PGA Tour Champions Players
Through Dominion Energy Charity Classic
October 15, 2020
Phil Mickelson is close to having enough points to enter the Power Performance Rankings. If he had sufficient points, he would be projected to be in the top three after two victories in his first two starts. However, Jim Furyk and Ernie Els also have two victories this season, and Steve Stricker, who typically takes the fall season off, is still holding down the top spot.
Ernie Els is just 1.59 points behind Stricker, and Jim Furyk, who debuts this week, is 2.94 points behind. The rest of the top five are: Bernhard Langer at No. 4 and Kevin Sutherland at No. 5.
Biggest Moves Up: Kenny Perry, from 31st to 26th; Darren Clarke, from 36th to 32nd.
Biggest Moves Down: Miguel Angel Jimenez, from 6th to 12th; Scott Parel, from 9th to 13th; Colin Montgomerie, from 12th to 16th; Woody Austin, from 14th to 18th; Glen Day, from 19th to 24th; Kirk Triplett, from 31st to 38th; Joe Durant, from 32nd to 43rd.
Debuting: Jim Furyk, Mike Weir, Robert Karlsson
In the chart: Blue bold italic indicates change from last week. Shaded with yellow indicates largest changes. Orange isfor dropped players and Green is for returning or entering players. Red is for winners. $$ column of numbers reflects position on Champions Tour money list. For more information on the Power Performance Rankings, contact Kathy Bissell. Email firstname.lastname@example.org. This system is not compiled by the PGA Tour.
Rankings are based on 12-month performances of Champions Tour players. When a tournament is played, the previous year's results are dropped. Losing a high finish, dropping a low finish, adding a new high finish or a new low finish affects standings. Players must have a minimum number of points to be included in the rankings, but all players are tracked.