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Stats Report

July 31 2013

10:17 AM

Stat of the day: FedExCup leaders

By Jessica Rangel, PGATOUR.COM

Heading into the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational, there are three players who are capable of becoming the new leader in the FedExCup standings. Although the current leader Tiger Woods is playing, a faulty performance could open the door for Matt Kuchar, Brandt Snedeker or Phil Mickelson.

Below includes the current standings, how many points behind the lead, and a ‘what if’ first place scenario.

Player Current points
Points behind
No. 1 Scenarios
1.Tiger Woods
2. Matt Kuchar
Win or solo second
3. Brandt Snedeker
Win or solo second
4. Phil Mickelson

  • Woods would guarantee himself the top position for another week with a win or solo second place finish.

  • If Kuchar finishes solo second, he would need Woods to finish outside the top 35 to take his spot.

  • If Snedeker finishes solo second, he would need Woods to finish outside the top 60 to take his spot.

  • Woods would retain the top spot if he finished second or solo third behind Mickelson in this scenario
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