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The FedEx Cup Playoffs wasted no time supplying the drama, as Will Zalatoris brought home his first PGA Tour victory with a thrilling playoff win against Sepp Straka. The 25-year-old jumped World No. 1 Scottie Scheffler to steal the top spot in the FedEx Cup standings heading into this weekend’s BMW Championship.

With just two more events remaining in the 2022 season, let’s check in on the updated standings and see who’s in position to win the $18 million FedEx Cup prize.

Will Zalatoris takes over the top spot in the FedEx Cup standings

Will Zalatoris celebrates after winning the FedEx St. Jude Championship.
Will Zalatoris poses with the trophy after winning the FedEx St. Jude Championship at TPC Southwind | Andy Lyons/Getty Images

Zalatoris sure did pick a good time to win his first PGA Tour event. With the victory, Willy Z added 2,000 FedEx Cup points to his season-long total to jump Scheffler in the standings. He’ll enter the BMW Championship in first place, with Scheffler in second and Cameron Smith in third.

Sepp Straka jumped 35 spots in the standings thanks to his runner-up finish at the FedEx St. Jude Championship, but he wasn’t the biggest mover of the weekend. Lucas Glover went from 121st to 34th in the standings after his T3 finish at TPC Southwind, and he’s now in a position to crack the top 30 and punch his ticket to the TOUR Championship.

Check out the updated FedEx Cup standings below:

FedEx Cup rankPrevious rankPlayerPoints
112Will Zalatoris3,680.099
21Scottie Scheffler3,555.983
32Cameron Smith2,547.568
43Sam Burns2,428.512
57Tony Finau2,260.697
64Xander Schauffele2,174.538
75Patrick Cantlay2,129.350
835Sepp Straka2,109.303
96Rory McIlroy2,103.875
108Justin Thomas1,995.626
1110Sungjae Im1,992.503
1214Matt Fitzpatrick1,944.508
139Cameron Young1,854.761
1416Jon Rahm1,797.797
1511Hideki Matsuyama1,697.237
1613Max Homa1,675.291
1715Jordan Spieth1,574.228
1819Viktor Hovland1,467.389
1920Joaquin Niemann1,440.108
2022Collin Morikawa1,437.506
2117Tom Hoge1,424.420
2218Billy Horschel1,403.215
2355Brian Harman1,343.711
2421J.T. Poston1,299.538
2534Joohyung Kim1,129.688
2623Davis Riley1,126.031
2739Sahith Theegala1,098.658
2836Kevin Kisner1,059.736
2930Corey Conners1,054.303
3025J.J. Spaun1,035.084
3127Aaron Wise1,032.795
3231Maverick McNealy1,016.661
3340K.H. Lee1,006.399
34121Lucas Glover998.881
3542Denny McCarthy995.678
3624Seamus Power990.479
3728Shane Lowry979.627
3837Keith Mitchell969.354
3926Cameron Tringale956.873
4070Trey Mullinax938.430
4138Mito Pereira938.155
4229Luke List937.820
4332Russell Henley934.409
4433Keegan Bradley924.949
4577Adam Scott899.177
4641Scott Stallings851.780
4787Andrew Putnam846.731
4843Kurt Kitayama838.627
4945Sebastián Muñoz832.608
5049Tyrrell Hatton829.974
5166Cam Davis826.670
5246Mackenzie Hughes820.679
5348Si Woo Kim800.729
5444Lucas Herbert796.457
5556Emiliano Grillo772.333
5647Tommy Fleetwood766.407
5764Troy Merritt756.559
5851Chez Reavie742.228
5950Adam Hadwin733.513
6053Christiaan Bezuidenhout714.067
6152Chris Kirk706.519
6265Taylor Moore704.114
6354Matt Kuchar695.997
6457Brendan Steele688.734
6558Harold Varner III682.077
6659Alex Noren681.096
6760Taylor Pendrith676.753
6862Marc Leishman672.356
6961Alex Smalley657.665
7079Wyndham Clark645.197

Notable players knocked out of the FedEx Cup Playoffs:

  • Gary Woodland (75)
  • Daniel Berger (86)
  • Justin Rose (100)
  • Jason Day (115)
  • Webb Simpson (122)
  • Rickie Fowler (123)

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