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Fed Ex Cup Update


Tiger Woods has not won a tournament since the PGA Playoffs began a month ago, but that doesn't matter much.

He's still No. 1 in the FedEx Cup standings heading into the final week of the season.
Woods leads a field of 30 players pared down from the original 125 who will take part in the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola this weekend in Atlanta.

Woods and the other four members of the top 5 - Henrik Stenson, Adam Scott, Zach Johnson and Matt Kuchar - can each win the overall championship and its $10 million paycheck if they happen to win the last tournament.

Johnson was the only new edition to the Top 5, vaulting way up from 27th by winning the BMW Championship on Sunday.

Canada's Graham DeLaet fell from fifth to seventh. The rest of the Top 10 includes No. 6 Steve STricker, No. 8 Phil Mickelson, No. 9 justin Rose and No. 10 Brandt Snedeker.

BMW Championship runner-up Nick Watney jumped from 34th to 12th; and third-place finisher Jim Furyk rose from 15th to 11th.

Watney and Luke Donald were the only two players from outside the Top 30 to play their way into it at the BMW Championship. Donald rose from 54th to 29th by finishing fourth with a 70-70-67-66-273.

Their improvements spelled heartbreak for Harris English, who slipped three spots from 28th to 31st, and Lee Westwood who nosedived 11 spots from 30th to 41st.

Other big names on the outside looking in: Rickie Fowler, Bubba Watson, Rory McIlroy, Angel Cabrera and Ernie Els.

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