,226 16 CUT 22 T27 23 T62 30 210 5 13
United States Webb Simpson 1,188 17 T15 18 T53 20 T24 21 300 4 11
United States Zach Johnson 1,141 18 DNP 25 T27 27 1 4 1,800 T7 5
United States Harris English 1,134 19 CUT 26 T27 28 50 31 31
United States Steve Stricker 1,117 20 DNP 28 2 8 T4 6 1,400 T2 3
United States Hunter Mahan 1,101 21 T25 21 T13 18 T4 15 400 T20 20
United States Patrick Reed* 1,062 22 CUT 32 T70 47 T59 54 54
United States Jim Furyk 1,057 23 T6 14 T27 15 3 11 480 T14 14
United States Russell Henley* 1,048 24 CUT 33 T62 43 T39 44 44
United States D. A. Points 1,038 25 T6 15 CUT 21 T57 28 230 T26 30
United States Jimmy Walker 996 26 T54 30 CUT 45 T11 36 36
United States Charles Howell III 996 27 T33 24 T53 31 T39 35 35
Northern Ireland Graeme McDowell 941 28 CUT 44 T47 48 T57 55 55
Sweden Jonas Blixt 912 29 T58 41 T53 50 T51 52 52
United States John Merrick 909 30 T50 39 T53 44 T18 39 39
United States Chris Kirk 904 31 CUT 47 T16 37 T24 34 34
United States Ken Duke 902 32 CUT 48 CUT 61 T65 67 67
South Africa Charl Schwartzel 871 33 T25 29 T22 29 T8 23 280 29 27
Canada Graham DeLaet 856 34 T2 7 3 5 T28 7 1,200 28 8
England Lee Westwood 856 35 T25 31 T27 30 67 41 41
South Korea Bae Sang-moon 838 36 CUT 57 CUT 67 T54 69 69
Australia Matt Jones 836 37 T33 37 CUT 51 T8 32 32
United States Bubba Watson 830 38 T13 27 T67 40 T24 37 37
United States Michael Thompson 828 39 CUT 58 T53 63 T62 66 66
Argentina Ángel Cabrera 826 40 CUT 59 76 68 T44 65 65
United States Roberto Castro 823 41 T25 34 T9 25 15 24 270 T9 21
United States Rickie Fowler 822 42 T9 23 CUT 36 T39 38 38
United States Scott Stallings 816 43 CUT 62 T35 55 T69 63 63
Scotland Martin Laird 809 44 T72 63 CUT 74 74
Sweden David Lingmerth* 806 45 WD 64 CUT 75 75
United States Ryan Palmer 801 46 T66 60 CUT 71 71
United States Chris Stroud 800 47 T33 40 T35 39 T51 43 43
United States Charley Hoffman 793 48 70 65 T27 53 68 61 61
Northern Ireland Rory McIlroy 777 49 T19 36 T47 41 T59 50 50
United States Scott Piercy 773 50 T43 49 T13 35 T69 49 49
Zimbabwe Brendon de Jonge 769 51 T19 38 T9 26 T18 27 240 T18 26
United States Brian Gay 744 52 T43 51 T27 46 T65 57 57
Canada David Hearn 728 53 T72 67 T35 62 T28 56 56
England David Lynn* 716 54 T19 42 CUT 56 23 48 48
England Luke Donald 707 55 T41 54 T41 54 T4 29 220 T18 28
South Africa Tim Clark 703 56 CUT 70 CUT 80 80
United States John Rollins 696 57 CUT 71 CUT 81 81
United States Kevin Chappell 689 58 T15 43 T22 33 T62 45 45
Spain Sergio García 684 59 T37 55 T4 24 T18 25 260 T9 22
United States Gary Woodland 683 60 T2 10 T41 14 T18 17 360 T22 23
United States Josh Teater 682 61 T72 72 T62 78 78
South Korea K. J. Choi 666 62 T68 74 T41 73 73
United States Nick Watney 663 63 T9 35 T35 34 2 12 460 T14 15
United States Kyle Stanley 662 64 T50 66 CUT 77 77
United States John Huh 661 65 T15 45 T22 38 49 42 42
Sweden Fredrik Jacobson 659 66 T37 61 CUT 72 72
United States Cameron Tringale 654 67 T58 69 T67 79 79
United States Ryan Moore 653 68 T25 53 75 65 T11 51 51
Australia Marc Leishman 648 69 71 76 T16 58 T39 59 59
England Ian Poulter 645 70 CUT 77 T9 52 T44 53 53
England Brian Davis 622 71 CUT 80 8 49 T33 47 47
United States Luke Guthrie* 607 72 CUT 81 CUT 90 90
