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Who qualified for TOUR Championship in FedExCup Playoffs

The BMW Championship is done, and the PGA Tour’s FedExCup Playoffs moves on to the final round at the BMW Championship. Here are the top 30 who qualified.

Dustin Johnson of the United States celebrates making his putt for birdie on the 18th hole to force a playoff during the final round of the BMW Championship on the North Course at Olympia Fields Country Club on August 30, 2020 in Olympia Fields, Illinois. Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images

The PGA Tour opened its 2020 FedExCup Playoffs have gone through two events, and now the FedEx Cup champion and the $15 million that goes with it will be determined at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta at the TOUR Championship. The Top 30 golfers in the world will advance, with a total of $60 million in prize money being determined in the no-cut event next weekend.

Jon Rahm won the BMW Championship in dramatic fashion making a 66-foot birdie putt, holding off Dustin Johnson who made an incredible putt himself just to force a playoff.

In winning the tournament, Rahm moved to second place in the FedExCup Playoffs points leaderboard. He entered the tournament in 9th place but with triple points in the playoffs, it makes it easier for someone to shoot up the leaderboard. Johnson entered the BMW comfortably in the lead, and his second place finish maintained his spot.

The TOUR Championship rewards the best golfers by giving them strokes with which they’ll start the tournament. Johnson will have a 10-shot edge on the five golfers in the field with the least points, but only a two-stroke advantage on the second-place finisher Rahm. Because of the format of the TOUR Championship, DJ can not have the best score but still win the $15 million prize that comes with first place in the FedEx Cup. Even if one of the golfers in this field fails to tee off this week, they’ll still take home a cool $400,000 for their troubles for finishing in 30th place.

Here are the Top 30 golfers of the year following the BMW Championship, and thus the full projected field for the TOUR Championship at East Lake in Atlanta.

2020 FedExCup Points leaderboard after BMW Championship

FedEx Cup Ranking Golfer Starts TOUR Championship
FedEx Cup Ranking Golfer Starts TOUR Championship
1 Dustin Johnson -10
2 Jon Rahm -8
3 Justin Thomas -7
4 Webb Simpson -6
5 Collin Morikawa -5
6 Daniel Berger -4
7 Harris English -4
8 Bryson DeChambeau -4
9 Sungjae Im -4
10 Hideki Matsuyama -4
11 Brendon Todd -3
12 Rory McIlroy -3
13 Patrick Reed -3
14 Xander Schauffele -3
15 Sebastián Muñoz -3
16 Lanto Griffin -2
17 Scottie Scheffler -2
18 Joaquin Niemann -2
19 Tyrrell Hatton -2
20 Tony Finau -2
21 Kevin Kisner -1
22 Abraham Ancer -1
23 Ryan Palmer -1
24 Kevin Na -1
25 Marc Leishman -1
26 Cameron Smith Even
27 Viktor Hovland Even
28 Mackenzie Hughes Even
29 Cameron Champ Even
30 Billy Horschel Even
31 Adam Long
32 Kevin Streelman
33 Byeong Hun An
34 Patrick Cantlay
35 Matthew Wolff
36 Matthew Fitzpatrick
37 Brian Harman
38 Joel Dahmen
39 Richy Werenski
40 Tyler Duncan
41 Adam Scott
42 Jason Kokrak
43 Gary Woodland
44 Mark Hubbard
45 Danny Lee
46 Bubba Watson
47 Brendan Steele
48 Nick Taylor
49 Paul Casey
50 Tom Hoge
51 Carlos Ortiz
52 Alex Noren
53 Corey Conners
54 Adam Hadwin
55 Harry Higgs
56 Russell Henley
57 Jason Day
58 Dylan Frittelli
59 Michael Thompson
60 Talor Gooch
61 Andrew Landry
62 Matt Kuchar
63 Tiger Woods
64 Jim Herman
65 Louis Oosthuizen
66 Robby Shelton
67 J.T. Poston
68 Maverick McNealy
69 Charles Howell III
70 Max Homa