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PostSubject: 2012 PGA TOUR FedExCup Bonus Money   Tue Sep 25, 2012 9:37 am

Brandt Snedeker was the big winner, of course, taking home $11.44 for his sweep of the Tour Championship and FedEx Cup titles.

2012 PGA TOUR FedExCup Bonus Money

Y-T-D statistics through: TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola Sep 23, 2012
Rank this week

Week Player Events Money
1 - Brandt Snedeker 22 10,000,000
2 - Rory McIlroy 16 3,000,000
3 - Tiger Woods 19 2,000,000
4 - Nick Watney 25 1,500,000
5 - Phil Mickelson 22 1,000,000
6 - Justin Rose 19 800,000
7 - Louis Oosthuizen 19 700,000
8 - Dustin Johnson 19 600,000
9 - Luke Donald 17 550,000
10 - Lee Westwood 15 500,000
11 - Ryan Moore 23 300,000
12 - Zach Johnson 24 290,000
13 - Bubba Watson 19 280,000
14 - Jason Dufner 22 270,000
15 - Jim Furyk 23 250,000
16 - Webb Simpson 22 245,000
17 - Sergio Garcia 16 240,000
18 - Matt Kuchar 22 235,000
19 - Hunter Mahan 23 230,000
20 - Steve Stricker 19 225,000
21 - Keegan Bradley 25 220,000
22 - Bo Van Pelt 24 215,000
23 - Robert Garrigus 24 210,000
24 - Carl Pettersson 26 205,000
25 - Adam Scott 16 200,000
26 - Ernie Els 21 195,000
27 - Scott Piercy 27 190,000
28 - Rickie Fowler 23 185,000
29 - John Huh 27 180,000
30 - John Senden 22 175,000
31 - Kyle Stanley 27 165,000
32 - Bill Haas 23 155,000
33 - Vijay Singh 24 150,000
34 - Kevin Stadler 24 145,000
35 - Greg Chalmers 25 142,000
36 - Johnson Wagner 26 140,000
37 - Seung-Yul Noh 28 138,000
38 - Bud Cauley 26 137,000
39 - Ian Poulter 15 136,000
40 - Tom Gillis 22 135,000
41 - Ben Curtis 16 134,000
42 - Graeme McDowell 16 133,000
43 - Padraig Harrington 18 132,000
44 - Jeff Overton 26 131,000
45 - Troy Matteson 29 130,000
46 - Marc Leishman 23 129,000
47 - Geoff Ogilvy 20 128,000
48 - J.B. Holmes 23 127,000
49 - Chris Kirk 24 126,000
50 - William McGirt 28 125,000
51 - Brian Harman 27 120,000
52 - Kevin Na 24 115,000
53 - Graham DeLaet 23 114,000
54 - Pat Perez 23 113,000
55 - Ryan Palmer 22 110,000
56 - Tim Clark 19 110,000
57 - Brendon de Jonge 28 110,000
58 - Bob Estes 22 110,000
59 - Mark Wilson 24 110,000
60 - Charlie Wi 24 110,000
61 - Charl Schwartzel 16 110,000
62 - Jimmy Walker 26 110,000
63 - D.A. Points 25 110,000
64 - Martin Laird 22 110,000
65 - Bryce Molder 23 110,000
66 - Ben Crane 22 110,000
67 - Matt Every 22 110,000
68 - David Hearn 25 110,000
69 - Charley Hoffman 26 110,000
70 - Dicky Pride 17 110,000
71 - Jonas Blixt 17 80,000
72 - John Merrick 24 80,000
73 - Josh Teater 27 80,000
74 - John Rollins 23 80,000
75 - Scott Stallings 24 80,000
76 - Ken Duke 27 80,000
77 - Roberto Castro 23 80,000
78 - Aaron Baddeley 21 80,000
79 - Harris English 24 80,000
80 - J.J. Henry 28 80,000
81 - Sean O'Hair 21 75,000
82 - Jonathan Byrd 21 75,000
83 - Spencer Levin 26 75,000
84 - Charles Howell III 25 75,000
85 - Brian Davis 25 75,000
86 - George McNeill 23 75,000
87 - Jason Day 15 75,000
88 - Greg Owen 23 75,000
89 - Ricky Barnes 25 75,000
90 - Cameron Tringale 23 75,000
91 - Blake Adams 29 75,000
92 - Michael Thompson 23 75,000
93 - Ted Potter, Jr. 23 75,000
94 - Tommy Gainey 29 75,000
95 - David Toms 18 75,000
96 - Sang-Moon Bae 25 75,000
97 - Rory Sabbatini 25 75,000
98 - K.J. Choi 21 75,000
99 - Daniel Summerhays 22 75,000
100 - Martin Flores 26 75,000
101 - John Mallinger 22 70,000
102 - Will Claxton 24 70,000
103 - Gary Christian 24 70,000
104 - Chad Campbell 23 70,000
105 - Fredrik Jacobson 16 70,000
106 - Andres Romero 20 70,000
107 - Rod Pampling 22 70,000
108 - Billy Mayfair 24 70,000
109 - Brian Gay 24 70,000
110 - Chris Stroud 24 70,000
111 - Henrik Stenson 13 70,000
112 - Kevin Streelman 23 70,000
113 - Troy Kelly 20 70,000
114 - Kevin Chappell 25 70,000
115 - Davis Love III 16 70,000
116 - Jeff Maggert 23 70,000
117 - Trevor Immelman 21 70,000
118 - Robert Allenby 23 70,000
119 - James Driscoll 23 70,000
120 - Colt Knost 25 70,000
121 - Harrison Frazar 20 70,000
122 - Jerry Kelly 22 70,000
123 - Boo Weekley 21 70,000
124 - Heath Slocum 25 70,000
125 - Jason Bohn 24 70,000
126 - Jhonattan Vegas 22 32,000
127 - Y.E. Yang 20 32,000
128 - Tim Herron 23 32,000
129 - Bobby Gates 25 32,000
130 - Brendan Steele 20 32,000
131 - Retief Goosen 12 32,000
132 - Chez Reavie 23 32,000
133 - David Mathis 25 32,000
134 - Gary Woodland 19 32,000
135 - Chris DiMarco 25 32,000
136 - Vaughn Taylor 22 32,000
137 - Erik Compton 22 32,000
138 - Kyle Reifers 23 32,000
139 - Stewart Cink 19 32,000
140 - John Daly 12 32,000
141 - Kris Blanks 23 32,000
142 - Bill Lunde 21 32,000
143 - Billy Horschel 14 32,000
144 - Stuart Appleby 20 32,000
145 - J.J. Killeen 29 32,000
146 - Brendon Todd 25 32,000
147 - Justin Leonard 22 32,000
148 - Camilo Villegas 21 32,000
149 - Richard H. Lee 20 32,000
150 - Billy Hurley III 23 32,000
The bonus money that the player has earned in the FedExCup points race. (2396)
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PostSubject: Re: 2012 PGA TOUR FedExCup Bonus Money   Tue Sep 25, 2012 9:45 am

