PGA Tour Money List 2013: Phil Mickelson moves up to No. 5

Mike Ehrmann

Phil Mickelson came up short at Quail Hollow, but he still managed to crack the top five on this year's money leaderboard. Who else moved around after Sunday's action?

After finishing third at the 2013 Wells Fargo Championship, Phil Mickelson earned $455,600 to improve his year total to $2,220,280 and put him in fifth place on the overall PGA money learderboard. Mickelson jumped up four spots from last week's standings, now sitting ahead of Master's winner Adam Scott.

The winner at Quail Hollow on Sunday, Derek Ernst, shot up the earnings list from No. 196 to No. 25 after pocketing over $1.2 million for his first PGA Tour victory. The rookie finished at 8-under for the tournament, tied with David Lynn, and eventually came out on top after a four-hole playoff.

Lynn brought home $723,600 for finishing second. He jumped 42 spots to No. 24 on the money leaderboard, so he can at least claim he's still ahead of Ernst on that list.

The top 10 stayed quiet aside from Mickelson's movement. For the full money leaderboard, click here.

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