Matt Kuchar took home $1,116,000 after a final-hole birdie gave him the win at the 2013 Memorial Tournament, but that wasn't enough to catch Tiger Woods. Woods may have had a forgettable tournament, finishing tied for 65th, but he's still at the top of the PGA Tour money list. Even more significantly, Tiger got there while playing in six fewer tournaments than Kuchar.
Kuchar did manage to move from third place into second. That knocks Brandt Snedeker down to third, made possible by Snedeker's failure to make the cut at the Memorial. D.A. Points also failed to make the cut, but he managed to hold on to the final spot in the top 10. Adam Scott is the big mover in the top 10, jumping from eighth to sixth with a 13th-place, 3-under finish.
Neither Woods nor Kuchar will be at the FedEx St. Jude Classic, so if the two are going to have a showdown over the top spot on the money list, it will have to be at the U.S. Open.
Here's the current top 10 in earnings:
|2013 PGA Tour Money List Leaders|
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