Stats Section header

DP World Tour Statistics

Career money list.

Shall mean a list of players who are, or who have at any time in their careers been Members, which is computed during each Official Season and lists the total prize money earned in a Member's career up to and including 31st December 1984 in DP World Tour Approved Tournaments and thereafter the total Official Money he earned in Race to Dubai Ranking Tournaments. NB. Effective from the start of the 2005 Official Season a Player must be in Membership and feature in the final Race to Dubai Rankings of that Official Season for Official Money earned during that Official Season to be credited to him within this list. When determining the DP World Tour Exemption Categories that are defined from this list, (Categories 5 and 11), the cut off will be below the 40th Player in the list. NOTE: There are two separate cut offs for these categories; 1. After the tournament in each season where the top 110 from the Race to Dubai Rankings is confirmed. 2. After the final tournament of each season”. Not all players in the top 40 will be eligible for these Categories as they are for a limited number of seasons only.

DP World Tour Partners

1 BMW_Grey-Colour_RGB

  • Latest News
  • The Masters
  • Team Events
  • Miscellaneous
  • Live Golf Scores
  • DP World Tour
  • M James Ward
  • Robert Green
  • Richard Pennell
  • Andy Newmarch
  • Mark Flanagan
  • Official World Golf
  • FedEx Cup Standings
  • Rolex Women's World Golf
  • World Golf Number One
  • Historic Golf World Rankings
  • Instruction
  • Architecture
  • Sustainability
  • Global Directory
  • The 18 Club
  • Golf History

European Tour - Career Money List

List of players who are, or have at any time in their careers been, members of the European Tour, compiled during each Official Season . Total prize money earned in a member's career from 31st December 1984 to the present day DP World Tour .

From the start of the 2005 Official Season a player must be in Membership and feature in the final DP World Tour Rankings for earnings to be credited to him.

The Editorial Team Avatar

About The Editorial Team

The editorial team at Golf Today strives to provide readers with captivating content that celebrates the rich heritage and exciting developments in the world of golf. Their collective expertise and dedication ensure that Golf Today remains a premier destination for golf enthusiasts seeking the latest news, insightful analysis, and engaging stories from the world of golf.

Suggested Reading

Join the discussion, leave a reply cancel reply.

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.

Davis Riley wins Charles Schwab Challenge

Davis Riley wins first solo title

Nacho Elvira (pictured) has won the Soudal Open

Nacho Elvira wins second DP World Tour title

Official World Golf Ranking

Official World Golf Ranking 21/2024

FedEx Cup Standings

FedEx Cup Standings 21/2024

Show more results...

European Tour All Time Money List

Photo of author

The top 100 Prize Money leaders on the European Tour have won €1,399,014,126 , with  Rory Mcilroy  currently leading the all time money list, with €50,294,549 in career earnings.

Other top earners in the list include Lee Westwood (€38,825,014), Sergio Garcia (€30,100,249), and Justin Rose (€29,656,856).

A bag of money next to a trophy with the words European Tour All Time Money List written next to it.

European Tour Money List – All Time Top 100

Source for the above Prize Money Information: DP World Tour

List last updated: 25 July 2023

Guinness World Records

Highest career earnings on golf’s DP World Tour

Highest career earnings on golf’s DP World Tour

The highest career earnings on golf’s DP World Tour are €44,594,732 (£39,243,320; $47,434,525), achieved by Rory McIlroy (UK) as of 23 February 2023.

McIlroy has won 14 tournaments on the DP World Tour (formerly known as the PGA European Tour).

european pga tour career money list

  • Leaderboard
  • FedEx Cup Race
  • Race To Dubai
  • Schwab Cup Race
  • Race To CME Globe
  • Twitter – Team USA
  • Facebook – Team USA
  • Instagram – Team USA
  • Twitter – Team Europe
  • Facebook – Team Europe
  • Instagram – Team Europe
  • Rolex Rankings (LPGA)
  • PGA Tour Profile
  • PGA TOUR Profile
  • 2023 LIV Golf
  • 2023 PGA Tour
  • Send Anonymous Tips

european pga tour career money list

LIV Golf: Anthony Kim Trending on X After Low-Round 65 in…

Golf twitter bashes rory mcilroy for sucker punching henrik stenson, brooks koepka, sam burns get “freedom flow” haircuts, rickie fowler’s rocket victory was pga tour’s 4th most popular on…, watch xander schauffele’s “cringe” draftkings ad, video: nelly korda cannonballs into water after winning 2nd career major, augusta national golf club: hole-by-hole guide, flyover, watch: anthony kim discusses journey back to golf, liv golf’s majesticks gc launch docuseries ‘camp confidential’, watch emily pedersen’s historic hole-in-one at solheim cup, photos: liv golf builds “party hole” at australia event, photos: justin rose’s 20 big-league trophies, 4 photos: young fan works hard for a henrik stenson fist…, spotted: eric trump’s golf bag gives away the script, icymi: cam smith stuffs claret jug in overhead bin on commercial….

  • EUROPEAN TOUR

23 European Tour Golfers Who’ve Earned $20 Million (or More) During Career

Darren Clarke, Padraig Harrington and Colin Montgomerie

Since 1984, 23 European Tour members have earned at least $20 million in their careers on tour. The all-time money winner is 48-year old Lee Westwood who has earned over $45 million, closely followed by Rory McIlroy who’s deposited about $44.5 million. Westwood and McIlroy are the only two with earnings over $40 million.

There’s about a $8 million falloff after that, with Sergio Garcia having racked up nearly $37 million in cash.

Henrik Stenson ($34M) and Justin Rose ($33M) round out the top-five check cashers of all time on the Euro Tour.

England leads the way with nine (9) players on the list with South Africa (4) and Northern Ireland (3) rounding out the top-three nationalities.

Thomas Bjorn Darren Clarke Colin Montgomerie

Spain (2) and Sweden (2) also have multiple players who have earned at least $20 mil with Denmark, Germany and Italy checking in with one each.

The Tour’s greatest player, Seve Ballesteros , is ranked 110th with deposits totalling $8,039,070.

Proving how great the money has exploded, even on the European Tour, Francesco Molinari is ranked 11th on the list with over $26 million in earnings, despite just five (5!) career wins – or 45 LESS than Ballesteros, the all-time win leader with 50.

