2013 PGA Money List: Ken Duke moves up 81 spots with Travelers win

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Duke's playoff victory in Connecticut on Sunday pocketed him nearly $1.1 million and moved him into the top 25 on the money list.

Ken Duke took home his first win of the year on Sunday, winning the Travelers Championship in a two-hole playoff over Chris Stroud. Duke's $1.098 million purse for winning on Sunday was enough to vault him from 104th to 23rd on the 2013 PGA Tour money list.

Duke has made $1,600,045 in 19 tournaments in 2013.

The top-10 players on the money list includes the same 10 players as last week, the only change being Justin Rose passing Billy Horschel from sixth place to fifth. Rose finished tied for 13th at the Travelers, while Horschel did not play.

Here's the current top 10 in earnings:

2013 PGA Tour Money List Leaders
Rank Player Earnings YTD Tournaments Wins
1 Tiger Woods $5,909,742 9 4
2 Matt Kuchar $4,393,265 15 2
3 Brandt Snedeker $3,503,655 13 1
4 Phil Mickelson $3,417,984 13 1
5 Justin Rose
$3,032,310 10 1
6 Billy Horschel $2,998,128 16 1
7 Kevin Streelman $2,572,989 17 1
8 Jason Day
$2,566,023 13 0
9 Adam Scott $2,356,511 8 1
10 Boo Weekley $2,307,509 17 1

For the full list, click here.

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