Odds to Win 2019 FedEx Cup Championship

The 2018 PGA Tour season closed with golf’s FedExCup playoffs which concluded with the Tour Championship in Atlanta. During the season, golfers are awarded points based on their performance in PGA Tour events. Winning and placing highly in tournaments yields a player a higher amount of points. The amount of points players are awarded depends on the event. Odds to Win 2019 FedEx Cup Championship.

The winner of an official PGA Tour event is awarded 500 FedExCup points. Winning the Masters, Players Championship, U.S. Open, British Open or PGA Championship awards 600 points. World Golf Championship events each award 550 points to winners. Any additional events played during the FedExCup competition (i.e. those played during the same week as a major tournament or WGC event) awards 300 points to the winner. For more details, check out the PGA Tour’s FedEx Cup Playoffs 101.

Once the PGA Tour season concludes, the top 125 players (and ties) in the FedExCup standings qualify to compete in the playoffs. At that time a cut in progressive fashion is featured through the first three tournaments to determine the 30 players eligible for the final event, the Tour Championship.

PGA Tour FedExCup Standings (top-20) through March 13th, 2019
RANK THIS RANK LAST PLAYER EVENTS POINTS # OF # OF POINTS
WEEK WEEK NAME WINS TOP 10’S BEHIND LEAD
1 1 Xander Schauffele 8 1,298 2 3
2 2 Matt Kuchar 8 1,239 2 3 59
3 4 Charles Howell III 11 1,010 1 4 288
4 3 Gary Woodland 10 998 6 300
5 7 Marc Leishman 8 966 1 4 332
6 5 Justin Thomas 8 948 5 350
7 6 Rickie Fowler 7 948 1 3 350
8 8 Brooks Koepka 6 871 1 2 427
9 9 Phil Mickelson 7 821 1 2 477
10 10 Dustin Johnson 5 770 1 3 528
11 15 Rory McIlroy 6 748 5 550
12 17 Keith Mitchell 11 738 1 2 560
13 11 Justin Rose 4 724 1 2 574
14 12 Bryson DeChambeau 6 722 1 3 576
15 13 J.B. Holmes 9 707 1 2 591
16 14 Paul Casey 8 693 2 605
17 16 Kevin Tway 10 651 1 1 647
18 18 Patrick Cantlay 7 648 4 650
19 19 Cameron Champ 12 619 1 3 679
20 151 Francesco Molinari 4 598 1 1 700

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