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Rank Player Events Rounds Total Strokes Score Average Actual Earnings
1 Dustin Johnson 7 22 1520 69.1 $5,346,600
2 Hideki Matsuyama 10 34 2345 69.0 $4,529,757
3 Justin Thomas 11 34 2328 68.5 $4,203,395
4 Jon Rahm 9 32 2200 68.8 $3,336,145
5 Adam Hadwin 11 42 2904 69.1 $2,584,221
6 Pat Perez 12 40 2773 69.3 $2,556,033
7 Jordan Spieth 7 24 1632 68.0 $2,514,133
8 Marc Leishman 9 30 2067 68.9 $2,284,245
9 Gary Woodland 11 38 2648 69.7 $2,070,260
10 Brendan Steele 11 40 2770 69.3 $2,000,255
11 Rickie Fowler 6 22 1519 69.0 $1,987,358
12 Bill Haas 9 32 2205 68.9 $1,657,659
13 Charles Howell III 13 46 3190 69.3 $1,652,781
14 Mackenzie Hughes 14 48 3379 70.4 $1,626,394
15 Kevin Kisner 10 34 2371 69.7 $1,605,247
16 Hudson Swafford 11 38 2656 69.9 $1,506,355
17 Justin Rose 6 24 1663 69.3 $1,429,980
18 Rod Pampling 10 31 2203 71.1 $1,333,838
19 Daniel Berger 10 30 2090 69.7 $1,328,336
20 Francesco Molinari 9 30 2081 69.4 $1,246,747
21 Charley Hoffman 11 34 2407 70.8 $1,204,146
22 Cody Gribble 13 39 2747 70.4 $1,164,995
23 Russell Knox 10 30 2094 69.8 $1,146,834
24 Lucas Glover 10 38 2635 69.3 $1,133,638
25 Luke List 14 50 3467 69.3 $1,072,189
26 Webb Simpson 12 39 2718 69.7 $1,059,173
27 Rory McIlroy 4 12 826 68.8 $1,040,467
28 Paul Casey 11 38 2655 69.9 $1,021,559
29 Brandt Snedeker 9 28 1953 69.8 $1,014,183
30 Scott Piercy 13 44 3077 69.9 $1,012,628
31 Brooks Koepka 9 24 1707 71.1 $1,011,750
32 Keegan Bradley 12 42 2933 69.8 $1,003,305
33 Henrik Stenson 4 10 697 69.7 $990,175
34 Phil Mickelson 8 28 1948 69.6 $987,049
35 Martin Laird 10 36 2507 69.6 $973,585
36 Tony Finau 12 42 2930 69.8 $954,786
37 Brian Harman 13 44 3074 69.9 $941,332
38 Kelly Kraft 12 33 2340 70.9 $935,427
39 Ryan Moore 10 34 2383 70.1 $925,724
40 Emiliano Grillo 11 39 2732 70.1 $913,277
41 Kevin Na 12 38 2669 70.2 $910,753
42 Jhonattan Vegas 11 38 2670 70.3 $902,533
43 Billy Horschel 10 34 2374 69.8 $890,115
44 Jim Herman 12 39 2725 69.9 $878,152
45 C.T. Pan 13 40 2828 70.7 $865,974
46 Chris Kirk 12 40 2790 69.8 $840,584
47 Wesley Bryan 13 45 3156 70.1 $820,194
48 Louis Oosthuizen 7 24 1693 70.5 $807,576
49 Scott Brown 12 42 2968 70.7 $764,889
50 Chez Reavie 11 37 2577 69.6 $755,560
51 Anirban Lahiri 8 28 1945 69.5 $754,842
52 Jamie Lovemark 13 45 3143 69.8 $749,503
53 Ollie Schniederjans 12 40 2808 70.2 $725,531
54 Sean O'Hair 10 35 2465 70.4 $722,874
55 Patton Kizzire 11 32 2278 71.2 $704,032
56 Russell Henley 10 37 2563 69.3 $699,097
