Final round at 2011 Deutsche Bank Championship

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Webb Simpson shot a 65 for his fourth straight round in the 60s. He then birdied two straight holes in sudden death to defeat Chez Reavie and earn his second win of the year.
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Chez Reavie took the outright lead for the first time on the 14th hole. He played a bogey-free round until the 18th hole, where his bogey dropped him into a playoff with Webb Simpson.
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Luke Donald made an early charge to take the lead, but but eventually faded and finished with a 67.
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Bubba Watson began the final round with a one-shot lead, but 23 players were within four shots. He made three bogeys on the front nine to tumble out of contention.
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Phil Mickelson began the final round four shots out of the lead. He shot a 69 and finished nine under.
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Nick Watney started the day three shots back, but fell from contention when he made an 11 on the second hole. He shot an 80 and tied for 61st place.
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Adam Scott made three bogeys and one double on the back nine to fall out of contention.
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Rickie Fowler and Brandt Snedeker were paired together in the final round. Fowler stumbled to a 77 and finished T52, while Snedeker shot 66 to finish T3.