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Rank Player Events Rounds Total Strokes Score Average Actual Earnings
1 Hideki Matsuyama 7 26 1774 68.2 $4,368,498
2 Justin Thomas 7 24 1630 67.9 $3,802,167
3 Jordan Spieth 5 18 1214 67.4 $2,243,900
4 Pat Perez 9 30 2058 68.6 $2,234,435
5 Jon Rahm 7 28 1928 68.9 $1,794,145
6 Brendan Steele 8 30 2069 69.0 $1,743,127
7 Mackenzie Hughes 11 38 2658 69.9 $1,542,646
8 Gary Woodland 7 26 1804 69.4 $1,365,637
9 Charles Howell III 9 32 2192 68.5 $1,322,037
10 Rod Pampling 8 25 1770 70.8 $1,312,387
11 Hudson Swafford 8 28 1947 69.5 $1,251,805
12 Daniel Berger 6 22 1526 69.4 $1,159,711
13 Cody Gribble 10 31 2163 69.8 $1,152,195
14 Adam Hadwin 9 32 2215 69.2 $1,100,901
15 Russell Knox 6 22 1509 68.6 $1,038,334
16 Webb Simpson 9 31 2143 69.1 $962,994
17 Justin Rose 4 14 962 68.7 $927,230
18 Kelly Kraft 9 26 1830 70.4 $922,260
19 Keegan Bradley 9 30 2070 69.0 $910,259
20 Scott Piercy 10 38 2650 69.7 $892,628
21 Luke List 10 34 2340 68.8 $887,278
22 Chris Kirk 9 32 2209 69.0 $834,254
23 C.T. Pan 10 30 2110 70.3 $818,413
24 Brooks Koepka 5 16 1124 70.3 $798,250
25 Henrik Stenson 1 4 272 68.0 $787,000
26 Dustin Johnson 5 16 1115 69.7 $766,600
27 Brian Harman 10 34 2362 69.5 $761,695
28 Martin Laird 8 28 1934 69.1 $749,506
29 Bill Haas 6 22 1505 68.4 $733,707
30 Francesco Molinari 5 18 1245 69.2 $732,363
31 Chez Reavie 9 31 2147 69.3 $716,214
32 Lucas Glover 7 26 1797 69.1 $713,438
33 Patton Kizzire 8 22 1547 70.3 $676,644
34 Brandt Snedeker 6 20 1392 69.6 $651,353
35 Ryan Moore 6 22 1533 69.7 $648,046
36 Tony Finau 10 34 2370 69.7 $644,931
37 Jamie Lovemark 10 33 2293 69.5 $607,499
38 Derek Fathauer 9 29 2042 70.4 $603,207
39 Anirban Lahiri 6 20 1370 68.5 $592,802
40 Kevin Kisner 6 22 1536 69.8 $575,827
41 Paul Casey 7 24 1673 69.7 $552,946
42 J.J. Spaun 10 33 2307 69.9 $548,493
43 Camilo Villegas 8 27 1878 69.6 $538,478
44 Louis Oosthuizen 3 12 843 70.3 $536,914
45 Michael Kim 9 32 2218 69.3 $534,679
46 Rickie Fowler 3 10 690 69.0 $530,133
47 Sean O'Hair 6 23 1600 69.6 $529,549
48 Marc Leishman 6 22 1512 68.7 $519,413
49 Emiliano Grillo 7 27 1884 69.8 $514,936
50 Kevin Streelman 10 33 2317 70.2 $505,886
51 Billy Horschel 7 24 1669 69.5 $494,990
52 Kyle Stanley 8 28 1927 68.8 $492,959
53t Russell Henley 7 25 1716 68.6 $475,390
53t Patrick Rodgers 9 24 1678 69.9 $475,390
55 Ollie Schniederjans 9 28 1959 70.0 $463,016
56 Patrick Reed 7 26 1838 70.7 $456,810
57 Stewart Cink 9 31 2142 69.1 $451,142
58 Jim Herman 9 27 1885 69.8 $445,733
59 Phil Mickelson 6 22 1534 69.7 $441,263
60 Geoff Ogilvy 8 24 1697 70.7 $440,177
61 Kevin Na 8 28 1952 69.7 $425,128
62 Harris English 8 24 1671 69.6 $421,807
63 James Hahn 9 28 1957 69.9 $416,085
64 Jason Day 4 12 841 70.1 $409,800
65 Blayne Barber 8 21 1479 70.4 $409,514
66 Greg Owen 5 15 1051 70.1 $397,700
67 Seung-yul Noh 11 35 2464 70.4 $395,249
68 Cameron Smith 10 36 2506 69.6 $395,064
69 Chad Campbell 10 33 2308 69.9 $393,756
70 Jhonattan Vegas 8 28 1972 70.4 $390,725
71 Nick Taylor 11 35 2460 70.3 $381,723
72 John Huh 10 36 2500 69.4 $379,280
73 Rory McIlroy 1 4 273 68.3 $372,000
74 Bud Cauley 9 24 1680 70.0 $368,587
75 Ryan Blaum 10 35 2456 70.2 $353,650
