2012 Deutsche Bank Championship Purse: Tiger Woods Tops $100 Million In Career Earnings

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.

For complete coverage of the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship stay with this StoryStream. For more information on the PGA Tour and the FedEx Cup, check out SB Nation's official Golf hub.

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