1. Lee Westwood

Earnings: $45,894,638 European Tour Wins: 25 Euro Tour Career: 1994-Present Highest World Rank: 1 (2010) Nationality: England

2. Rory McIlroy

Earnings: $44,588,178 European Tour Wins: 14 Euro Tour Career: 2007-Present Highest World Rank: 1 (2012) Nationality: England

3. Sergio Garcia

Earnings: $36,877,631 European Tour Wins: 16 Euro Tour Career: 1999-Present Highest World Rank: 2 (2008) Nationality: Spain

4. Henrik Stenson

Earnings: $34,073,738 European Tour Wins: 11 Euro Tour Career: 2001-Present Highest World Rank: 2 (2014) Nationality: Sweden

5. Justin Rose

Earnings: $33,673,298 European Tour Wins: 11 Euro Tour Career: 1999-Present Highest World Rank: 1 (2018) Nationality: England

6. Ernie Els

Earnings: $33,449,998 European Tour Wins: 28 Euro Tour Career: 1992-2019 Highest World Rank: 1 (1997) Nationality: South Africa

7. Padraig Harrington

Earnings: $31,877,023 European Tour Wins: 15 Euro Tour Career: 1996-Present Highest World Rank: 3 (2008) Nationality: Ireland

8. Ian Poulter

Earnings: $31,412,979 European Tour Wins: 12 Euro Tour Career: 2000-Present Highest World Rank: 5 (2010) Nationality: England

9. Colin Montgomerie

Earnings: $30,025,713 European Tour Wins: 31 Euro Tour Career: 1988-2014 Highest World Rank: 2 (1996) Nationality: England

10. Miguel Angel Jimenez

Earnings: $28,946,063 European Tour Wins: 21 Euro Tour Career: 1988-2014 Highest World Rank: 12 (2004) Nationality: Spain

11. Francesco Molinari

Earnings: $26,620,040 European Tour Wins: 6 Euro Tour Career: 2005-Present Highest World Rank: 5 (2018) Nationality: Italy

12. Retief Goosen

Earnings: $26,288,008 European Tour Wins: 14 Euro Tour Career: 1993-2018 Highest World Rank: 3 (2006) Nationality: South Africa

13. Martin Kaymer

Earnings: $25,711,315 European Tour Wins: 11 Euro Tour Career: 2005-Present Highest World Rank: 1 (2011) Nationality: Germany

14. Thomas Bjorn

Earnings: $24,689,084 European Tour Wins: 15 Euro Tour Career: 1993-2020 Highest World Rank: 10 (2001) Nationality: Denmark

15. Darren Clarke

Earnings: $24,573,089 European Tour Wins: 14 Euro Tour Career: 1991-2020 Highest World Rank: 8 (2001) Nationality: Northern Ireland

16. Tommy Fleetwood

Earnings: $24,072,440 European Tour Wins: 5 Euro Tour Career: 2011-Present Highest World Rank: 9 (2018) Nationality: England

17. Paul Casey

Earnings: $23,849,587 European Tour Wins: 15 Euro Tour Career: 2001-Present Highest World Rank: 3 (2009) Nationality: England

18. Louis Oosthuizen

Earnings: $23,652,417 European Tour Wins: 9 Euro Tour Career: 2004-Present Highest World Rank: 4 (2013) Nationality: South Africa

19. Graeme McDowell

Earnings: $23,514,480 European Tour Wins: 11 Euro Tour Career: 2002-Present Highest World Rank: 4 (2011) Nationality: Northern Ireland

20. Ross Fisher

Earnings: $21,206,269 European Tour Wins: 5 Euro Tour Career: 2006-Present Highest World Rank: 17 (2009) Nationality: England

21. Charl Schwartzel

Earnings: $20,866,778 European Tour Wins: 11 Euro Tour Career: 2002-Present Highest World Rank: 6 (2012) Nationality: South Africa

22. Danny Willett

Earnings: $20,211,222 European Tour Wins: 7 Euro Tour Career: 2009-Present Highest World Rank: 9 (2016) Nationality: England

23. Robert Karlsson

Earnings: $20,115,642 European Tour Wins: 11 Euro Tour Career: 1991-Present Highest World Rank: 6 (2008) Nationality: Sweden

RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR

Keith pelley steps down as european tour ceo; will lead maple leaf sports group, louis oosthuizen victorious again as liv golf claims 5 of 6 titles on dp world tour’s ‘opening swing’, leave a reply cancel reply.

Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.

LATEST CONTENT

Nelly korda’s historic season in spotlight at 2024 u.s. women’s open, winner’s circle: davis riley claims victory at charles schwab challenge, two-time pga tour winner grayson murray dead at 30, cop who arrested scheffler previously suspended for doing “donuts” in police..., video footage released of scottie scheffler arrest does not match louisville..., golf channel analysts attack, threaten jon rahm after press conference at..., louisville police to investigate protocols used during arrest of scottie scheffler, patrick reed ends majors streak after withdrawing from u.s. open qualifier, vault virals, tyrrell hatton admits he “super sucked” after blowing five-shot lead at..., the 10 most smug, self-righteous media reactions to phil mickelson, daly injures knee in hooters parking lot crash, paige spiranac poses nude in #siswim to promote #hashtags (or something), pga tour gets hammered for “raunchy” caption of spieth and kelly..., is the sanderson farms chicken trophy the tour’s worst, holly sonders bounced from fox’s us open coverage, michelle wie jabs lpga’s dress code with offseason attire.

Charles Schwab Challenge

Colonial Country Club

Payday in Dubai

Here's the prize money payout for each golfer at the 2021 DP World Tour Championship

1290018310

Ross Kinnaird

Collin Morikawa had a good grip on the Race to Dubai title coming into the DP World Tour Championship, regardless of his play over the weekend in Dubai. And yet, the 24-year-old American didn’t want to hear anything of it, instead focusing on winning the tournament proper, which as he said would take care of everything else.

Come Sunday at Jumeirah Golf Estates in Dubai, Morikawa did just that, posting a bogey-free six-under 66—propelled by five birdies on the back nine—to win the title in the European Tour season finale by three shots. In the process, he made history by becoming the first U.S. player ever to win the tour’s season-long points title.

To the winner goes the spoils. The RtD title comes with a $1 million bonus for Morikawa. But the tournament win was even more lucrative. The overall purse for this Rolex Series event in Dubai was $9 million with the winner claiming a $3 million prize money payout.

Below are the prize money payouts (in Euros) for each player in the field as they conclude the 2020-21 European Tour season.

MORE: Watch Rory McIlroy get a truly bad break that knocked him out of contention in Dubai

Win: Collin Morikawa, -17, €2,640,975

T-2: Alexander Bjork, -14, €776,886.81

T-2: Matt Fitzpatrick, -14, €776,886.81

T-4: Nicolai Hojgaard, -13, €314,716.19

T-4: Robert MacIntyre, -13, €314,716.19

T-6: Dean Burmester, -12, €199,246.89

T-6: Rory McIlroy, -12, €199,246.89

T-6: Ian Poulter, -12, €199,246.89

T-9: Adri Arnaus, -11, €110,554.15

T-9: Paul Casey, -11, €110,554.15

T-9: John Catlin, -11, €110,554.15

T-9: Joachim B. Hansen, -11, €110,554.15

T-9: Sam Horsfield, -11, €110,554.15

T-9: Shane Lowry, -11, €110,554.15

15: Thomas Pieters, -10, €84,951.36

T-16: Marcus Armitage, -9, €75,355.82

T-16: Grant Forrest, -9, €75,355.82

T-16: Sergio Garcia, -9, €75,355.82

T-16: Tyrrell Hatton, -9, €75,355.82

T-16: Min Woo Lee, -9, €75,355.82

MORE: European Tour set for rebranding in 2022

T-21: Thomas Detry, -8, €61,769.47

T-21: Lucas Herbert, -8, €61,769.47

T-21: Garrick Higgo, -8, €61,769.47

T-21: Jason Scrivener, -8, €61,769.47

T-21: Johannes, Veerman, -8, €61,769.47

T-21: Jeff Winther, -8, €61,769.47

T-27: Abraham Ancer, -7, €51,939.17

T-27: Laurie Canter, -7, €51,939.17

T-27: Tommy Fleetwood, -7, €51,939.17

T-27: Rasmus Hojgaard, -7, €51,939.17

T-27: Joakim Lagergren, -7, €51,939.17

T-32: Christiaan Bezuidenhout, -6, €44,016.25

T-32: Billy Horschel, -6, €44,016.25

T-32: Martin Kaymer, -6, €44,016.25

T-32: Adrian Meronk, -6, €44,016.25

T-32: Patrick Reed, -6, €44,016.25

T-37: Guido Migliozzi, -5, €39,394.54

T-37: Will Zalatoris, -5, €39,394.54

MORE: Rory McIlroy continues hard-line stance on Saudi golf venture after Norman joins group

