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Deutsche Bank Championship 2012: McIlroy Takes FedExCup Lead After TPC Boston Victory

Rory McIlroy takes over the FexExCup lead after a big win at the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship.

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2012 FedEx Cup Standings: Rory McIlroy No. 1 After Win At Deutsche Bank Championship

After a win at the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship, Rory McIlroy has jumped from No. 4 to No. 1 in the FedEx Cup Standings. It was the third win of the year for the No. 1-ranked golfer in the world.

Going into the third week of the Playoffs, Nick Watney is 1331 points behind McIlroy in second place. Tiger Woods, who finished third at the tournament in Norton, Mass., is third in the standings, sitting 1382 points behind McIlroy.

Louis Oosthuizen, who finished second in the tournament, jumped from 21st to fifth in the standings.

Ben Crane, who resides in Westlake, Texas, dropped from 52nd to 67th. Hunter Mahan, who lives in Colleyville, Texas, fell from 12th to 14th. Austin native Bob Estes remained at 62nd. K.J. Choi, resident of Southlake, Texas, went from 95th to 98th. Martin Flores of Dallas stayed at 100th and Rod Pampling, who lives in Flower Mound, Texas, stayed at 107th.

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2012 Deutsche Bank Championship Purse: Rory McIlroy Collects $1.44 Million In Win

Rory McIlroy took a $1.44 million prize with his first-place finish at the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship, as well as an all-important 2500 points in the FedEx Cup to take over the top spot in the standings.

Louis Oosthuizen walked away with $864,000 for this second-place finish. Tiger Woods collected $544,000 for third place and became the first player in PGA Tour history to pass the $100 million career earnings mark.

Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson finished in a tie for fourth place, each earning $352,000 for the tournament.

The other top earners out of the total $8 million purse:

t-7. Adam Scott -- $258,000

t-7. Jeff Overton -- $258,000

9. Bryce Molder -- $232,000

t-10. Kevin Stadler -- $208,000

t-10. Ryan Moore -- $208,000

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Deutsche Bank Championship 2012: McIlory With The Victory As Oosthuizen Stumbles

Rory McIlroy took advantage of a fairly disappointing day by Louis Oosthuizen to take the victory at the Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston. McIlroy shot 4-under on Monday to jump the three-shot lead that Oosthuizen held heading into the final round, with the South African barely missing his final putt in an attempt to force a playoff.

McIlroy started off his day in tremendous fashion, 4-under after the front nine and holding a two-shot lead heading into the final two holes. He would stumble a bit with a bogey on 17 before recovering from a poor tee shot on 18 to salvage par. McIlroy came close to winning the tournament outright with a long putt on 18 that came to rest just centimeters outside the cup.

Tiger Woods did his best to challenge the leaders with a 5-under final round, hitting four birdies on the front nine and playing generally mistake-free golf for most of the day. Tiger had a shot at an eagle on the par-5 18th, yet pushed his putt just wide to stay two shots back of the lead.

With his third-place finish, Tiger became the first player in PGA Tour history to pass the $100 million career earnings mark.

Oosthuizen held a three-shot lead before the final round, yet a double bogey on the front nine - while McIlroy was charging up the leaderboard behind him - seemed to rattle the South African a bit. Oosthuizen would struggle in the final two holes, bogeying both 17 and 18.

The win catapulted McIlroy to the top of the FedEx Cup leaderboard, with Tiger Woods holding on to third. Oosthuizen jumped 16 spots in the standings to No. 5.

Texas native Hunter Mahan was even on the day, finishing in the top 40 on the leaderboard at 3-under on the tournament.

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Deutsche Bank Leaderboard: Rory McIlroy Takes Lead At 19-Under With Tiger Woods 3 Strokes Back

The final round of the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship is underway from TPC Boston, and it has been Rory McIlroy who has emerged with a one-stroke lead at 19-under just seven holes into his round.

McIlroy's final group playing partner Louis Oosthuizen opened the day with a seemingly-comfortable three-stroke advantage, but double bogeyed the par-4 fifth hole to tumble down the leaderboard and cough up his lead. Tiger Woods, playing in the second-to-last group with Dustin Johnson, has also made plenty of noise and remains poised to make a run in his back nine at only three shots back.

