Franklin Templeton Shootout 2012 purse: Perry and O'Hair take home $375,000 each

Hunter Martin

Kenny Perry and Sean O'Hair will each go home with an extra $375,000 for winning the Franklin Templeton Shootout. Here's how the $3 million purse was distributed to the field.

Kenny Perry and Sean O'Hair will each take home $375,000 for winning the Franklin Templeton Shootout on Sunday. The total purse for the tournament is $3 million. Charles Howell III and Rory Sabbatini will each bank $235,000 for coming in second, and Jason Dufner and Vijay Singh will get $140,000 each for coming in third. The three teams that finished in a tie for fourth place will each get $97,500.

The small, three-round team tournament took place at Tiburon Golf Club in Naples, Fla., and is hosted by PGA legend Greg Norman. Last year's champions, Keegan Bradley and Brendan Steele, finished in a tie for seventh with the 2010 champions, Dustin Johnson and Ian Poulter. Each one of them will go home with $81,250.

But don't feel too bad for Mark Calcavecchia and Mike Weir for coming in last, as they will each get $70,000 for their efforts over the weekend.

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