Jason Day, who won the RBC Canadian Open on Sunday, jumped from 16th to fourth in the latest FedEx Cup standings.
Day has 1,793 points with two wins and seven Top 10 finishes this year. Bubba Watson, the RBC runner-up, climbed from third to second, becoming the second man to pass the 2,000-point mark this year and leapfrogging Jimmy Walker in the process.
Jordan Spieth remains the overwhelming leader with 3,763 points, a full 1,720 ahead of Watson.
Jim Furyk, who finished fourth at the Canadian Open, moved into the Top 20 from 25th to 19th. The top 125 players in the final FedEx Cup standings qualify for the first of a four-tournament post-season.