PGA Money List 2012: Charlie Beljan moves up with 1st PGA Tour win

Sam Greenwood

Charlie Beljan moves up the PGA money list after earning his first PGA Tour win at the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic on Sunday.

Charlie Beljan shifted the PGA money list in the final event of the year, earning a two-shot win at the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic on Sunday.

The win marks Beljan's first on the PGA Tour and gives him a spot in the PGA Championship next year. He also receives a two-year exemption.

Beljan's purse of $846,000 moves him up from 139 to 63 on the money list for a total winnings of $1,373,528. Finishing two shots behind, Robert Garrigus and Matt Every also get a bump. Garrigus jumps from 26 to 20 for a total of $3,206,530, while Every advances to 40 with $1,972,166.

Despite not participating on Sunday, Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods still sit atop the list with with comfortable leads. McIlroy holds the top spot with a total of $8,047,952, with Woods trailing in second at $6,133,158.

For the entire 2012 PGA money list, visit the PGA official website.

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