Yearly Money Leaders on the Web.com Tour

The list of the Web.com Tour's yearly money leaders below includes multiple familiar names, including some golfers who went on to win major championships.

The Web.com Tour is the developmental tour for the PGA Tour. Its money leader each year earns a promotion to the PGA Tour. In the past, the tour has been named the Nationwide Tour, Buy.com Tour and Nike Tour.

Web.com Tour Annual Money Leaders

2018 — Im Sung-jae, $553,800
2017 — Chesson Hadley, $562,475
2016 — Wesley Bryan, $449,392
2015 — Patton Kizzire, $567,865
2014 — Adam Hadwin, $529,792
2013 — Chesson Hadley, $535,432
2012 — Casey Wittenberg, $433,453
2011 — J.J. Killeen, $414,273
2010 — Jamie Lovemark, $452,951
2009 — Michael Sim, $644,142
2008 — Matt Bettencourt, $447,863
2007 — Richard Johnson, $445,421
2006 — Ken Duke, $382,443
2005 — Troy Matteson, $495,009
2004 — Jimmy Walker, $371,346
2003 — Zach Johnson, $494,882
2002 — Patrick Moore, $381, 965
2001 — Chad Campbell, $394,552
2000 — Spike McRoy, $300,638
1999 — Carl Paulson, $223,051
1998 — Bob Burns, $178,664
1997 — Chris Smith, $225,201
1996 — Stewart Cink, $251,699
1995 — Jerry Kelly, $188,878
1994 — Chris Perry, $167,148
1993 — Sean Murphy, $166,293
1992 — John Flannery, $164,115
1991 — Tom Lehman, $141,934
1990 — Jeff Maggert, $108,644

So far, Chesson Hadley is the only golfer to lead the Web.com Tour money list more than once. That's a bittersweet thing, though, since it means the golfer advanced to the PGA Tour after doing so the first time, then was sent back to the Web.com Tour for another go-around.

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