2014 Deutsche Bank Championship

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Chris Kirk shot a bogey-free 5-under 66 at TPC Boston on Monday, securing the Deutsche Bank Championship title and taking the lead in the FedEx Cup playoffs.
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The victory was Kirk's third on the PGA Tour, but this one stands above the rest. "It's my biggest win ever," Kirk said after his round.
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Kirk celebrates with his family and Deutsche Bank CEO Jacques Brand.
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Three big back-nine putts, including this one on the 16th, helped Kirk secure the victory and make a strong case for a Ryder Cup captain's pick.
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Billy Horschel had a chance to tie Kirk and force a playoff with a birdie on the 18th, but he chunked his second shot into a hazard. He would bogey the hole and drop into a tie for second at 13 under, two shots back of Kirk.
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Geoff Ogilvy of Australia fired his second-straight 65 to jump into a tie for second place.
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54-hole leader Russell Henley slipped down the leaderboard with a 1-under 70, but he managed to join the group in second at 13 under with a birdie on the final hole.
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World No. 1 Rory McIlroy looked poised to make a run at the leaders after back-to-back birdies on the 7th and 8th holes.
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McIlroy bogeyed two of his first three holes on the back nine en route to a 1-under 70 as he fell into a tie for fifth with Australia's John Senden.
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A double bogey on the 12th ended Jason Day's title hopes. He shot an even par 71 to finish in a tie for seventh with Martin Kaymer at 10 under.
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Russell Henley made five birdies in a seven-hole stretch Sunday, firing a 6-under 65 to take a one-shot lead heading into the final round of the Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston.
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Henley acknowledges the crowd after making birdie on the 13th hole.
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Billy Horschel birdied his final three holes to finish with a 67, one shot back of Henley at 11 under. He will play in the final group with Henley on Monday.
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Rory McIlroy's bogey-free 7-under 64 moved him to 10 under, two shots off the lead.
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McIlroy reacts to missing a birdie putt on the 18th that would have pulled him to within a stroke of the lead.
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Back-to-back bogeys on the 14th and 15th dropped 36-hole co-leader Jason Day back to 10 under.
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Chris Kirk high fives his caddie after making birdie on the 17th hole. Kirk kept the pace with McIlroy, matching his bogey-free 64 to get to 10 under.
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Ryder Cup hopeful Webb Simpson kept himself in the mix with a 3-under 68. He's three shots back at 9 under.
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New England native Keegan Bradley is four shots back after mustering a pair of birdies for a 2-under 69.
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36-hole co-leader Ryan Palmer mixed four birdies and four bogeys to land at even par for the day and hold his ground at 8 under.
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First-round leader Ryan Palmer followed up his opening 63 with a 71 on Saturday at TPC Boston. That was good enough to share the 36-hole lead with Jason Day at -8.
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Rory McIlroy moved up the leaderboard with a second-round 69, good for a T17th at -3, five shots back.
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Phil Mickelson shot 69 in the second round and was +1 overall, two shots inside the cutline.
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Jason Day shot a 3-under 68 to share the lead with Ryan Palmer at -8 after two rounds.
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Jason Day kisses his wife Ellie and holds his son after finishing the second round.
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Ryan Palmer takes a drop on the par-5 second hole. He made a double-bogey.
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Patrick Reed fired a second consecutive 68 and was tied for fifth at -6, two shots back of the leaders.
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2011 Fed Ex Cup winner Bill Haas moved into contention with a 69 on Saturday. He's -6, two shots back.
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Billy Horschel holed out for a birdie from this bunker on the 18th hole, part of a 66 in the second round. He's tied for third with Matt Kuchar at -7, one off the lead.
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Matt Kuchar moved near the top of the leaderboard with his second-round 66. He's one back of Jason Day and Ryan Palmer at -7.
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Round 1 Rory McIlroy and Jimmy Walker, Nos. 2 and 3 in the Fed Ex Cup standings, cross a bridge on their way to the 18th green. Both shot 1-under 70 and were tied for 26th.
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Round 1 Ryan Palmer cruised to a two-shot lead after the first round with a near-flawless 63. He birdied 7 of his final 13 holes.
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Round 1 A hat is worn in memory of Angela Bennett, who passed away unexpectedly Wednesday. Bennett is the wife of longtime PGA Tour caddy Lance Bennett, who works with Matt Kuchar.
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Round 1 Ian Poulter, on the bubble for a spot on the European Ryder Cup team, shot a 4-under 67 and was four off the opening-round lead.
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Round 1 Keegan Bradley played bogey-free golf on the way to a 6-under 65 in the first round.
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Round 1 Ryo Ishikawa, left, and Justin Hicks help Phil Mickelson look for his ball in the hazard on the second hole. Mickelson bogied the par-5 and shot a 3-over 74.
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Round 1 Keegan Bradley got up and down for birdie from this bunker on the par-5 18th.
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Round 1 Jason Day was near the lead after his opening-round 66.
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Round 1 Chesson Hadley was three shots back of the leader after his opening-round 66.
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Round 1 Jordan Spieth shot a solid 67 in his first round. He said his final-round 62 at last year's Deutsche Bank Championship was the best round of his life.
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Round 1 Webb Simpson, a potential captain's pick for the Ryder Cup, shot 66 in the first round