T-39: Rafa Cabrera Bello, -4, €34,772.84

T-39: Sean Crocker, -4, €34,772.84

T-39: Jamie Donaldson, -4, €34,772.84

T-39: Antoine Rozner, -4, €34,772.84

T-39: Danny Willett, -4, €34,772.84

44: Maximilian Kieffer, -3, €30,811.37

45: Richard Bland, -2, €29,931.05

T-46: Francesco Laporta, -1, €28,610.56

T-46: Victor Perez, -1, €28,610.56

48: Masahiro Kawamura, E, €27,290.07

49: Bernd Wiesberger, +2, €26,409.75

50: Justin Harding, +3, €25,969.59

51: James Morrison, +4, €25,529.42

52: Tapio Pulkkanen, +5,€25,089.26

WD: Calum Hill, €24,649.10

More from Golf Digest

Trending now.

2023 DP World Tour Money List

Leading money winners on DP World Tour for 2023 season. List of tournament results and prize money won for each player from 2023 tournaments.

european pga tour career money list

  • Elvira holds nerve to win Soudal Open
  • Nine earn US Open spots following final qualifying at Walton Heath
  • PETER OOSTERHUIS – 1948-2024
  • Clutch Pro Tour events to receive official world ranking points

european pga tour career money list

Morikawa makes history as first American to win European Tour money list

C ollin Morikawa became the first American to win the European Tour’s money list after chalking up a three-stroke victory at the season-ending DP World Tour Championship in Dubai.

A truly stunning 2021 season for the 24-year-old, which had already yielded a maiden World Golf Championships title, a second Major trophy, and a winning debut appearance in the Ryder Cup, was given a fairytale ending at Jumeirah Golf Estates.

Morikawa, whose last bogey of the tournament came on the 13th hole during round two, had to be patient in the final round as he picked up only one shot on the front nine. But his round took flight from the 12th, when a birdie three kicked off an incredible run of five birdies in the final seven holes.

With the Californian piling the pressure on third round leader Rory McIlroy, the Northern Irishman suffered a horrid stroke of bad fortune at the 15th, his approach hitting the pin and rebounding into a greenside bunker, resulting in the first of three bogeys coming home for the two-time Race to Dubai Champion.

Morikawa’s exhibition round continued to delight the fans down the stretch, as the reigning Open Champion drained a lengthy birdie putt for a two at the 17th, before coming within inches of a closing eagle at the 18th hole on the Fire Course.

A tap-in birdie, however, was enough for a six-under 66 and a 17 under total, bookending a week which began with his receiving Honorary Membership of the European Tour.

Matt Fitzpatrick, last year’s The 2020 DP World Tour champion, had earlier given himself a shot at a successful title defence, but he had to be content with a share of second spot alongside Swede Alexander Björk, with respective final rounds of 66 and 70 leaving them on a 14 under total. Nicolai Højgaard and Robert MacIntyre shared fourth on 13 under par, while McIlroy finished in a share of sixth alongside Ian Poulter and Dean Burmester.

Speaking about becoming the first US player to win the Race to Dubai point lists, Morikawa said:  “It’s very special and an honour. To be the first American to do that, to put my name against so many greats is very special.   To have this chance, and close it out with a win in the DP World Tour Championship, what a great way to finish that.”

He added: “Starting off with six pars, especially with some birdie holes, wasn’t fun. I felt like I was hitting some good shots, but I wasn’t getting the breaks I needed. When I looked at the leaderboard after nine, I knew that I was still in there and I just needed one spark. And at 12, I got a great break, thinning my second shot, made the putt, and that got the momentum started and from there on in the putts somehow started dropping, and that’s always fun.”

The tournament marked the end of the European Tour, as it will become the DP World Tour from the start of the 2022 season – which begins at the Joburg Open on Thursday – and features a total prize fund in excess of  £147m across 47 events in 27 countries.

To see the final Race to Dubai rankings, click here . 

  • Ad-FREE Experience
  • Historical Contract Information
  • Historical Team Financials
  • Advanced Data Portal

spotrac

Popular Pages

  • Free Agents
  • Transactions
  • All Transactions
  • Fines & Suspensions

Trending Players

  • Brandon McManus
  • Ja'Marr Chase
  • Patrick Mahomes
  • Justin Jefferson
  • Taylor Lewan

european pga tour career money list

  • Trade Machine
  • Andrew Nembhard
  • Jaylen Brown
  • T.J. McConnell
  • Kyrie Irving
  • Jayson Tatum

european pga tour career money list

  • Tax Payrolls
  • Cash Payrolls
  • Ronald Acuña Jr.
  • Giancarlo Stanton
  • Anthony Rizzo
  • Shohei Ohtani

european pga tour career money list

  • Darnell Nurse
  • Tom Gilbert
  • Connor McDavid
  • Leon Draisaitl
  • Jason Robertson

european pga tour career money list

Metropolitan

european pga tour career money list

  • Kate Martin
  • Caitlin Clark
  • Sophie Cunningham
  • Helena Pueyo
  • Robyn Parks

european pga tour career money list

  • Team Payroll
  • Timo Werner
  • Anthony Martial
  • Mason Greenwood
  • Bukayo Saka
  • Kalvin Phillips

european pga tour career money list

  • Leicy Santos
  • Kylie Strom
  • Andressa Alves
  • Kerolin Nicoli Israel Ferraz
  • Barbra Banda

european pga tour career money list

  • Golf Earnings
  • Lexi Thompson
  • Grayson Murray
  • Alexis Thompson
  • Tommy Fleetwood
  • Will Zalatoris
  • Career Earnings
  • Teams/Drivers
  • Driver Results
  • Salary Rankings

european pga tour career money list

  • RESULTS & EARNINGS
  • PLAYER IMPACT PROGRAM
  • COMCAST BUSINESS TOUR TOP 10
  • CAREER EARNINGS
  • TRANSACTIONS
  • Official Tournament Earnings
  • Majors Earnings
  • Total Earnings

PGA Official Tournament Earnings

Listing the career earnings for official tournaments for PGA golfers.

RECENT NEWS

News image

2024 NBA Offseason Financials: Miami Heat

Breaking down the upcoming offseason for each 2024-25 NBA team, including cap space figures, free agents, extension candidates, draft pick scenarios, & thoughts on potential trades, exceptions & plenty more.

THE SPOTRAC PODCAST

Podcast image

All-NBA Financials, NFL Holdouts, & the NCAA Settlement

Mike Ginnitti & Brandon Kravitz detail contract updates for recent All-NBA honorees, including Luka Doncic, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Anthony Edwards, & Tyrese Haliburton. Plus, notable NFL players holding out for OTAs and their future contract outlooks. And, the NCAA is nearing an historic settlement to compensation current & past athletes, setting up a potential revenue-sharing pay structure going forward.