57 Patrick Cantlay 2 8 555 69.4 $698,297
58 Kyle Stanley 11 40 2778 69.5 $675,274
59 J.J. Spaun 14 47 3297 70.1 $672,829
60 Michael Kim 12 42 2933 69.8 $667,193
61 Graham DeLaet 11 37 2595 70.1 $664,168
62 Morgan Hoffmann 13 38 2716 71.5 $648,189
63 Stewart Cink 12 45 3129 69.5 $635,726
64 Dominic Bozzelli 11 31 2197 70.9 $630,114
65 Derek Fathauer 12 37 2634 71.2 $620,433
66 Zach Johnson 8 25 1750 70.0 $609,429
67 Kevin Streelman 12 41 2894 70.6 $608,336
68 Patrick Reed 10 36 2554 70.9 $602,091
69 Sergio Garcia 6 20 1387 69.4 $596,426
70 D.A. Points 7 22 1540 70.0 $594,783
71 Jimmy Walker 10 30 2137 71.2 $593,374
72 John Huh 13 48 3359 70.0 $590,878
73 Adam Scott 5 20 1390 69.5 $583,900
74 Seung-yul Noh 15 49 3459 70.6 $577,119
75 Matt Kuchar 9 27 1894 70.1 $559,697
76 Chad Campbell 13 43 3019 70.2 $554,266
77 Jason Day 6 18 1273 70.7 $551,570
78 Patrick Rodgers 12 32 2277 71.2 $540,373
79 Camilo Villegas 11 33 2322 70.4 $538,478
80 William McGirt 11 32 2241 70.0 $525,852
81 Jason Dufner 7 22 1533 69.7 $512,874
82 James Hahn 11 38 2672 70.3 $505,166
83 Cameron Smith 12 46 3220 70.0 $500,535
84 Soren Kjeldsen 9 25 1782 71.3 $498,006
85 Byeong-Hun An 9 32 2279 71.2 $489,012
86 Charl Schwartzel 6 18 1283 71.3 $482,295
87 Harris English 11 34 2392 70.4 $475,169
88 Branden Grace 9 27 1914 70.9 $471,824
89 Blayne Barber 11 33 2341 70.9 $463,192
90 Whee Kim 11 35 2448 69.9 $454,980
91 J.T. Poston 13 45 3154 70.1 $441,955
92 Geoff Ogilvy 10 28 2000 71.4 $440,177
93 Bud Cauley 12 36 2541 70.6 $438,602
94 J.B. Holmes 7 24 1684 70.2 $429,940
95 Rafa Cabrera Bello 5 16 1120 70.0 $428,468
96 Tyrone Van Aswegen 14 45 3188 70.8 $423,148
97 Ryan Blaum 13 47 3296 70.1 $420,242
98 Nick Taylor 13 43 3033 70.5 $411,235
99 Greg Owen 7 20 1412 70.6 $403,490
100 Si Woo Kim 14 33 2415 73.2 $397,079
101 Nick Watney 8 27 1901 70.4 $390,876
102 Jason Kokrak 11 38 2689 70.8 $385,886
103 Bubba Watson 8 21 1512 72.0 $384,253
104 Jim Furyk 7 21 1481 70.5 $377,614
105 Scott Stallings 11 31 2204 71.1 $376,812
106 Shane Lowry 6 17 1195 70.3 $368,749
107 Cameron Tringale 13 44 3120 70.9 $352,605
108 Graeme McDowell 7 24 1684 70.2 $344,740
109 Brian Stuard 15 49 3462 70.7 $341,721
110 Michael Thompson 11 32 2253 70.4 $337,157
111 Sung Kang 14 42 2947 70.2 $329,552
112 Martin Flores 11 37 2596 70.2 $326,232
113 Vaughn Taylor 11 38 2674 70.4 $324,845
114 Bryson DeChambeau 12 35 2466 70.5 $323,282
115 Cameron Percy 9 30 2105 70.2 $311,829
116 Billy Hurley III 11 36 2550 70.8 $309,790
117 Richy Werenski 12 39 2747 70.4 $308,698
