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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 12 39 2701 69.3 $4,762,957
3 Justin Thomas 13 39 2688 68.9 $4,308,995
4 Jon Rahm 11 40 2770 69.3 $3,596,245
5 Jordan Spieth 10 31 2131 68.7 $2,747,333
6 Justin Rose 9 33 2295 69.5 $2,729,980
7 Pat Perez 14 48 3349 69.8 $2,717,338
8 Adam Hadwin 14 54 3773 69.9 $2,714,187
9 Rickie Fowler 9 31 2149 69.3 $2,626,558
10 Sergio Garcia 7 24 1666 69.4 $2,576,426
11 Marc Leishman 11 38 2645 69.6 $2,342,549
12 Russell Henley 14 50 3469 69.4 $2,242,347
13 Brendan Steele 14 49 3426 69.9 $2,091,499
14 Gary Woodland 13 41 2877 70.2 $2,070,260
15 Wesley Bryan 15 50 3498 70.0 $1,990,194
16 Brooks Koepka 12 33 2340 70.9 $1,914,550
17 Kevin Kisner 13 43 3013 70.1 $1,759,992
18 Hudson Swafford 14 45 3155 70.1 $1,758,355
19 Kevin Chappell 14 43 3076 71.5 $1,745,208
20 Bill Haas 11 38 2646 69.6 $1,710,597
21 Charles Howell III 15 54 3758 69.6 $1,696,171
22 Daniel Berger 13 39 2729 70.0 $1,686,436
23 Mackenzie Hughes 18 57 4044 70.9 $1,680,103
24 Luke List 17 58 4027 69.4 $1,478,189
25 Paul Casey 12 42 2939 70.0 $1,417,559
26 Sung Kang 18 55 3849 70.0 $1,400,322
27 Rory McIlroy 5 16 1111 69.4 $1,395,217
28 Charley Hoffman 16 49 3483 71.1 $1,385,183
29 Rod Pampling 12 37 2633 71.2 $1,383,888
30 Francesco Molinari 11 38 2651 69.8 $1,373,897
31 Tony Finau 15 51 3564 69.9 $1,350,506
32 Ryan Moore 12 42 2954 70.3 $1,317,424
33 Russell Knox 13 37 2595 70.1 $1,260,879
34 Charl Schwartzel 7 22 1565 71.1 $1,230,295
35 Brandt Snedeker 11 36 2520 70.0 $1,206,328
36 Cody Gribble 16 46 3259 70.8 $1,179,555
37 Matt Kuchar 13 41 2893 70.6 $1,179,470
38 Webb Simpson 14 45 3146 69.9 $1,173,219
39 Lucas Glover 13 45 3129 69.5 $1,168,831
40 Ollie Schniederjans 16 51 3581 70.2 $1,147,231
41 Keegan Bradley 16 53 3717 70.1 $1,132,909
42 Brian Harman 16 51 3568 70.0 $1,123,332
43 Phil Mickelson 10 36 2526 70.2 $1,108,399
44 Martin Laird 12 44 3077 69.9 $1,070,805
45 Patrick Cantlay 5 17 1181 69.5 $1,064,997
46 Jhonattan Vegas 15 49 3463 70.7 $1,048,013
47 Scott Piercy 15 48 3378 70.4 $1,012,628
48 Henrik Stenson 7 15 1070 71.3 $990,175
49 William McGirt 14 41 2879 70.2 $969,452
50 Jim Herman 16 48 3382 70.5 $961,852
51 Emiliano Grillo 12 43 3032 70.5 $941,877
52 Kevin Na 14 44 3101 70.5 $937,403
53 Luke Donald 11 33 2330 70.6 $937,255
54 Kelly Kraft 16 40 2858 71.5 $935,427
55 J.J. Spaun 18 60 4220 70.3 $927,804
56 Billy Horschel 14 43 3030 70.5 $905,865
57 Kyle Stanley 14 49 3406 69.5 $899,444
58 Adam Scott 7 26 1821 70.0 $891,900