thats like winning 13 olympic gold medals for singapore which is like one of the highest sports medal payout countries in the world liao!.. here enjoy one shiok pro tour game and earn sooo much! lol
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PostSubject: Re: 2012 PGA TOUR FedExCup Bonus Money   Tue Sep 25, 2012 9:54 am

I think it's sinful to have a game where the winner walks away with so much money.

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PostSubject: Re: 2012 PGA TOUR FedExCup Bonus Money   Tue Sep 25, 2012 10:10 am

its all relative if you look at their sponsorship and where the real money is derived. if they do not have such a prize, they will not be able to get the top 150 to playoff in a manner that will generate TV viewership, hence sponsorship, hence ticket sales, hence prize money...its a chain reaction.

one 1-minute tv spot in Sg is probably $8k in the prime spot. in the US its in the million mark. at the end of the day its the millions of viewership that makes up the cost of advertising. so if you look at the $10 million prize money, its not that much for a season finale that reaches 311.5 million population versus Singapore's 5.18 million.

heck if TW plays at the Barclays', he is probably going to be paid 2.5 to 3 times more than the winner in appearance fee alone. at least the guys at the fedex cup are playing for no appearance an for the chance to be the best golfer on the PGA tour for the year. so $10 million bonus is justifiable for the platform and viewership it will generate for brand sponsorship and promoting PGA as the ultimate golf tour in the world.

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