TRENDING PLAYERS

  • 1 Andrew Nembhard (PG, IND)
  • 2 Jaylen Brown (SF, BOS)
  • 3 T.J. McConnell (PG, IND)
  • 4 Kyrie Irving (PG, DAL)
  • 5 Jayson Tatum (PF, BOS)

TRENDING PAGES

  • 1 NBA Free Agents
  • 2 NFL Free Agents
  • 3 NFL Transactions
  • 4 MLB Free Agents
  • 5 NBA Cap Tracker
  • CBSSports.com
  • Fanatics Sportsbook
  • CBS Sports Home
  • Triple Crown 
  • Champions League
  • Motor Sports
  • High School

pro-pickem-180x100.png

Football Pick'em

college-pickem-180x100.png

College Pick'em

Fantasy baseball, fantasy football, fantasy basketball, fantasy hockey, franchise games, 24/7 sports news network.

cbs-sports-hq-watch-dropdown.jpg

  • CBS Sports Golazo Network
  • PGA Tour on CBS
  • UEFA Champions League
  • UEFA Europa League
  • Italian Serie A
  • Watch CBS Sports Network
  • TV Shows & Listings

The Early Edge

201120-early-edge-logo-square.jpg

A Daily SportsLine Betting Podcast

With the First Pick

wtfp-logo-01.png

NFL Draft recap

  • Podcasts Home
  • The First Cut Golf
  • Beyond the Arc
  • We Need to Talk Now
  • Eye On College Basketball
  • NFL Pick Six
  • Cover 3 College Football
  • Fantasy Football Today
  • My Teams Organize / See All Teams Help Account Settings Log Out

Career Money Leaders

The 10 highest-paid athletes in the world

  • Forbes released its annual ranking of the world's highest-paid athletes.
  • The top 10 on the list have a combined income of $1.38 billion.
  • Cristiano Ronaldo is the world's highest-paid athlete of 2024, earning $260 million.

Insider Today

In May 2024, Forbes released its annual ranking of the world's highest-paid athletes, revealing the total salaries of sports' biggest stars.

The top 10 earners — all male — come from seven countries, play four sports, and have a combined income of over $1 billion thanks to their efforts on and off their respective fields, courts, courses, and pitches.

Forbes calculated players' incomes from May 1, 2023, to May 1, 2024. The publication reported that on-field earnings included factors like prize money, salaries, and bonuses, while off-field earnings included things like sponsorship deals, licensing income, and memorabilia. Taxes and agents' fees were not deducted from any player's income.

As the sports industry continues to reach new heights, here are 2024's 10 highest-paid athletes.

10. Lamar Jackson — $100.5 million

european pga tour career money list

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is a two-time NFL MVP known for his dual-threat abilities. During the 2023 season, he threw 307 completions for 3,678 yards and 24 passing touchdowns, ESPN reported. He also rushed for 821 yards and five touchdowns. Jackson led the Ravens to a 13-4 record, finishing as AFC North Division champs.

In May 2023, he signed a five-year, $260 million contract extension that included a massive $72.5 million signing bonus.

Forbes reported that Jackson earns an estimated $2 million outside the NFL thanks to his growing business portfolio, which includes a clothing line called Era 8, a production company, and a soul-food restaurant based in his hometown of Pompano Beach, Florida. Jackson also works with companies like Oakley and StatusPro.

9. Stephen Curry — $102 million

european pga tour career money list

Stephen Curry is a 3-point specialist who's undeniably changed the sport of basketball . Throughout his career, Curry and the Golden State Warriors have won four NBA championships. He won the 2022 NBA Finals MVP Award and is also a two-time NBA MVP, four-time All-NBA 1st-team selection, and the record-holder for most regular season 3-pointers of all time, with 3,747 and counting, ESPN reported.

His success yielded a lucrative four-year contract extension with Golden State in 2021 worth $215 million, Forbes reported, giving him an estimated annual salary of $52 million.

Off the court, Curry has an ongoing collaboration with Under Armour for The Curry Brand, which includes footwear, clothing, and accessories. He also has major sponsorship deals with brands like Subway, Rakuten, and Google for an estimated $50 million in additional earnings.

8. Karim Benzema — $106 million

european pga tour career money list

2022 Ballon d'Or winner Karim Benzema is a four-time French Player of the Year and a current member of Al-Ittihad in the Saudi Pro League. The second all-time leading goal scorer at Real Madrid, Benzema is just one of many players to jump from a top-five European league to Saudi Arabia during the 2023 summer transfer window , marking an unprecedented mass exodus.

Forbes estimates his on-field earnings with Al-Ittihad equal $100 million, while his off-field earnings reach $6 million thanks to sponsors like Adidas, Volkswagen, and Michael Kors Holdings.

7. Neymar — $108 million

european pga tour career money list

As Brazil's all-time leading male goal scorer, Neymar has scored 79 goals in 128 international appearances. This puts him over Brazilian soccer legend Pelé , who had 77 goals during his career with the Brazilian national team. Neymar is also the highest-scoring Brazilian player in Champions League history, with 43 goals in the competition during his tenures at FC Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain, per UEFA.com . Like Benzema, he transitioned from European soccer to the Saudi Pro League, joining Al-Hilal in 2023.

In addition to his $80 million in compensation, Neymar reportedly received a mansion, luxury cars, private jet access, and special permission to live with his girlfriend as part of his deal with Al-Hilal, Forbes reported. He also earns an estimated $28 million from deals with Skims, Puma, Red Bull, and more.

6. Kylian Mbappé — $110 million

european pga tour career money list

Kylian Mbappé has the world at his feet. At 25, he's already won the World Cup and reached the final of another, been named French Player of the Year three times, and has won the French Ligue 1 seven times, once with Monaco and six times with Paris Saint-Germain. Now, as his contract with PSG nears expiration in June, all eyes are on the French captain's next move.

In his final year with the club, he earned $90 million for his on-field performance. Mbappé also earns an additional $20 million from sponsorships with RIMOWA, Nike, Oakley, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton; his graphic novel, "Je m'appelle Kylian;" and his production company, Zebra Valley.

5. Giannis Antetokounmpo — $111 million

european pga tour career money list

Nicknamed the "Greek Freak," Giannis Antetokounmpo is an eight-time NBA All-Star and two-time league MVP who, in 2021, helped lead the Milwaukee Bucks to their first NBA Championship in 50 years. That same year, he was named to the NBA's 75th Anniversary Team alongside league legends like Michael Jordan and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

Yet Antetokounmpo earns more money off the court than he does on it. Forbes reported that he earns $46 million from the Bucks and $65 million from partnerships and sponsorships with brands like Starry and Amazon, his sixth signature shoe with Nike, and his production company.

4. LeBron James — $128.2 million

european pga tour career money list

Los Angeles Lakers power forward LeBron James is the all-time leading scorer in NBA history and the fourth all-time assists leader with 40,474 points and 11,009 assists, ESPN reported. He is a four-time NBA Champion, four-time Finals MVP, four-time league MVP, and 20-time All-Star. James has also made his mark internationally, winning two Olympic gold medals , and will pursue another this summer in Paris.

