PGA Money List 2013: Tiger Woods is No. 1 with almost $6 million in earnings

Andy Lyons

Woods has more PGA Tour victories this season than anybody else, and he has a sizeable lead on the money list.

Tiger Woods tops the money list again this week, despite the fact that he has played in only nine events this season. Woods won four of those tournaments and has nearly $6 million in earnings at this point, putting him more than $1.5 million ahead of second-place Matt Kuchar. Brandt Snedeker, Phil Mickelson and Billy Horschel round out the top five.

Woods hasn't played since his 32nd-place finish at the U.S. Open in June, but he'll be back in action this week at the British Open, where he can further extend his lead on the money list. He'll also be trying to end his major championship drought.

There wasn't a lot of movement within the top 100, but several guys who had strong performances at the John Deere Classic over the weekend made big leaps. Tournament winner Jordan Spieth is up to 16th after being unranked last week. Zach Johnson moved up 25 spots to 48th and David Hearn moved up 36 positions to No. 63.

Here's the top 10:

1. Tiger Woods ($5,909,742)
2. Matt Kuchar ($4,393,265)
3. Brandt Snedeker ($3,679,155)
4. Phil Mickelson ($3,417,984)
5. Billy Horschel ($3,048,787)
6. Justin Rose ($3,032,310)
7. Bill Haas ($2,902,296)
8. Jason Day ($2,628,887)
9. Kevin Streelman ($2,588,629)
10. Adam Scott ($2,371,071)

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