All-time FedExCup No. 1s
August 28, 2016
- Tiger Woods won the inaugural FedExCup competition in 2007 and remains the only player to claim multiple FedExCups. (Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
The 10th season of the FedExCup era came to a close with Rory McIlroy's victory at the TOUR Championship.
From Vijay Singh’s victory the 2007 season-opening event through McIlroy's 4-hole playoff survival in 2016, we’ve seen more than 380 weeks of events under the FedExCup competition.
Here’s a look at every player who’s held the top spot in the FedExCup standings during the first 10 years of the competition.
Rank Player(s) Weeks at No. 1 1 Tiger Woods 83 2 Jimmy Walker 48 3 Ernie Els 22 4 Jordan Spieth 21 5 Vijay Singh 15 6 Jason Day
14 8 Mark Wilson 12 9 Dustin Johnson
11 11 Adam Scott
10 12 Zach Johnson
9 14 Hunter Mahan
8 16 Rory McIlroy 7 17 Jason Dufner
6 19 Charles Howell III
5 22 K.J. Choi
4 26 Sangmoon Bae
3 32 Brian Gay
2 38 Daniel Chopra