PGA Tour Money List 2013: Keegan Bradley earns big pay day

Tom Pennington

After a strong showing at the Byron Nelson Championship, Bradley broke into the top 10 on the PGA Tour money leaderboard. How far up did he move?

Keegan Bradley looked destined to take home a seven-figure check at the 2013 HP Byron Nelson Championship after leading through the first three rounds. A tough final day dropped him to a second-place finish, but he still managed to earn $723,600 as the runner-up.

Bradley jumped from No. 20 to No. 8 on the PGA Tour money leaderboard for his strong showing. He's now earned over $2.1 million in 2013.

The winner at TPC Four Seasons, Sang-Moon Bae, pocketed just over $1.2 million for his first PGA Tour title. The 26-year-old launched up the earnings list to No. 18 after finishing 13-under for the weekend.

As from these two, no other players made any notable moves towards the top of the list. Here's the current top 10 in earnings:

2013 PGA Tour Money List Leaders
Rank Player Earnings YTD Tournaments Wins
1 Tiger Woods $5,849,600 7 4
2 Brandt Snedeker $3,388,064 10 1
3 Kevin Streelman $2,572,989 13 1
4 Billy Horschel $2,567,891 13 1
5 Matt Kuchar $2,525,882 12 1
6 Phil Mickelson $2,220,280 11 1
7 Adam Scott $2,207,683 6 1
8 Keegan Bradley $2,153,947 14 0
9 D.A. Points $2,151,022 16 1
10 Steve Stricker $1,977,140 6 0

For the full list, click here.

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