He'll have to settle for winning the silly-season money list.
Garcia did that in one tournament, earning $2 million from the Nedbank Challenge in South Africa. Davis Love III was the only other guy in seven digits, winning $1.2 million in the Target World Challenge.
Fred Couples, known affectionately as the ``King of the Silly Season,'' was No. 3 on the list with $790,000 from the Skins Game and the Target World Challenge. That's 43 percent of what he made in the regular season.
Tiger Woods failed to win at least $1 million in the silly season for the first time since 1999. He played only his Target World Challenge and was runner-up, earning $700,000. Woods had played at least two silly-season events every year since turning pro in 1996.
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