Martin Laird made the largest move up the FedExCup ranks in the 201 Playoffs. The Scot entered the Playoffs ranked No. 95 and finished 11th thanks to his runner-up finish at The Barclays.
Also making waves was Kevin Streelman -- the highest-ranked player at the Playoffs' outset to book a tee time at East Lake. Streelman entered the Playoffs at No. 102 in the standings and completed his run at No. 25 on the strength of two top-10 finishes (T3 at The Barclays and T9 at The TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola).
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Also surging in 2010 was Deutsche Bank Champion Charley Hoffman, who began the Playoffs at No. 77 and finished the race at No. 4. Hoffman closed out his Playoffs with a sixth-place finish at The TOUR Championship to secure his best-career final FedExCup standing.