Jordan Spieth won the most money on the PGA Tour in 2014-2015, topping $12 million in earnings, not including his $10 million bonus for winning the FedEx Cup last month.
Jason Day, who briefly took the No. 1 ranking from Spieth by winning the PGA Championship and two of the legs of the FedEx Cup, finished second in money earned, with $9.4 million.
Bubba Watson, who won twice on Tour this year, finished third with $6.9 million, followed by Rickie Fowler ($5.8 million) and Dustin Johnston ($5.5 million).
The back half of the top 10 was full of international players, namely: #6 Justin Rose ($5.4 million); #7 Rory McIlroy ($4.9 million); and #9 Henrik Stenson ($4.8 million). Americans Zach Johnson ($4.8 million) and Jimmy Wallker ($4.5 million) finished eighth and 10th, respectively.
Spieth also averaged the most money per event in the top 10, pulling in an average of $481,219 for each of his 25 events. Day was right behind him at $470,167 per event.
The only other player to average more than $400,000 per event was McIlroy, who clocked in at $405,276 over his 12 PGA events.
The detailed list follows:
1. Jordan Spieth, US, $12,030,465
2. Jason Day, Australia, $9,403,330
3. Bubba Watson, US, $6,876,797
4. Rickie Fowler, US, $5,773,430
5. Dustin Johnson, US, $5,509,467
6. Justin Rose, England, $5,462,677
7. Rory McIlroy, Northern Ireland, 4,863,312
8. Zach Johnson, US, $4,801,487
9. Henrik Stenson, Sweden, $4,755,070
10. Jimmy Walker, US, $4,521,350