118 J.J. Henry 13 40 2837 70.9 $303,213
119 Johnson Wagner 10 25 1773 70.9 $303,008
120 Robert Garrigus 11 36 2528 70.2 $294,053
121 Ryo Ishikawa 10 32 2268 70.9 $289,059
122 Brandon Hagy 11 35 2479 70.8 $280,237
123 Troy Merritt 12 36 2553 70.9 $278,169
124 Aaron Baddeley 10 30 2140 71.3 $276,322
125 John Peterson 8 24 1676 69.8 $271,028
126 Robert Streb 11 33 2326 70.5 $268,400
127 Alex Cejka 11 37 2626 71.0 $267,453
128 Grayson Murray 11 29 2080 71.7 $266,356
129 Trey Mullinax 12 40 2809 70.2 $261,326
130 Chad Collins 12 32 2291 71.6 $256,188
131 Kevin Chappell 10 30 2155 71.8 $252,702
132 Xander Schauffele 11 34 2398 70.5 $246,710
133 Seamus Power 12 39 2732 70.1 $241,309
134 Danny Lee 13 36 2559 71.1 $235,248
135 Bill Lunde 2 8 554 69.3 $233,984
136 Harold Varner III 13 41 2902 70.8 $233,891
137 Tim Wilkinson 10 32 2245 70.2 $230,347
138 Zac Blair 14 48 3371 70.2 $230,169
139 Roberto Castro 9 30 2135 71.2 $224,579
140 Retief Goosen 8 18 1297 72.1 $224,000
141 Luke Donald 7 22 1543 70.1 $221,185
142 Greg Chalmers 13 35 2501 71.5 $220,780
143 David Hearn 13 39 2762 70.8 $215,436
144 Shawn Stefani 10 28 1959 70.0 $213,844
145 Ben Crane 12 38 2684 70.6 $211,660
146 Ryan Brehm 11 39 2751 70.5 $208,106
147 Brian Gay 9 30 2105 70.2 $207,720
148 Chris Stroud 5 17 1187 69.8 $203,470
149 Ian Poulter 8 26 1831 70.4 $202,965
150 Fabian Gomez 11 35 2480 70.9 $198,142
151 Rory Sabbatini 9 32 2243 70.1 $196,168
152 Jonas Blixt 12 36 2539 70.5 $181,741
153 Matt Jones 6 18 1253 69.6 $180,236
154 Hiroshi Iwata 6 17 1205 70.9 $179,133
155 Daniel Summerhays 11 36 2552 70.9 $176,169
156 Will MacKenzie 10 33 2330 70.6 $174,281
157 Brett Stegmaier 13 40 2848 71.2 $155,856
158 Ben Martin 11 34 2419 71.1 $153,635
159 Danny Willett 4 10 738 73.8 $151,500
160 Andres Gonzales 11 36 2530 70.3 $150,313
161 Kyle Reifers 14 41 2918 71.2 $143,451
162 Sam Saunders 8 24 1703 71.0 $139,976
163 Andrew Johnston 5 17 1218 71.6 $132,820
164 Ken Duke 12 36 2562 71.2 $130,471
165 Jon Curran 11 35 2474 70.7 $128,092
166 Steven Alker 11 33 2332 70.7 $125,290
167 Miguel Angel Carballo 10 29 2063 71.1 $120,042
168 Kevin Tway 11 36 2560 71.1 $115,861
169 Tag Ridings 8 26 1840 70.8 $115,595
170 David Lingmerth 8 26 1851 71.2 $114,617
171 Peter Malnati 13 39 2780 71.3 $113,346
172 Julian Etulain 9 28 1991 71.1 $112,593
173 K.J. Choi 10 25 1791 71.6 $111,300
174 John Senden 11 34 2419 71.1 $104,044
175 Jason Bohn 11 36 2552 70.9 $99,780
176 Brad Fritsch 7 24 1699 70.8 $98,950
