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List Of Career Achievements By Jack Nicklaus - PGA Tour Career Summary
... Year Starts Wins (Majors) 2nd 3rd Earnings ($) Money list rank Scoring average 3 ... (1) 4. 61,868 3 70.80 5 ... (2) 3. 100,040 2 70.42 3. 113,284 1 69.96 5 ... (1) 3. 140,752 1 70.09 ... All-time money list rank is complete as of February 23, 2011 ... Nicklaus' position on the all-time money list is misleading, given he is regarded as the greatest golfer of all time ...
The Money List
... The Money List is a revival of the American version of The Rich List, which lasted just one episode in its original American run ... The Money List is the first GSN original in the network's 15-year history to feature returning champions, a fact which received unanimous praise from critics ...
Lucas Glover - Professional Career - 2002–2003: Nationwide Tour
... He earned $64,692 and finished 67th on the money list ... This win helped Glover finish 17th on the money list with $193,989 ... Glover's high finish on the money list earned him his PGA Tour card for 2004 ...
Colt Knost - Professional Career
... He finished 6th on the money list with $329,509 and earned his 2009 PGA Tour card ... He finished 193rd on the money list and returned to the Nationwide Tour in 2010 ... By finishing 2010 at 15th on the Nationwide Tour money list, he earned his PGA Tour card again for 2011 ...
Liz Janangelo - Professional Career
... In 2007, Janangelo earned $45,084 and finished sixth on the Futures Tour money list, one spot out of automatic qualifying for fully exempt status for 2008 on the LPGA Tour ... She finished 147th on the official LPGA money list in 2008 forcing her to return to the LPGA qualifying tournament in order to retain her Tour card for 2009 ... Futures Tour and finished in 18th place on the money list ...

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