Scottie Scheffler 10th all-time in PGA Tour money by winning often but also winning the big ones

AUGUSTA, Ga. — There’s winning and then there’s winning at the right time. Scottie Scheffler continues to do both.

With his second Masters victory, good for $3.6 million, and yet another signature event win, the 2024 RBC Heritage, Scheffler has amassed $61,258,464 in career on-course earnings on the PGA Tour. That figure has put him into the top 10 all-time, jumping him two spots past Matt Kuchar and Jason Day.

Tiger Woods leads the list at $120 million and while Scheffler has a long way to go, he’s now more than halfway there as a six-year veteran.

Then again, Scheffler is playing in this big-money era of signature events and elevated purses, but to his credit, he’s also winning the bigger-money events.

His 10 wins include two Masters, two Players (the richest event on the PGA Tour), two Arnold Palmer Invitationals, two WM Phoenix Opens (one of which was a signature event) as well as a Match Play and now the RBC.

Scottie Scheffler’s 10 PGA Tour wins

Scheffler is one of 16 players in the history of the PGA Tour to reach the $50 million plateau in on-course earnings.

Story originally appeared on GolfWeek