2014–15 PGA Tour
|Duration||October 9, 2014– September 27, 2015|
|Number of official events||47|
|Most wins||5 (tie):|
|FedEx Cup winner||Jordan Spieth|
|Money leader||Jordan Spieth|
|Player of the Year||Jordan Spieth|
|Rookie of the Year||Daniel Berger|
Changes for 2014–15 seasonEdit
- One new event was added (Barbasol Championship) and the Sanderson Farms Championship made a return.
- Winners of the Arnold Palmer Invitational and Memorial Tournament were for the first time given three-year exemptions and invitations to the next three Players Championships.
- For the first time, the conditional status category (126th to 150th in the FedEx Cup) was regularly reshuffled, like the Web.com Tour graduate and past champion categories.
The McGladrey Classic was moved up two weeks from 2014. The CIMB Classic and WGC-HSBC Champions have each been moved back one week from 2014. The Sanderson Farms Championship is now an alternate event to the WGC-HSBC Champions, instead of being an alternate to The Open Championship as in recent years. The new Barbasol Championship was an alternate event to The Open Championship. It also marked the first time the PGA Tour hosted an event in Alabama in 25 years, when the state hosted the PGA Championship. The WGC-Cadillac Match Play was moved back two and a half months to May, and has relocated back to California, its primary home from 1999 to 2006.
The following table lists the events for 2014–15.
The 2014–15 schedule included 47 official money tournaments, and ran from October 9, 2014 to October 11, 2015.
The following events did not carry FedEx Cup points or official money.
|Oct 15||PGA Grand Slam of Golf||Bermuda||Martin Kaymer||n/a||1,350,000||600,000||Four-player field|
|Dec 7||Hero World Challenge||Florida||Jordan Spieth||46||3,500,000||1,000,000||18-player field|
|Dec 13||Franklin Templeton Shootout||Florida|| Jason Day &
|n/a||3,100,000||385,000||12 two-player teams|
|Dec 14||PNC Father-Son Challenge||Florida|| Bernhard Langer
& Jason Langer
|n/a||1,085,000||200,000||20 two-player teams|
|Jun 30||CVS Health Charity Classic||Rhode Island|| Keegan Bradley &
|10 two-player teams|
|Oct 11||Presidents Cup||South Korea||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||Jordan Spieth||United States||25||12,030,465|
|3||Bubba Watson||United States||19||6,876,797|
|4||Rickie Fowler||United States||21||5,773,430|
|5||Dustin Johnson||United States||21||5,509,467|
|7||Rory McIlroy||Northern Ireland||12||4,863,312|
|8||Zach Johnson||United States||25||4,801,487|
|10||Jimmy Walker||United States||24||4,521,350|
- Bolton, Rob (October 1, 2014). "Power Rankings: 2014–15 full-membership players". PGA Tour.
- "2014–15 schedule". PGA Tour. August 13, 2014.
- "The Champion Golfer of the Year will win more than £1 million at The Open". The Open Championship. Archived from the original on June 26, 2015. Retrieved June 24, 2015.
- "2015 Schedule". PGA Tour.
- "Money Leaders – 2015". PGA Tour.