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FedEx Cup points update – Who is OUT after two rounds?

Written by: Tony Korologos | Date: Wednesday, September 7th, 2011
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FedEx Cup LogoYesterday I posted a table of players who made it into the next round (3) of the FedEx Cup playoffs. Today we are looking at the rest of the top 150–the 80 players who did NOT make it into the BMW Championship or round three of the playoffs. There are some surprisingly big names in this list, Tiger Woods of course being the biggest. Poor Kevin Na missed it by literally a hair, 10 points.  Other big names which surprise me are Retief Goosen, Stuart Appleby, Ian Poulter, Padraig Harrington, Anthony Kim and Graeme McDowell.

Players who are OUT of the FedEx Cup Playoffs

POS Player Points Points Behind
71 Kevin Na 778 3,933
72 Kevin Streelman 770 3,941
73 Graeme McDowell 765 3,946
74 Robert Garrigus 759 3,952
75 Pat Perez 751 3,960
76 J.J. Henry 739 3,972
77 Harrison Frazar 713 3,998
78 Charlie Wi 711 4,000
79 Anthony Kim 702 4,009
80 Kris Blanks 694 4,017
81 Greg Chalmers 692 4,019
82 Brian Gay 685 4,026
83 William McGirt 674 4,037
84 Kevin Chappell 673 4,038
85 Bill Lunde 668 4,043
86 J.B. Holmes 640 4,071
87 Ian Poulter 639 4,072
88 Trevor Immelman 638 4,073
89 Padraig Harrington 625 4,086
90 Jeff Overton 619 4,092
91 Ryuji Imada 617 4,094
92 John Rollins 616 4,095
93 Scott Verplank 588 4,123
94 Chris Couch 573 4,138
95 Davis Love III 565 4,146
96 Ben Crane 561 4,150
97 Ricky Barnes 556 4,155
98 Stewart Cink 556 4,155
99 Troy Matteson 547 4,164
100 John Merrick 535 4,176
101 Bryce Molder 523 4,188
102 Josh Teater 513 4,198
103 Hunter Haas 499 4,212
104 Chris DiMarco 499 4,212
105 Paul Goydos 474 4,237
106 D.J. Trahan 474 4,237
107 Nick O’Hern 463 4,248
108 Matt Bettencourt 461 4,250
109 Arjun Atwal 459 4,252
110 Tim Herron 456 4,255
111 Michael Bradley 454 4,257
112 Retief Goosen 444 4,267
113 Kevin Stadler 444 4,267
114 Tom Gillis 431 4,280
115 Michael Thompson 413 4,298
116 Vaughn Taylor 397 4,314
117 Heath Slocum 388 4,323
118 Stuart Appleby 387 4,324
119 Rod Pampling 385 4,326
120 Joe Ogilvie 379 4,332
121 David Hearn 377 4,334
122 Billy Mayfair 353 4,358
123 James Driscoll 353 4,358
124 Steve Flesch 352 4,359
125 Steven Bowditch 347 4,364
126 Justin Leonard 328 4,383
127 Matt Jones 328 4,383
128 Tim Petrovic 326 4,385
129 David Mathis 326 4,385
130 Cameron Beckman 324 4,387
131 Dean Wilson 318 4,393
132 Tiger Woods 318 4,393
133 Ben Curtis 304 4,407
134 Alex Cejka 303 4,408
135 Roland Thatcher 302 4,409
136 Michael Putnam 300 4,411
137 Tim Clark 299 4,412
138 Stephen Ames 298 4,413
139 Kent Jones 297 4,414
140 Chris Riley 292 4,419
141 Zack Miller 290 4,421
142 Tag Ridings 286 4,425
143 Jason Bohn 284 4,427
144 Paul Casey 280 4,431
145 Matt McQuillan 280 4,431
146 Aron Price 272 4,439
147 Garrett Willis 270 4,441
148 Louis Oosthuizen 267 4,444
149 Joe Durant 260 4,451
150 Bob Estes 258 4,453

One response to “FedEx Cup points update – Who is OUT after two rounds?”

  1. Pearce Bley says:

    Another few names that stand out to me:

    -Graeme McDowell, The 2010 U.S. Champion at Pebble Beach is one of the best players to come out of Northern Ireland in a long time and obviously the first of three Irishmen in two years to win a major

    -Davis Love III, Captain of the 2012 Ryder Cup Team. Davis has been a true ambassador of the game for many years. Has age finally caught up with him? I hope not, I love watching Davis play fantastic golf week in and week out.

    -Ricky Barnes, a talented young man who has been on the leaderboard on Sunday more times than I can remember. He’ll win the FedEx Cup within the next five years but he just needs to get every aspect of his game firing at all cylinders.

    -Anthony Kim, played fantastic golf for the last Ryder Cup team and is a phenom on the course. Surprised to see he hasn’t advanced to Chicago this week but he will definitely be back in full force next year.

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