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FedExCup projected standings after Rd. 1 of Tour Championship

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ATLANTA – Bryson DeChambeau started the week in the No. 1 spot in the FedExCup standings. But after the first round of the Tour Championship, he’s surrendered his lead.

Justin Rose, the current world No. 1, is the new projected winner of the $10 million bonus. Rose shot 4-under 66 in the first round and is tied for third in the tournament. He began the week in second place in the FEC standings.

DeChambeau struggled to a 1-over 71 and is currently tied for 21st in the field of 30.

Here’s a look at the projected standings after 18 holes at East Lake Golf Club, which includes Tiger Woods jumping from No. 20 to No. 2.

FedExCup Rank PLAYER NAME FedExCup Points
PROJ. OFFICIAL PROJ. TOTAL
1 2 Justin Rose 2450
2 20 Tiger Woods 2219
3 23 Rickie Fowler 2182
4 1 Bryson DeChambeau 2160
5 3 Tony Finau 1920
6 5 Justin Thomas 1680
7 4 Dustin Johnson 1528
8 6 Keegan Bradley 1238
9 7 Brooks Koepka 1192
10 8 Bubba Watson 992
11 9 Billy Horschel 800
12 28 Gary Woodland 783
13 12 Jason Day 678
14 10 Cameron Smith 672
14 17 Rory McIlroy 672
16 11 Webb Simpson 616
17 18 Xander Schauffele 561
18 13 Francesco Molinari 544
19 24 Jon Rahm 480
20 19 Tommy Fleetwood 463
21 26 Paul Casey 461
22 14 Phil Mickelson 454
23 16 Patrick Cantlay 453
24 15 Patrick Reed 450
25 21 Aaron Wise 398
26 25 Kyle Stanley 393
27 22 Kevin Na 330
28 27 Hideki Matsuyama 278
29 30 Patton Kizzire 275
30 29 Marc Leishman 242