John "J.B." Holmes' $119,600 payday on Sunday at the Children's Miracle Network Classic presented by Wal-Mart pushed him to nearly $2.4 million after two seasons on the PGA Tour.
Holmes, who did not have to finish in the top 125 to regain his card for another season, did do that at 118 with his tie-for-ninth showing at the Magnolia Golf Course, which is the longest of the Disney courses, at Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
Holmes finished his second season on the Tour with $874,216, which gives him $2,361,819 for his two-year tenure as a professional.
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