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Sal's Stats
December 12, 2005
GAINERS AND LOSERS These players made the biggest jumps up and slides down in earnings on their respective money lists. [This article contains a table. Please see hardcopy of magazine or PDF.]
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December 12, 2005

Sal's Stats

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Gainers 2004 $ 2004 Rank 2005 $ 2005 Rank Gain
PGA
Tiger Woods $4,547,552 4 $10,628,472 1 $6,080,920
Jim Furyk $691,675 116 $4,255,369 4 $3,563,694
Brandt Jobe $247,911 178 $2,133,149 27 $1,885,238
LPGA
Natalie Gulbis $277,093 42 $1,010,154 6 $733,061
Marisa Baena $35,594 132 $744,679 12 $709,085
Birdie Kim $9,897 163 $715,006 13 $705,109
Champions
Dana Quigley $1,090,649 14 $2,170,258 1 $1,079,609
Tom Watson $475,203 42 $1,532,482 5 $1,057,279
Des Smyth $536,904 35 $1,238,876 10 $701,972
Losers 2004 $ 2004 Rank 2005 $ 2005 Rank Loss
PGA
Ernie Els $5,787,225 2 $1,627,184 47 $4,160,041
Vijay Singh $10,905,166 1 $8,017,336 3 $2,887,830
Stewart Cink $4,450,270 5 $1,733,049 43 $2,717,221
LPGA
Grace Park $1,525,471 2 $368,581 34 $1,156,890
Meg Mallon $1,358,623 4 $214,732 52 $1,143,891
Karen Stupples $968,852 6 $304,385 41 $664,467
Champions
Larry Nelson $1,428,224 6 $349,986 47 $1,078,238
Craig Stadler $2,306,066 1 $1,274,719 9 $1,031,347
Tom Kite $1,831,211 3 $887,202 20 $944,009

GAINERS AND LOSERS
These players made the biggest jumps up and slides down in earnings on their respective money lists.

[This article contains a table. Please see hardcopy of magazine or PDF.]

LENGTH PAYS
Here are the wins, top 10s and earnings of the 12 longest and 12 shortest drivers on Tour in four different seasons.

[This article contains a table. Please see hardcopy of magazine or PDF.]

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