59 C.T. Pan 17 49 3476 70.9 $883,578
60 Graham DeLaet 13 42 2940 70.0 $881,918
61 Jimmy Walker 13 41 2929 71.4 $875,181
62 Louis Oosthuizen 9 29 2058 71.0 $853,776
63 Chris Kirk 15 45 3152 70.0 $840,584
64 Jason Dufner 11 35 2451 70.0 $836,069
65 Branden Grace 13 40 2833 70.8 $818,969
66 Michael Kim 16 51 3579 70.2 $814,193
67 Jamie Lovemark 16 53 3728 70.3 $784,671
68 Anirban Lahiri 10 36 2525 70.1 $784,474
69 Scott Brown 15 48 3401 70.9 $778,329
70 Bud Cauley 16 47 3314 70.5 $775,602
71 Chez Reavie 14 42 2937 69.9 $755,560
72 Stewart Cink 15 55 3841 69.8 $748,955
73 Cameron Smith 16 57 3993 70.1 $745,460
74 Sean O'Hair 12 41 2905 70.9 $739,977
75 Patton Kizzire 14 39 2772 71.1 $739,224
76 Camilo Villegas 14 40 2818 70.5 $693,478
77 John Huh 16 58 4072 70.2 $679,098
78 Morgan Hoffmann 17 47 3370 71.7 $676,889
79 Derek Fathauer 15 45 3209 71.3 $669,066
80 Jason Day 8 23 1634 71.0 $657,170
81 D.A. Points 10 30 2113 70.4 $648,492
82 Dominic Bozzelli 14 38 2711 71.3 $642,514
83 Kevin Streelman 15 50 3546 70.9 $639,792
84 Aaron Baddeley 13 40 2845 71.1 $636,322
85 Brian Gay 11 38 2660 70.0 $626,195
86 Chad Campbell 16 53 3728 70.3 $625,579
87 Zach Johnson 10 29 2049 70.7 $609,429
88 Patrick Reed 14 43 3067 71.3 $602,091
89 Seung-yul Noh 18 55 3899 70.9 $589,929
90 Byeong-Hun An 12 41 2935 71.6 $572,890
91 Soren Kjeldsen 12 34 2441 71.8 $564,088
92 Nick Taylor 17 56 3957 70.7 $557,511
93 James Hahn 14 48 3401 70.9 $555,269
94 Blayne Barber 15 46 3273 71.2 $548,142
95 Patrick Rodgers 13 33 2349 71.2 $540,373
96 Geoff Ogilvy 14 39 2786 71.4 $536,046
97 J.T. Poston 16 54 3799 70.4 $499,865
98 Michael Thompson 15 43 3038 70.7 $499,626
99 Harris English 14 41 2898 70.7 $490,219
100 Kevin Tway 13 41 2910 71.0 $475,461
101 Zac Blair 18 59 4147 70.3 $475,362
102 Ryan Blaum 17 58 4083 70.4 $469,882
103 J.B. Holmes 10 31 2203 71.1 $460,080
104 Si Woo Kim 18 41 3007 73.3 $456,599
105 Whee Kim 15 42 2956 70.4 $454,980
106 Tyrone Van Aswegen 18 56 3979 71.1 $453,588
107 Graeme McDowell 9 32 2250 70.3 $431,100
108 Rafa Cabrera Bello 8 22 1565 71.1 $428,468
109 Jason Kokrak 14 47 3348 71.2 $412,036
110 Brian Stuard 19 60 4256 70.9 $409,349
111 Billy Hurley III 14 46 3267 71.0 $403,930
112 Greg Owen 9 23 1627 70.7 $403,490
113 Vaughn Taylor 14 47 3313 70.5 $392,074
114 Nick Watney 11 32 2266 70.8 $390,876
115 Shane Lowry 8 23 1628 70.8 $386,353
116 Bubba Watson 10 24 1737 72.4 $384,253
117 Robert Garrigus 15 45 3173 70.5 $378,519
118 J.J. Henry 17 51 3626 71.1 $377,783
119 Jim Furyk 9 25 1774 71.0 $377,614
120 Scott Stallings 14 36 2574 71.5 $376,812
