How much money did Jordan Spieth make on the 2014-15 PGA Tour?
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How much money did Jordan Spieth make on the 2014-15 PGA Tour?


Jordan Spieth earned over $22 million during the 2014-15 PGA Tour season, which wrapped up with the 22-year-old winning the Tour Championship and the season-long FedEx Cup. Even before Spieth won the $10 million first-place prize for the FedEx Cup, his five-win season was the most lucrative in terms of official money in PGA Tour history.

Here's a look at how Spieth did in each of his 25 official tournaments this year and how much money he won:

1. WGC-HSBC Champions -- T35 ($61,500)
2. Waste Management Phoenix Open -- T7 ($211,050)
3. Farmers Insurance Open -- CUT ($0)
4. AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am -- T7 ($211,933.34)
5. Northern Trust Open -- T4 ($263,812.50)
6. WGC-Cadillac Championship -- 1T7 ($97,500)
7. Valspar Championship -- 1 ($1,062,000)
8. Valero Texas Open -- 2 ($669,600)
9. Shell Houston Open -- T2 ($580,800)
10. The Masters -- 1 ($1,800,000)
11. RBC Heritage -- T11 ($129,800)
12. WGC-Cadillac Match Play -- T17 ($85,823.53)
13. The Players Championship -- CUT ($0)
14. Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial -- T2 ($485,333.33)
15. AT&T Byron Nelson -- T30 ($45,085)
16. the Memorial Tournament -- T3 ($359,600)
17. U.S. Open -- 1 ($1,800,000)
18. John Deere Classic -- 1 ($846,000)
19. Open Championship -- T4 ($460,377)
20. WGC-Bridgestone Invitational -- T10 ($149,500)
21. PGA Championship -- 2 ($1,080,000)
22. The Barclays -- CUT ($0)
23. Deutsche Bank Championship -- CUT ($0)
24. BMW Championship -- T13 ($145,750)
25. Tour Championship -- 1 ($1,485,000)

In total, Spieth won $12,030,464.70 this season in official money. Spieth hit 6080 stroke-play shots this year, making $1,964.58 per stroke-play shot. He was 186 under par in 2014-15 official events, making $64,218.50 per shot under par

Add in the $10 million Spieth won for the FedEx Cup, and he's won $22,030,464.70 this year. Then add in an additional $1 million Spieth won for taking the unofficial Hero World Challenge in December, and Spieth has hauled in over $23 million in tournament earnings this season.


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