Players at the top of the PGA golf tour for career earnings are Tiger Woods at number one and Phil Mickelson at number two, as of June 2015. In third and fourth place are Vijay Singh and Jim Furyk.
Woods' earnings top nearly $100 million, while Mickelson has made a little more than $77 million. Singh has about $70 million in career earnings, and Furyk has about $64 million.
Ernie Els, Davis Love III, Steve Stricker, David Toms and Sergio Garcia make up the next five spots on the top career earners list. Els has made about $48 million, Love about $43 million, Toms about $41 million and Garcia about $40 million. Adam Scott, Zach Johnson, Justin Leonard, Stewart Cink and Matt Kuchar are in the next spots on the list.
The career earnings list has more than 800 positions, and the PGA website lets users look at money leaders for the year to date, career leaders, nonmember earnings and money per event leaders, among other categories. Clicking on a player name brings up information such as data on the player's season to date as well as his career. Number-one career earner Woods, for example, started playing on the tour in 1992 with one event and earned nothing. He participated in three events the next year, also earning nothing. With eight events in 1998, he realized his first earnings, which stood at nearly $800,000 for that year.