Tiger Woods hasn't played since the U.S. Open, but that hasn't kept him from keeping his spot atop the PGA Tour money list. His $5,909,742 earned this season is still enough to top the rest of the tour, even after last week's Greenbrier Classic -- in which he did not play, of course.
Woods holds the lead over second-place Matt Kuchar despite playing only nine events this season to Kuchar's 15. That is because Woods has won four events this year to Kuchar's two, but Kuchar still has earned a cool $4,392,265 this year.
Brandt Snedker remains in third place and Phil Mickelson is still right behind him despite neither playing this weekend after few of the tour's top players entered the Greenbrier Classic. Billy Horschel was the only player in the top 13 to make a move as he went from sixth place to fifth, passing up Justin Rose.
Jonas Blixt made a monster leap up the money list after winning the Greenbrier Classic. He moved all the way up to No. 33, 102 spots higher than he was a week ago.