Tiger Woods didn't win the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship, but his $544,000 in prize money pushes his career earnings over the $100 million threshold. With total earnings of $100,350,700 since 1996, Woods is the first player to ever earn nine figures playing golf professionally.
World No. 1 Rory McIlroy takes home $1.44 million by winning the tournament in Norton, Mass., this weekend, putting him just behind Woods on this year's PGA Money List. By taking second place, Louis Oosthuizen wins $864,000, while Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson win $352,000 apiece by tying for fourth place.
Illinois grad Steve Stricker finished tied for 13th in the field, winning $145,600, while Northwestern grad Luke Donald wins $54,444 by being tied for 26th in the field. The overall purse for the tournament was $8 million.