Tour Championship 2012 Purse: Brandt Snedeker Earns $1.4 Million For Win

Fueled by a round of 64 on Saturday, Brandt Snedeker completed an impressive comeback to win the 2012 Tour Championship and capture the 2012 FedEx Cup.

Snedeker's 10-under final score earned him a cool $1.44 million in winnings, while second-place finisher Justin Rose brought home $864,000 for his 7-under score. Cleveland native Jason Dufner, who finished in a tie for 20th place with Sweden's Carl Petterson at 4-over par, earned roughly $152,000 for his efforts during the week.

Tied at 2-under par after a frustrating weekend, favorite Tiger Woods claimed $248,000 in winnings along with Hunter Mahan after the two men tied for eighth place overall. Here are the full payouts based on finishing position:

1 1,440,000 11 216,000 21 150,400
2 864,000 12 204,800 22 147,200
3 552,000 13 195,200 23 144,000
4 384,000 14 185,600 24 140,800
5 320,000 15 176,000 25 137,600
6 288,000 16 169,600 26 134,400
7 272,000 17 163,200 27 132,800
8 256,000 18 160,000 28 131,200
9 240,000 19 156,800 29 129,600
10 227,200 20 153,600 30 128,000

Stay with this StoryStream for news and updates throughout the week at East Lake. For all your FedExCup and Ryder Cup news, check out SB Nation's golf hub.

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