The 2019 portion of the U.S. Ryder Cup points race for the 2020 matches at Whistling Straits has been completed and sets up an exciting eight-month sprint to the finish line.
In 2019, points were awarded based on earnings received in the four major championships, The Players Championship and the four World Golf Championship events.
Brooks Koepka enters 2020 with an incredible lead on the field thanks to his PGA Championship victory at Bethpage Black and win at the WGC-St. Jude Invitational. He also finished T2 at the Masters, second at the U.S. Open and T4 at the Open Championship.
Dustin Johnson follows in second place with his runner-up finishes at the Masters and PGA Championship to go with a victory at the WGC-Mexico Championship.
U.S. Open champion Gary Woodland and Masters champion Tiger Woods round out the top four.
The top 8 players heading into the 2020 schedule are:
In 2020, the race heats up with points available for weekly PGA Tour events and premium points added for the majors, The Players and WGC events. Here’s a full look at the points and how players will qualify for the team.
Check out the latest standings for the team here.
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