NORTON, MA - SEPTEMBER 03: Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland hits the ball during the final round of the Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston on September 3, 2012 in Norton, Massachusetts. (Photo by Warren Little/Getty Images)

2012 Deutsche Bank Championship: Rory McIlroy Wins By One Stroke Over Louis Oosthuizen

McIlroy shot a final round 67 and survived a few uncertain moments on the back nine to defeat Louis Oosthuizen at the TPC Boston.

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2012 FedEx Cup Standings: McIlroy Leading Charge At Halfway Mark Of FedEx Cup Chase

On the strength of his 20-under par Deutsche Bank Championship performance and tournament victory, Rory McIlroy claimed the top spot in the FedEx Cup standings with two events remaining in golf's postseason, leading Nick Watney and Tiger Woods after two events.

McIlroy was fourth after The Barclays, the FedEx Cup's first event, but passed Watney, Woods and Brandt Snedeker to claim the leaderboard's top spot. Louis Oosthuizen, who McIlroy topped by one stroke at the Deutsche Bank, climbed all the way from 21st after The Barclays to fifth. A victory at next week's BMW Championship will be worth 2,500 points in the standings.

Here is the current top 15 of the FedEx Cup race:

Rank Last Week Player Points
1 4 Rory McIlroy 4,799
2 1 Nick Watney 3,468
3 3 Tiger Woods 3,417
4 2 Brandt Snedeker 3,194
5 21 Louis Oosthuizen 2,909
6 8 Dustin Johnson 2,622
7 6 Jason Dufner 2,373
8 5 Zach Johnson 2,279
9 17 Phil Mickelson 2,170
10 7 Bubba Watson 2,080
11 9 Carl Pettersson 1,966
12 13 Keegan Bradley 1,952
13 11 Matt Kuchar 1,920
14 12 Hunter Mahan 1,894
15 10 Sergio Garcia 1,810

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2012 Deutsche Bank Championship Purse: Rory McIlroy Wins $1.44 Million

With his one-stroke win in the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship Monday, Rory McIlroy took home a first place prize of $1.44 million. With the purse, McIlroy has now won $6,402,192 in prize money this season.

Tiger Woods, who finished third, took home $544,000 and also made a little history. With the purse, Woods became the first player to win $100 million in his career, according to ESPN Stats & Info.

Louis Oosthuizen finished second and won $864,000 while Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson finished in a tie for fourth and each took home $352,000.

Below are the shares for each of the top ten finishers:

1. Rory McIlroy - $1.44 million

2. Louis Oosthuizen - $864,000

3. Tiger Woods - $544,000

T-4. Phil Mickelson - $352,000

T-4. Dustin Johnson - $352,000

6. Brandt Snedeker - $288,000

T-7. Adam Scott - $258,000

T-7. Jeff Overton -- $258,000

9. Bryce Molder -- $232,000

t-10. Kevin Stadler -- $208,000

t-10. Ryan Moore -- $208,000

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Deutsche Bank Championship 2012 Results: Rory McIlroy Shoots 20-Under To Win Tourney

After four great rounds of golf at the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston, it was Rory McIlroy who came out as the winner. McIlroy finished the fourth round at -4, improving him to -20 overall for the tournament. Louis Oosthuizen finished in second place at -19. Oosthuizen and McIlroy battled throughout all of Monday, but Louis missed his final put by a couple of inches on 18 to secure the victory for McIlroy.

Tiger Woods continued to play well and finished at -18 for the tournament after shooting four-under in the final round. He will remain near the top of the leaderboard in the FedEx Cup standings. On a personal note, Woods's finish made him the first PGA Tour player to surpass the $100 million dollar mark for career earnings.

Phil Mickelson was played his best round on Monday, shooting a 66 (-5) to improve his overall score to -14 for the tournament. Mickelson, who has struggled throughout most of the year, finished in fourth place and should receive a bunch of points for his efforts.

Dustin Johnson shot an even par-70 in the final round to move him to -14 overall. Brandt Snedeker was near the top of the leaderboard all weekend, and finished his 72 holes at 13-under par. Adam Scott shot a -5 on Monday to move into a tie with Jeff Overton (-12) for seventh place. Bryce Molder placed ninth at 11-under par, while Kevin Stadler and Ryan Moore rounded out the top 10 at -10.

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Deutsche Bank Championship Leaderboard: Louis Oosthuizen Leads After Third Round

Louis Oosthuizen's 8-under par round of 63 on Sunday has catapulted him to the top of the leaderboard at the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston. Oosthuizen is 19-under for the tournament. Second round leader Rory McIlroy sits three shots off the lead after shooting a 4-under round of 67.

Americans Dustin Johnson and Tiger Woods are tied for third place after three rounds of play, both 13-under for the tournament. Johnson shot a 6-under round of 65 on Sunday, while Woods carded a 3-under round of 68.

