Tour Championship 2013 PGA Tour

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Henrik Stenson shot a two-under 68 on Sunday to win the Tour Championship by three strokes.
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With his Tour Championship victory, Stenson became the first European to win the FedEx Cup and the accompanying $10 million prize.
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The dual victory made Stenson $11.44 million richer.
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After falling to 230th in the World Golf Rankings, Stenson completed a comeback over a year in the making. Of his victory, Stenson said: "It shows that one should never give up."
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20-year-old rookie Jordan Spieth birdied eight holes en route to a final round 64 that landed him three strokes back of Stenson, tied for second.
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Steve Stricker's eagle on 15 highlighted a final round 65 and helped him into a tie for second with Jordan Spieth.
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Simpson fired a 63 Sunday, the low round of the tournament, and moved to 9-under, good enough for fourth place, a single stroke back of Spieth and Stricker for second.
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The newly engaged Paulina Gretzky was at East Lake to cheer for fiancé Dustin Johnson.
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Sunday was an up-and-down day for Dustin Johnson -- seven birdies, three bogeys and one double -- but his 1-under 69 kept him in fifth place.
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Too little, too late for Tiger Woods: his Sunday 67 moved him into T22, even par for the tournament.
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Tiger Woods hits out of the bunker onto the 16th green during the third round of play in the Tour Championship on Saturday.
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The sun rises behind the 17th before the start of the third round of the Tour Championship on Saturday. The weather was all downhill from then.
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Caddie Gareth Lord and Henrik Stenson talk about the wind direction on the third tee box during the third round of the Tour Championship on Saturday.
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Henrik Stenson places his ball marker down on the fourth green during the third round of the Tour Championship on Saturday.
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Jordan Spieth has already passed Johnny Miller in career earnings in just his rookie season. “Back then we played for peanuts," Miller said. "Maybe some popcorn every now and then.”
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Sergio Garcia was T10 after shooting 69 in Satruday's rain.
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Phil Mickelson appears unlikely to add a FedEx Cup playoff event to his Player of the Year application. He trails Stenson by nine shots after shooting 70 on Saturday.
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Phil Mickelson acknowledges his many fans at the Tour Championship on Saturday.
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Lindsey Vonn and Charlie Woods watch Tiger at the Tour Championship on Saturday.
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It wasn't a beautiful day for golf on Saturday at East Lake, but it was a beautiful morning for mowing the course.
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Nick Watney, Gary Woodland and Keegan Bradley, shake hands after finishing on the 18th hole of the Tour Championship on Saturday.
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Jason Dufner shot an impressive 66 on Saturday at the Tour Championship but he still trails Stenson by 11 shots.
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An unhappy Tiger Woods watches his tee shot on the fifth hole during the third round of the Tour Championship on Saturday.
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Tiger Woods watches his tee shot on the 17th hole during the third round of the Tour Championship on Saturday.
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Zach Johnson lines up a putt on the 17th green during the third round of the Tour Championship on Saturday.
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Players and fans walk to the 18th green during the third round of the Tour Championship on a rainy Saturday when an umbrella was the most popular accessory for fans and players.
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Tiger Woods lines up a putt on the 17th green during the third round of the Tour Championship on Saturday. He finished the day 14 shots behind leader Henrik Stenson.
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Dustin Johnson waves to the fans after finishing his third round on Saturday. Johnson took advantage of Stenson's back-nine misadventures to get within four shots of the lead.
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The PGA Tour's bad weather specialist Dustin Johnson shot 67 on Saturday.
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The long-hitting Canadian Graham DeLaet has had a breakout FedEx Cup Playoff season but he's near the bottom of the pack at the Tour Championship after a 72 on Saturday.
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He was ranked No. 1 in the FedEx Cup standings heading into this week.
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Woods had zero birdies on the day.
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Phil Mickelson also had a rough day, finishing at one over.
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Matt Kuchar shot a one-under 69.
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Luke Donald shot a 70.
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U.S. Open champ Justin Rose had a 68.
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Jason Dufner sits in last place after shooting a 74.
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Stenson won the Deutsche Bank Championship, the second playoff event.
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Henrik Stenson fired an impressive 64 to take the lead.
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Dustin Johnson was two under on the day.
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2011 FedEx Cup champ Bill Haas shot a 70.
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Masters champ Adam Scott is one back after a 65.
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Thursday Tiger Woods struggled to a 73 in the first round at East Lake.
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Adam Scott shot a 69 and is alone in second place.
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Billy Horschel shot 70 on Saturday and he trails Stenson by seven shots.
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Adam Scott reacts to a missed putt on the sixth green during the third round of the Tour Championship on Saturday.
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Adam Scott hits a drive on the ninth hole during the third round of the Tour Championship on Saturday. Scott shot a disappointing 74.
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Tiger Woods struggled again, finishing with a 71.
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He then doubled 14, made bogey at 16 and tripled 17.
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Woods began the day playing well and was five under through 13.
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Phil Mickelson also recovered on Friday with a 67.
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Keegan Bradley fired a 65 to get back into contention.
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Justin Rose is five back after a 68.
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Henrik Stenson backed up his solid first round with a 66 Friday at East Lake.
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With the 66, Stenson has built a four-shot lead heading into Saturday.
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He just needs to win this week to capture the FedEx Cup.
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There are two trophies up for grabs this week, the FedEx Cup (left) and the Tour Championship trophy.