2013 PGA Tour
|Duration||January 4, 2013– September 22, 2013|
|Number of official events||40|
|Most wins||5: Tiger Woods|
|FedEx Cup winner||Henrik Stenson|
|Money leader||Tiger Woods|
|Player of the Year||Tiger Woods|
|Rookie of the Year||Jordan Spieth|
The season ran from January to September, the shorter-than-usual schedule aiding in the transition from the long-running January–December schedule to the new wraparound October–September schedule. It was the last season to be held entirely in one calendar year; the 2014 season would begin in October 2013.
The following table lists the main season events for 2013. "Date" is the ending date of each event. The numbers in parentheses after the winners' names are the number of wins they had on tour up to and including that event. For an explanation of the "Status" column, see PGA Tour event categories. OWGR is the number of Official World Golf Ranking points awarded for that tournament.[a]
The 2013 schedule included 40 tournaments, and ran from January 4 to October 6.
- The tournament was scheduled to end on January 7, but the final round was pushed back to the following day due to weather delays. The tournament was shortened to 54 holes.
- The tournament was scheduled to end on January 27, but the final round was pushed back to the following day due to weather delays.
- The tournament was scheduled to end on March 24, but the final round was pushed back to the following day due to weather delays.
- The tournament was scheduled to end on September 15, but the final round was pushed back to the following day due to weather delays.
The following events did not carry FedEx Cup points or official money.
|Mar 26||Tavistock Cup||Florida||Team Albany||n/a||2,170,000||175,000||Six four-player teams|
|Jun 25||CVS Caremark Charity Classic||Rhode Island|| Steve Stricker &
Bo Van Pelt
|10 two-player teams|
|Oct 6||Presidents Cup||Ohio||U.S. Team||n/a||Two 12-man teams|
Location of tournamentsEdit
This section shows the final money leaders table.
|Rank||Player||Country||Events||Prize money ($)|
|1||Tiger Woods||United States||16||8,553,439|
|3||Matt Kuchar||United States||23||5,616,808|
|4||Phil Mickelson||United States||21||5,495,793|
|5||Brandt Snedeker||United States||23||5,318,087|
|7||Steve Stricker||United States||13||4,440,532|
|9||Zach Johnson||United States||24||4,044,509|
|10||Jordan Spieth||United States||23||3,879,820|
- Each tournament is allocated a certain number of Official World Golf Ranking points for its champion, and points for lower finishes are based on a sliding scale. The major championships and the Players Championship have fixed allocations, but the points of the other tournaments depend on the strength of the field so they are not available in advance.