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Big Play
Dom DiJulia
July 23, 2007
Who: Tim Clark
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July 23, 2007

Big Play

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...And another thing

" Tadd Fujikawa made a sound decision by turning pro. He'll get paid for pursuing his career and have money for college if he wants to go."


ONE-EVENT WONDERS

By coming in 15th and taking home $69,700 at the John Deere Classic, J.P. Hayes pushed his career earnings in the event to $1,091,199, thanks in large part to a win in 2002 (worth $540,000) and a runner-up finish last year ($432,000). Overall, Hayes has won $6.46 million in his 13 years on Tour, so his bounty at the Deere represents 17% of his total earnings. That's impressive, but it isn't the highest percentage of total earnings one player has tallied from a particular tournament. Here are the biggest single-event stalwarts on Tour, first for players who've amassed at least $500,000 in career earnings and then for those who've toted up more than $5 million.

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


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