Tiger Woods ‘set to pocket £5.8m from PGA Tour despite not hitting a single ball this year

It is of course no surprise to many that Woods is set to swoop the largest share of the programme’s reward, with the American no doubt regarded as the sports poster boy despite not being able to compete.

Sports Illustrated also predicted the other nine Tour players that are likely to take share of the £29 million prize fund, with European star Rory McIlroy coming next, who is second only to Woods in Instagram and Twitter following.

America’s ‘golden boy’ Jordan Spieth is expected to come in at third, whilst his Ryder Cup vice captain Phil Mickelson, and teammates Dustin Johnson, Bryson DeChambeau, Brooks Koepka and Justin Thomas are also expected to make the list.


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