FedEx Cup standings 2013: Rose moves into Top 10, but Woods still No. 1

Justin Rose's Win at the 2013 Us Open
Justin Rose’s win at the 2013 U.S. Open moved him up in the FedEx Cup standings, but Tiger Woods remains on top despite a poor showing at Merion.

Justin Rose made a big move up the 2013 FedEx Cup standings thanks to his win at the U.S. Open on Sunday. This week, he checks in at No. 6 with the addition of 600 points in the standings after entering the weekend at No. 30. Jason Day also jumped into the Top 10 to No. 9 thanks to his second-place finish at Merion. As a result, Keegan Bradley and D.A. Points were dropped from the Top 10.

Tiger Woods remains at No. 1 overall despite his poor showing at the U.S. Open. Unsurprisingly, everybody in the Top 10 made up ground, though Matt Kuchar remains the only golfer who can theoretically surpass Woods in a single weekend.

Phil Mickelson didn’t get his U.S. Open win, but he did move up a spot in the standings. He checks in at No. 4 overall after his valiant effort at Merion, passing Billy Horschel.

2013 PGA FedEx Cup Season Points Leaders
Rank Player Points Tournaments Wins Top 10s Pts Behind
1 Tiger Woods 2,380 9 4 5
2 Matt Kuchar 1,964 15 2 6 416
3 Brandt Snedeker 1,528 13 1 6 852
4 Phil Mickelson 1,518 13 1 5 862
5 Billy Horschel 1,413 16 1 7 967
6 Justin Rose 1,301 9 1 5 1,079
7 Kevin Streelman 1,234 16 1 5 1,146
8 Boo Weekley 1,154 17 1 4 1,226
9 Jason Day 1,101 13 0 5 1,279
10 Adam Scott 999 8 1 3 1,381

 

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