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.