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The Top 10 Earners In FedEx Cup History

We count down who has pocketed the most money (tournament prizes and bonuses) since the inception of the FedEx Cup Playoffs in 2007

August 2014

Tiger Woods, 2007 tour championship

1. Tiger Woods

Total earnings: $33,602,666
Playoff starts: 18
Earnings per start: $1,866,815
Memorable moment(s): Woods skipped the first-ever playoff event, the 2007 Barclays, but still won the inaugural FedEx Cup (left) that year by winning both the BMW and Tour Championships with a combined 45-under total. After missing the 2008 playoffs while recovering from knee surgery, Woods won again in 2009, highlighted by an eight-shot win at the BMW that included a third-round 62. He remains the only two-time FedEx Cup champ and he tops this list despite the fact he missed the playoffs in both 2008 and 2011.
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