Tiger Woods is no longer the top earner in golf.
That distinction now belongs to Jordan Spieth, who jumped 15 spots on Golf Digest’s annual list that combines on- and off-course earnings.
Woods has been atop the list for the past 12 years, since its inception in 2004. Digest estimated that the former world No. 1 has earned more than $1.4 billion during his career.
Spieth, who won five times in 2015, brought in more than $53 million last year, including $30 million in off-course earnings.
Phil Mickelson, whose off-course haul was estimated at $50 million, remained at No. 2 on the list (with $52.3M), followed by Woods, who dropped from No. 1 to No. 3 thanks in large part to only $551,098 in on-course earnings ($48M off course).
Rory McIlroy was No. 4 on the list ($46.M total), followed by Arnold Palmer ($40M), Jack Nicklaus ($22M) and Jason Day ($19.4M).
Women’s No. 1 Lydia Ko checked in at No. 47 on the list, with a total haul of $5.3 million ($1.5M off course).
To determine the top earners, Golf Digest conducted interviews with players, agents, company executives and industry analysts.