As the first active NBA player to become a billionaire and highest earning athlete off the court, James has certainly seen his fair share of contracts. For the 2023-2024 season, he signed a two-year maximum veteran contract extension with the Lakers worth about $99 million, and Forbes reports his annual on-field earnings as $48.2 million. Meanwhile, he earned $80 million from endorsement deals with PepsiCo, Nike, Beats by Dre, Taco Bell, and DraftKings. Forbes reports that one of James' key business strategies is to take equity in brands he works with, increasing his earnings.

3. Lionel Messi — $135 million

european pga tour career money list

Lionel Messi is widely regarded as the greatest soccer player of all time, and for good reason. The Argentine forward is an eight-time Ballon d'Or winner with more than 800 goals scored for club and country. In 2022, the all-time goal scorer and appearance maker for Argentina led his nation to a long-awaited World Cup victory, Goal.com reported. The following year, the former Barcelona star brought his talents stateside to David Beckham's Inter Miami in MLS, helping the team become the second-most valuable franchise in the league with a value of $1.03 billion, Forbes reports.

For his efforts, Messi reportedly earns $65 million from his salary, signing bonus, and Inter Miami stake. It's worth noting that his guaranteed salary of $20.4 million alone is more than the total pay of 25 MLS rosters, The Athletic reported. Off the field, he earns $70 million from sponsorships with Adidas, Apple, Konami, Gatorade, Mastercard, and more.

2. Jon Rahm — $218 million

european pga tour career money list

With wins at the 2023 US Open and Masters Tournament , Rahm was one of the major golf stars who switched from the PGA Tour to Saudi-backed LIV Golf in December 2023. The Spanish golfer has 11 PGA Tour wins and eight victories on the European Tour.

Rahm's LIV contract was reportedly worth $350 million guaranteed, and Forbes estimates he received half of this guarantee upfront. This means Rahm likely received $175 million from LIV for signing, as well as another $23 million in prize money and other bonuses from both LIV and the PGA Tour. As of May 13, Rahm has earned $6.6 million in prize money in 2024. He also earns $20 million in endorsements from Callaway Golf, Mercedes-Benz, and Rolex.

1. Cristiano Ronaldo — $260 million

european pga tour career money list

Cristiano Ronaldo is the highest-paid athlete in the world for the fourth time in his career and was the first active team sport athlete to earn over $1 billion, Forbes reported. A five-time Ballon d'Or winner, Ronaldo has scored over 850 goals for club and country, making him one of the most prolific goal-scorers in soccer history. In December 2022, he transferred from Manchester United to the Saudi Pro League club Al-Nassr. As of May 21, 2024, ESPN reports that he leads the league this season with 33 goals.

His transfer resulted in an annual salary of $200 million from Al-Nassr. He also earns an estimated $60 million from other projects and deals, such as his CR7-branded clothing, accessories, hotels, and gyms, as well as sponsorships from Nike, Herbalife, and Unilever.

european pga tour career money list

  • Main content

Search Golf Compendium

Golf compendium, pga tour career money list leaders.

Phil Mickelson ranks high on the PGA Tour career money list

Top 50 on the PGA Tour Career Money List

How the career money list matters in pga tour eligibility, popular posts from this blog, golfers with the most wins in major championships, 2024 masters tournament winner and final scores.

Image

24 Famous Golfers Who Were Photographed in the Nude

european pga tour career money list

2024 Charles Schwab Challenge money: Here's how much every player made

D avis Riley, sleeping on a 54-hole lead for just the second time in his PGA Tour career captured the situation he was in perfectly Saturday night.

“When you got Scottie [Scheffler] breathing down your neck, you can’t really let up any, so I know it’s going to be tough and it’s going to be a fun day,” Riley said after shooting a third-round 66 at the Charles Schwab Challenge. Scheffler posted a 63, the best round of the day by three, to vault up the leaderboard in second place at Colonial.

Riley has one prior PGA Tour win, but it was when he teamed with Nick Hardy to win the Zurich Classic team event. This time he’s on his own and his closest chaser has done this a time, or two, or 10.

After a chaos-filled and disappointing PGA Championship for Scheffler , he opened with one of his worst rounds of the season at Colonial, in Fort Worth, not far from his home in Dallas. But as the recently renovated Colonial bit back, Scheffler sprung back into contention with a 66-63 run on Friday and Saturday to earn the final-round pairing with Riley.

However, playing with the best player on the planet isn’t one unfamiliar to the 27-year-old Riley. Scheffler beat Riley in the finals of the 2013 U.S. Junior Amateur.

“I’ve known Scottie for a long time and played a lot of junior golf with him, college golf, and he obviously is playing some really good golf right now,” Riley said. “So he’s going to come out swinging, but I’m looking forward to the challenge and it will be a fun day competing out there.”

With that, below you can check out the complete payout breakdown for this week's Charles Schwab Challenge, played at Colonial Country Club . The total purse is $9.1 million. 

How much every player made at the 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge

(Final payouts will be updated upon conclusion of the final round)

1. $1,638,000

2. $991,900

3. $627,900

4. $445,900

5. $373,100

6. $329,875

7. $307,125

8. $284,375

9. $266,175

10. $247,975

11. $229,775

12. $211,575

13. $193,375

14. $175,175

15. $166,075

16. $156,975

17. $147,875

18. $138,775

19. $129,675

20. $120,575

21. $111,475

22. $102,375

23. $95,095

24. $87,815

25. $80,535

26. $73,255

27. $70,525

28. $67,795

29. $65,065

30. $62,335

31. $59,605

T32. K.H. Lee, $51,961

Ben Silverman

Justin Rose

T37. Peter Malnati, $38,675

Joseph Bramlett

Jordan Spieth

Martin Laird

Rickie Fowler

Keith Mitchell

T45. Troy Merritt, $27,099.80

Daniel Berger

Zach Johnson

Patrick Rodgers

Gary Woodland

T50. Kevin Streelman, $22,234.33

Charley Hoffman

Victor Perez

Webb Simpson

Brendon Todd

T56. Tyler Duncan, $20,839

Thomas Detry

Joel Dahmen

T61. Parker Coody, $20,111

64. Emiliano Grillo, $19,747

T65. Austin Smotherman, $19,292

Mark Hubbard

Kevin Kisner

69. Ryan Moore, $18,837

T70. Vincent Norrman, $18,564

Callum Tarren

The post 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge money: Here's how much every player made  appeared first on Golf .

2024 Charles Schwab Challenge money: Here's how much every player made

InsideGolf

  • Share on Facebook
  • Share on Twitter
  • Share by Email

He tripled a senior tour salary on LIV. Now he’s contending for a senior major

  • Follow on Twitter
  • Follow on Instagram

Richard Bland is leading at the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship.

Getty Images

A few years ago, Richard Bland’s career was left for dead.

He was 46 years old and on the brink, a zero-time professional winner who’d just been relegated from the DP World Tour to the Challenger Tour. At his age, Bland’s odds of getting another shot in the big leagues were next to zero. His odds of making it back to the big leagues and making something of it? Well, they were stretching the limits of the decimal point.

On Friday morning, Richard Bland awoke in a very different place. He was holding the lead at the Senior PGA Championship, topping a leaderboard of former stars like Steve Stricker and Jim Furyk after an opening-round, 7-under 64. And wildest of all? He was doing it with the knowledge that in a field full of big-time senior tour earners, he had tripled nearly all of their 2024 salaries.

