Thursday, December 1, 2016

PGA Golf Prize Money Up for Grabs at the 2016 Franklin Templeton Shootout

The 2016 Franklin Templeton Shootout golf tournament on the PGA Tour is taking place this week from December 8-10, 2016, at the Tiburon Golf Club located in Naples, Florida. Here is a list of the prize money up for grabs for the PGA golfers at the 2016 Franklin Templeton Shootout.



The Franklin Templeton Shootout features 12 teams of two players each competing over three days using scramble play in the opening round, followed by modified alternate shot on day two and better ball play on day three. The Franklin Templeton Shootout has a big twist this year as female LPGA golf star Lexi Thompson is among the 24 players who will compete. Lexi Thompson will be teamed with PGA rookie Bryson DeChambeau for the event.

Total prize money up for grabs at the 2016 Franklin Templeton Shootout is $3.1 million. The same amount of prize money as last year and a decent amount of prize money considering there are only 24 players in the tournament and every player who finishes the tournament will earn a paycheck of at least $72,500.

Winners - $770,000

The winning team at the 2016 Franklin Templeton Shootout will earn a paycheck of $770,000 in prize money. That's for the team so each player will earn $385,000. The same amount of prize money earned by Brandt Snedeker and Jason Dufner when they won this event last year.

Second place - $485,000

Second place is worth $485,000 at the 2016 Franklin Templeton Shootout. That's per team so each player will earn $242,500. That's the same amount of prize money that Matt Kuchar and Harris English earned when they came in second place here last year.

Third place - $290,000

Third place at the 2016 Franklin Templeton shootout is worth $290,000 for the team or $145,000 per player. The same amount of prize money Daniel Berger and Charley Hoffman earned when they finished in 3rd place here last year.

Fourth place - $230,000

Fourth place is worth $230,000 at the 2016 Franklin Templeton Shootout for the team or $115,000 per player. That's the same amount of prize money earned by Billy Horschel and Hunter Mahan when they finished in 4th place here last year.

Fifth place - $200,000

Works out to $100,000 per player. Same amount of prize money earned by Cameron Tringale and Camilo Villegas last year.

Sixth place - $180,000

Works out to $90,000 each. Same amount of prize money earned by Graeme McDowell and Gary Woodland last year.

Seventh place - $170,000

Works out to $85,000 each. 

Eighth place - $165,000

Works out to $82,500 each.

Ninth place - $160,000

Works out to $80,000 each.

Tenth place - $155,000

Works out to $77,500 each.

11th - $150,000

Works out to $75,000 for each player.

12th - $145,000

Works out to $72,500 for each player.

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