A study has revealed which US states lead the way on the PGA Tour's career money leaders list, as well as which colleges and universities have produced the most money on tour through its former students.
There are currently 641 players on the PGA Tour career money leaders list and Golfer Logic has now researched every player in that list to see which US state each player was born in and which college or university they attended.
Tiger Woods currently sits at the top of the table in the PGA Tour career earnings list with a whopping $120,851,706 and it's pretty unlikely that he will budge from that spot for a very long time.
Unless you're a Woods superfan, you might not know that the 15-time major winner was born in Cypress, California, and attended Stanford University between 1994 and 1996.
The study was conducted using data up until the American Express in January, where Si Woo Kim shot 23-under par to beat Patrick Cantlay by a single stroke.
When it comes to which state is leading the way in career earnings on the PGA tour, there is one states absolutely dominating the rest.
TOP 5 STATES IN PGA TOUR CAREER EARNINGS
#1 - California - $733 million
#2 - Texas - $421 million
#3 - Florida - $345 million
#4 - North Carolina - $238.7 million
#5 - Georgia - $157.9 million
TOP 5 COLLEGES / UNIVERSITIES IN PGA TOUR CAREER EARNINGS
#1 - Arizona State University - $255.7 million
#2 - Oklahoma State University - $233.6 million
#3 - University of Georgia - $177.3 million
#4 - University of Texas - $177.1 million
#5 - University of Nevada-Las Vegas - $174.1 million
For more information on the study by Golfer Logic, click here.