The top four spots on the 2014 LPGA Tour money board were occupied by Stacy Lewis, Inbee Park, Lydia Ko and Michelle Wie. Lewis was the overall leader for the year, taking in $2,539,039 from 28 events.
In addition to her three victories, Lewis led the 2014 tour in rounds under par, top-10 finishes and birdies. In being named Rolex Player of the Year and capturing the Vare Trophy and Money List title, she became the first American to win all three awards since 1993.
The 2014 campaign saw Park eclipse the $2 million mark in earnings for the third consecutive season. The South Korean made the cut in 22 of 23 events, winning three titles and notching 14 additional top-10 finishes.
In her rookie season, Ko became the youngest player to eclipse $1 and $2 million in earnings. The New Zealand native took home titles at the CME Group Tour Championship, Marathon Classic and Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic en route to be named Rolex Rookie of the year.
Winning the U.S. Women's Open was the highlight of Wie's season, which also saw her victorious at the LPGA Lotte Championship. In 2014, the Hawaiian took home $1,924,796, making the cut in 19 of the 21 events in which she participated.