Keegan Bradley tied Oosthuizen for the round of the day, also shooting an 8-under round of 63 on Sunday. Bradley is tied for 19th place, 6-under par overall for the tournament. Phil Mickelson is tied for 9th place at 9-under, and U.S. Open champion Webb Simpson is tied for 14th place at 8-under par.

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2012 Deutsche Bank Championship: Keegan Bradley, Vijay Singh On The Rise

Leader Rory McIlroy, Louis Oosthuizen, Tiger Woods and others are yet to tee off at the Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston, but some big changes have already taken place on the tournament's leaderboard thus far today.

Among those on the rise in the standings, Keegan Bradley has made the most notable jump. He is storming up the leaderboard as he is five under through 12 holes on the day, putting him in a tie for 17th place overall, 50 spots higher on the leaderboard from where he began the day.

Also rising are Vijay Singh, Nick Watney and Carl Petterson, who have all improved to three under overall.

The most notable fall thus far today is Australian Geoff Ogilvy, who has fallen 28 spots into a tie for 66th overall. Ogilvy's fall is due largely to a double bogey on the par-5 second hole of the course. Also of note are Padraig Harrington and Graeme McDowell, who have both fallen into a tie for last place after shooting four over through 16 and 18 holes respectively.

McIlroy and Oosthuizen are set to tee off at 1:45 p.m. ET.

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2012 Deutsche Bank Championship: TV Schedule, Tee Times, Pairings For Sunday

Today marks the third day of the Deutsche Bank Championship, held at TPC Boston in Norton, Mass., with PGA Champion and Northern Irish star Rory McIlroy leading the field at -12. Behind him by a stroke is South African Louis Oosthuizen, and tied for third for two strokes off the lead are Americans Ryan Moore and Tiger Woods.

Some notable tee times and pairings for Sunday are as follows. All times are Eastern:

  • 12:35 p.m. Phil Mickelson and David Hearn
  • 1:15 p.m. Charl Schwartzel and Chris Kirk
  • 1:35 p.m. Ryan Moore and Tiger Woods
  • 1:45 p.m. Rory McIlroy and Louis Oosthuizen

Television coverage of the Deutsche Bank Championship begins at 1 p.m. ET today on Golf Channel. The action will run there until 3 p.m. ET, when NBC picks up the events, broadcasting them until 6 p.m. ET. PGATour.com will have live streaming coverage of the 11th and 16th holes from 1 to 6 p.m. ET.

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Deutsche Bank Leaderboard: Rory McIlroy Leads While Tiger Woods Chases

Rory McIlroy is the leader in the clubhouse after two rounds of the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship in Norton, MA.

McIlroy has had consecutive rounds of 65 and appears in total control of his game at 12-under par. Louis Oosthuizen is breathing down McIlroy's neck however, just one off of McIlroy's pace. The South African has been consistent in 2012 with a litany of nice tournament showings, including his runner-up finish in the 2012 Masters.

Tiger Woods is tied for third place with Ryan Moore at 10-under after playing some very good golf late on Saturday. The 14-time major champion birdied the 14th and 17th holes to inch closer to the lead. Woods might be the most dangerous to McIlroy's advantage when all is set and done.

Phil Mickelson is still in the conversation with a 6-under for the tourney. Lefty hasn't been much of a factor this year but could make a splash at the end.

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2012 Deutsche Bank Championship: Rory McIlroy Leads The Field

With Saturday coming to a close, Rory McIlroy is out in front of the field with a 12-under in the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship in Norton, MA.

McIlroy has shot back-to-back rounds of 65 to put him one shot ahead of Louis Oosthuizen, who is currently on the 16th Hole. Oosthuizen has been very sharp in the first two rounds and could pose the biggest threat for McIlroy as the pressure mounts.

Ryan Moore is in third place after a second-round 68. He's at 10-under overall.

Tiger Woods is certainly in the competitive picture as well, playing very well in the tourney to this point. The 14-time major champion is breezing through at 9-under and almost halfway home through 16 holes on Saturday.

If Woods could mount a charge and win, it would continue what has been a year of reawakening for him when many felt his career was on the downside.

With the projected cut line at 2-over, Bubba Watson's tournament is about to come to an end with his score of 6-over par.

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Deutsche Bank Championship Leaderboard: Rory McIlroy Takes 2nd-Round Lead In Boston

Rory McIroy has shot up the leaderboard at the second round of the Deutsche Bank to take a two-shot lead at 12-under. The 2012 PGA Championship winner is looking to get September off on the right foot and he's 6-under through his first 16 holes during Saturday's second round. McIlroy went berserk on the outward nine, posting a 30 that included an eagle on No. 18 as he made the turn.

The Northern Irishman is in the middle of a two-month stretch in the States that will culminate with the Ryder Cup at Medinah. A win in Boston and potential FedEx Cup $10 million purse at the end of the playoffs could make for an absolutely incredible stretch for young McIlroy.