121 Cameron Tringale 16 50 3565 71.3 $365,415
122 Ryan Palmer 10 29 2050 70.7 $360,206
123 Johnson Wagner 14 36 2563 71.2 $346,761
124 Danny Lee 17 47 3343 71.1 $346,365
125 Bryson DeChambeau 16 44 3122 71.0 $345,038
126 Sam Saunders 12 35 2484 71.0 $338,488
127 Martin Flores 14 42 2965 70.6 $326,232
128 Cameron Percy 11 35 2470 70.6 $324,973
129 Harold Varner III 17 54 3835 71.0 $323,498
130 Richy Werenski 15 45 3187 70.8 $321,158
131 Matt Jones 9 27 1893 70.1 $317,206
132 Ian Poulter 11 33 2322 70.4 $317,010
133 Brandon Hagy 13 40 2839 71.0 $313,717
134 Troy Merritt 16 47 3346 71.2 $309,388
135 Robert Streb 15 42 2969 70.7 $304,520
136 Ryo Ishikawa 13 40 2857 71.4 $301,087
137 Grayson Murray 14 38 2722 71.6 $296,276
138 Alex Cejka 15 46 3273 71.2 $285,057
139 Trey Mullinax 16 49 3468 70.8 $274,131
140 John Peterson 11 29 2046 70.6 $271,028
141 Steve Stricker 5 15 1059 70.6 $261,470
142 Ben Crane 16 51 3619 71.0 $260,472
143 Chad Collins 16 39 2802 71.8 $256,188
144 Seamus Power 14 44 3096 70.4 $255,011
145 Xander Schauffele 13 37 2612 70.6 $246,710
146 Ryan Brehm 13 44 3111 70.7 $241,586
147 Daniel Summerhays 15 49 3498 71.4 $240,341
148 Bill Lunde 3 10 710 71.0 $233,984
149 Tim Wilkinson 12 35 2461 70.3 $230,347
150 David Hearn 16 46 3270 71.1 $229,606
151 Shawn Stefani 14 37 2612 70.6 $229,313
152 Andres Gonzales 14 45 3174 70.5 $225,750
153 Roberto Castro 14 39 2808 72.0 $224,579
154 Retief Goosen 11 23 1663 72.3 $224,000
155 Greg Chalmers 16 41 2935 71.6 $220,780
156 Fabian Gomez 14 42 2977 70.9 $215,747
157 Chris Stroud 8 22 1545 70.2 $203,470
158 Jonas Blixt 15 43 3043 70.8 $199,345
159 Rory Sabbatini 11 35 2467 70.5 $196,168
160 Andrew Loupe 11 27 1982 73.4 $194,400
161 Kyle Reifers 18 52 3711 71.4 $187,641
162 Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 12 35 2479 70.8 $182,330
163 Hiroshi Iwata 6 17 1205 70.9 $179,133
164 Will MacKenzie 12 36 2549 70.8 $174,281
165 Andrew Johnston 9 28 2009 71.8 $168,067
166 Brett Stegmaier 16 46 3306 71.9 $155,856
167 Ben Martin 14 39 2778 71.2 $153,635
168 Danny Willett 6 14 1038 74.1 $151,500
169 Fred Couples 1 4 289 72.3 $148,500
170 Carl Pettersson 16 39 2798 71.7 $146,386
171 Ken Duke 16 45 3223 71.6 $144,173
172 Nicholas Lindheim 11 34 2421 71.2 $138,963
173 Tag Ridings 10 31 2198 70.9 $137,323
174 Steven Alker 13 38 2703 71.1 $136,946
175 Peter Malnati 17 48 3437 71.6 $130,950
176 Jon Curran 11 35 2474 70.7 $128,092
177 Jason Bohn 15 45 3202 71.2 $126,430
178 K.J. Choi 14 34 2437 71.7 $124,820
179 Julian Etulain 11 33 2361 71.5 $124,373
