2017-2018 PGA Tour money list: See who earned the most total money
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2017-2018 PGA Tour money list: See who earned the most total money


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The 2017-2018 PGA Tour season ended with Justin Rose winning the FedEx Cup and its $10 million first-place prize from the $35 million bonus pool. However, it was Justin Thomas who wound up winning the PGA Tour's official money list for the 2017-2018 season, pulling in $8,694,821 in official earnings through PGA Tour events.

The PGA Tour has not previously counted FedEx Cup bonus pool money as official earnings, meaning they don't count toward the idea of winning the PGA Tour's season-long money list. The money list is also no longer used to determine who keeps PGA Tour status; that's based on the FedEx Cup points list.



However, we compiled a PGA Tour money list for the 2017-2018 season using the combined money from the official money list and the FedEx Cup bonus pool. Combining that money together, Justin Rose clearly won the season-long money race, raking in an incredible $18,130,678, which is more than $8 million greater than second-place Bryson DeChambeau.

All told, 114 players earned at least $1 million in the PGA Tour regular season. When combined with the FedEx Cup bonus pool, 121 players passed the $1 million mark in total season earnings.

2017-2018 PGA Tour season final money list: Official money and FedEx Cup bonus money

  • 1. Justin Rose -- $8,130,678 + $10,000,000 = $18,130,678
  • 2. Bryson DeChambeau -- $8,094,489 + $2,000,000 = $10,094,489
  • 3. Dustin Johnson -- $8,457,352 + $1,500,000 = $9,957,352
  • 4. Justin Thomas -- $8,694,821 + $700,000 = $9,394,821
  • 5. Tiger Woods -- $5,443,841 + $3,000,000 = $8,443,841
  • 6. Brooks Koepka -- $7,094,047 + $550,000 = $7,644,047
  • 7. Tony Finau -- $5,620,138 + $800,000 = $6,420,138
  • 8. Bubba Watson -- $5,793,748 + $500,000 = $6,293,748
  • 9. Webb Simpson -- $5,376,417 + $300,000 = $5,676,417
  • 10. Jason Day -- $5,087,461 + $245,000 = $5,332,461
  • 11. Billy Horschel -- $4,315,200 + $1,000,000 = $5,315,200
  • 12. Francesco Molinari -- $5,065,842 + $237,500 = $5,303,342
  • 13. Patrick Reed -- $5,006,267 + $215,000 = $5,221,267
  • 14. Phil Mickelson -- $4,595,187 + $220,000 = $4,815,187
  • 15. Rory McIlroy -- $4,410,296 + $275,000 = $4,685,296
  • 16. Keegan Bradley -- $4,069,464 + $600,000 = $4,669,464
  • 17. Rickie Fowler -- $4,235,237 + $237,500 = $4,472,737
  • 18. Xander Schauffele -- $4,047,538 + $250,000 = $4,297,538
  • 19. Jon Rahm -- $3,992,678 + $210,000 = $4,202,678
  • 20. Patrick Cantlay -- $3,963,962 + $225,000 = $4,188,962
  • 21. Tommy Fleetwood -- $3,935,147 + $230,000 = $4,165,147
  • 22. Kyle Stanley -- $3,916,001 + $190,000 = $4,106,001
  • 23. Marc Leishman -- $3,771,221 + $180,000 = $3,951,221
  • 24. Cameron Smith -- $3,622,607 + $290,000 = $3,912,607
  • 25. Paul Casey -- $3,641,771 + $200,000 = $3,841,771
  • 26. Kevin Na -- $3,578,316 + $185,000 = $3,763,316
  • 27. Patton Kizzire -- $3,541,151 + $175,000 = $3,716,151
  • 28. Aaron Wise -- $3,486,407 + $205,000 = $3,691,407
  • 29. Gary Woodland -- $3,108,907 + $195,000 = $3,303,907
  • 30. Kevin Kisner -- $2,972,285 + $128,000 = $3,100,285
  • 31. Pat Perez -- $2,962,641 + $136,000 = $3,098,641
  • 32. Hideki Matsuyama -- $2,687,477 + $275,000 = $2,962,477
  • 33. Jordan Spieth -- $2,793,536 + $165,000 = $2,958,536
  • 34. Chesson Hadley -- $2,768,863 + $131,000 = $2,899,863
  • 35. Brian Harman -- $2,733,463 + $127,000 = $2,860,463
  • 36. Chez Reavie -- $2,700,018 + $145,000 = $2,845,018
  • 37. Luke List -- $2,710,736 + $130,000 = $2,840,736
  • 38. Ian Poulter -- $2,714,450 + $125,000 = $2,839,450
  • 39. Alex Noren -- $2,699,150 + $132,000 = $2,831,150
  • 40. Andrew Landry -- $2,642,179 + $138,000 = $2,780,179
  • 41. Henrik Stenson -- $2,680,487 + $80,000 = $2,760,487
  • 42. Byeong-hun An -- $2,599,264 + $133,000 = $2,732,264
  • 43. Emiliano Grillo -- $2,493,163 + $155,000 = $2,648,163
  • 44. Ryan Armour -- $2,485,203 + $126,000 = $2,611,203
  • 45. Austin Cook -- $2,448,920 + $137,000 = $2,585,920
  • 46. Brandt Snedeker -- $2,448,970 + $135,000 = $2,583,970
  • 47. Rafa Cabrera-Bello -- $2,449,869 + $134,000 = $2,583,869
  • 48. Beau Hossler -- $2,449,707 + $129,000 = $2,578,707
  • 49. Andrew Putnam -- $2,387,382 + $150,000 = $2,537,382
  • 50. Si Woo Kim -- $2,276,114 + $110,000 = $2,386,114


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