2013 PGA Tour Money List: Phil Mickelson now in second place, Tiger Woods remains on top

Stuart Franklin

A $1.4 million purse for Sunday's British Open title moves Lefty into second place on the money list.

After winning the 2013 British Open in grand style over the weekend, Phil Mickelson picks up a nice financial kick, jumping into second place among the PGA Tour Money list. Lefty nabbed a purse of $1.4 million for his Open title, pushing his total yearly earnings up to $4,860,810.

Mickelson moves past Matt Kuchar and Brandt Snedeker, who drop to third and fourth, respectively.

Tiger Woods continues to maintain the top spot on the list, holding over $6.1 million in earnings thanks to his four tournament wins in 2013.

The only other change in the top 10 comes with Adam Scott's move to eighth place from 10th as he approaches the $2.8 million mark.

Here are the top money leaders so far this year. Full standings can be found at the PGA Tour website:

2013 PGA Tour Money List leaders
Rank Player Earnings YTD Tournaments Wins
1 Tiger Woods $6,159,119 10 4
2 Phil Mickelson $4,860,810 15 2
3 Matt Kuchar $4,488,308 16 2
4 Brandt Snedeker $3,821,911 15 1
5 Billy Horschel $3,048,787 19 1
6 Justin Rose $3,032,310 11 1
7 Bill Haas $2,902,296 18 1
8 Adam Scott $2,799,847 10 1
9 Jason Day $2,668,138 15 0
10 Kevin Streelman $2,605,882 19 1

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