FedExCup standings


Talk about major jumps. Gary Woodland, who earned his maiden PGA Tour victory Sunday in the Transition­s, started the year No. 591 in the official world golf ranking and is now No. 53. He also made a major move in the FedExCup race with his win, moving up 18 spots to No. 3. Each of the top 10 has won this season. There could be some movement this week as only five of the top 10 — Woodland, Bubba Watson, Mark Wilson, D.A. Points and Aaron Baddeley — are in the field. The season-long FedExCup race includes 37 events before a four-tournament playoff culminatin­g with the Tour Championsh­ip at East Lake Country Club in Atlanta determines the winner of the $10 million grand prize.

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