NEW YORK. — Reigning Masters and US Open champion Jordan Spieth topped the Golf Digest 50 money list revealed on Tuesday while Tiger Woods, who topped the first 13 lists, settled for third place. Woods, whose run to 14 major titles from 1997 to 2008 boosted prize money and television rights fees, has struggled with injuries and turned 40 two weeks ago with a back injury and no timetable for his return to competition. World number one Spieth (22) made more than $53 million in combined winnings and endorsement deals to top the magazine’s list of 2015 golf revenue producers, with $30 million from sponsor Under Armour boosting Spieth’s total. — AFP.