FedExCup wrap-up: The Barclays, Final round

August 29, 2010
Biggest Movers
Player   Current Projected Increase Comment
95 3 92 spots Lost in playoff but going to East Lake for first time
102 18 84 spots Wants dearly to get to Cog Hill and should have no problems.
112 65 47 spots Two good rounds should keep him energized going to Boston
99 64 34 spots Weekend wasn't what he wanted but still got him to Boston
98 67 31 spots Closed with a 68 and is in good shape to reach Cog Hill
Top-five watch
Here's how the top five in points going into The Barclays fared on Sunday:
1. ERNIE ELS Never broke par at Ridgewood, fell four spots and was replaced by Matt Kuchar
2. STEVE STRICKER Held on to the No. 2 spot with a Sunday 66 and a tie for third
3. JIM FURYK Ineligible after missing pro-am tee time; fell to eighth and was replaced by Martin Laird
4. PHIL MICKELSON Missed the cut and fell to 10th, Justin Rose moved into spot
5. JUSTIN ROSE Missed out on Ryder Cup but moved up a spot as Els tumbled
The top five in the FedExCup points standings is important, since the top five going into THE TOUR Championship presented by Coca-Cola control their own fate in regards to winning the FedExCup.
Who's been eliminated?
Rank Dropped Previous Player Barclays result
101 12 89 Kevin Sutherland MC
102 12 90 Jerry Kelly MC
103 12 91 Alex Cejka MC
104 12 92 Derek Lamely MC
105 12 117 Jonathan Byrd Tied for 56th
106 9 97 Matt Bettencourt MC
107 17 124 Robert Garrigus Tied for 52nd
108 8 100 Jeff Maggert WD due to injury
109 8 101 Sergio Garcia Did not play
110 5 105 John Merrick Tied for 68th
111 8 103 Briny Baird MC
112 8 104 Joe Ogilvie MC
113 7 106 Bill Lunde MC
114 5 109 Dean Wilson MC
115 5 110 Corey Pavin Did not play
116 5 111 Bob Estes MC
117 3 120 David Duval Tied for 64th
118 5 113 Cameron Beckman MC
119 3 116 Ben Curtis MC
120 2 118 Michael Letzig MC
121 2 119 Nathan Green MC
122 1 121 Kevin Stadler MC
123 1 122 Woody Austin MC
124 1 123 Graham DeLaet MC
125 -- 125 Scott Piercy MC
Bubble watch
Bubble Tournament Comment
100 Deutsche Bank Championship Six players from outside the top 100 moved inside the bubble after The Barclays: Kevin Streelman, Ryuji Imada, J.P. Hayes, Tiger Woods, Troy Matteson and Andres Romero. Romero, incidentally, rallied from consecutive double bogeys at Nos. 12 and 13 with four birdies in his last five holes -- including a 40-footer at No. 18 to make the Deutsche Bank as the 100th and last player. The previous player at 100, Jeff Maggert, withdrew on Friday and was eliminated from the Playoffs.
70 BMW Championship In addition to Woods, seven other players from outside the top 70 moved inside the bubble: Martin Laird, Stephen Ames, John Senden, Charley Hoffman, Chris Couch, Tim Petrovic and Angel Cabrera. The old bubble boy at 70, Justin Leonard, broke a string of three straight 71s with a 69 to move from 70th to 68. The new bubble boy is Matt Jones who fell 14 spots to No. 70 with his tie for 60th at Ridgewood.
30 THE TOUR Championship In addition to Laird and Streelman, two other players from outside the top 30 moved inside the bubble: Adam Scott and Vaughn Taylor. The previous bubble boy at 30, Stuart Appleby, only broke par once at Ridgewood and fell six spots. The new bubble boy at 30 is Carl Pettersson, who dropped from 20th when he missed the cut.

PARAMUS, N.J. -- Here's a quick look at the latest FedExCup implications following the final round of The Barclays: