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Rory McIlroy won his fourth tournament of the PGA season, and maintained his lead over American Tiger Woods in the FedEx Cup race.
McIlroy shot 5-under in the BMW Championships at Crooked Stick Golf Course in Carmel, Ind., this weekend, making him the first player since Woods in 2009 to win two consecutive PGA tournaments. He won the Deutsche Bank Championship Sept. 3.
Woods finished tied for fourth place at the BMW, and trails McIlroy for wins this season, 4-3.
Tampa's Luke Donald moved from 17 to 15 this week, and Jim Furyk jumped from 21 to 18. Vijay Singh finished eighth at Crooked Stick, moving him from 49th to 33rd.
1. Rory McIlroy
2. Tiger Woods
3. Nick Watney
4. Phil Mickelson
5. Brandt Snedeker
6. Louis Oosthuizen
7. Dustin Johnson
8. Lee Westwood
9. Zach Johnson
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Rory McIlory made a jump in the latest FedEx Cup standings by shooting up from the fourth spot to now being the leader. McIlory was able to get to the top spot after winning the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship this past weekend.
McIlory jumped Nick Watney, Tiger Woods and Brandt Snedeker to take the top spot. Watney was the prior leader in the FedEX standings and now fell to the second spot and is 1,331 points behind McIlory. Following Watney is Woods who stayed at third place, and then Snedeker who fell from second place to being fourth place.
Dustin Johnson who resides in Jupiter, Fla., comes in at sixth place in the latest standings which is an improvement of two spots from where he was heading into the Deutsche Bank Championship. Johnson moved up after finishing in a tie for fourth place.
The players who made the top 70 in the FedEx Cup standings are eligible to move on to the BMW Championship starting Thursday Sept. 6 at Crooked Stick Golf Club in Carmel, In.
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Rory McIlroy will take home a cool $1.44 million dollars for winning the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston on Monday, but the story is perhaps Tiger Woods -- despite a third place finish.
Woods's third place finish earns him $544,000, which isn't bad for a weekend's work. With that check, Woods's career PGA earnings total surpasses $100 million dollars, according an ESPN report.
Louis Oosthuizen, who finished 19-under for the tournament and just one shot behind McIlroy, earned $864,000 with the second-place finish. Oosthuizen was in position to win the tournament, entering Monday's round at 19-under, but Oosthuizen shot even-par on Monday, his worst round of the tournament.
The PGA Tour will head to Carmel, Indiana later this week for the BMW Championship, which begins on Thursday.
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Rory McIlroy won the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship on Monday, finishing 20-under for the tournament at TPC Boston, and winning the tournament by one stroke. McIlroy shot 4-under on Monday.
Louis Oosthuizen finished in second place, at 19-under for the tournament. Unfortunately for Oosthuizen, he shot even par on Monday, marking his worst round of the event.
Golf superstar Tiger Woods finished in third place, after shooting 5-under on Monday. Woods finished the tournament at 18-under, just two strokes off of McIlroy's pace. He became the first PGA player to top $100 million in career earnings.
Two American golfers rounded out the top five, as both Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson shot 14-under for the tournament. Mickelson had the better Monday, though, shooting 4-under, while Johnson shot just 1-under.
With the win, McIlroy now leads the FedEx Cup standings, jumping past Nick Watney, who finished tied for 20th at the Deutsche Bank Championship.
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Rory McIlroy is in first place at the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship at -21, two strokes ahead of second place Louis Oosthuizen. The leaders are all on the back nine, so McIlroy is in good shape to take home this tournament.
The only other golfer who appears to be within striking distance at this point is Tiger Woods, who is -17 through 14 holes. Phil Mickelson holds fourth at -14, while Dustin Johnson is in fifth, one stroke back.
1. Rory McIlroy (-21)
2. Louis Oosthuizen (-19)
3. Tiger Woods (-17)
4. Phil Mickelson (-14)
5. Dustin Johnson (-13)
T6. Adam Scott (-12)
T6. Brandt Snedeker (-12)
T6. Jeff Overton (-12)
T9. Kevin Stadler (-10)
T9. Bryce Molder (-10)
You can find the complete leaderboard over at Golf.com.
The 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship field is full of Florida residents, and Jupiter inhabitants Dustin Johnson and Tiger Woods are near the top of the group headed into the final day.