76 Zach Johnson 4 13 889 68.4 $344,175
77 Graham DeLaet 7 23 1612 70.1 $332,888
78 Byeong-Hun An 5 18 1274 70.8 $330,986
79 Whee Kim 8 26 1818 69.9 $330,220
80 Tyrone Van Aswegen 11 32 2264 70.8 $323,419
81 Shane Lowry 5 17 1195 70.3 $314,677
82 Johnson Wagner 8 21 1487 70.8 $303,008
83 Richy Werenski 9 32 2243 70.1 $302,908
84 Scott Stallings 8 22 1558 70.8 $299,960
85 William McGirt 7 24 1670 69.6 $292,227
86 Jason Kokrak 9 28 1968 70.3 $287,579
87 Robert Garrigus 8 28 1954 69.8 $279,279
88 Michael Thompson 8 24 1681 70.0 $272,871
89 Branden Grace 5 18 1263 70.2 $272,840
90 Sergio Garcia 3 10 691 69.1 $271,500
91 Cameron Percy 7 24 1685 70.2 $270,253
92 Matt Kuchar 6 17 1193 70.2 $268,900
93 Adam Scott 3 10 691 69.1 $268,500
94 Robert Streb 9 29 2036 70.2 $268,400
95 Grayson Murray 8 23 1632 71.0 $266,356
96 Dominic Bozzelli 8 23 1640 71.3 $264,714
97 Martin Flores 8 29 2032 70.1 $261,946
98 Troy Merritt 10 30 2113 70.4 $258,768
99 Si Woo Kim 9 22 1603 72.9 $257,750
100 Trey Mullinax 9 32 2240 70.0 $252,002
101 Billy Hurley III 8 26 1836 70.6 $248,315
102 Ryo Ishikawa 7 22 1549 70.4 $248,173
103 Vaughn Taylor 9 32 2243 70.1 $247,415
104 Brian Stuard 12 37 2608 70.5 $247,311
105 John Peterson 6 18 1259 69.9 $246,728
106 Aaron Baddeley 8 24 1708 71.2 $243,262
107 Rafa Cabrera Bello 2 8 557 69.6 $243,000
108 Sung Kang 11 30 2103 70.1 $242,375
109 Jimmy Walker 7 20 1444 72.2 $230,874
110 Xander Schauffele 9 28 1979 70.7 $226,760
111 J.B. Holmes 5 18 1267 70.4 $208,498
112 Jim Furyk 4 11 765 69.5 $208,434
113 Seamus Power 9 31 2164 69.8 $201,963
114 Shawn Stefani 7 20 1393 69.7 $196,864
115 Ryan Brehm 9 33 2319 70.3 $195,178
116 Brian Gay 7 24 1678 69.9 $193,704
117 Zac Blair 11 38 2659 70.0 $187,719
118 Rory Sabbatini 7 26 1824 70.2 $183,268
119 Matt Jones 5 16 1111 69.4 $180,236
120 Hiroshi Iwata 5 15 1058 70.5 $179,133
121 Tim Wilkinson 7 24 1684 70.2 $176,789
122 Ben Crane 9 26 1821 70.0 $169,222
123 Will MacKenzie 8 27 1906 70.6 $167,012
124 Roberto Castro 7 24 1702 70.9 $165,579
125 Charley Hoffman 9 26 1845 71.0 $162,921
126 Brandon Hagy 8 25 1765 70.6 $158,382
127 Fabian Gomez 8 25 1768 70.7 $155,311
128 Harold Varner III 9 27 1911 70.8 $152,252
129 Daniel Summerhays 8 26 1829 70.3 $145,214
130 Alex Cejka 8 25 1776 71.0 $133,904
131 Andres Gonzales 9 30 2108 70.3 $133,333
132 Nick Watney 6 17 1206 70.9 $131,676
133 Ken Duke 9 30 2120 70.7 $130,471
134 J.T. Poston 10 31 2182 70.4 $128,588
135 Jon Curran 10 33 2331 70.6 $128,092
136 Ian Poulter 4 12 836 69.7 $127,333
137 Cameron Tringale 10 32 2269 70.9 $126,841
138 Jason Dufner 3 10 699 69.9 $125,502
139 Brett Stegmaier 10 30 2141 71.4 $121,304
140 Bubba Watson 4 11 796 72.4 $119,250
141 Kevin Chappell 7 22 1576 71.6 $118,123
142 Steven Alker 9 27 1912 70.8 $115,966
143 Jonas Blixt 9 27 1902 70.4 $115,711
144 Chris Stroud 4 13 915 70.4 $113,470
145 Tag Ridings 7 23 1627 70.7 $109,805
146 Ben Martin 9 26 1844 70.9 $105,801
147 Miguel Angel Carballo 9 25 1787 71.5 $100,092
148 Jason Bohn 9 32 2263 70.7 $99,780
149 Kevin Tway 10 32 2283 71.3 $98,881
150 Peter Malnati 11 33 2351 71.2 $98,506
151 Andres Romero 2 8 550 68.8 $96,468
152 Scott Brown 8 28 1970 70.4 $95,296
