Rankings


 

Through The Senior Open Championship     

August 15, 2019 


2019 Rankings

PGA Tour Champions Players

Steve Stricker is still in the top spot in the Power Performance Rankings even though he did not play the Senior Open Championship.  Bernhard Langer won and maintained his status at No. 4.  Retief Goosen, with a third-place finish, moved into No. 2 slot.  David Toms stayed at No.3.

There were many changes since the tournament is a senior major and is worth 1.5x points compared to regular tournaments.

Biggest Moves Up: Tim Petrovic, from 33rd to 15th; Paul Broadhurst, from 35th to 27th;  David Frost, from 41st to 34th;  Daren Clarke, from 43rd to 37th.
 
Biggest Moves Down:  Miguel Angel Jimenez, from 14th to 21st; Stephen Ames, from 21st to 32nd; Jay Haas, from 24th to 28th; Vijay Singh, from 29th to 33rd; Olin Browne, from 38th to 42nd.
 
Debuting: Ken Duke


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.