2013 PGA Tour Money List: Patrick Reed jumps 50 spots after Wyndham Championship

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Reed's victory over the weekend earned him quite a bit of money, but not enough to crack the top 10 of the earnings list.

The Wyndham Championship was played this weekend, but you wouldn't know it by looking at the PGA Tour Money list.

The biggest riser of the week? Patrick Reed, who jumped from No. 78 to No. 28 after winning the Wyndham Championship and taking home just under $1 million.

But Tiger Woods still tops the charts, despite the fact that he doesn't have a major championship victory this year. Even though he doesn't have any major victories, Woods is putting together a solid year with the most tournaments wins on tour this year.

The big boys weren't out at the Wyndham Championship, but Bill Haas did managed to jump Adam Scott for No. 6 on the list. Haas tied for 20th at Wyndham, earning just over $57,000, giving him a slight edge over Scott.

Other than that, the leaderboard remains the same at the top. The top-13 golfers from a week ago are still in the top 13 with Haas and Scott the only ones changing spots.

Here's the full top 10 of the money list (complete leaderboard here):

2013 PGA Tour Money List Leaders
Rank Player Earnings YTD Tournaments Wins
1 Tiger Woods $7,687,119 12 5
2 Matt Kuchar $5,006,408 19 2
3 Phil Mickelson $4,956,727 17 2
4 Brandt Snedeker $4,913,261 18 2
5 Henrik Stenson
$3,441,003 14 1
6 Bill Haas $3,206,513 12 1
7 Adam Scott $3,166,046 20 1
8 Justin Rose
$3,163,881 13 0
9 Keegan Bradley $3,136,613 21 1
10 Billy Horschel $3,117,543 22 0


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