The Top 10 Earners In FedEx Cup History\nWe count down who has pocketed the most money (tournament prizes and bonuses) since the inception of the FedEx Cup Playoffs in 2007\nTotal earnings: $9,667,183\n\n Playoff starts: 23\n\n Earnings per start: $420,312\n\n Memorable moment: Donald is the only player on this list never to have won a playoff event. However, he came very close to winning both the Tour Championship and the $10 million bonus in 2010 and 2011, falling short both times by a single shot.\nTotal earnings: $9,562,355\n\n Playoff starts: 23\n\n Earnings per start: $415,755\n\n Memorable moment: At the 2010 Barclays, Kuchar got into a playoff after Martin Laird three-putted the final hole. Kuchar then hit a 7-iron from the rough that caught a slope and rolled across the length of the green to gimme range on first playoff hole (left) to earn him his lone playoff win. He wound up finishing second to Jim Furyk in the final standings to settle for a $3 million bonus.\nTotal earnings: $13,271,002\n\n Playoff starts: 20\n\n Earnings per start: $663,550\n\n Memorable moment: There have been other up-and-downs from water hazards in golf history, but the one Haas pulled off at the 2011 Tour Championship has to be the most memorable -- as well as the most valuable. The miracle par save kept him alive in a sudden-death playoff he'd win on the next hole against Hunter Mahan. The win at East Lake combined with a long list of other results made a surprised Haas, who ended the week at No. 1 in the standings after starting it at No. 25, a very wealthy man.\nTotal earnings: $14,130,254\n\n Playoff starts: 27\n\n Earnings per start: $523,343\n\n Memorable moment: Mickelson has never won the FedEx Cup, but taking down Tiger Woods at the 2009 Tour Championship (left) was still pretty sweet. His final-round 65 gave him a big three-shot win over his rival even if his $3 million bonus check looked a lot smaller than the one Woods received for finishing first in the final standings.\nTotal earnings: $13,235,462\n\n Playoff starts: 8\n\n Earnings per start: $1,654,433\n\n Memorable moment: After finishing runner-up and third at the final two majors of 2013, Stenson kept the momentum going by winning two playoff events, including the Tour Championship. It was the first trip to East Lake for Stenson, who had previously battled a prolonged slump and also wasn't a PGA Tour member every year. As a result, his earnings per playoff start only trails Tiger Woods.\nTotal earnings: $15,174,631\n\n Playoff starts: 20\n\n Earnings per start: $758,732\n\n Memorable moment: Singh was so dominant in 2008 that after winning both the Barclays (left) and the Deutsche Bank, he merely had to show up to the final two events to claim the trophy and the $10 million bonus.\nTotal earnings: $19,616,151\n\n Playoff starts: 26\n\n Earnings per start: $754,467\n\n Memorable moment: The 2010 FedEx Cup Playoffs got off to a disastrous start for Furyk when he was disqualified from the Barclays after he overslept and missed his pro-am tee time. But Furyk recovered to win the Tour Championship -- his last win on tour -- and the $10 million bonus. With rain falling at East Lake, Furyk turned his hat around backward and sank a par putt to cap the victory and set off an emotional celebration.\nTotal earnings: $16,658,366\n\n Playoff starts: 27\n\n Earnings per start: $616,977\n\n Memorable moment: Stricker won the inaugural event of the FedEx Cup Playoffs, the 2007 Barclays -- his first stroke-play win on tour in 11 years -- by two shots over K.J. Choi, and he's made the most money of any player who hasn't won the FedEx Cup. His second-place finish in 2007 along with third-place finishes in 2009 and 2013 helped earn him the nickname, "Mr. September."\nTotal earnings: $16,706,140\n\n Playoff starts: 25\n\n Earnings per start: $668,246\n\n Memorable moment: A four-putt on the final hole of the 2009 BMW Championship kept him out of the Tour Championship, but Snedeker would bounce back in a big way three years later. A birdie chip-in on the 17th hole at East Lake in 2012 (left) helped seal a win and allowed him to vault past a red-hot Rory McIlroy and claim the FedEx Cup.\nTotal earnings: $33,602,666\n\n Playoff starts: 18\n\n Earnings per start: $1,866,815\n\n 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.