Robert Streb leads the FedExCup race by 76 points through the first seven events. (Pictured by Getty Images)

Behind three top-10 finishes and a victory, Robert Streb has taken the early FedExCup points lead as the 2014-15 PGA TOUR season hits winter break.

Streb leads the TOUR in top-10 finishes, most rounds in the 60s (13) and the all-around ranking. He’s done it with a combination of strong driving (13th in total driving), great chipping (27th in scrambling) and impressive putting (10th in strokes gained).

Here are some other stats nuggets through seven events of the 2014-15 PGA TOUR season:


Four of the six winners of last year’s fall events earned trips to the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola, with two others finishing inside the top 40. Here is a look at the current FedExCup rank of the past seven winners on TOUR.

Tournament Winner Current FEC rank Open Sang-Moon Bae 2
Shriners Hospitals for Children Open Ben Martin 3
The McGladrey Classic Robert Streb 1
CIMB Classic Ryan Moore 5
Sanderson Farms Nick Taylor 12
WGC-HSBC Champions Bubba Watson 4
OHL Classic at Mayakoba Charley Hoffman 6

Source: PGA TOUR


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