2013 PGA Tour Money List: Tiger Woods still on top heading into U.S. Open

Scott Halleran

Tiger Woods holds a big lead atop the PGA Tour money list, but next week's U.S. Open could shake it up.

The FedEx St. Jude Classic didn't do much to change the top 10 of the PGA Tour money list as most of the circuit's best players took the weekend off. Tiger Woods still leads the list despite only playing eight tournaments this season, six fewer than second place Matt Kuchar thanks to his four wins.

Kuchar's two wins, including the $1,116,00 he took home for winning the Memorial have him in second place, while Brrndt Snedeker is down in third place. Phil Mickelson moved from eighth to fourth place this week thanks to a second-place tie at the FedEx St. Jude Classic, while Billy Horschel sits in fifth place.

This weekend's winner, Harris English, moved from 68th place on the money list to 17th place.

Next week's U.S. Open will change the list significantly with the big money of a major on the line. The winner will take home $1,260,00, with $755,000 going to second place.

Here's the current top 10 in earnings:

2013 PGA Tour Money List Leaders
Rank Player Earnings YTD Tournaments Wins
1 Tiger Woods $5,862,496 8 4
2 Matt Kuchar $4,333,082 14 2
3 Brandt Snedeker $3,388,064 12 1
4 Phil Mickelson $2,721,880 12 1
5 Bill Horschel $2,706,722 15 1
6 Kevin Streelman $2,572,989 15 1
7 Adam Scott $2,327,550 7 1
8 Boo Weekley $2,307,509 16 1
9 Bradley Keegan $2,169,199 15 0
10 D.A. Points $2,151,022 18 1

For the full list, click here.

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