I hope you've got some starts left for McIlroy this season, as he's showing no signs of letting up. He's not even playing this week and he's probably got a chance to win. Try not to think I'm too crazy though when you see my top 10 overall, as, somehow, his finishes in the total accrual don't get him there. Really though, that was probably one of the most exciting finishes to a major in recent memory, and definitely in the last year. Rickie Fowler continued his great run of play in the majors while Phil Mickelson looked a little bit like Lefty of recent past. This playoff season should be great, and with one more tournament before it kicks off, the Wyndham is the last chance to make it in.

Through mysticism, wisdom, arbitrary numbers pulled from thin air, and some serious number crunching, I assign each player a number, called The Aggregate, each week. That number, out of 100 with lower being better, is a collection of rankings and statistics that generally tell how a player has performed in the recent past and, for fantasy teams, can indicate whether is player is getting hot or cooling off. As I update my Excel Spre- *ahem*- Ancient Book of Knowledge with each week's performances, a differential is generated based on where they were, and where they may be going. One thing you'll notice, based on how the system works, is that the week's winner may not be the top mover. For my power rankings, I take this aggregate and combine it with past performance at that tournament to find my list.

Included below are my top 10 players overall, as well. Some of these players may appear here but not my Power Rankings, depending on how their tournament history affects their positioning and whether they're playing this week. This Top 10 should provide clearer insight as to how a player has been performing over the recent past. 

Top 10 Movers
  1. Hunter Mahan - (+18.6) to 35.6
  2. Ernie Els - (+18.6) to 37.2
  3. Lee Westwood - (+17) to 66.8
  4. Bernd Wiesberger - (+17) to 54.8
  5. Joost Luiten - (+14.8) to 50.2
  6. Thorbjorn Olesen - (+14) to 68.2
  7. Jonas Blixt - (+12.8) to 65.8
  8. Vijay Singh - (+12.8) to 62
  9. Luke Donald - (+11.8) to 54.2
  10. Koumei Oda - (+11.8) to 36.8
Top 10 Losers
  1. Martin Kaymer - (-19.8) to 67.6
  2. Erik Compton - (-19.6) to 89.2
  3. K.J. Choi - (-19.6) to 86
  4. Matt Every - (-19.4) to 71.2
  5. Thomas Bjorn - (-18.4) to 53
  6. Kevin Na - (-17.6) to 48.4
  7. Chesson Hadley - (-17.4) to 100
  8. Ben Martin - (-17.4) to 65.8
  9. Jordan Spieth - (-16.6) to 40.6
  10. Charley Hoffman - (-16.2) to 59.2
Top 10 Overall
  1. Rickie Fowler - 4.6
  2. Jim Furyk - 7.6
  3. Adam Scott - 8.2
  4. Justin Rose - 10.6
  5. Sergio Garcia - 10.8
  6. Henrik Stenson - 13.4
  7. Ryan Moore - 14.6
  8. Graeme McDowell - 14.8
  9. Phil Mickelson - 15.8
  10. Robert Karlsson - 18.6
Kyle Donovan