FedExCup Movers: Northern Trust Open
February 23, 2015
By Chris Dunham, PGATOUR.COM
- Keegan Bradley has now tied for fourth in four different events since last June.
Sunday's result at the Northern Trust Open lived up to the hype that a "Hollywood story" cliche always creates.
James Hahn, in his 65th TOUR start after stops on PGA TOUR Canada, the Web.com Tour, and selling shoes, claimed his first TOUR title. The 33-year-old defeated Paul Casey and Dustin Johnson in a playoff at Riviera Country Club to climb inside the FedExCup top 10 for the first time in his young career.
The magnitude of the moment was not lost on Hahn, who grew up in Northern California.
"(I'm) speechless," he said. "There are a lot of legends that came through here, and being in the locker room and seeing all the murals and pictures of past legends; and to be able to think that one day, I would be up on that same wall‑‑ to me, it's‑‑ I'm speechless."
It was Casey, however, who made the biggest move up the FedExCup ranks. His share of second place gave him 245 points and a whopping 108-spot leap from 151st to 43rd in the latest standings.
Click through the gallery below to see the biggest movers up the FedExCup standings following the Northern Trust Open.