Johnson and Woods sit at 13-under and will be paired together for the last round. They are scheduled to tee off at 1:40 p.m. ET.
Many other Floridians are already in action on Monday. Former Florida State Seminole George McNeill has finished his tournement at 1-under and tied in 45th after final-round 70. Florida Gator Matt Every is even on the day through eight holes and sits in 22nd place.
Matt Kuchar, who was born in Winter Park, has made a big move in his last eighteen. He saved his best golf for the finale, as he is 3-under through 17 holes and has risen into a tie for 32nd place.
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To stay updated on the final round of the Deutsche Bank Championship, stick with this StoryStream.
Low scores have ruled at the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship, and Monday's final round will showcase some of golf's best in the FedEx Cup event at TPC Boston.
Louis Oosthuizen leads the way at 19-under through three rounds, with Rory McIlroy three back and Tiger Woods and Dustin Johnson both at six back. Click here for a complete leaderboard.
Final-round tee times for twosomes tomorrow are as follows:
|7:40 AM||McDowell, Graeme||Harrington, Padraig|
|7:49 AM||Wilson, Mark||Bae, Sang-Moon|
|7:58 AM||Byrd, Jonathan||Stallings, Scott|
|8:07 AM||Pettersson, Carl||Na, Kevin|
|8:16 AM||Adams, Blake||de Jonge, Brendon|
|8:25 AM||English, Harris||Flores, Martin|
|8:34 AM||Walker, Jimmy||Harman, Brian|
|8:43 AM||Fowler, Rickie||Piercy, Scott|
|8:52 AM||Henry, J.J.||Ogilvy, Geoff|
|9:01 AM||Estes, Bob||Poulter, Ian|
|9:10 AM||Summerhays, Daniel||McNeill, George|
|9:20 AM||Gainey, Tommy||Day, Jason|
|9:30 AM||Leishman, Marc||Teater, Josh|
|9:40 AM||Castro, Roberto||Huh, John|
|9:50 AM||Schwartzel, Charl||O'Hair, Sean|
|10:00 AM||Cauley, Bud||Johnson, Zach|
|10:10 AM||Kuchar, Matt||Baddeley, Aaron|
|10:20 AM||Stanley, Kyle||Garrigus, Robert|
|10:30 AM||Chalmers, Greg||Haas, Bill|
|10:40 AM||Mahan, Hunter||Blixt, Jonas|
|10:50 AM||Perez, Pat||Van Pelt, Bo|
|11:00 AM||McGirt, William||Holmes, J.B.|
|11:10 AM||Pride, Dicky||Wagner, Johnson|
|11:20 AM||Potter, Jr., Ted||Singh, Vijay|
|11:30 AM||Gillis, Tom||Els, Ernie|
|11:40 AM||Donald, Luke||Matteson, Troy|
|11:50 AM||Kirk, Chris||Noh, Seung-Yul|
|12:00 PM||Westwood, Lee||Stadler, Kevin|
|12:10 PM||Every, Matt||Merrick, John|
|12:20 PM||Bradley, Keegan||Watney, Nick|
|12:30 PM||Stricker, Steve||Scott, Adam|
|12:40 PM||Senden, John||Furyk, Jim|
|12:50 PM||Points, D.A.||Simpson, Webb|
|1:00 PM||Mickelson, Phil||Overton, Jeff|
|1:10 PM||Snedeker, Brandt||Hearn, David|
|1:20 PM||Hoffman, Charley||Dufner, Jason|
|1:30 PM||Molder, Bryce||Moore, Ryan|
|1:40 PM||Johnson, Dustin||Woods, Tiger|
|1:50 PM||Oosthuizen, Louis||McIlroy, Rory|
You can see final round action coverage on the Golf Channel.
Louis Oosthuizen is leading the field after the third round at the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship with a three-shot lead over second place Rory McIlroy. Oosthuizen had a huge day on the course to work his way up the leaderboard. He hit 8-under par with a score of 63 on Sunday, which puts him at 19-under for the weekend.
McIlroy is at 16-under for the event and hit 4-under on the day. Tied for third place is Tiger Woods and Dustin Johnson, who are both at 13-under for the weekend.
Keegan Bradley was another player with a big day on the golf course, shooting 8-under on Sunday. His earlier rounds, however, have Bradley sitting at 6-under par for the tournament, far behind those toward the top of the leaderboard.
