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PGA Tour FedExCup leaders

PGA Tour FedExCup leaders Through Jan. 21 Points YTD Money 1. Vijay Singh 4,621$1,126,3252. Paul Goydos 4,564$948,7203. Charley Hoffman 4,500$900,0004. John Rollins 3,172$655,2295. Luke Donald 3,038$650,6006. Adam Scott 2,700$630,0007. Charles Ho...

PGA Tour FedExCup leaders

Through Jan. 21

Points YTD Money 1. Vijay Singh

4,621$1,126,3252. Paul Goydos 4,564$948,7203. Charley Hoffman 4,500$900,0004. John Rollins 3,172$655,2295. Luke Donald 3,038$650,6006. Adam Scott 2,700$630,0007. Charles Howell III 2,251$467,8508. Trevor Immelman 1,790$429,7609. K.J. Choi 1,709$374,75010. Justin Rose 1,700$340,00011. Robert Allenby 1,425$291,00012. Will MacKenzie 1,407$336,42713. Jim Furyk 1,359$284,75014. Heath Slocum 1,352$274,22915. David Toms 1,154$259,14316. Jeff Quinney 1,150$230,40017. Davis Love III 1,084$270,60818. Geoff Ogilvy 1,075$227,33319. J.B. Holmes 1,033$260,00020. Doug LaBelle II 984$204,75020. Steve Stricker 984$204,75022. Cliff Kresge 924$185,24223. Charles Warren 869$173,75024. Craig Kanada 799$164,75025. Harrison Frazar 796$161,32526. J.J. Henry 776$180,60827. Troy Matteson 766$181,14028. John Senden 709$151,97929. Ted Purdy 707$145,22930. Joe Durant 696$151,66731. Mark Calcavecchia 675$135,00031. Dudley Hart 675$135,00031. Scott Verplank 675$135,00034. Steve Lowery 672$139,40035. Pat Perez 625$130,00036. Rory Sabbatini 604$146,32537. Stephen Ames 600$145,00038. Johnson Wagner 576$117,32539. George McNeill 561$115,56040. Paul Azinger 486$100,55740. Jason Dufner 486$100,55742. Stuart Appleby 483$120,00042. Chris Couch 483$120,00044. Lucas Glover 455$91,00044. Bernhard Langer 455$91,00044. Nick Watney 455$91,00047. Andrew Buckle 450$92,80748. Bart Bryant 429$89,14348. Jerry Kelly 429$89,14348. Bo Van Pelt 429$89,14351. Jeff Maggert 422$108,22952. Kirk Triplett 413$95,00053. Nathan Green 404$82,99254. Tim Herron 325$71,33355. Rod Pampling 323$78,53756. Tommy Armour III 283$56,66756. Mark Hensby 283$56,66756. Tom Johnson 283$56,66756. Joe Ogilvie 283$56,66756. Duffy Waldorf 283$56,66761. Eric Axley 263$72,53762. Carl Pettersson 260$65,00062. Brett Wetterich 260$65,00064. Ryuji Imada 252$54,22964. Boo Weekley 252$54,22966. Daniel Chopra 244$51,64067. Corey Pavin 242$67,41468. Chad Campbell 238$69,64069. Dean Wilson 229$65,25070. Aaron Baddeley 193$57,00071. Shane Bertsch 190$39,76072. Cameron Beckman 184$37,33773. Stephen Marino 175$37,12574. Jonathan Byrd 174$34,75074. Steve Flesch 174$34,75074. Bill Haas 174$34,75074. Matt Kuchar 174$34,75074. Paul Stankowski 174$34,75079. John Daly 166$36,14079. Robert Garrigus 166$36,14079. Jesper Parnevik 166$36,14082. D.J. Trahan 155$52,00083. Ben Curtis 148$51,00084. Anders Hansen 132$26,41784. Vaughn Taylor 132$26,41784. Mark Wilson 132$26,41787. Craig Lile 121$26,32587. Daisuke Maruyama 121$26,32589. Brian Gay 114$23,39590. Ken Duke 110$22,59491. Kenny Perry 108$22,23192. Briny Baird 103$21,09293. David Duval 100$20,00093. Lee Janzen 100$20,00093. Richard S. Johnson 100$20,00093. Peter Lonard 100$20,00093. Bob Tway 100$20,00098. Jarrod Lyle 90$19,76099. Anthony Kim 78$15,50099. Phil Mickelson 78$15,500101. Ryan Armour 64$12,720101. Paul Gow 64$12,720101. Shaun Micheel 64$12,720101. Mike Weir 64$12,720105. David Branshaw 63$13,537105. Jeff Sluman 63$13,537105. Bubba Watson 63$13,537108. Woody Austin 57$11,414108. Craig Barlow 57$11,414110. Rich Beem 57$11,981110. Glen Day 57$11,981110. J.P. Hayes 57$11,981113. Tim Petrovic 55$11,492113. Brett Quigley 55$11,492115. Ian Poulter 54$10,800115. Brandt Snedeker 54$10,800115. Kevin Stadler 54$10,800115. Kevin Sutherland 54$10,800119. Gavin Coles 53$11,180120. Robert Gamez 51$10,250120. Jason Gore 51$10,250120. Bob Heintz 51$10,250123. Michael Putnam 51$10,608124. Rich Barcelo 49$9,850124. Tripp Isenhour 49$9,850126. Tom Lehman 49$10,296127. Kevin Na 49$9,700128. Hunter Mahan 48$9,500

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