Deutsche Bank Championship 2015 Best Photos

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Jack Nicklaus Masters 1975

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Tiger Woods, Steve Williams Masters 2005

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Larry Mize Masters 1987

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Ben Hogan, Byron Nelson Masters 1942

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Greg Norman Masters 1996

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Gene Sarazen Masters 1935

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Phil Mickelson Masters 2004

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Arnold Palmer Masters 1960

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Hoffman's wife and two daughters greeted him on the 18th hole after he tapped in for the victory.
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Hoffman's 5-under 66 was just good enough to edge Shawn Stefani by a single stroke.
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Jordan Spieth

Jordan Spieth closed with a 6-under 66 on Sunday to win the Hero World Challenge at Isleworth by a record 10 strokes.
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Jordan Spieth

"It was the most fun I ever had playing nine holes of golf," said Spieth of his drama-free back nine.
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@bubbawatson: Caleb's babysitter (@RickieFowlerPGA) finally showed up!! ‪#UncleRickie
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Jordan Spieth picked up right where he left off. The 20-year-old who started the 2013 season with no status and finished ranked No. 20 in the world dropped five birdies on the front nine and sits in a four-way tie for fourth place.
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Former world No. 1 Luke Donald shot a 71.
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Phil Mickelson turned in his worst round of the tournament on Sunday, shooting a 2-over 74 to drop to T19.