Reigning PGA Champion and Northern Irish star Rory McIlroy leads a talented field after two days at the Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston with a score of -12 on the event.
Behind him by one stroke is Louis Oosthuizen. Ryan Moore and Tiger Woods are tied for third with -10.
The most notable risers on the day were former Masters Champion Charl Schwartzel and D.A. Points, both of whom rose from 17th to 5th overall after shooting six under on the day to improve to nine under. Australian golfer Jason Day, on the other hand, took one of the more notable falls on the day, dropping 21 spots into a tie for 38th with a two over on Saturday.
Bagdad, Florida native and reigning Masters champion Bubba Watson missed the cut after the end of the day, finishing fiver over through two days at the event.
South African Louis Oosthuizen is one stroke off of Rory McIlroy's lead through 15 holes on the second day of the 2012 Deutschebank Championship held at TPC Boston.
McIlroy took the lead in the event earlier today from Seung-Yul Noh, after shooting 6-under par on the day to improve to 12-under on the weekend.
Oosthuizen has been very impressive thus far on the day, shooting five birdies, an eagle and a bogey to jump from eighth to second overall.
Also having an impressive Saturday are Charl Schwartzel and D.A. Points, both of whom also shot 6-under through 18 holes.
They, along with Seung-Yul Noh, Tiger Woods, Chris Kirk and Jason Dufner, are tied for fourth. Of that group, Woods still has golf left to play this afternoon, as he is through 15. A good finish to his Saturday could put Woods in the top three overall.
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Tiger Woods started his second round at the Deutsche Bank Championship with two birdies to move to 9-under and within three strokes of leader Rory McIlroy's lead. Woods then bogeyed the third hole and is now four strokes back of the lead at 8-under.
Woods finished with a 6-under par 64 in the first round on Friday and trailed Seung-yul Noh by three shots entering the second round of play. Noh shot even par on Saturday and is one stroke ahead of Woods, tied with Jason Dufner and Chris Kirk in third place.
McIlroy has finished with matching 6-under performances on each of the first two days of the tournament and holds a two stroke lead over second place Ryan Moore, who finished 7-under on Friday and 3-under on Saturday and is now 10-under for the tournament.
Bryce Molder, Louis Oosthuizen and Jeff Overton are in a four-way tie at 8-under with Woods.
The second round of the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship is underway and American Ryan Moore currently sits atop the leaderboard at 11-under par after completing the front nine. Korean golfer Seung-Yul Noh who finished in the lead after Friday's opening round is currently tied for second place at 9-under par with Englishman, Rory McIlroy.
American's Chris Kirk and Bryce Molder are tied for fourth place at 7-under par through five holes with Tiger Woods and Jeff Overton who will both tee off later in the afternoon.
Rounding out the top 10 is Jason Dufner at 6-under par through seven holes and Canadian David Hearn currently sits at 5-under par through 12 holes which ties him with Australia's John Senden who is also set to tee off later on Saturday.
The second round of the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship begins Saturday, and the tee times and pairings have things lined up for some quality action. The field is once again staggered, with half the players starting on Tee 1 and half on Tee 10. Seung-Yul Noh, the man currently at the top of the leaderboard, tees off from Tee 10 at 7:52 a.m. ET Tiger Woods, only two strokes behind Noh, tees off from Tee 1 at 1:10 p.m.
Baghdad, Fla. resident Bubba Watson is paired with Jupiter, Fla. resident Dustin Johnson. Both men tee off from Tee 1 at 12:58 p.m.
TPC Boston Tee 10
12:10 pm Estes, Bob, English, Harris and Teater, Josh
12:22 pm Singh, Vijay, Duke, Ken and Stallings, Scott
12:34 pm DeLaet, Graham, Walker, Jimmy and McGirt, William
12:46 pm Senden, John, McDowell, Graeme and Scott, Adam
12:58 pm Cauley, Bud, Westwood, Lee and Wagner, Johnson
1:10 pm Simpson, Webb, Oosthuizen, Louis and Van Pelt, Bo
1:22 pm Overton, Jeff, Potter, Jr., Ted and Baddeley, Aaron
1:34 pm Hoffman, Charley, Adams, Blake and Day, Jason
TPC Boston Tee 1
12:10 pm Schwartzel, Charl, Points, D.A. and Henry, J.J.
