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PGA Tour Career Money List

 

Below are the all-time leaders in earnings on the PGA Tour, the tour's career money list.

The list below is updated through April 23, 2015. We'll update it periodically as any significant changes occur in the rankings.

See the notes at the bottom on how the PGA Tour uses its career money leaders list for exemptions.

1. Tiger Woods, $109,767,414
2. Phil Mickelson, $76,504,072
3. Vijay Singh, $68,950,310
4. Jim Furyk, $63,456,294
5. Ernie Els, $48,022,652
6. Davis Love III, $43,050,790
7. Steve Stricker, $40,742,840
8. David Toms, $40,584,204
9. Sergio Garcia, $38,917,451
10. Adam Scott, $37,839,751
11. Zach Johnson, $34,603,046
12. Justin Leonard, $33,421,176
13. Stewart Cink, $33,027,602
14. Luke Donald, $32,664,018
15. Matt Kuchar, $32,472,876
16. Kenny Perry, $32,020,180
17. K.J. Choi, $30,291,363
18. Justin Rose, $30,214,533
19. Retief Goosen, $29,241,320
20. Stuart Appleby, $28,913,129
21. Hunter Mahan, $28,795,347
22. Geoff Ogilvy, $28,608,501
23. Charles Howell III, $28,536,156
24. Rory Sabbatini, $28,473,888
25. Mike Weir, $27,943,673
26. Bubba Watson, $27,776,846
27. Scott Verplank, $27,485,943
28. Robert Allenby, $27,357,500
29. Dustin Johnson, $27,148,210
30. Jerry Kelly, $26,711,226
31. Brandt Snedeker, $25,098,358
32. Rory McIlroy, $24,234,632
33. Mark Calcavecchia, $24,216,436
34. Tim Clark, $23,801,536
35. Padraig Harrington, $23,687,372
36. Nick Watney, $23,408,000
37. Chris DiMarco, $22,656,443
38. Fred Couples, $22,595,874
39. Chad Campbell, $22,506,267
40. Bill Haas, $22,072,083
41. Bob Estes, $21,536,179
42. Tom Lehman, $21,495,878
43. Carl Pettersson, $21,478,529
44. Fred Funk, $21,271,495
45. Ryan Moore, $20,737,821
46. Nick Price, $20,576,104
47. Billy Mayfair, $20,250,901
48. Bo Van Pelt, $20,089,827
49. Stephen Ames, $19,718,160
50. Jason Day, $19,665,458

Does the career money list have any important role to play for current PGA Tour players? Yes - some players are able to retain their playing privileges by virtue of appearing on the list above.

There are two exemption categories relating to the career money list: Top 25 All-Time and Top 50 All-Time. Say there's a player, Golfer X, who has a bad season and loses his tour card. But he's No. 23 on the career money list - has can claim the Top 25 All-Time exemption and keep his tour membership for another year. Same for a golfer who is, say, No. 46 - that golfer could claim the Top 25 career earnings exemption to keep his playing card, if need be.

And yes, the same golfer can use both exemptions. David Duval did that in back-to-back years: He used the Top 25 exemption first; the next season, he had fallen out of the Top 25 but was still in the Top 50, so was able to use that one.

The catch is that each of these exemptions can only be used once.

Related Pages:
European Tour career money list
LPGA Tour career money list
PGA Tour annual money leaders

 

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