Rankings


 

Through Charles Schwab Cup Championship 

November 20, 2020 


2020 Rankings

PGA Tour Champions Players

At the conclusion of the PGA Tour Champions season, Steve Stricker, who has played just five events to date on this year’s calendar, still leads the Power Performance Rankings. 

2020 Rookies, Jim Furyk and Ernie Els are close behind, and when Stricker returns to play, they are sure to contest his No. 1 spot. Rankings, it should be remembered, are calculated over a 12-month period.

The rest of the top ten includes: Ken Tanigawa, Scott McCarron, Bernhard Langer, Kevin Sutherland (the Charles Schwab Cup Championship winner), Fred Couples, David Toms and Retief Goosen.

The PGA Tour Champions tour has combined the 2020 and 2021 seasons for purposes of awarding the Charles Schwab Cup.  That, plus the COVID issue,  may have changed the schedules of many players.

Biggest Moves Up: Tim Petrovic, from 33rd to 29th; Rocco Mediate, from 39th to 34th.

Biggest Moves Down:  Brandt Jobe, from 19th to 24th; Robert Karlsson, from 25th to 34th; Stephen Ames, from 32nd to 40th; Marco Dawson, from 35th to 40th.


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 golfshow4653@gmail.com.  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.