For Blandy, the story begins in his 478th professional start at the 2021 Betfred British Masters, when the unthinkable happened: He won . At 48 years old he was the oldest first-time winner ever on the European Tour. The victory guaranteed him invites into the U.S. Open and PGA Championships, and a strong stretch of golf followed over the next year, which included starts on the PGA Tour and a full DP World Tour calendar.

Then, in June 2022, chaos arrived to professional golf. LIV Golf burst onto the scene with billions in funding and a mandate to hire a class of professional golfers. Bland, a pro golf lifer with little in the bank to show for it, was the ideal early target. LIV’s $20 million events offered more money than he’d ever dreamed of, and the no-cut structure protected him from the bottom falling out. The choice was easy, and before long, he was a founding member of the Cleeks .

Two years and a number of LIV starts later, an email arrived from the PGA of America’s Bob Jeffrey last May. Jeffrey wanted to know: Did Bland, then 50 and newly eligible for senior tour events, have any interest in competing in the Senior PGA Championship?

“Yeah, I got invited last year. Completely out of the blue. I wasn’t expecting it,” Bland said. “Unfortunately I couldn’t play it. Clashed with a LIV event.”

As it turned out, Bland was eligible for the tournament based on a one-time exemption given to past DP World Tour winners. The exemption was due to lapse in 2025, but when Bland saw his tournament schedule was free for the week of the tournament this year, he reached back out to the PGA of America.

“I said, ‘look, I appreciated the gesture for the invite. If it could be run to this year I would love to come play,'” Bland said. “And Bob came straight back and said, ‘we would love to have you,’ so here I am.”

That’s how Bland arrived at Harbor Shores Golf Club in southern Michigan for this week’s Senior PGA, and after a brilliant start to the week, it’s also how he finds himself near the top of the leaderboard.

“I know Seth Waugh very well. He was my Dunhill partner few moons ago now. So I saw Seth last night. You know, I thanked him for it,” Bland said. “Yeah, I’m very grateful for the invite and hopefully I can do something with it.”

We don’t know for sure how Blandy’s fellow senior tour competitors feel about the whole ordeal. The 51-year-old Cleek entered Friday morning with $1.9 million in earnings for the season, triple all but five players on the Champions Tour in 2024.

Regardless, Bland will enter the weekend the highest-paid player in a field of those competing for a piece of the Senior PGA’s $3.5 million winner’s purse. And with a good shot of holding the 36-hole lead come Friday evening, he might just be the favorite of the field.

Not bad for a guy on the brink.

Latest In News

2024 rbc canadian open: how to watch, tv coverage, streaming info, tee times, 2024 rbc canadian open odds: defending champion is our long-shot pick in ontario, espn's stanford steve recalls the first time he met scott van pelt , patrick reed on being cast as a villain, his controversies, and how he sees himself, james colgan.

James Colgan is a news and features editor at GOLF, writing stories for the website and magazine. He manages the Hot Mic, GOLF’s media vertical, and utilizes his on-camera experience across the brand’s platforms. Prior to joining GOLF, James graduated from Syracuse University, during which time he was a caddie scholarship recipient (and astute looper) on Long Island, where he is from. He can be reached at [email protected].

  • Author Twitter Account
  • Author Instagram Account

Related Articles

Giant liv contracts shake up forbes' list of richest athletes, sergio garcia misses u.s. open qualifying in agonizing fashion, at the pga championship, golf's most controversial invite has a lot to say, 'i wanted to throw up': brooks koepka endured 'punishment' workouts after disappointing masters, 'i want to wring his neck:' golf channel analysts irate after jon rahm comments, report: major-winning liv pro declined invite to 2024 pga championship, brutal honesty from brooks koepka (and other pros) is fantastic insight. here’s why, liv golf schedule weirdness continues with championship announcement, forget talor gooch. this liv golfer deserves major invites | tuesday takes .

What is Tommy Fleetwood's net worth?

Tommy Fleetwood net worth: What is Tommy Fleetwood's net worth? Check out how much cash the PGA Tour and European Ryder Cup star has.

What is Tommy Fleetwood's net worth?

Tommy Fleetwood boasts a considerable net worth these days owing to his performances on the PGA Tour , major championships and his marketability. 

Only the man himself knows how much cash he has in the bank and he likely wouldn't tell you even if you asked politely. 

But we can have a good guess at working out Tommy Fleetwood's net worth by taking a closer look at information in the public domain. 

Let's take a look...

Tommy Fleetwood

PGA Tour winnings

A large amount of Fleetwood's net worth comes directly from his performances on the course. 

Fleetwood is now an established member of the PGA Tour and DP World Tour . 

As of May 2024, Fleetwood had amassed a total of $22,948,296 in PGA Tour prize money. 

That's quite a remarkable sum of money, really, when you consider he is yet to taste a victory on the North American circuit. 

On the DP World Tour, Fleetwood has won on seven occasions.

His career money won on the European circuit, as of May 2024, was €30,640,511.62 ($33,332,280.57) . 

Tommy Fleetwood

PGA Tour bonuses

In 2022, the PGA Tour introduced the player impact program (PIP). 

The PIP rewards their biggest stars with cash bonuses. 

When it was introduced, it was largely seen as attempt by the North American circuit to prevent the top names from joining the LIV Golf League . 

The PIP is calculated by a number of different metrics, such as TV time and Google searches, but it is largely seen as a social media popularity contest. 

It will come as no surprise to you the likes of Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy have reigned supreme in the PIP, scooping most of the cash on offer. 

But Fleetwood has also benefitted from the PIP. 

The Englishman did not feature in the inaugural PIP as it was only reserved for the top-10 names. 

But in 2022-2023, Fleetwood ranked ninth in the 20-man list, earning a cool $5,000,000 bonus. 

Here are the full results:

Elsewhere, Fleetwood also benefitted from an equity share in PGA Tour Enterprises. 

The for-profit company was created amid the circuit's jostle with LIV. 

In January 2024, it was reported $750m worth of equity was divided among the top 36 players. 

Woods and McIlroy were said to have been given $100m and $50m respectively. 

Fleetwood's share was not known but he was in the top bracket. 

Tommy Fleetwood

Fleetwood is also part of Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy's indoor golf league, TGL , which was announced in the summer of 2023.

Fleetwood is part of Los Angeles Golf Club. His teammates are Justin Rose , Collin Morikawa and Sahith Theegala . 

According to GOLF, 54 per cent of TGL is owned by the parent company, TMRW Sports. 

The PGA Tour owns 18 per cent and the billionaire investors who have purchased teams, such as Arthur Blank, also have a share of 18 per cent. 

The remaining 10 per cent equity is shared between the players, meaning Fleetwood will also get a nice sum of cash trickling in. 

Tommy Fleetwood

Fleetwood also makes a vast sum of money through his sponsors. 

He has a multiyear contract to use TaylorMade golf equipment. 

Fleetwood is also paid to wear Nike clothes. 

It is not known how much Fleetwood is paid by these brands but for context it is common knowledge Rory McIlroy signed a 10-year deal worth $100m to wear Nike clothes. 

Fleetwood is also sponsored by BMW and Tag Heuer. 

What is Tommy Fleetwood's net worth in 2024?

Estimated:  

  • $20,000,000

Sponsored Posts

Latest news.