153 Kyle Reifers 10 29 2059 71.0 $91,216
154 John Senden 8 26 1852 71.2 $91,144
155 Brad Fritsch 6 20 1420 71.0 $89,626
156 Greg Chalmers 10 25 1790 71.6 $88,704
157 Wesley Bryan 9 27 1894 70.1 $85,490
158 Luke Donald 5 14 980 70.0 $82,353
159 Steve Stricker 2 8 559 69.9 $79,970
160 Jonathan Byrd 3 10 694 69.4 $79,830
161 Nicholas Lindheim 9 26 1857 71.4 $79,823
162 Brian Campbell 7 21 1514 72.1 $78,788
163 Brett Drewitt 6 19 1357 71.4 $73,796
164 Julian Etulain 8 24 1717 71.5 $73,336
165 Steve Marino 9 23 1634 71.0 $72,868
166 Charl Schwartzel 2 6 434 72.3 $72,000
167 Morgan Hoffmann 10 28 2007 71.7 $70,216
168 Andrew Johnston 4 13 945 72.7 $68,534
169 Ryan Armour 6 19 1350 71.1 $67,203
170 Bryce Molder 10 29 2055 70.9 $64,746
171 Mark Hubbard 10 28 2001 71.5 $63,358
172 Soren Kjeldsen 5 13 938 72.2 $62,000
173 Bryson DeChambeau 9 25 1770 70.8 $59,936
174 Graeme McDowell 3 8 552 69.0 $59,675
175 David Lingmerth 5 16 1124 70.3 $58,219
176 Spencer Levin 12 34 2434 71.6 $57,170
177 Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 9 26 1841 70.8 $56,133
178 D.A. Points 6 18 1272 70.7 $54,783
179 J.J. Henry 10 28 2001 71.5 $54,733
180 Vijay Singh 6 17 1211 71.2 $50,303
181 Danny Lee 9 22 1570 71.4 $50,278
182 Mark Wilson 5 15 1060 70.7 $47,390
183 Ricky Barnes 10 27 1922 71.2 $47,087
184 Smylie Kaufman 7 21 1503 71.6 $44,676
185 Steve Wheatcroft 4 12 859 71.6 $42,958
186 Danny Willett 1 4 302 75.5 $42,750
187 Brendon de Jonge 4 11 791 71.9 $40,833
188 Y.E. Yang 1 4 269 67.3 $39,100
189 Sebastian Munoz 5 16 1148 71.8 $34,838
190 Boo Weekley 9 23 1639 71.3 $30,674
191 Tyler Aldridge 4 11 787 71.5 $30,437
192 Carl Pettersson 9 22 1572 71.5 $30,390
193 Hunter Mahan 9 24 1740 72.5 $27,805
194 Ernie Els 5 14 1003 71.6 $27,308
195 David Hearn 9 23 1640 71.3 $27,006
196 Dicky Pride 1 4 281 70.3 $26,705
197 Tom Hoge 3 8 567 70.9 $26,640
198 Chad Collins 9 24 1730 72.1 $24,188
199 Jonathan Randolph 7 20 1444 72.2 $23,744
200 Davis Love III 2 6 418 69.7 $23,100
201 Bob Estes 6 16 1143 71.4 $19,845
202t Jerry Kelly 5 14 999 71.4 $19,830
202t Michael Putnam 2 7 499 71.3 $19,830
204t Patrick Cantlay 1 4 284 71.0 $17,897
204t Joel Dahmen 4 11 783 71.2 $17,897
206 Mark Anderson 6 16 1150 71.9 $16,536
207 Chesson Hadley 2 6 418 69.7 $16,253
208 Rick Lamb 7 17 1236 72.7 $15,408
209 Charlie Beljan 3 9 650 72.2 $13,869
210 Colt Knost 5 11 792 72.0 $13,580
211t Michael Bradley 1 4 283 70.8 $13,514
211t John Merrick 3 8 577 72.1 $13,514
211t Zack Sucher 8 20 1439 72.0 $13,514
214 K.J. Choi 8 19 1365 71.8 $13,300
215 Sam Saunders 5 14 997 71.2 $13,200
216 Steven Bowditch 9 21 1572 74.9 $12,586
217 Fred Funk 1 3 207 69.0 $11,280
218t Angel Cabrera 3 9 645 71.7 $9,984
218t Bill Lunde 1 4 284 71.0 $9,984
218t George McNeill 2 6 422 70.3 $9,984
218t Tim Petrovic 1 4 284 71.0 $9,984
218t David Toms 3 8 569 71.1 $9,984
223t Eric Axley 2 6 423 70.5 $9,198
223t Charlie Wi 1 4 285 71.3 $9,198
223t Bobby Wyatt 7 18 1300 72.2 $9,198
226t Tommy Gainey 3 8 578 72.3 $8,736
226t John Rollins 1 4 286 71.5 $8,736
228 Robert Allenby 1 4 287 71.8 $8,526
229 Stuart Appleby 5 12 869 72.4 $8,064
230 Craig Barlow 1 4 295 73.8 $7,896
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