NEW YORK - World number one Tiger Woods has cracked $1.3 billion in career earnings by leading the Golf Digest 50 with $83 million in income last year. Woods, a 14-time major champion, topped the list for the 11th time in its 11-year history with $83,091,508, including an estimated $71 million off the course and more than $12 million in prize money. Second on the Golf Digest list for 2013 income was Phil Mickelson at $52,009,156, with an estimated $45 million in endorsements and other non-prize money income. Arnold Palmer, the 84-year-old golf icon whose popularity helped spawn the television riches of today's players, was third at $40 million, largely from licensing deals in Asia. Jack Nicklaus, who turns 74 on January 21, ranked fourth at just over $26 million.–AFP