2014 PGA Money List: Tournament victory sends Ryan Moore to top

Stanley Chou

Ryan Moore held off Gary Woodland in a playoff on Sunday and now sits atop the money list for the 2013-14 PGA Tour.

A victory in the CIMB Classic vaulted Ryan Moore into the top spot on the money list for the 2013-14 PGA Tour season, although he has a few golfers just behind him.

Moore held off Gary Woodland in a playoff at the Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club in Malaysia, earning the golfer a $1.26 million prize. Woodland came away well too though, earning $756,000 for the loss and vaulting into the fourth spot on the tour money list.

Still very early in the season, 2013's top earner, Tiger Woods, has yet to play in a tournament, meaning plenty of swaps in the top 10 are still to come, but three have already cracked the million mark already.

Here is the top 10 in earnings through three tournaments played:

2014 PGA Tour Money List Leaders
Rank Player Earnings YTD Tournaments Wins
1 Ryan Moore $1,422,000 2 1
2 Jimmy Walker $1,278,000 3 1
3 Webb Simpson $1,080,000 1 1
4 Gary Woodland $756,000 2 0
5 Vijay Singh
$593,400 2 0
6 Ryo Ishikawa $580,000 2 0
7 Jason Bohn $547,000 2 0
8 Charles Howell III $454,774 3 0
9 Chris Stroud $406,000 2 0
10 Jeff Overton $349,000 3 0

The full list can be found on PGATour.com.

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