PGA Money List 2013: Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson top leaderboard after Barclays

Darren Carroll

Tiger and Phil both finished in the top 10 this weekend and are at the top of the money list.

The heavy hitters were out in full force at the 2013 Barclays and the top 10 of the money list leaderboard experienced very little change as a result.

Adam Scott won the tournament this weekend and moved up two spots on the money list. Phil Mickelson regained his spot at No. 2 on the list with another top 10 finish this weekend.

Of course, Tiger Woods is comfortably in the lead at the top of the earnings list with over $8 million after he finished in the top 10 at the Barclays:

2013 PGA Tour Money List Leaders
Rank Player Earnings YTD Tournaments Wins
1 Tiger Woods $8,215,119 13 5
2 Phil Mickelson $5,224,727 18 2
3 Matt Kuchar $4,956,727 20 2
4 Brandt Snedeker $4,913,261 20 2
5 Adam Scott
$4,646,513 13 2
6 Justin Rose $3,691,881 14 1
7 Henrik Stenson $3,465,963 15 0
8 Bill Haas
$3,281,963 22 1
9 Keegan Bradley $3,180,813 22 0
10 Billy Horschel $3,117,543 23 1


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