2021 FedEx Cup Standings: Breakdown of Current Standings

Tiger Woods won two of the first three FedEx Cups (2007 and 2009) but nine different golfers (from four different countries) won the next nine championships. And through the first 14 years of the PGA Tour’s first-ever playoff system, there have been 12 different champions. Although parity wasn’t cited as a goal or driving force in creating the playoff 16 years ago, parity has dominated the highly lucrative three-tournament system.

Woods and Rory McIlroy are the only two repeat FedEx Cup champions, though neither hoisted the 33-pound sterling silver cup in consecutive years. Dustin Johnson, after winning the 2020 cup with two wins and one second-place finish, is attempting to become the first back-to-back champion. An annual fixture atop PGA odds, Johnson opened the season with a sixth-place finish in the U.S. Open and a second-place finish in the Vivint Houston Open (245 FedEx Cup points) before winning The Masters a week later (600 points) to grab the early FedEx lead.

As of Jan. 24, 2021, the day Kim Si-woo won The American Express, Johnson is still atop the FedEx Cup Standings. Johnson didn’t play in The American Express and is only one point ahead of Patrick Cantlay, whose second-place finish vaulted him from seventh to second place, only one point behind Johnson.

Cantlay, among others, is climbing the standings as Johnson sits mostly idle. Since winning The Masters in mid-November, he has played in only one tournament, the Sentry Tournament of Champions, and is one of two golfers in the top 50 with fewer than five tournaments played (Bryson DeChambeau). 

Top 70 of the FedEx Cup Standings (as of Jan. 24, 2021):

1Dustin Johnson41,0181
2Patrick Cantlay71,0171
3Harris English89601
4Joaquin Niemann88260
5Justin Thomas67840
6Bryson DeChambeau47831
7Stewart Cink87371
8Viktor Hovland67061
9Si Woo Kim97051
10Carlos Ortiz96861
11Kevin Na86271
12Xander Schauffele56240
13Sergio Garcia86231
14Jason Kokrak86221
15Sungjae Im115990
16Matthew Wolff65990
17Martin Laird85891
18Robert Streb75641
19Hudson Swafford105621
20Cameron Smith75410
21Brian Gay65321
22Peter Malnati95120
23Jon Rahm55110
24Hideki Matsuyama84810
25Abraham Ancer94540
26Aaron Wise84380
27Tony Finau74360
28Webb Simpson74360
29Adam Long94320
30Kevin Kisner74200
31Russell Henley84160
32Wyndham Clark73980
33Tyler McCumber83960
34Chris Kirk73650
35Harry Higgs73640
36Corey Conners93630
37Mackenzie Hughes83450
38Cameron Davis73260
39Ryan Palmer63220
40Austin Cook83200
41Talor Gooch93140
42James Hahn73070
43Sebastián Muñoz103060
44Tyrrell Hatton63060
45Louis Oosthuizen53050
46Patton Kizzire92990
47Doug Ghim82950
48Brian Harman102900
49Cameron Tringale72830
50Daniel Berger62820
51Matt Jones92810
52Billy Horschel72800
53Doc Redman72790
54Rory McIlroy42780
55Tom Hoge102780
56Zach Johnson82740
57Sepp Straka102720
58Emiliano Grillo102710
59J.T. Poston92680
60Charley Hoffman102640
61Russell Knox92530
62Collin Morikawa72460
63Michael Thompson72410
64Lanto Griffin92390
65Patrick Reed52360
66Bubba Watson42310
67Kevin Streelman92260
68Denny McCarthy92240
69Brooks Koepka52240
70Marc Leishman72210

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