United States Robert Garrigus 601 73 CUT 82 CUT 91 91
United States Derek Ernst* 598 74 CUT 83 CUT 93 93
United States Daniel Summerhays 594 75 T15 52 T22 42 T28 40 40
United States Scott Brown* 588 76 T62 79 CUT 88 88
United States Nicholas Thompson 585 77 T50 73 T22 59 T44 60 60
United States Brian Stuard* 583 78 CUT 84 T67 92 92
United States Jerry Kelly 580 79 CUT 87 T53 85 85
United States Brian Harman 578 80 CUT 88 CUT 94 94
United States Brendan Steele 574 81 CUT 89 T20 69 61 70 70
South Africa Ernie Els 571 82 CUT 91 T20 70 T51 68 68
United States Stewart Cink 568 83 T68 85 T27 76 76
United States Richard H. Lee* 565 84 CUT 92 T73 96 96
South Africa Rory Sabbatini 553 85 T13 56 T53 60 T11 46 46
United States Martin Flores 552 86 T54 78 CUT 87 87
United States Kevin Stadler 547 87 T43 75 T4 32 T33 33 33
United States Matt Every 545 88 T9 46 T62 57 T39 58 58
United States Pat Perez 544 89 CUT 95 T70 98 98
United States Bo Van Pelt 542 90 CUT 97 T53 89 89
United States Justin Leonard 536 91 CUT 98 T47 86 86
United States William McGirt 533 92 CUT 99 CUT 100 100
United States James Driscoll 524 93 CUT 103 103
United States Bob Estes 523 94 T58 86 T47 83 83
United States Jason Kokrak* 521 95 T9 50 T73 64 T44 62 62
United States Ted Potter, Jr. 518 96 CUT 105 105
United States J. J. Henry 516 97 CUT 106 106
United States Bryce Molder 504 98 T25 68 T41 66 T44 64 64
Australia Geoff Ogilvy 492 99 65 104 104
United States Jeff Overton 484 100 T66 108 108
United States James Hahn* 480 101 CUT 110 110
United States Mark Wilson 476 102 CUT 111 111
Germany Martin Kaymer* 474 103 T50 90 T47 84 84
United States Charlie Beljan* 459 104 CUT 112 112
Australia John Senden 458 105 T62 109 109
United States Jason Bohn 454 106 CUT 113 113
United States Lucas Glover 454 107 WD 114 114
United States Jeff Maggert 453 108 CUT 115 115
United States Justin Hicks* 451 109 WD 116 116
Colombia Camilo Villegas 450 110 T54 100 T35 82 82
United States Morgan Hoffmann* 444 111 CUT 117 117
United States Chez Reavie 439 112 CUT 118 118
Sweden Carl Pettersson 439 113 T54 107 107
South Korea Lee Dong-hwan* 432 114 CUT 119 119
Argentina Andrés Romero 430 115 CUT 120 120
United States Johnson Wagner 430 116 CUT 121 121
United States Erik Compton* 422 117 T43 94 CUT 99 99
South Korea Charlie Wi 401 118 CUT 123 123
Australia Aaron Baddeley 401 119 T43 101 101
Australia Steven Bowditch 400 120 CUT 124 124
United States George McNeill 399 121 T43 102 102
Australia Greg Chalmers 395 122 T37 93 CUT 97 97
Australia Stuart Appleby 395 123 T41 96 T65 95 95
United States Scott Langley* 386 124 T62 122 122
United States Ben Crane 369 125 WD 125 125

* First-time Playoffs participant

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Zach, Stricker to miss Barclays". PGA Tour. August 15, 2013. Retrieved August 15, 2013.
  2. ^ "Adam Scott wins the Barclays". ESPN. Associated Press. August 25, 2013. Retrieved August 26, 2013.
  3. ^ "Five move into top 100 in FedExCup". PGA Tour. August 25, 2013. Retrieved August 26, 2013.
  4. ^ "Zach Johnson rallies to win BMW". ESPN. Associated Press. September 16, 2013. Retrieved September 16, 2013.

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