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There’s a new benchmark for most money won in a single season on the PGA Tour. And it’s not even May.

Jon Rahm finished solo second at the 2023 Mexico Open at Vidanta, falling short of defending his title but still good enough to earn $839,300 for his efforts.

That brings his 2022-23 season total to $14,462,840, surpassing the $14,046,910 that Scottie Scheffler earned last season.

Rahm has four victories this season, with two of them coming in designated events. He banked $2.7 million at the Sentry Tournament of Champions and  $3.6 million for winning the Genesis Invitational. His Masters victory brought home another $3.24 million.

Rahm has opted out of this week’s Wells Fargo Championship, but he will likely have nine or ten more events this season to really run his total out there.

In his career, Rahm is now at $49,486,883, on the doorstep of surpassing the $50 million mark.

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