Harry Diamond with Rory McIlroy

Latest Reviews

Titleist SM10 Wedges

Purse breakdown: Record purse, first-place prize money at PGA Championship

A close-up look at the Wanamaker Trophy. (Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

A close-up look at the Wanamaker Trophy. (Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

Change Text Size

The 106th PGA Championship returns to Valhalla Golf Club for the first time in a decade after seeing Rory McIlroy hoist the Wanamaker Trophy in 2014 for his last of four major wins. The Louisville, Kentucky, club hosts its fourth PGA Championship and the second major of the 2024 season. The PGA of America announced a record purse and first-place prize money for the 2024 edition of the championship.

This year’s PGA Championship at Valhalla features a packed leaderboard for the final round, where Collin Morikawa and Xander Schauffele shared the 54-hole lead at 15-under, with Sahith Theegala, Bryson DeChambeau, Shane Lowry, Viktor Hovland and others chasing shortly behind.

See the full purse breakdown below.

Stricker seeking Michiana “sweep” when Senior PGA stops at Harbor Shores

With ’19 senior open title already out of oven, stricker seeks senior pga at final kitchenaid event.

european pga tour career money list

BENTON HARBOR, Mich. — Only one golfer has a chance to pull off the Michiana Senior Sweep when the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship makes what could be its last visit to Harbor Shores, Jack Nicklaus’ masterpiece on the shores of Lake Michigan.

That would be 57-year-old Steve Stricker, the magic man from Madison, Wis., who in late June of 2019 about 50 miles down the road at Notre Dame’s Warren Golf Course won the U.S. Senior Open with a record score of 19-under 261. 

Among the spectators under the Golden Dome was golf’s all-time major winner Nicklaus, who in 2010 opened the par-71, 6,852-yard Club of Harbor Shores where Thursday the Senior PGA will be contested for the sixth and likely final time. The course, which first hosted the Senior PGA in 2012, meanders its way through lowlands, dunelands, highlands and meadowlands by the bisecting Paw Paw River on grounds once ruled by the sponsoring Whirlpool Corporation. Back in February, however, Whirlpool and KitchenAid announced plans to part ways with the Senior PGA.

'We don’t want to be the NFL.' Notre Dame president 'concerned' with state of college sports

 Stricker, who captained the victorious 2021 U.S. Ryder Cup team at Whistling Straits in northern Wisconsin, took this past week off from the PGA Championship at Valhalla in order to be ready to defend the title he won in Frisco, Texas, in a one-hole playoff with Ireland’s Padraig Harrington, his European team counterpart, after both golfers were tied after four trips around the Fields Ranch East course with 18-under 270 totals.

Last Sunday at Greystone Golf & Country Club in Hoover, Ala., Stricker finished tied for third with Stewart Cink and Ernie Els three strokes behind champion Doug Barron’s 17-under-par runaway effort which win the Regions Tradition by two strokes over New Zealand’s Steven Alker, whose name was scratched from the final entry list released Friday by the PGA. It was Alker who won the 2022 Senior PGA championship at Harbor Shores after Stricker pulled out just prior because of COVID-19 precautions. 

Stricker actually decided before his final round of three-under 69 at Greystone that he would skip a trip to Valhalla no matter how he finished on the leaderboard.

“I’m tired. I’m old,” Stricker said prior to his announcement. “You know, I know where my place is. I’m going to assess where I’m at.” Then on Sunday, he made it official, claiming fatigue. “I just can’t play four (times) out of five weeks,” added Stricker, who is the playing host for the second Champions Tour event following the Senior PGA, the 54-hole American Family Insurance Classic at University Ridge in Madison.

Stricker, who has seven senior major titles among his 17 PGA Champions Tour titles, was seeking his third straight Regions Tradition crown when the 54-year-old Barron overcame him with a final-round 68.

N.D. men's lacrosse: Notre Dame men's lacrosse continues pursuit of back-to-back national titles

“I really thought he would do what he does at this tournament every year,” said Barron, who also had to ignore the final-round 63 shot by the 52-year-old Alker.

Alker’s late withdrawal means the Champions Tour’s leading money winner with just under $1.2 million will not be in the 156-player field. Ironically it was a final-round 63 by Alker that the New Zealand native used two years ago on the final day at Harbor Shores to zoom past Canada’s Stephen Ames by three strokes and Germany’s Bernhard Langer by six to win his first and only senior major.

The 66-year-old Langer, whose two Masters hang nicely next to his 46 Champions Tour victories which include 12 senior titles, will be playing for the third time since he had surgery to repair the torn Achilles tendon in his left ankle. He suffered the injury while playing pickleball at the end of January following his T22 finish at Hualalai. The determined Langer returned on May 5 to play 36 holes (69-74) in the rain-delayed Insperity Invitational at The Woodlands, Texas, that had its final round cancelled. Langer finished T31 behind champion Scott Dunlap.

“I still think I have a lot of good golf in me,” noted Langer, who tied for eighth at the Regions Tradition, shooting 69 on the final day though limping noticeably.

The 60-year-old Ames, a native of Trinidad and Tobago and a Canadian citizen from Vancouver, comes in second on the money list with $956,120 in nine events and won earlier this year at the Chubb Classic (Feb. 5) and the Mitsubishi Electric Classic (April 28). Ames is one spot on the money list ahead of the 58-year-old Broadhurst, an Englishman who won here in 2018 with a 19-under 265 that matched the 2016 winning effort of Rocco Mediate. Broadhurst won at the Invited Celebrity Classic, has four other Top 10 finishes and earned $813,446.

Others who could make their way to the leaderboard this week include South Koreans Y.E. Yang (seventh in earnings) and K.J. Choi (ninth)i; South Africa major winners Els (21 st ) and Retief Goosen (10 th ); Stricker’s Madison, Wis., good buddy Jerry Kelly (11 th ); past KitchenAid winner Alex Cejka (13 th ) of Germany via Czechoslovakia; Dublin’s Harrington (15 th ), who won March 24 at the Hoag Classic Newport Beach; Spain’s Miguel Angel Jimenez (17 th ); and Cink (24 th ), a 51-year-old American who finished T3 at the Regions Tradition while playing a mixture of regular and senior tour events.

IMAGES

  1. All Time Money Winners On The Pga Tour

    european pga tour career money list

  2. 2024 Pga Tour Money List

    european pga tour career money list

  3. The list of the top career money winners in every current PGA Tour

    european pga tour career money list

  4. All Time Money Winners On The Pga Tour

    european pga tour career money list

  5. PGA Tour and European Tour career money list leaders

    european pga tour career money list

  6. PGA Tour and European Tour career money list leaders

    european pga tour career money list

VIDEO

  1. PGA Tour Career Mode Quick Rounds At Augusta National

  2. EA Sports PGA Tour

  3. EA Sports PGA Tour

  4. PGA Tour Career: Masters Final Round

  5. Can you name the 10 players to earn the most PGA Tour prize money in 2022-23?

COMMENTS

  1. Career Money List

    Career Money List Shall mean a list of players who are, or who have at any time in their careers been Members, which is computed during each Official Season and lists the total prize money earned in a Member's career up to and including 31st December 1984 in DP World Tour Approved Tournaments and thereafter the total Official Money he earned in Race to Dubai Ranking Tournaments.

