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FedEx Cup Standings 2013: Projecting Post-BMW Championship Rankings and Points
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Entering the the BMW Championship, Zach Johnson sat in 27th in the FedEx Cup standing and was simply hoping to stay inside the top 30 to qualify for the final event.

After firing a six-under 65 in the final round at rain-soaked Conway Farms Golf Course in Lake Forrest, Ill., the 37-year-old finished the event at 16-under to win the tournament by two strokes over second-place finisher Nick Watney.

Johnson's 10th PGA victory is enough to push him all the way up to fourth in the FedEx Cup standings.  

PGATour.com has the post-BMW Championship standings, but it is worth noting that these are projected standings—although there's nothing to suggest these standings will change.

2013 FedEx Cup Standings
Proj. Pos Official Pos. Golfer Proj. Total Official Total
1 2 Tiger Woods 4352 4037
2 1 Henrik Stenson 4229 4051
3 3 Adam Scott 4122 3917
4 27 Zach Johnson 3843 1343
5 4 Matt Kuchar 3330 3103
6 8 Steve Stricker 3180 2617
7 5 Graham DeLaet 3011 2806
8 6 Phil Mickelson 2939 2762
9 7 Justin Rose 2842 2664
10 9 Brandt Snedeker 2726 2326
11 15 Jim Furyk 2718 1718
12 34 Nick Watney 2693 1193
13 10 Jordan Spieth 2519 2246
14 12 Jason Day 2347 1785
15 18 Hunter Mahan 2164 1601
16 11 Keegan Bradley 2138 1866
17 14 Gary Woodland 2026 1771
18 17 Bill Haas 1923 1718
19 16 Kevin Streelman 1895 1718
20 13 Jason Dufner 1861 1781
21 20 Webb Simpson 1758 1531
22 22 Billy Horschel 1746 1491
23 29 Charl Schwartzel 1719 1319
24 25 Roberto Castro 1678 1398
25 24 Sergio Garcia 1664 1409
26 19 Boo Weekley 1640 1560
27 26 Brendon de Jonge 1634 1379
28 21 D.A. Points 1564 1496
29 54 Luke Donald 1555 992
30 23 Dustin Johnson 1468 1428

via PGATour.com

Meanwhile, Tiger Woods had a completely pedestrian even-par final round and finished tied for 11th. However, that was good enough for him to regain the FedEx Cup lead and enter the Tour Championship with 2,500 points. 

Henrik Stenson, who entered this week in first in the standings, finished tied for 33rd. As a result, he dropped to second.

Stenson did not have to worry about dropping further, as Adam Scott entered and left this event third in the standings after a tied-for-28th finish.

The ever-dependable Matt Kuchar rounds out the top five of the standings. 

As we head into the Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, those top five have to be feeling good. If any of them win next week's event, they are guaranteed the FedEx Cup and the $10 million prize that goes along with it. 

However, everyone in the top 30 still has a chance to win the cup. 

As for the lucky 30, things got interesting on that qualifying line as well. 

Luke Donald made the most impressive move. He fired a 67 and 66 in the final two rounds to finish tied for fourth and jump 25 spots in the standings, giving him a chance at the top prize next weekend. 

While next week's Tour Championship doesn't count as a major, the $10 million on the line will have a major impact on the winner. It will make for an interesting and intense four rounds of golf. 

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