177 Nicholas Lindheim 10 30 2134 71.1 $96,803
178 Andres Romero 3 10 696 69.6 $96,468
179 Tom Hoge 4 12 840 70.0 $90,926
180 Mark Wilson 7 21 1482 70.6 $88,222
181 Steve Marino 11 29 2060 71.0 $85,768
182 Jonathan Byrd 4 13 908 69.8 $85,380
183 Brian Campbell 8 25 1796 71.8 $85,358
184 Mark Anderson 7 20 1423 71.2 $80,821
185 Brett Drewitt 8 25 1785 71.4 $80,126
186 Steve Stricker 3 10 703 70.3 $79,970
187 Boo Weekley 13 37 2640 71.4 $78,008
188 Bryce Molder 12 35 2484 71.0 $77,646
189 Mark Hubbard 13 36 2591 72.0 $77,638
190 Ryan Armour 8 25 1771 70.8 $74,472
191 Steve Wheatcroft 7 22 1577 71.7 $69,628
192 Spencer Levin 15 42 3008 71.6 $63,260
193 Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 10 30 2124 70.8 $62,463
194 Ricky Barnes 13 35 2489 71.1 $53,837
195 Vijay Singh 8 21 1505 71.7 $50,303
196 Hunter Mahan 11 32 2312 72.3 $48,106
197 Jonathan Randolph 8 24 1719 71.6 $48,044
198 Ryan Palmer 6 18 1282 71.2 $45,436
199 Smylie Kaufman 10 27 1946 72.1 $44,676
200 Carl Pettersson 12 30 2150 71.7 $44,086
201 Tyler Aldridge 5 15 1065 71.0 $43,337
202 Brendon de Jonge 5 13 940 72.3 $40,833
203 Y.E. Yang 2 6 412 68.7 $39,100
204 Sebastian Munoz 6 18 1290 71.7 $34,838
205 Dicky Pride 2 8 565 70.6 $32,795
206 Ernie Els 8 20 1439 72.0 $27,308
207 Padraig Harrington 5 13 935 71.9 $25,228
208 Willy Wilcox 4 9 645 71.7 $24,300
209 Joel Dahmen 5 14 998 71.3 $23,267
210 Davis Love III 2 6 418 69.7 $23,100
211 Rick Lamb 8 21 1518 72.3 $21,978
212 Chesson Hadley 3 9 632 70.2 $21,803
213t John Merrick 4 12 857 71.4 $20,782
213t Zack Sucher 9 24 1719 71.6 $20,782
215 Bob Estes 6 16 1143 71.4 $19,845
216t Jerry Kelly 5 14 999 71.4 $19,830
216t Michael Putnam 2 7 499 71.3 $19,830
218t Matt Every 13 29 2154 74.3 $18,531
218t Tim Herron 3 8 590 73.8 $18,531
220 Bobby Wyatt 8 22 1583 72.0 $15,528
221 Charlie Beljan 3 9 650 72.2 $13,869
222 Colt Knost 5 11 792 72.0 $13,580
223 Michael Bradley 2 6 428 71.3 $13,514
224 Steven Bowditch 13 29 2171 74.9 $12,586
225 Fred Funk 1 3 207 69.0 $11,280
226t Angel Cabrera 4 11 788 71.6 $9,984
226t George McNeill 4 10 711 71.1 $9,984
226t Tim Petrovic 1 4 284 71.0 $9,984
226t David Toms 3 8 569 71.1 $9,984
230t Eric Axley 2 6 423 70.5 $9,198
230t Charlie Wi 1 4 285 71.3 $9,198
232t Tommy Gainey 3 8 578 72.3 $8,736
232t John Rollins 1 4 286 71.5 $8,736
234 Robert Allenby 1 4 287 71.8 $8,526
235 Stuart Appleby 6 14 1013 72.4 $8,064
236 Craig Barlow 1 4 295 73.8 $7,896
237 Freddie Jacobson 3 8 577 72.1 $6,750
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