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
Viktor Hovland goes back-to-back in the Bahamas with Hero World Challenge win
The Norwegian held off Scottie Scheffler to win by two shots.
Home favourite Thriston Lawrence survives late scare to win South African Open
The South African beat Clement Sordet by one stroke.
Adrian Meronk wins Australian Open as playing partner Adam Scott misses out
Home favourite Scott held a one-shot lead going into the final round at Victoria GC but Meronk shot 66 to win by five strokes.
Poland’s Adrian Meronk eclipses Adam Scott to win Australian Open
Despite taking the lead into Sunday, Scott was ultimately unable to repel Meronk’s challenge.
Thriston Lawrence and Clement Sordet set for final-day battle at South African Open
Thriston Lawrence leads his playing partner by two shots.
Adam Scott leads Australian Open ahead of Adrian Meronk
Scott moved to 11 under on Saturday, one stroke better than Meronk at the summit.
Adam Scott equals course record to share halfway lead at Australian Open
Scott carded five birdies and an eagle on the 18th at Victoria Golf Club.
Hole-in-one helps Tom McKibbin make strong start in South Africa
The 19-year-old holed out with a five iron from 232 yards on the 11th hole.
A nice birdie-fest – Tiger Woods expecting low scoring Hero World Challenge
Woods withdrew on Monday due to plantar fasciitis in his right foot.
Adam Scott relishing chance to experience a career first at the Australian Open
The tournament sees men, women and golfers with disabilities competing on the same course at the same time.