13. Sergio García ($40 million)
Sergio García spent nearly the whole of the ’00s in the World Golf Ranking Top Ten, peaking at number two in 2008. And although the Spaniard has never won a major title, frustratingly for him he’s been runner-up four times. He has also lost out twice at both the PGA Championship and the British Open.
12. Jim Furyk ($50 million)
Jim Furyk’s career in the Top Ten rankings spans from 1999 right up until 2015. Plus, the American professional has also amassed a rather impressive $50 million fortune. That’s thanks to achievements such as the PGA Tour Player of the Year, a win at the 2003 U.S. Open and the lowest PGA Tour score of all time.