Phil Mickelson is also under par and currently in the top 10 on the first page of the leaderboard. Mickelson posted his second straight round of 68 on Saturday and is now 6-under and six shots back of McIlroy. Jason Dufner, who's playing with Rory, is also posting a low number and is 5-under through 17 holes. He's tied for third at 9-under for the championship. Like McIlroy, Dufner will be a key player at Medinah and he looks to be in form after taking last week off.

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2012 Deutsche Bank Championship: TV Schedule, Tee Times, Pairings For Saturday

Second-round play at the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship gets underway on Saturday as some of golf's biggest names are set to tee off at the TPC Boston in Norton, Mass.

Seung-yul Noh led the field following a strong first round on Friday, shooting 9-under par. American Chris Kirk trailed by one stroke, while Tiger Woods and Jeff Overton were behind by two strokes.

Here are the full tee times and pairings for Saturday, courtesy of the PGA Tour's official website.

TPC Boston Tee #10
Time Players
12:10 pm Estes, Bob English, Harris Teater, Josh
12:22 pm Singh, Vijay Duke, Ken Stallings, Scott
12:34 pm DeLaet, Graham Walker, Jimmy McGirt, William
12:46 pm Senden, John McDowell, Graeme Scott, Adam
12:58 pm Cauley, Bud Westwood, Lee Wagner, Johnson
1:10 pm Simpson, Webb Oosthuizen, Louis Van Pelt, Bo
1:22 pm Overton, Jeff Potter, Jr., Ted Baddeley, Aaron
1:34 pm Hoffman, Charley Adams, Blake Day, Jason
TPC Boston Tee #1
Time Players
12:10 pm Schwartzel, Charl Points, D.A. Henry, J.J.
12:22 pm Poulter, Ian Na, Kevin Crane, Ben
12:34 pm Wi, Charlie Harrington, Padraig Ogilvy, Geoff
12:46 pm Donald, Luke Rose, Justin Stricker, Steve
12:58 pm Watson, Bubba Johnson, Dustin Pettersson, Carl
1:10 pm Watney, Nick Snedeker, Brandt Woods, Tiger
1:22 pm O'Hair, Sean Every, Matt Owen, Greg
1:34 pm Pride, Dicky Blixt, Jonas Merrick, John
TPC Boston Tee #10
Time Players
7:40 am Howell III, Charles Byrd, Jonathan Davis, Brian
7:52 am Moore, Ryan Noh, Seung-Yul Holmes, J.B.
8:04 am Harman, Brian Palmer, Ryan Stadler, Kevin
8:16 am Mickelson, Phil Els, Ernie Fowler, Rickie
8:28 am Kuchar, Matt Mahan, Hunter Bradley, Keegan
8:40 am McIlroy, Rory Johnson, Zach Dufner, Jason
8:52 am Barnes, Ricky Matteson, Troy Tringale, Cameron
9:04 am Molder, Bryce Sabbatini, Rory Choi, K.J.
9:16 am Summerhays, Daniel Flores, Martin
TPC Boston Tee #1
Time Players
7:40 am Perez, Pat Levin, Spencer Hearn, David
7:52 am de Jonge, Brendon Gillis, Tom Rollins, John
8:04 am Chalmers, Greg Wilson, Mark Laird, Martin
8:16 am Clark, Tim Leishman, Marc Curtis, Ben
8:28 am Haas, Bill Stanley, Kyle Garrigus, Robert
8:40 am Piercy, Scott Huh, John Furyk, Jim
8:52 am Castro, Roberto Kirk, Chris Thompson, Michael
9:04 am McNeill, George Gainey, Tommy Bae, Sang-Moon

Televised coverage can be found on the Golf Channel, beginning at 2 p.m. ET. Live, online streaming will begin at 1 p.m. on the PGA Tour's official website.

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Deutsche Bank Championship 2012: John Rollins Finishes 2-Under, Seung-Yul Noh Leads At 9-Under

Former VCU golfer John Rollins finished at 2-under on Friday after the first round of the Deutsche Bank Championship at the TPC Boston in Norton, Mass.

Rollins started on the back nine on Friday, posting a birdie on his first hole and an eagle on his second hole.


A bogey on the third hole of the day summed up what would become an up and down 2-under par round. Seung-Yul Noh leads the tournament after shooting a 9-under 62 on Friday. Noh leads Chris Kirk by one stroke after the first round.

Notables:

Tied 3rd, Tiger Woods, 7-under

Tied 6th, Rory McIlroy, 6-under

Tied 27th, Webb Simpson, 2-under

DC Area Golfers:

Tied 27th, John Rollins, 2-under

Tied 46th, Brendon de Jonge, 1-under

Tied 46th, Johnson Wagner, 1-under

Tied 74th, Marc Leishman, 1-over

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Deutsche Bank Leaderboard: Tiger Woods, Jeff Overton Sit Atop Field

Tiger Woods and Jeff Overton are tied for the lead at the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship.

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