PGA Tour 2014
Here are the PGA Tour’s Top 20 money winners after the Northern Trust Open, which ended on February 16, 2014 (Prize money in US dollars):
1 Jimmy Walker 3,686,680
2 Dustin Johnson 2,903,150
3 Harris English 2,170,397
4 Bubba Watson 2,012,007
5 Ryan Moore 1,898,050
6 Webb Simpson 1,871,016
7 Chris Kirk 1,803,270
8 Zach Johnson 1,699,450
9 Kevin Stadler 1,569,152
10 Graham DeLaet 1,374,466
11 Patrick Reed 1,334,152
12 Jordan Spieth 1,249,255
13 Brian Stuard 1,228,108
14 Scott Stallings 1,147,200
15 Gary Woodland 1,070,777
16 Charles Howell III 1,053,812
17 Pat Perez 979,521
18 Jason Bohn 923,260
19 Ian Poulter 880,018
20 Charley Hoffman 871,110
Sponsor Ralph Lauren drops Justin Thomas following homophobic slur in Hawaii
The world number three uttered the derogatory word towards himself after missing a putt at Kapalua last weekend.
Bryson DeChambeau keeping brain relaxed to avoid repeat of Masters misery
DeChambeau said his brain went into overdrive at Augusta National.
European Tour preparing for business as planned in the Middle East
Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship is due to start next week.
Two-time major champion Angel Cabrera arrested in Brazil
The former US Open and Masters winner was on the run from the law.
On this Day in 2013: Paul McGinley given Ryder Cup captaincy
McGinley would go on to be involved in a sixth Ryder Cup victory.
Collin Morikawa keen to draw inspiration from family ties to Hawaii at Sony Open
Venezuela’s Jhonattan Vegas has withdrawn from the event after testing positive for coronavirus.
R&A: ‘No plans’ for Open to head to Donald Trump-owned Turnberry in near future
Trump National in Bedminster was on Sunday stripped of next year’s US PGA Championship.
US PGA Championship moved from Donald Trump-owned course in New Jersey
Trump National in Bedminster had been set to host the event.
Justin Thomas : ‘I made a terrible, terrible judgement call’
Thomas admitted he was distracted by what happened on Saturday during his final round.
PGA Championship to be moved away from Donald Trump-owned course
It is the second time in six years the PGA has moved an event away from a course owned by Donald Trump.