PGA Tour Money List 2012: Nick Watney Jumps Up 36 Spots With Win At The Barclays

The PGA Tour's money list is still led by Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy, but Nick Watney jumped up 36 spots to No. 19 with his win at The Barclays.

Watney took in a $1.44 million payday with the win, aiding his rise in what was an average season for him coming into the event. Second-place finisher Brandt Snedker moved up eight spots to No. 11 with his haul. Dustin Johnson moved up nine spots to No. 21 after finishing tied for third with Sergio Garcia, who moved up six spots to No. 29.

Other big movers were Graham DeLaet (finished tied for fifth, moved up 26 spots to No. 82), Brian Harman (finished tied for fifth, moved up 26 spots to No. 72) and Greg Chalmers (finished ninth, moved up 16 spots to No. 80).

To see the whole PGA Tour money list, check here.

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