  2. European Tour

    European Tour - Career Money List. List of players who are, or have at any time in their careers been, members of the European Tour, compiled during each Official Season. Total prize money earned in a member's career from 31st December 1984 to the present day DP World Tour.

  3. European Tour Career Money List

    The European Tour was founded in 1971 and its first official season was 1972. Golfers who rank in the Top 40 on the tour's career money list retain their tour cards via Exemption Category 9. Golfers eligible to be included in the European Tour career money list are those who were/are tour members and earned that cash in official European Tour ...

  4. European Tour All Time Money List

    Last Updated: September 12, 2023. The top 100 Prize Money leaders on the European Tour have won €1,399,014,126, with Rory Mcilroy currently leading the all time money list, with €50,294,549 in career earnings. Other top earners in the list include Lee Westwood (€38,825,014), Sergio Garcia (€30,100,249), and Justin Rose (€29,656,856).

  5. PGA European Tour

    The European Tour, currently titled as the DP World Tour for sponsorship reasons, and legally the PGA European Tour or the European Tour Group, is the leading men's professional golf tour in Europe. ... The table below shows the top 10 career money leaders on the European Tour. Due to increases in prize money over the years, it is dominated by ...

  6. Highest career earnings on golf's DP World Tour

    Share. The highest career earnings on golf's DP World Tour are €44,594,732 (£39,243,320; $47,434,525), achieved by Rory McIlroy (UK) as of 23 February 2023. McIlroy has won 14 tournaments on the DP World Tour (formerly known as the PGA European Tour). Records change on a daily basis and are not immediately published online.

  7. 23 European Tour Golfers Who've Earned $20 Million (or More) During Career

    22. Danny Willett. 23. Robert Karlsson. Since 1984, 23 European Tour members have earned at least $20 million in their careers on tour. The all-time money winner is 48-year old Lee Westwood who has earned over $45 million, closely followed by Rory McIlroy who's deposited about $44.5 million. Westwood and McIlroy are the only two with….

  8. Here's the prize money payout for each golfer at the 2021 DP World Tour

    In the process, he made history by becoming the first U.S. player ever to win the tour's season-long points title. To the winner goes the spoils. The RtD title comes with a $1 million bonus for ...

  9. List of golfers with most European Tour wins

    This is in contrast to the list of golfers with most PGA Tour wins, which includes Open Championship wins before that tournament became an official money event in 1995, because they were retrospectively designated as PGA Tour wins in 2002. Sometime prior to 2009, the European Tour made such a retrospective designation with respect to the three ...

  10. 2023 DP World Tour Money List

    Leading money winners on DP World Tour for 2023 season. List of tournament results and prize money won for each player from 2023 tournaments. Players Countries Earnings Tours Blog. Open main menu ... Players Countries Earnings Tours Blog. 2023 DP World Tour Money List. Leading money winners on DP World Tour for 2023 season. List of tournament ...

  11. PGA Tour and European Tour Career Money List Leaders

    Christian Petersen/Getty. Career earnings and wins include both the PGA Tour and the European Tour. 30. Brandt Snedeker — $36.9 million. 29. Hunter Mahan — $37.5 million. 28. Jordan Spieth ...

  12. European Tour Order of Merit Winners

    Until 2012, that winner was the golfer who won the most money on the European Tour. (And that money was calculated in euros (€); prior to 1999, it was calculated in British pounds.) Beginning in 2013, the Tour changed the Order of Merit winner to a points-based system. The points-based Order of Merit chase is known as the Race to Dubai.

  13. Morikawa makes history as first American to win European Tour money list

    Collin Morikawa became the first American to win the European Tour's money list after chalking up a three-stroke victory at the season-ending DP World Tour Championship in Dubai. A truly stunning 2021 season for the 24-year-old, which had already yielded a maiden World Golf Championships title, a second Major trophy, and a winning debut appearance in the Ryder Cup, was given a fairytale ...

  14. Golf Stat and Records

    Do you want to know who are the career money leaders in PGA TOUR history? Check out the official stats and records of the golfers who have earned the most prize money in their careers. You can ...

  15. European Senior Tour

    The European Senior Tour, currently branded as the Legends Tour, is a professional golf tour for male golfers aged 50 and over, run by the PGA European Tour.The tour was titled as the Staysure Tour for the 2018 and 2019 seasons after UK-based insurance company Staysure became the first title sponsors of the senior tour in December 2017. The tour was relaunched as the Legends Tour in 2020 ...

  16. PGA Official Tournament Earnings

    All-NBA Financials, NFL Holdouts, & the NCAA Settlement. Mike Ginnitti & Brandon Kravitz detail contract updates for recent All-NBA honorees, including Luka Doncic, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Anthony Edwards, & Tyrese Haliburton.

  17. 2024 Soudal Open final results: Prize money payout, DP World Tour ...

    The 2024 European Tour schedule continues next week with the European Open. 2024 Soudal Open final leaderboard, results and prize money payouts Click header to sort; rotate mobile screens for details

  18. 2024 PGA Tour

    Wondering who leads the PGA Tour in drive distance, consecutive cuts, scoring average, or putts per hole? CBS Sports has all of those statistics and more for the PGA Tour.

  19. Ranked: Highest-Paid Athletes of 2024

    The Spanish golfer has 11 PGA Tour wins and eight victories on the European Tour. Rahm's LIV contract was reportedly worth $350 million guaranteed, and Forbes estimates he received half of this ...

  20. PGA Tour Career Money List Leaders

    Below are the all-time leaders in earnings on the PGA Tour, the tour's career money list. See the notes at the bottom on how the PGA Tour uses its career money leaders list for exemptions. (Related article: PGA Tour's yearly money leaders) Top 50 on the PGA Tour Career Money List 1. Tiger Woods, $120,999,166 2. Phil Mickelson, $96,644,310 3.

  21. 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge money: Here's how much every player ...

    Davis Riley, sleeping on a 54-hole lead for just the second time in his PGA Tour career captured the situation he was in perfectly Saturday night. "When you got Scottie [Scheffler] breathing ...

  22. He tripled a senior tour salary on LIV. Now he's contending for a

    A few years ago, Richard Bland's career was left for dead. He was 46 years old and on the brink, a zero-time professional winner who'd just been relegated from the DP World Tour to the ...

  23. Tommy Fleetwood net worth: What is Tommy Fleetwood's net worth?

    Check out how much cash the PGA Tour and European Ryder Cup star has. ... Fleetwood had amassed a total of $22,948,296 in PGA Tour prize money. ... His career money won on the European circuit, as ...

  24. Money/Finishes

    Around the Green. Putting. Scoring. Streaks. Money/Finishes. Points/Rankings. The official web site of the PGA TOUR. Providing the only Real-Time Live Scoring for the PGA TOUR, Champions Tour and ...

  25. Purse breakdown: Record purse, first-place prize money at PGA

    The 106th PGA Championship returns to Valhalla Golf Club for the first time in a decade after seeing Rory McIlroy hoist the Wanamaker Trophy in 2014 for his last of four major wins. The Louisville ...

  26. KitchenAid Senior PGA Golf Tournament at Harbor Shores in Benton Harbor

    Ames is one spot on the money list ahead of the 58-year-old Broadhurst, an Englishman who won here in 2018 with a 19-under 265 that matched the 2016 winning effort of Rocco Mediate.