180 Bryce Molder 15 47 3351 71.3 $123,332
181 Miguel Angel Carballo 12 32 2299 71.8 $120,042
182 Tom Hoge 7 21 1491 71.0 $119,839
183 Spencer Levin 19 51 3656 71.7 $116,969
184 David Lingmerth 11 31 2211 71.3 $114,617
185 Brad Fritsch 8 28 1996 71.3 $111,350
186 John Senden 14 40 2855 71.4 $104,044
187 Steve Marino 15 38 2711 71.3 $98,573
188 Mark Anderson 10 28 1997 71.3 $98,425
189 Andres Romero 3 10 696 69.6 $96,468
190 Boo Weekley 16 44 3145 71.5 $95,613
191 Jonathan Randolph 10 29 2075 71.6 $90,204
192 Mark Hubbard 16 43 3098 72.0 $90,118
193 Mark Wilson 8 22 1558 70.8 $88,222
194 Jonathan Byrd 4 13 908 69.8 $85,380
195 Brian Campbell 10 28 2021 72.2 $85,358
196 Brett Drewitt 9 27 1933 71.6 $80,126
197 Ricky Barnes 17 45 3220 71.6 $79,987
198 Sebastian Munoz 7 22 1577 71.7 $76,998
199 Ryan Armour 9 27 1917 71.0 $74,472
200 Smylie Kaufman 13 34 2460 72.4 $73,816
201 Steve Wheatcroft 8 24 1722 71.8 $69,628
202 Bob Estes 8 22 1578 71.7 $62,005
203 Ernie Els 11 28 2037 72.8 $54,368
204 Brendon de Jonge 6 16 1160 72.5 $54,273
205 Vijay Singh 10 25 1800 72.0 $50,303
206 Hunter Mahan 14 38 2750 72.4 $48,106
207 Angel Cabrera 8 20 1442 72.1 $46,104
208 Tyler Aldridge 6 17 1219 71.7 $43,337
209 Y.E. Yang 2 6 412 68.7 $39,100
210 Davis Love III 4 12 850 70.8 $38,150
211 Zack Sucher 10 28 2011 71.8 $35,135
212 Matt Every 17 37 2741 74.1 $33,091
213 Dicky Pride 2 8 565 70.6 $32,795
214 Larry Mize 1 4 305 76.3 $27,720
215 Padraig Harrington 5 13 935 71.9 $25,228
216 Willy Wilcox 6 12 864 72.0 $24,300
217 Joel Dahmen 6 16 1144 71.5 $23,267
218 Rick Lamb 9 23 1669 72.6 $21,978
219 Chesson Hadley 3 9 632 70.2 $21,803
220 Freddie Jacobson 7 17 1230 72.4 $21,103
221 John Merrick 4 12 857 71.4 $20,782
222t Jerry Kelly 6 15 1067 71.1 $19,830
222t Michael Putnam 2 7 499 71.3 $19,830
224 Tim Herron 3 8 590 73.8 $18,531
225 Bobby Wyatt 10 25 1815 72.6 $15,528
226 Charlie Beljan 4 11 799 72.6 $13,869
227 Justin Leonard 1 4 294 73.5 $13,702
228 Colt Knost 5 11 792 72.0 $13,580
229 Michael Bradley 2 6 428 71.3 $13,514
230 Steven Bowditch 17 36 2686 74.6 $12,586
231 Fred Funk 1 3 207 69.0 $11,280
232t George McNeill 4 10 711 71.1 $9,984
232t Tim Petrovic 1 4 284 71.0 $9,984
232t David Toms 3 8 569 71.1 $9,984
235t Eric Axley 2 6 423 70.5 $9,198
235t Charlie Wi 2 5 352 70.4 $9,198
237t Tommy Gainey 4 10 721 72.1 $8,736
237t John Rollins 2 5 360 72.0 $8,736
239 Robert Allenby 2 6 440 73.3 $8,526
240 Stuart Appleby 7 16 1166 72.9 $8,064
241 Craig Barlow 1 4 295 73.8 $7,896
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