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Deutsche Bank Championship: Rory McIlroy Ahead Of Oosthuizen, Woods

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.

For more coverage of the Deutsche Bank Championship, be sure to follow SB Nation's Golf hub. A full leaderboard for the event can be found at Golf.com.

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