LPGA - Leading Career Money Winners

Leading Career Money Winners

The table below shows the top 10 career money leaders on the LPGA Tour at the end of the 2012 season. There is a more complete list, updated weekly during the Tour season, on the LPGA's official site.

Rank Player Country Earned Earnings ($)
1 Annika Sörenstam Sweden 1993–2008 22,573,192
2 Karrie Webb Australia 1995–2012 17,402,218
3 Lorena Ochoa Mexico 2003–2010 14,863,331
4 Cristie Kerr United States 1997–2012 14,368,457
5 Juli Inkster United States 1983–2012 13,442,946
6 Se Ri Pak South Korea 1997–2012 11,815,527
7 Paula Creamer United States 2005–2012 9,594,379
8 Suzann Pettersen Norway 2000–2012 9,368,341
9 Meg Mallon United States 1987–2010 9,051,459
10 Yani Tseng Taiwan 2009–2012 8,971,242

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