PGA Tour Money List 2014: Harris English surges to 3rd

Darren Carroll

English earned over $1 million for his win in the OHL Classic and surged into third on the PGA Tour Money List.

Ryan Moore added just a little to his top spot on the PGA Tour Money List, but it was a surge from 27th to third for Harris English that was the most notable change of the week.

English, 24, earned $1.08 million for his win in the OHL Classic at Mayakoba, launching his total winnings for the 2013-14 PGA Tour from $281,817 to $1,361,817. The only golfers ahead of English on the list are Dustin Johnson, who is still sitting on the $1.4 million he earned for a victory in the WGC-HSBC Champions in October, and Moore.

Moore finished in a tie for 23rd in the OHL Classic, earning him just $49,350.00 and upping his season total to over $1.5 million.

Here is the top 10 in earnings through six weeks (the full list can be found on the official PGA Tour site):

2014 PGA Tour Money List Leaders
Rank Player Earnings YTD Tournaments Wins
1 Ryan Moore $1,520,350 4 1
2 Dustin Johnson $1,400,000 1 1
3 Harris English $1,361,817 4 1
4 Jimmy Walker $1,330,500 4 1
5 Webb Simpson $1,251,417 2 1
6 Chris Kirk $1,072,308 3 1
7 Jason Bohn $859,000 4 0
8 Ian Poulter $850,000 1 0
9 Gary Woodland $756,000 2 0
10 Brian Stuard $746,200 4 0

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