2012 Tour Championship Purse: Brandt Snedeker Adds $1.44 Million To His Earnings

Brandt Snedeker took home $1.44 million for winning the 2012 Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Course in Atlanta, Ga. That represents a nice bonus to the $10 million that he earned by winning the FedEx Cup.

Justin Rose's sole possession of the runner-up spot earned him $864,000, while Luke Donald and Ryan Moore each pocketed $468,000 by tying for third place. Webb Simpson and Bubba Watson, who each netted $304,000, round out the top five.

Colleyville, Texas resident Hunter Mahan is $248,000 richer after finishing in a tie for eighth place with 100 million dollar man Tiger Woods. Mahan has now earned over $1 million in the past two years at the Tour Championship, as his runner-up finish at last year's event resulted in over $800,000 in winnings.

The total purse for the tournament was $8 million.

By winning on Sunday, Snedeker increased his 2012 earnings to just under $15 million, including his prize for winning the FedEx Cup.

For the full list of earnings, click here.

For more coverage of The Tour Championship and the PGA Tour, visit SB Nation's Golf Hub.

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