FedEx Cup 2013 field: Tiger Woods tops 125 golfers through to PGA Tour's playoffs

Andrew Redington

Unlike the previous six years, the final week of the regular season on the PGA Tour did not affect the 2013 FedExCup playoff field, which is led by Tiger Woods.

With the conclusion of the Wyndham Championship Sunday night, the 2013 PGA Tour regular season is now complete and the race to get into the FedExCup Playoffs is closed. But last week's event in Greensboro did not impact the standings, and for the first time in the six-hear history of this playoff format, not a single player broke into the top 125 in the standings at that historic stop in North Carolina.

Ben Crane, who missed the cut at the Wyndham, is the last man in thanks to Robert Streb, who did make the cut but was one shot short of a finish that would have landed him an invite to The Barclays. Crane started the final regular season event at No. 124 in the standings, and an MC likely meant he was out. But no one on the other side of the 125-line could make the jump up, including name players and former major winners like David Toms, Vijay Singh, and Padraig Harrington. Patrick Reed, who earned his first career Tour win on Sunday night, jumped 56 spots up to No. 22 in the standings.

In the previous six years of the race for the FedExCup, at least one (and as many as five) player has moved off the bubble in the final event of the regular season. The biggest jump up the standings occurred in 2009, when Heath Slocum, who played at Greensboro as No. 124, moved all the way up to third by winning the first playoff tournament at Liberty National.

That new Tom Kite design will be the host again this week, as the field gets trimmed from 125 to 100 at The Barclays. Based on the past six years, PGATour.com estimates that a player will need to push up around the 520-point threshold in order to land in the top 100 and advance to the Deutsche Bank Championship in Boston. From there, the field gets cut to the top 70 for the BMW Championship and then only the top 30 move on to Atlanta for the Tour Championship and a potential $10 million total playoff prize.

Fortunately for the Tour and golf fans, the biggest names, such as Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, will safely move through all four events because of their work throughout the year. Woods, who has won the FedExCup twice (2007, 2009), is firmly entrenched in the top spot of the standings thanks to his five-win season so far.

Here are the top 125 who will tee it up at The Barclays, as well as the next 25 who just missed out on this year's playoffs:

This Week Last Week Player Points
1 1 Tiger Woods 3059
2 2 Matt Kuchar 2293
3 3 Brandt Snedeker 2218
4 4 Phil Mickelson 2166
5 6 Bill Haas 1505
6 5 Billy Horschel 1487
7 7 Justin Rose 1447
8 16 Jordan Spieth 1436
9 8 Henrik Stenson 1426
10 9 Keegan Bradley 1416
11 10 Adam Scott 1347
12 12 Boo Weekley 1335
13 11 Kevin Streelman 1333
14 13 Jason Day 1284
15 14 Jason Dufner 1256
16 15 Dustin Johnson 1226
17 18 Webb Simpson 1188
18 23 Zach Johnson 1141
19 17 Harris English 1134
20 19 Steve Stricker 1117
21 20 Hunter Mahan 1101
22 78 Patrick Reed 1062
23 21 Jim Furyk 1057
24 22 Russell Henley 1048
25 24 D.A. Points 1038
26 25 Jimmy Walker 996
27 26 Charles Howell III 996
28 27 Graeme McDowell 941
29 28 Jonas Blixt 912
30 29 John Merrick 909
31 31 Chris Kirk 904
32 30 Ken Duke 902
33 32 Charl Schwartzel 871
34 33 Graham DeLaet 856
35 34 Lee Westwood 856
36 39 Sang-Moon Bae 838
37 51 Matt Jones 836
38 35 Bubba Watson 830
39 36 Michael Thompson 828
40 37 Angel Cabrera 826
41 38 Roberto Castro 823
42 40 Rickie Fowler 822
43 41 Scott Stallings 816
44 42 Martin Laird 809
45 43 David Lingmerth 806
46 44 Ryan Palmer 801
47 48 Chris Stroud 800
48 45 Charley Hoffman 793
49 46 Rory McIlroy 777
50 47 Scott Piercy 773
51 49 Brendon de Jonge 769
52 50 Brian Gay 744
53 52 David Hearn 728
54 53 David Lynn 716
55 54 Luke Donald 707
56 61 Tim Clark 703
57 55 John Rollins 696
58 56 Kevin Chappell 689
59 66 Sergio Garcia 684
60 57 Gary Woodland 683
61 58 Josh Teater 682
62 68 K.J. Choi 666
63 59 Nick Watney 663
64 60 Kyle Stanley 662
65 91 John Huh 661
66 62 Freddie Jacobson 659
67 63 Cameron Tringale 654
68 64 Ryan Moore 653
69 65 Marc Leishman 648
70 67 Ian Poulter 645
71 69 Brian Davis 622
72 70 Luke Guthrie 607
73 83 Robert Garrigus 601
74 71 Derek Ernst 598
75 72 Daniel Summerhays 594
76 73 Scott Brown 588
77 74 Nicholas Thompson 585
78 75 Brian Stuard 583
79 79 Jerry Kelly 580
80 115 Brian Harman 578
81 90 Brendan Steele 574
82 86 Ernie Els 571
83 76 Stewart Cink 568
84 77 Richard Lee 565
85 96 Rory Sabbatini 553
86 92 Martin Flores 552
87 80 Kevin Stadler 547
88 103 Matt Every 545
89 81 Pat Perez 544
90 82 Bo Van Pelt 542
91 89 Justin Leonard 536
92 84 William McGirt 533
93 85 James Driscoll 524
94 104 Bob Estes 523
95 87 Jason Kokrak 521
96 88 Ted Potter, Jr. 518
97 93 J.J. Henry 516
98 101 Bryce Molder 504
99 97 Geoff Ogilvy 492
100 102 Jeff Overton 484
101 94 James Hahn 480
102 95 Mark Wilson 476
103 112 Martin Kaymer 474
104 117 Charlie Beljan 459
105 114 John Senden 458
106 98 Jason Bohn 454
107 99 Lucas Glover 454
108 108 Jeff Maggert 453
109 100 Justin Hicks 451
110 116 Camilo Villegas 450
111 105 Morgan Hoffmann 444
112 106 Chez Reavie 439
113 107 Carl Pettersson 439
114 109 D.H. Lee 432
115 110 Andres Romero 430
116 111 Johnson Wagner 430
117 113 Erik Compton 422
118 119 Charlie Wi 401
119 118 Aaron Baddeley 401
120 125 Steven Bowditch 400
121 120 George McNeill 399
122 122 Greg Chalmers 395
123 123 Stuart Appleby 395
124 121 Scott Langley 386
125 124 Ben Crane 369
Missed 2013 FedExCup Playoffs
126 133 Robert Streb 359
127 126 Peter Hanson 356
128 127 Nicolas Colsaerts 353
129 128 Brad Fritsch 350
130 129 Padraig Harrington 345
131 130 Bud Cauley 343
132 139 Ricky Barnes 342
133 131 Fabian Gomez 339
134 134 Greg Owen 336
135 136 Shawn Stefani 333
136 132 Chad Campbell 330
137 135 Woody Austin 326
138 145 David Toms 326
139 149 Jim Herman 325
140 137 Tommy Gainey 324
141 151 Ryo Ishikawa 298
142 138 Tag Ridings 295
143 148 Trevor Immelman 295
144 140 Dicky Pride 293
145 154 Brendon Todd 293
146 141 Vijay Singh 291
147 146 Doug LaBelle II 290
148 142 Ben Kohles 286
149 143 Brandt Jobe 283
150 144 Justin Bolli 278

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