2012 Deutsche Bank Championship

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Rory McIlroy began the final round three shots behind Louis Oosthuizen.
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McIlroy shot a 67 to beat Oosthuizen by one and earn his third win of the season.
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Rory McIlroy and his caddie, J.P. Fitzgerald, kept the mood light on Monday.
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Woods began the day six shots off the lead.
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He shot a bogey-free 66 and finished two shots back.
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Oosthuizen shot a 71 and finished one shot behind McIlroy.
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Oosthuizen played the opening nine holes in one over, allowing McIlroy to overtake him.
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Brandt Snedeker tried to improve his Ryder Cup chances with a strong finish. He shot a 67 and finished sixth.
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Louis Oosthuizen and Rory McIlroy were paired together in the final group during Sunday's third round. Oosthuizen went sailing past McIlroy with a 63 that gave him a three-shot lead heading into Monday's final round.
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Tiger Woods began the day two shots behind McIlroy. He shot a 68 and trails Oosthuizen by six heading into the final round.
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McIlroy began the day with a one-shot lead. He shot a 67, and trails Oosthuizen by three shots.
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Webb Simpson shot a bogey-free 66 on Sunday.
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Tiger Woods shot a three-under 68 to finish two shots off the lead on Saturday.
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Woods made five birdies and two bogeys on Saturday.
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PGA champion Rory McIlroy fired another 65 to finish with a one-shot lead.
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Seung-Yul Noh shot a 62 on Friday, but he only managed a 71 on Saturday.
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Phil Mickelson made six birdies and three bogeys for a 68.
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Nick Watney made three birdies in the last 10 holes to make the cut.
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Luke Donald made two birdies and three bogeys for a one-over 72.
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Rickie Fowler shot a one-over 72 to barely make the cut.
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Tiger Woods fired a seven-under 64 to finish two shots off the lead at the Deutsche Bank Championship.
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Woods made eight birdies and one bogey for his best opening round in three years.
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Seung-Yul Noh leads after making nine birdies and no bogeys for a nine-under 62, one shot off the course record.
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Rory McIlroy birdied two of the last four holes for a six-under 65.
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Ryan Moore just missed a birdie putt on 18 for 63. He had to settle for a 64.
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Phil Mickelson made three birdies and no bogeys for a 68.
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Dustin Johnson made five birdies and a bogey for a 67.
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Graeme McDowell struggled to a three-over 74.
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Nick Watney, who won last week at Bethpage Black, opened with a one-over 72.
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Brandt Snedeker birdied all three par 5s to shoot a two-under 69.