FedExCup Standings Update: Scottie Scheffler increases lead with Masters victory

Daily Grounds and upgraded hospitality tickets on sale

ATLANTA – With a dominant performance at the Masters for his fourth PGA TOUR title in his last six starts, Scottie Scheffler earned 600 FedExCup points to increase his lead in the FedExCup standings to a commanding 1,236 points over Cameron Smith, who finished tied for third at Augusta National. World No. 1 Scheffler, who was making his first start atop the world rankings, will make his third career TOUR Championship appearance when the PGA TOUR’s season finale returns to historic East Lake Golf Club, August 24-28.

The TOUR Championship is golf’s most exclusive gathering, with the top 30 players in the FedExCup standings earning their trip to East Lake with a chance to add their name to an elite list of FedExCup champions and earn the $18 million bonus awarded to the season champion.

Scheffler, who won the individual title at the 2016 East Lake Cup while competing for the University of Texas, qualified for the TOUR Championship as a rookie in 2020 and finished solo fifth at East Lake Golf Club. The 25-year-old returned to the TOUR Championship in 2021 and finished T22.

“It's definitely a place that I want to be. I want to be here every year. That's something that'll never change,” Scheffler said in 2020. “You've got to hit a lot of fairways out here. It's kind of a ball striker's course. It's not easy playing with the rough and the trees out here and the holes are long and the fairways are pretty tight.”

Cameron Smith, winner of THE PLAYERS Championship, finished T3 at the Masters to move up from third to second in the standings. Smith owns three wins on the season and will qualify for his fourth trip to East Lake (2018, 2020, 2021), with a T14 in 2021 representing his best finish.

The top 30 players in the FedExCup standings is included below. The full standings with full points breakdown is available here.

FedExCup Standings as of 4/11/22:

  1. Scottie Scheffler
  2. Cameron Smith
  3. Sam Burns
  4. Hideki Matsuyama
  5. Talor Gooch
  6. Tom Hoge
  7. Viktor Hovland
  8. Sungjae Im
  9. Rory McIlroy
  10. Collin Morikawa
  11. J.J. Spaun
  12. Joaquin Niemann
  13. Justin Thomas
  14. Max Homa
  15. Luke List
  16. Will Zalatoris
  17. Sepp Straka
  18. Jon Rahm
  19. Seamus Power
  20. Kevin Kisner
  21. Russell Henley
  22. Cameron Young
  23. Jason Kokrak
  24. Patrick Cantlay
  25. Maverick McNealy
  26. Cameron Tringale
  27. Lucas Herbert
  28. Hudson Swafford
  29. Shane Lowry
  30. Keith Mitchell

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