2011 Presidents Cup standings

Updated: September 18, 2011, 9:27 PM ET
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2011 U.S. Presidents Cup team

The top 10 U.S. players who earned the most official PGA Tour money beginning with the 2009 Wyndham Championship through the 2011 BMW Championship qualified.
From 2009-2010, $1 = 1 point. In 2011, $1 = 2 points.

1. Matt Kuchar, $14,530,849
2. Sticker Stricker, $13,956,355
3. Dustin Johnson, $13,444,489
4. Webb Simpson, $12,716,373
5. Nick Watney, $12,402,128
6. Phil Mickelson, $12,358,553
7. Bubba Watson, $10,040,725
8. David Toms, $9,370,295
9. Hunter Mahan, $9,206,692
10. Jim Furyk, $9,122,802

The players below are the next five closest golfers who nearly made the U.S. Presidents Cup team. Fred Couples has two captain's picks he'll make on Sept. 27, although he's already said he'll use one on Tiger Woods.

11. Brandt Snedeker, $9,035,151
12. Bill Haas, $8,814,497
13. Bo Van Pelt, $7,958,543
14. Jason Dufner, $7,704,208
15. Rickie Fowler, $7,597,561

2011 International Presidents Cup team
The top-10 non-American players in the world rankings (who are not eligible for the Ryder Cup) after the BMW Championship automatically qualified.

1. Jason Day, Australia, 5.998
2. Adam Scott, Australia, 5.623
3. Charl Schwartzel, South Africa, 4.985
4. K.J. Choi, South Korea, 4.526
5. Kim Kyung-Tae, South Korea, 3.726
6. Retief Goosen, South Africa, 3.264
7. Geoff Ogilvy, Australia, 3.182
8. Ernie Els, South Africa, 3.137
9. Y.E. Yang, South Korea, 3.108
10. Ryo Ishikawa, Japan, 2.942

The players below are the next five closest golfers who nearly made the International Presidents Cup team. Greg Norman has two captain's picks he'll make on Sept. 27.

11. Louis Oosthuizen, South Africa, 2.733
12. Tim Clark *, South Africa, 2.567
13. Robert Allenby, Australia, 2.559
14. Aaron Baddeley, Australia, 2.555
15. Vijay Singh, Fiji, 2.540

* Clark, who is out with an injury, will serve as a vice-captain to Norman.

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