Woods birdied holes No. 4, 6 and 7 to reach 16-under par and remain on pace with McIlroy heading into a daunting final nine, as the two men will hope to hold off Oosthuizen and a late-charging Phil Mickelson (3-under through 11 holes on Sunday) to take the Deutsche Bank crown.

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2012 Deutsche Bank Championship: TV Schedule, Tee Times, Pairings For Monday

Louis Oosthuizen, the FedExCup leader, has a three-shot lead heading into the final round of the Deutsche Bank Championship, sitting at 19-under after a big 8-under 63 in the third round. He'll be paired with Rory McIlroy on Monday, who sits at 16-under after shooting 67 on Sunday.

Tiger Woods will be on the second pairing on Monday with Dustin Johnson, both sitting at 13-under and still within shot of the win with a big day in the final round.

Seung Yul-Noh, who led after the first round with a 9-under round on Friday, had a disastrous day on Sunday while shooting 75 and falling all the way to 22nd on the leaderboard.

Texas-native Hunter Mahan has been steady on the tournament and currently sits at 3-under after a 1-under 70 on Sunday.

For full leaderboard, check out Golf.com. Here are all of the tee times for the final round on Monday (CT):

6:40 am - McDowell, Graeme - Harrington, Padraig
6:49 am - Wilson, Mark - Bae, Sang-Moon
6:58 am - Byrd, Jonathan - Stallings, Scott
7:07 am - Pettersson, Carl - Na, Kevin
7:16 am - Adams, Blake - de Jonge, Brendon
7:25 am - English, Harris - Flores, Martin
7:34 am - Walker, Jimmy - Harman, Brian
7:43 am - Fowler, Rickie - Piercy, Scott
7:52 am - Henry, J.J. - Ogilvy, Geoff
8:01 am - Estes, Bob - Poulter, Ian
8:10 am - Summerhays, Daniel - McNeill, George
8:20 am - Gainey, Tommy - Day, Jason
8:30 am - Leishman, Marc - Teater, Josh
8:40 am - Castro, Roberto - Huh, John
8:50 am - Schwartzel, Charl - O'Hair, Sean
9:00 am - Cauley, Bud - Johnson, Zach
9:10 am - Kuchar, Matt - Baddeley, Aaron
9:20 am - Stanley, Kyle - Garrigus, Robert
9:30 am - Chalmers, Greg - Haas, Bill
9:40 am - Mahan, Hunter - Blixt, Jonas
9:50 am - Perez, Pat - Van Pelt, Bo
10:00 am - McGirt, William - Holmes, J.B.
10:10 am - Pride, Dicky - Wagner, Johnson
10:20 am - Potter, Jr., Ted - Singh, Vijay
10:30 am - Gillis, Tom - Els, Ernie
10:40 am - Donald, Luke - Matteson, Troy
10:50 am - Kirk, Chris - Noh, Seung-Yul
11:00 pm - Westwood, Lee - Stadler, Kevin
11:10 pm - Every, Matt - Merrick, John
11:20 pm - Bradley, Keegan - Watney, Nick
11:30 pm - Stricker, Steve - Scott, Adam
11:40 pm - Senden, John - Furyk, Jim
11:50 pm - Points, D.A. - Simpson, Webb
12:00 pm - Mickelson, Phil - Overton, Jeff
12:10 pm - Snedeker, Brandt - Hearn, David
12:20 pm - Hoffman, Charley - Dufner, Jason
12:30 pm - Molder, Bryce - Moore, Ryan
12:40 pm - Johnson, Dustin - Woods, Tiger
12:50 pm - Oosthuizen, Louis - McIlroy, Rory

The Golf Channel's coverage runs 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. CT, with NBC picking up coverage from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. CT. PGATour.com will have live streaming coverage of holes No. 11 and No. 16 from noon to 5 p.m. CT.

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2012 Deutsche Bank Championship: Louis Oosthuizen Has A 3-Shot Lead After Round 3

Louis Oosthuizen is the leader after three rounds of the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship, holding a three-stroke advantage over second-place Rory McIlroy.

Oosthuizen played a magnificent round of golf on Sunday, shooting an 8-under 63, which was tied him with Keegan Bradley for the best score of the day. Oosthuizen, a South Africa native, is at 19-under for the tournament after the solid effort, and hasn't shot worse than a 66 in any of the first three rounds.

