2016 Franklin Templeton Shootout leaderboard, results and prize money payouts
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2016 Franklin Templeton Shootout leaderboard, results and prize money payouts


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The 2016 Franklin Templeton Shootout was won by the team of Matt Kuchar and Harris English, who won the 54-hole two-man team event by a shot at a combined 28 under par at Tiburon Golf Club in Naples, Fla., holding off Jerry Kelly and Steve Stricker.

The three rounds of the event each featured a different format, with the first round being a scramble, the second being a modified alternate shot and the third being a best ball.



Among the 12 teams in the field Bryson DeChambeau and Lexi Thompson finished tied for 11th place with Mike Weir and Gary Woodland.

Kuchar and English won $385,000 each as the winner's share of the $3.1 million purse.

2016 Franklin Templeton Shootout leaderboard and final results and prize money payouts

POS TEAM TO PAR SCRAMBLE ALT SHOT BEST BALL TOTAL MONEY EACH
1 Harris English and Matt Kuchar -28 57 66 65 188 $385,000
2 Jerry Kelly and Steve Stricker -27 56 68 65 189 $242,500
3 Charley Hoffman and Billy Horschel -26 61 68 61 190 $145,000
4 Kevin Chappell and Kevin Kisner -24 60 68 64 192 $115,000
T5 Charles Howell III and Rory Sabbatini -21 59 69 67 195 $91,666
T5 Sean O’Hair and Kenny Perry -21 63 68 64 195 $91,666
T5 Smylie Kaufman and Justin Thomas -21 63 66 66 195 $91,666
8 Jason Dufner and Brandt Snedeker -20 60 70 66 196 $82,500
T9 Daniel Berger and K.J. Choi -17 63 71 65 199 $78,750
T9 Luke Donald and Russell Knox -17 60 71 68 199 $78,750
T11 Mike Weir and Gary Woodland -16 63 73 64 200 $73,750
T11 Bryson DeChambeau and Lexi Thompson -16 62 71 67 200 $73,750


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