Deutsche Bank Championship 2013 PGA Tour

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The 37-year-old Henrik Stenson of Sweden closed out the 2013 Deutsche Bank Championship with a 5-under 66 and moved into first place in the FedEx Cup standings, ahead of Tiger Woods.
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It was Stenson's strong putting that kept him ahead of a field led by Steve Stricker, who finished two shots back.
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Tiger's struggles around the green continued Monday. Four bogeys in a final round 73 sent him tumbling down the leader board to T65.
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Despite dressing in Tiger colors, Phil Mickelson never reclaimed that Friday magic and carded his third consecutive 71 to drop him to T41.
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Steve Stricker shot a solid 67 on Monday and, though he failed to challenge Stenson for the lead down the stretch, finished alone in second place.
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Graham DeLaet continued his stellar play, following up his second place finish at the Barclays with a third place finish at the Deutsche.
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Jordan Spieth's spectacular rookie season rolls on: the 20-year-old Texan shot a final round 62, soaring up the leaderboard to finish T4.
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Sergio Garcia led the tournament at the start of play Monday, but with a final round 73, he remains winless on the PGA Tour in 2013.
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Ian Poulter was on pace for a Top 5 finish, but a double bogey on 18 dropped him to T9.
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Six birdies on Monday moved Matt Kuchar up the leader board and into a four-way tie for fourth place with Jordan Spieth, Matt Kuchar and Sergio Garcia.
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Kevin Stadler shot a final round 3-under 68, good enough for T4, his best finish since the Pebble Beach Pro-Am in February.
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After flirting with the lead, Dufner came out cold after the rain delay, bogeying three times for an even par 71 for the day, 15-under for the tournament.
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It was a rain-soaked day at TPC Boston, as the final round of play was delayed several times due to inclement weather.
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Sergio Garcia began Sunday's third round with a one-shot lead. He shot a 65 to extend his lead to two shots entering Monday's final round.
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Garcia is winless on the PGA Tour so far in 2013. He leads Henrik Stenson by two.
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Tiger Woods shot a 72 to fade out of contention heading into Monday's final round. He's 13 shots behind Garcia.
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Phil Mickelson shot a third-round 71 and is 11 shots back heading into Monday.
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Graham DeLaet fired a nine-under 62 to pull into a tie for third place heading into Monday.
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PGA Champion Jason Dufner shot a Sunday 66 and is four shots back.
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Phil Mickelson greets fans on the way to the fifth tee on Saturday. Mickelson followed his otherworldly 63 on Friday with an uneven 71 on Saturday.
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Phil Mickelson on the fourth tee at TPC Boston on Saturday. Mickelson finished his roundbirdie-birdie after a bogey on 14 and a double on 16 to shot even par on Saturday and stay at 8-under.
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Phil Mickelson plays from out of the trees on nine. Even playing partner Tiger Woods was impressed with how often Mickelson got up and down from a tough spot on Saturday.
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Tiger Woods hits his tee shot on the 4th hole Saturday. Woods did not appear to have back problems during his round.
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Phil Mickelson beat Tiger Woods by five shot on Friday (63 to 68) but Woods got the better of Mickelson on Friday (67 to 71)
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Tiger Woods made three birdie on the back nine Saturday to shoot 67.
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Sergio Garcia watches his tee shot on the 14th tee. Garcia prefers to take this week off to rest, but he couldn't guarantee that he would be among the top 70 in the standings after the Deutsche Bank Championship who advance to the third event.
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Sergio Garcia hits his tee shot on the 17th hole. Garcia made one eagle, seven birdies and one double-bogey in his second-round 64 on Saturday.
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Sergio Garcia lines up a putt on the 17th green on Saturday.
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Nick Watney shot 67 on Saturday. Watney is from California but he has plenty of New England fans because his cousin Heidi was a popular Red Sox sideline reporter.
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Ian Poulter lines up a putt on the 16th green Saturday. Poulter followed his first round 66 with a second round 68.
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Defending champ Rory McIlroy hasn't got into contention at TPC Boston, but he did make the cut on the number (1-under) on Satuday.
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Henrik Stenson (12-under) hits his tee shot on 17 on Saturday. Stenson shot 63 Saturday, his lowest-ever round on the PGA Tour.
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Keegan Bradley waves to fans on the ninth green Saturday. A Massachusetts native, Bradley is a fan favorite at this event.
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Jason Day reacts to his shot on the 15th hole Saturday. Day is tied with Mickelson at 8-under.
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Robert Castro shot 65 on Saturday, good enough for 12-under and a tie for second place with Henrik Stenson.
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Adam Scott hits his tee shot on the seventh hole Saturday. Scott was the worst performer in the Big 3 grouping of Woods, Mickelson and Scott. He finished the second round at 5-under.
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"I'm watching you, ball." Jim Furyk gets ready to putt on the 16th green on Saturday. Furyk shot 68 on Saturday.
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Phil Mickelson put on a show Friday at TPC Boston, shooting an eight-under 63.
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Mickelson made seven birdies to shoot a 28 on his first nine holes, putting a 59 within reach.
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He would go one under the rest of the way to finish with a 63.
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Mickelson lipped out on a putt for 59 at the Phoenix Open earlier this year.
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Mickelson played alongside Tiger Woods and Adam Scott in the first round.
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Woods shot a solid three-under 68.
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Woods' round featured four birdies and a lone bogey.
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He began the week still holding onto the first position in the FedEx Cup rankings.
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The Deutsche Bank Championship is the second tournament in the four-event FedEx Cup Playoffs.
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Adam Scott did not fare as well as his playing partners, shooting a two-over 73.
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Scott won the first playoff event -- the Barclays -- last week.