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$8,000,000 The Tour Championship
East Lake Golf Club
Par 70 - 7319 Yards
Atlanta, Georgia
Sep 20 - Sep 23, 2012
 
Sunday's final round (complete)
As of September 19, 2014, at 11:55 AM ET
Field
 
Player Score Rnd 4 Money Won Hole
Brandt Snedeker -10 (68-70-64-68=270) -2(68) $1,440,000 F
Justin Rose -7 (66-68-68-71=273) +1(71) $864,000 F
Luke Donald -6 (71-69-67-67=274) -3(67) $468,000 F
Ryan Moore -6 (69-70-65-70=274)   E(70) $468,000 F
Bubba Watson -5 (69-66-70-70=275)   E(70) $304,000 F
Webb Simpson -5 (71-68-70-66=275) -4(66) $304,000 F
Jim Furyk -3 (69-64-72-72=277) +2(72) $272,000 F
Tiger Woods -2 (66-73-67-72=278) +2(72) $248,000 F
Hunter Mahan -2 (68-73-71-66=278) -4(66) $248,000 F
Matt Kuchar -1 (67-69-70-73=279) +3(73) $205,760 F
Robert Garrigus -1 (68-69-69-73=279) +3(73) $205,760 F
Bo Van Pelt -1 (67-68-71-73=279) +3(73) $205,760 F
Rory McIlroy -1 (69-68-68-74=279) +4(74) $205,760 F
Dustin Johnson -1 (69-67-73-70=279)   E(70) $205,760 F
Sergio Garcia +1 (69-73-71-68=281) -2(68) $167,200 F
Phil Mickelson +1 (69-71-72-69=281) -1(69) $167,200 F
Zach Johnson +1 (68-69-70-74=281) +4(74) $167,200 F
Scott Piercy +1 (67-73-71-70=281)   E(70) $167,200 F
Adam Scott +3 (68-73-70-72=283) +2(72) $156,800 F
Jason Dufner +4 (70-70-71-73=284) +3(73) $152,000 F
Carl Pettersson +4 (71-67-75-71=284) +1(71) $152,000 F
Steve Stricker +5 (67-73-73-72=285) +2(72) $147,200 F
Louis Oosthuizen +7 (70-71-69-77=287) +7(77) $140,800 F
Rickie Fowler +7 (71-68-72-76=287) +6(76) $140,800 F
Keegan Bradley +7 (70-73-70-74=287) +4(74) $140,800 F
John Senden +8 (72-68-73-75=288) +5(75) $134,400 F
Ernie Els +9 (72-75-71-71=289) +1(71) $132,800 F
Nick Watney +13 (75-74-70-74=293) +4(74) $131,200 F
John Huh +14 (74-70-73-77=294) +7(77) $129,600 F
Lee Westwood +15 (72-73-76-74=295) +4(74) $128,000 F
 
Withdrew/Disqualified
Player Score     Hole
 
 
NOTES
Brandt Snedeker earned his fourth PGA Tour title and captured the FedExCup...It was a lucrative Sunday for Snedeker, who pocketed $10 million for the FedExCup win, and an additional $1.44 million for the Tour Championship victory...Next week, Snedeker and his U.S. teammates try to get back the Ryder Cup from the Europeans at Medinah.

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