Top-50 guys shine in Vegas; Pendrith with biggest jump

Four of the top six finishing positions at the Shriners Children’s Open on Sunday were achieved by players who have already secured spots in every signature event for 2024 through the FedExCup top 50.

However, players ranked 51 and beyond in points are still competing to improve their status for the next season. Those ranked 51-60 after the fall season will be able to participate in the first two signature events following The Sentry: the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am (Feb. 1-4) and Genesis Invitational (Feb. 15-18). Additionally, players ranked inside the top 125 will retain their full cards, while those ranked 126-150 will receive conditional status for 2024.

In Las Vegas, both Alex Noren and Taylor Pendrith made considerable jumps in points with their T-3 finishes.

The remaining fall schedule includes the following tournaments:

  • Oct. 19-22: Zozo Championship (Japan)

  • Nov. 2-5: World Wide Technology Championship

  • Nov. 9-12: Butterfield Bermuda Championship

  • Nov. 16-19: RSM Classic

Here is a snapshot of the current FedExCup picture with four fall tournaments remaining:

Current Next 10

51. Beau Hossler
52. Ben Griffin
53. Alex Smalley
54. Nick Hardy
55. Mac Hughes
56. Taylor Montgomery
57. Stephan Jaeger
58. Luke List
59. Thomas Detry, +14
60. Sam Ryder

61. Mark Hubbard, -3
62. S.H. Kim
63. J.J. Spaun
64. Davis Riley
65. Brandon Wu

Current top 125 bubble

120. Nico Echavarria
121. Maverick McNealy
122. Chesson Hadley
123. Doug Ghim
124. C.T. Pan, +7
125. Erik van Rooyen

126. Marty Dou, -12
127. Cameron Champ
128. MJ Daffue
129. Jimmy Walker
130. Patton Kizzire

Notable movement

Taylor Pendrith
Movement: +33 (No. 123 to No. 90)
Significance: Despite only carding four birdies on Sunday at TPC Summerlin, Pendrith’s T-3 finish comfortably places him inside the top 125 and brings him within striking distance of the Next 10.

Alex Noren
Movement: +22 (No. 105 to No. 83)
Significance: Noren’s impressive final round of 63 at the Shriners Open has positioned him just one strong showing away from breaking into the Next 10.

Marty Dou
Movement: -2 (No. 124 to No. 126)
Significance: Dou missed the cut in Vegas by three strokes and is now one spot away from retaining his full card.

Mark Hubbard
Movement: -2 (No. 59 to No. 61)
Significance: Hubbard couldn’t recover from an opening round score of 75 at the Shriners Open, missed the cut by one stroke, and concluded a solid start to the fall with finishes of T-17 and T-6 in his first two starts.


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