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|1||Ryan Moore (USA)||4||$1,520,350|
|2||Dustin Johnson (USA)||1||$1,400,000|
|3||Harris English (USA)||4||$1,361,817|
|4||Jimmy Walker (USA)||4||$1,330,500|
|5||Webb Simpson (USA)||2||$1,251,417|
|6||Chris Kirk (USA)||3||$1,072,308|
|7||Jason Bohn (USA)||4||$859,000|
|8||Ian Poulter (ENG)||1||$850,000|
|9||Gary Woodland (USA)||2||$756,000|
|10||Brian Stuard (USA)||4||$746,200|