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2022-23 Top 70 FedEx Cup points list standings

The race for the 2023 FedEx Cup title is well under way as the tour heads into the spring portion of the calendar. The season-long FedEx Cup points standings will help determine who keeps their PGA Tour cards, who’ll be eligible for the FedEx Cup Playoffs come August and who will have invite to the PGA Tour’s designated events in 2024.

The 2022-23 season includes 44 regular-season events before the start of the three-event playoff series that ends at the Tour Championship August 24-27. For all regular-season PGA Tour events, 500 FedEx Cups are awarded to the winner, with points also being earned by every player making the cut. In World Golf Championship and other “designated” events, 550 FedEx Cup points goes to the winner, while 600 points are given to the champion of the four majors and the Players. Lastly, 300 points are given to the winner of any event played in the same week as a major or “designated” event.

Here is the updated top 70 FedEx Cup points list after the Valspar Championship. All players inside the top 70 at the end of the season earn their PGA Tour cards for the 2024 season and get into the playoffs. The top 50 players after the first Playoff event, the FedEx St Jude Championship in Memphis at TPC Southwind, advance to the second event, the BMW Championship outside Chicago at Olympia Fields. Those players also qualify for the majority of the PGA Tour’s designated events for 2024. The top 30 after the BMW advance to the Tour Championship at East Lake in Atlanta where they compete for the FedEx Cup title and $75 million overall purse, with $18 million going to the eventual winner.

Following the core FedEx Cup season, official PGA Tour events will be conducted in the fall, where all players with status for the 2022-23 FedEx Cup season will be eligible to compete. Those outside of the top-70 will compete for FedEx Cup points in a yet-to-be determined formula to secure playing status for 2024.

RANK, PLAYER, POINTS 1: Jon Rahm, 2,013 2: Max Homa, 1,719 3: Scottie Scheffler, 1,630 4: Keegan Bradley, 1,077 5: Seamus Power, 943 6: Kurt Kitayama, 939 7: Chris Kirk, 909 8: Tony Finau, 893 9: Taylor Moore, 847 10: Tom Kim, 846 11: Rory McIlroy, 810 12: Adam Svensson, 800 13: Justin Rose, 775 14: Si Woo Kim, 766 15: Sahith Theegala, 763 16: Collin Morikawa, 751 17: Tom Hoge, 750 18: Taylor Montgomery, 700 19: Brian Harman, 693 20: Patrick Cantlay, 691 21: Nick Taylor, 680 22: Jason Day, 675 23: Mackenzie Hughes, 673 24: Rickie Fowler, 630 25: Viktor Hovland, 623 26: Russell Henley, 613 27: Tyrrell Hatton, 613 28: Thomas Detry, 602 29: Sungjae Im, 601 30: Andrew Putnam, 585 31: Adam Schenk, 584 32: Hayden Buckley, 529 33: Brendon Todd, 516 34: Harris English, 504 35: Ben Taylor, 500 36: Danny Willett, 492 37: Ben Griffin, 483 38: Jordan Spieth, 483 39: Wyndham Clark, 475 40: Denny McCarthy, 473 41: Davis Thompson, 470 42: Eric Cole, 468 43: Sepp Straka, 468 44: Brandon Wu, 442 45: Xander Schauffele, 441 46: Keith Mitchell, 435 47: Patrick Rodgers, 434 48: Joel Dahmen, 430 49: Matthew NeSmith, 418 50: Alex Smalley, 407 51: David Lingmerth, 404 52: Sam Burns, 403 53: Maverick McNealy, 396 54: K.H. Lee, 395 55: Nico Echavarria, 388 56: Adam Hadwin, 388 57: Sam Ryder, 387 58: Robby Shelton, 382 59: J.J. Spaun, 380 60: Justin Thomas, 377 61: Tommy Fleetwood, 370 62: Garrick Higgo, 359 63: S.H. Kim, 354 64: Tyson Alexander, 353 65: Justin Suh, 350 66: Hideki Matsuyama, 342 67: Byeong Hun An, 342 68: Kevin Yu, 339 69: Callum Tarren, 332 70: Will Gordon, 318

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