2013 FedEx Cup points standings: Adam Scott rockets up after Masters win

Andrew Redington

Adam Scott jumped up to No. 4 on the 2013 FedEx Cup points standings after his big win at the Masters on Sunday. Tiger Woods still holds the top spot after finishing fourth at Augusta.

Adam Scott shot up the FedEx Cup points standings after winning the 2013 Masters at Augusta in a sudden-death playoff on Sunday. He earned 600 points to move from No. 67 to No. 4 on the list, 870 points back from current leader Tiger Woods. Woods gained a bit of breathing room from second-place Brandt Snedeker, after finishing fourth to Snedeker's sixth at Augusta.

Scott rise up the leaderboard caused several names to shift down a spot in the Top 10. Kevin Streelman fell three spots, from No. 5 to No. 8, after failing to make the cut at Augusta.

Sunday's second place finisher, Angel Cabrera, moved up to No. 27 from No. 119 on the standings. Jason moved to No. 12 from No. 24 with his third-place finish at the Masters.

Here's the top 10 as of April 14:

Top 10 Previous Golfer Points Back Events Wins Top 10s
1 1 Woods, Tiger
6 3 4
2 2 Snedeker, Brandt 353 8 1 5
3 3 Kuchar, Matt 704 9 1 4
4 67 Scott, Adam 870 5 1 3
5 4 Mickelson, Phil 927 9 1 2
6 6 Johnson, Dustin 930 10 1 2
7 7 Stricker, Steve 945 5 0 3
8 5 Streelman, Kevin 988 10 1 2
9 8 Howell III, Charles 996 10 0 4
10 9 Mahan, Hunter 1,048 10 0 2


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