Jon Rahm is the 44th player to surpass $30 million in career PGA Tour earnings

By Todd Kelly

Jon Rahm entered the 2022 calendar year with $29,775,822 in career on-course earnings on the PGA Tour.

After his solo second-place finish at the 2022 Sentry Tournament of Champions on Sunday, the 27-year-old Spaniard added another $810,000 to his total. In the process, Rahm became the 44th golfer to eclipse the $30 million mark on the PGA Tour’s all-time money list. He career total is now $30,585,822.

Rahm leapfrogs up to the No. 42 spot and has passed the likes of Stuart Appleby ($29,828,521), Bill Haas ($30,449,280) and Geoff Ogilvy ($30,453,426). Hunter Mahan ($30,786,458) is now just ahead of Rahm in the No. 41 spot. Tiger Woods leads the Tour’s all-time list with $120,851,706.

Rahm has six career PGA Tour wins, most recently in June at the U.S. Open, to go with six other international wins.


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