PGA Money List 2013: Tiger Woods still leads unchanged top 5

Streeter Lecka

The top of the 2013 PGA Money List looks very familiar this week.

Graeme McDowell won the 2013 RBC Heritage on Sunday, but still couldn't crack the top five of the 2013 PGA Money List this week despite taking home $1.044 million. Tiger Woods still leads the pack by a comfortable margin, though Brandt Snedeker was able to pull within a $1 million with a 59th-place finish at Harbour Town.

McDowell comes in at No. 6, bumping Phil Mickelson, Dustin Johnson and Jason Day down a slot. Kevin Streelman finished third over the weekend to jump from No. 15 to No. 10 on the list. Webb Simpson is just one the outside of the top ten looking in after losing to McDowell in a playoff.

Hunter Mahan (No. 12) and Keegan Bradley (No. 14) were bumped out of the top 10 altogether.

You can check out the top of the standings below. Full standings at

Rank Previous Player Events Played Money Earned Wins to Date
1 1 Woods, Tiger 6 $4,139,600 3
2 2 Snedeker, Brandt 9 $3,150,564 1
3 3 Kuchar, Matt 10 $2,469,773 1
4 4 Scott, Adam 5 $2,100,469 1
5 5 Stricker, Steve 5 $1,935,340
6 35 McDowell, Graeme 7 $1,910,654 1
7 6 Mickelson, Phil 9 $1,764,680 1
8 7 Johnson, Dustin 10 $1,748,907 1
9 8 Day, Jason 9 $1,695,583
10 15 Streelman, Kevin 11 $1,646,743 1
11 31 Simpson, Webb 11 $1,565,192

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