FedEx Cup points standings 2013: Keegan Bradley jumps into top 10

Tom Pennington

Keegan Bradley came up short at the Byron Nelson Championship, but his second-place showing launched him up the FedEx standings. Where is he ranked now?

Despite leading the first three rounds of the 2013 HP Byron Nelson Championship, Keegan Bradley shot a 2-over 72 on Sunday and finished two strokes behind winner Sang-Moon Bae. Bradley's second-place finish did manage to shoot him up the FedEx Cup standings, though, moving him from No. 20 to No. 8 on the leaderboard.

Bradley earned 300 points as the runner-up, giving him 974 total points for 2013. He now sits 1,366 points behind Tiger Woods, who is currently No. 1 on the list. Woods holds a commanding lead after winning four events so far this season.

For winning at TPC Four Seasons, Bae received 500 points and made a huge leap to No. 18 in the points standings. Aside from these two, the top of the leaderboard didn't see much movement. Charles Howell III moved from No. 12 to No. 10 after finishing tied for 17th in his 15th tournament played.

Here's the current top 10.

2013 PGA FedEx Cup Season Points Leaders
Rank Player Points Tournaments Wins Top 10s Pts Behind
1 Tiger Woods 2,340 7 4 5 ---
2 Brandt Snedeker 1,474 10 1 6 866
3 Kevin Streelman 1,234 13 1 5 1,106
4 Billy Horschel 1,205 13 1 5 1,135
5 Matt Kuchar 1,122 12 1 4 1,218
6 Phil Mickelson 1,003 11 1 3 1,337
7 D.A. Points 985 16 1 2 1,355
8 Keegan Bradley 974 14 0 6 1,366
9 Adam Scott 919 6 1 3 1,421
10 Charles Howell III 865 15 0 5 1,475

For the full FedEx Cup standings, click here.

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