12:22 pm Poulter, Ian, Na, Kevin and Crane, Ben
12:34 pm Wi, Charlie, Harrington, Padraig and Ogilvy, Geoff
12:46 pm Donald, Luke, Rose, Justin and Stricker, Steve
12:58 pm Watson, Bubba, Johnson, Dustin and Pettersson, Carl
1:10 pm Watney, Nick, Snedeker, Brandt and Woods, Tiger
1:22 pm O'Hair, Sean, Every, Matt and Owen, Greg
1:34 pm Pride, Dicky, Blixt, Jonas and Merrick, John
TPC Boston Tee 10
7:40 am Howell III, Charles Byrd, Jonathan and Davis, Brian
7:52 am Moore, Ryan, Noh, Seung-Yul and Holmes, J.B.
8:04 am Harman, Brian, Palmer, Ryan and Stadler, Kevin
8:16 am Mickelson, Phil, Els, Ernie and Fowler, Rickie
8:28 am Kuchar, Matt, Mahan, Hunter and Bradley, Keegan
8:40 am McIlroy, Rory, Johnson, Zach and Dufner, Jason
8:52 am Barnes, Ricky, Matteson, Troy and Tringale, Cameron
9:04 am Molder, Bryce, Sabbatini, Rory and Choi, K.J.
9:16 am Summerhays, Daniel and Flores, Martin
TPC Boston Tee #1
7:40 am Perez, Pat, Levin, Spencer and Hearn, David
7:52 am de Jonge, Brendon, Gillis, Tom and Rollins, John
8:04 am Chalmers, Greg, Wilson, Mark and Laird, Martin
8:16 am Clark, Tim, Leishman, Marc and Curtis, Ben
8:28 am Haas, Bill, Stanley, Kyle and Garrigus, Robert
8:40 am Piercy, Scott, Huh, John and Furyk, Jim
8:52 am Castro, Roberto, Kirk, Chris and Thompson, Michael
9:04 am McNeill, George, Gainey, Tommy and Bae, Sang-Moon
Seung-Yul Noh has taken the lead after the first day of play at the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship, sitting 9-under par and two strokes ahead of Tiger Woods. Chris Kirk sits between the two men, in second place at 8-under.
Noh had a strong day but doesn't have much experience at the front of the pack. He has only one top-10 finish in his career, finishing ninth at the 2012 Wells Fargo Championship in May. Woods has plenty of experience out front, but recently has been unable to take successful opening rounds and carry them through the weekend.
Dustin Johnson had one of the better days for Florida based golfers. The Jupiter, Fla. native shot 4-under par, leaving him tied for 10th place. Baghdad, Fla. native Bubba Watson wasn't so successful, shooting 4-over to land in 96th place.
Tiger Woods has jumped out to the top of the leaderboard in Boston as Round 1 begins to wrap up at the Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston in nearby Norton, Mass. Woods shot a 64 on Friday, good enough for a 7-under lead and a tie with fellow American Jeff Overton.
However, American Ryan Moore is fast approaching the lead, shooting 6-under through ten holes and posting five birdies on the last six holes of the front nine. There's currently a three-way tie behind Moore, as John Senden and Louis Oosthuizen finished a 5-under, while Korean Seung-Yul Noh is five-under through 10 holes.
Englishmen Ian Poulter and Luke Donald round out the top of the board, as both finished their first round with a 4-under 67.
The Deutsche Bank Championship begins on Friday and runs through Labor Day. The top 100 players in the FedEx Cup points standings were eligible for this tournament. After this tournament, the top 70 in the standings will be eligible for the next tournament.
The current FedEx Cup points leader Nick Watney tees off at 8:40 a.m. on hole No. 10 with Tiger Woods and Brandt Snedeker. Bubba Watson, Born in Bagdad, Fla., is scheduled to tee off at 8:28 a.m. with Dustin Johnson, from Jupiter, Fla. and Carl Pettersson. For a complete list of pairings and tee times, check out the Deutsche Bank Championship's official website.
The first round will be livestreamed on the PGA Tour's official website starting at 12:30 p.m. Television coverage of the tournament will begin at 2 p.m. on the Golf Channel.
Check out the preview for Labor Day weekend's Deutsche Bank Championship.
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