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The Tour Report

March 10 2012

8:52 PM

FedExCup: Bradley, Wagner in position

DORAL, Fla. -- Former FedExCup leader Johnson Wagner emerged Saturday to join Keegan Bradley as prime threats to Kyle Stanley's FedExCup lead at the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship. Stanley, who posted a 4-over 76 in Round 3, opened the door a bit wider for Wagner, the current No. 2. Stanley's round dropped him from a tie for 10th into a 42nd-place tie. If the tournament ended Saturday night, his lead over Wagner would have been just six points. Bradley, who needs a victory to catch Stanley atop the standings, had six birdies in his bogey-free third round that landed him in Sunday's final pairing with 54-hole leader Bubba Watson. Bradley will enter the finale three shots off the pace. A victory would be the third of his career, and likely place him atop the FedExCup standings for the first time. Here’s a quick look at how Stanley and his pursuers are stacking up at the Cadillac Championship. Listed below are each player’s current FedExCup standing, the minimum finish they will need this week to have a chance at becoming No. 1, and where they stand at TPC Blue Monster.
Player Points Points
Currently Proj.
1. Kyle Stanley 935   N/A T42 26 961
2. Johnson Wagner 860 -75 10th 7th 95 955
3. Mark Wilson 840 -95 6th T42 26 866
4. Rory McIlroy 815 -120 4th T8 76 891
5. Phil Mickelson 807 -128 4th T42 26 833
6. Bill Haas 752 -183 3rd T42 26 777
7. Hunter Mahan 745 -193 3rd T18 52 794
8. Brandt Snedeker 716 -219 2nd T42 26 741
9. Steve Stricker 598 -337 1st T14 58 656
10. Keegan Bradley 563 -372 1st T2 258 821
11. Ben Crane 514 -421 1st T60 10 524
13. Martin Laird 465 -470 1st T23 44 509