With the PGA schedule only one major through, the Tour's money list is ever changing and volatile.
Today, following his first PGA Tour victory, 23-year old Rickie Fowler shot up the earnings list 45 positions, as he netted a cool $1.17 million for winning the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow.
Fowler, who has played in 12 events this season and made 10 cuts, had earned just over $664,000 to date this season, meaning today's victory tripled his 2012 earnings.
Fowler's current total season earnings of $1.83 million puts him at 11th on the list, behind notables third place Rory McIlroy ($3.0 million), fourth place Phil Mickelson ($2.6 million) and fifth place Justin Rose ($2.34).
Masters champion Bubba Watson, who did not play this weekend, remains atop the money list with $3.2 million earned this season.
Next week, the tour heads to Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida for The Players Championship at TPC - Sawgrass, with a $9,500,000 purse up for grabs.