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
Keith Pelley hits back at 16 players threatening DP World Tour with legal action
Pelley says the sanctions against players who competed in the first LIV Golf event are ‘proportionate’ and ‘fair’.
JT Poston takes two-shot lead at John Deere Classic
The 29-year-old also became the first player on record to open consecutive Tour events with 62 or better.
Ryan Fox surprised to be leading after opening round of Horizon Irish Open
The New Zealander carded a flawless 64 to set the pace at Mount Juliet.
Defiant Lee Westwood does not believe playing in LIV should harm Ryder Cup hopes
Westwood doesn’t agree with penalties and sanctions.
Shane Lowry welcomes closer ties between Tours in response to threat from LIV
The PGA Tour and DP World Tour announced the next phase of their strategic alliance.
Padraig Harrington fears LIV series poses threat to future of DP World Tour
The US Senior Open champion thinks there is only room for the PGA and one other tour in the world game.
Steve Stricker makes Padraig Harrington sweat as Irishman wins US Senior Open
The pair were rival captains in last year’s Ryder Cup in Wisconsin.
Golfers warned of further sanctions if they continue to play in LIV breakaway
The DP World Tour has issued fines of £100,000 and tournament bans to its members who played in the inaugural LIV Golf event earlier this month
DP World Tour hits members who played inaugural LIV series with £100,000 fines
They have also been banned from several forthcoming tournaments including the Scottish Open.
Rory McIlroy not impressed as Brooks Koepka becomes latest big name to join LIV
The world number two labelled the players who have joined the new series as “duplicitous” for the way they have handled their breakaway.