McIlroy entered Sunday as the leader, but Oosthuizen's surge allowed him to leapfrog the Irish star, who finished at 4-under on Sunday and sits at 16-under overall. Dustin Johnson is in a tie for third place with Tiger Woods heading into the final day of the tournament, as Johnson finished Day 3 at 6-under, improving his overall score to 13-under. Woods shot a 68 for the second consecutive day after his opening-round 64. Bryce Molder and Ryan Moore round out the top five, as both Americans sit at 11-under for the tournament.

Dallas-area resident Hunter Mahan finished 1-under on Sunday, and sits in a tie for 32nd place at 3-under overall.

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Deutsche Bank Championship Leaderboard: McIlroy Surging, Mahan Stumbles

PGA Championship winner Rory McIlroy made an early morning charge and is currently tied atop the leaderboard as second round play at the Deutsche Bank Championship continues on Saturday. McIlroy is currently 11-under for the tournament and 5-under through the first 13 holes of the round.

First round leader Seung-Yul Noh is tied with McIlroy and 2-under through 16 holes after shooting a 9-under 62 on Friday. Ryan Moore, one of two playing in the same group as Noh, held the lead for a brief time and currently sits in third at 10-under.

Dallas-area resident Hunter Mahan made an early morning push before struggling through the middle part of his round. He is currently 2-over for the day and one under for the tournament.

Tiger Woods, who started the day tied for third, is set to tee off at 12:10 a.m. CT.

The Golf Channel begins its coverage at 2 p.m. CT and lasts until 5 p.m. CT. PGATour.com will have live streaming coverage of holes No. 11 and No. 16 from Noon CT to 5 p.m. CT.

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2012 Deutsche Bank Championship Second Round: TV Schedule, Tee Times, Pairings For Saturday

The second round of the Deutsche Bank Championship is underway at TPC Boston with Rory Mcllroy the sole leader at 11-under-par, 5-under on the day through nine holes. Ryan Moore is currently in second place at 10-under. He's playing in the same group as first-round leader Seung-yul Noh, who is currently at nine under overall, even through 12 holes.

Noh had a bogey-free first round and moved ahead of Tiger Woods, who led earlier in the first round. Woods made six straight birdies at one point and is tied for fifth place at 7-under.

Colleyville, Texas, resident Hunter Mahan is currently 2-under for the tournament, 1-over par for the day through nine holes.

For full leaderboard, check out Golf.com. Here are all of the afternoon tee times (CT):

Tee No. 1
11:10 a.m.: Charl Schwartzel, D.A. Points, J.J. Henry
11:22 a.m.: Ian Poulter, Kevin Na, Ben Crane
11:34 a.m.: Charlie Wi, Padraig Harrington, Geoff Ogilvy
11:46 a.m.: Luke Donald, Justin Rose, Steve Stricker
11:58 a.m.: Bubba Watson, Dustin Johnson, Carl Pettersson
12:10 p.m.: Nick Watney, Brandt Snedeker, Tiger Woods
12:22 p.m.: Sean O'Hair, Matt Every, Greg Owen
12:34 p.m.: Dicky Pride, Jonas Blixt, John Merrick

Tee No. 10
11:10 a.m.: Bob Estes, Harris English, Josh Teater
11:22 a.m.: Vijay Singh, Ken Duke, Scott Stallings
11:34 a.m.: Graham DeLaet, Jimmy Walker, William McGirt
11:46 a.m.: John Senden, Graeme McDowell, Adam Scott
11:58 a.m.: Bud Cauley, Lee Westwood, Johnson Wagner
12:10 p.m.: Webb Simpson, Louis Oosthuizen, Bo Van Pelt
12:22 p.m.: Jeff Overton, Ted Potter Jr., Aaron Baddeley
12:34 p.m.: Charley Hoffman, Blake Adams, Jason Day

The Golf Channel's coverage runs 2-5 p.m. CT. PGATour.com will have live streaming coverage of holes No. 11 and No. 16 from noon to 5 p.m. CT.

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Deutsche Bank Championship 2012 Preview: Top Five FedExCup Points Leaders Square Off In Boston

The PGA tour marches to the northeast this weekend, as second leg of the FedExCup playoffs kicks off with The Desutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston on Friday.

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