How it happened: McIlroy wins, Tiger shoots 66

Tiger Woods hits the ball on the fifth hole during the final round of the Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston.

Tiger Woods hits the ball on the fifth hole during the final round of the Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston.

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NORTON, Mass. -- Tiger Woods gave TPC Boston a look at vintage Tiger on Sunday, as Woods made a mid-round run with a 4-under 32 on his front nine, but could only manage one birdie on the back nine in carding a 5-under 66 on Monday.

Woods finished two back of champion Rory McIlroy, who parred the par-5 18th to hold off Louis Oosthuizen by a stroke and Woods by two shots.

See how it all unfolded.

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Rory McIlroy polishes off Deutsche Bank victory

Rory McIlroy hit a 3-wood through the fairway into the rough, layed up and then hit a beautiful approach to about 20 feet at the par-5 18th, where he'd leave his birdie putt on the lip and tap in for par. Louis Oosthuizen hit a great drive, but sent his second shot right of the green and had to hit a chip shot to about 10 feet to the left of the hole, leaving a birdie attempt to try and send it to a playoff. He missed high and gave McIlroy his third victory of the season.

McIlroy fired a 4-under 67 to secure the victory.

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No. 18, par 5, 530 yards

Tiger has little chance to catch McIlroy or Oosthuizen, but an eagle here would at least give the frontrunners some food for thought.

Off the tee: Tiger takes fairway wood and hammers it up the left side of the fairway. He'll be able to give it a go in two.

Second shot: With just over 205 yards left into the green, Tiger hits 5-iron and nails the green, leaving himself 23 feet to the left for eagle.

On the green: Tiger doesn't leave it short, but it runs about 4 feet past, likely ending his tournament. He does make his first birdie of the back nine to card a 5-under 66.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 5 under (18 under for tournament)

Oosthuizen-McIlroy pairing: McIlroy makes a mess of this hole, finding the rough off the tee, yanking his second shot left of a greenside bunker, flying his third shot over the green, hitting his fourth shot to about 5 feet and drains the bogey putt to fall back to 20 under. Oosthuizen doesn't take advantage, also picking up bogey to fall back to 19 under.

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No. 17, par 4, 421 yards

From our Bradley S. Klein on No. 17: This is an absolutely ingenious hole, and if a bit confounding to view from the air, it’s simply mesmerizing to play and evokes memories of another famous dogleg-left 17th that Hanse has reworked, that of The Country Club in Brookline.

Off the tee: Tiger hits another fairway here with less-than-driver. Good position to attack the pin.

Approach shot: Tiger hits a beautiful shot into the green, leaving himself 6 feet from under the hole.

On the green: Tiger never gets this one on line and misses a prime birdie opportunity, settling for a par.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 4 under (17 under for tournament)

Oosthuizen-McIlroy pairing: Both players hit the par-3 16th green in regulation, and both two-putt for par. McIlroy stays at 21 under, with Oosthuizen one back.

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No. 16, par 3, 161 yards

From our Bradley S. Klein on No. 16: There is a lot of box-seat, stadium-style viewing here around this petite par 3 over water to one of the smallest greens on the course. Sometimes under pressure, half shots are the hardest to pull off, especially when a slight pull brings water into play, which is the case here when the flag sits on the top-left shelf.

Off the tee: Tiger needs to find something special over the last three holes, as he has to assume that McIlroy will not fall backward. With 8-iron in hand, Tiger isn't happy with this tee ball, hitting the green, but will have 60 feet for birdie.

On the green: Tiger hits a great putt with perfect pace, leaving it about 2 feet beyond the hole. He knocks that in for par. Tiger has no birdies over his last seven holes.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 4 under (17 under for tournament)

Oosthuizen-McIlroy pairing: McIlroy pops up his tee shot and manages to save par at No. 15, while Oosthuizen drains a birdie putt to get to 20 under, now only one shot behind the Northern Irishman.

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No. 15, par 4, 421 yards

From our Bradley S. Klein on No. 15: The trick is to draw the player into the tightest corner of the fairway, deep on the left side, for a perfect angle and view into the green with a short iron – at the risk of running aground amidst sand off the tee.

Off the tee: No need for driver here, so he takes fairway wood and smashes it up the left side of the fairway and he'll have less than 130 yards into the green.

Approach shot: Tiger comes up just short of the putting surface, but can putt from the fringe from about 20 feet.

Around the green: Tiger hits the lip on his chip, falling to his knees because he thought he had it. Just a bit too much pace to fall to the right. Has 3 feet left for par.

On the green: Tiger puts in his par putt, and now needs to birdie out to realistically have a shot at the title.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 4 under (17 under for tournament)

Oosthuizen-McIlroy pairing: McIlroy finds the rough off the tee, a greenside bunker with his second, hits his sand shot to about 6 feet above the hole and drains it for par to remain at 21 under. Huge save. Meanwhile, Oosthuizen two-putts for a par to stay at 19 under.

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No. 14, par 4, 495 yards

From our Bradley S. Klein on No. 14: The idea here is pretty simple on this long, graceful left-turning hole. Just hit the left side of the fairway for an ideal line with a middle iron in to the green. Tug it a bit and the ball will wind up in a nightmarish pile of rocks, mounds and deep fescue.

Off the tee: Tiger rips a driver up the left side, and it runs into the intermediate cut of the rough.

Approach shot: Tiger judges this shot poorly, hitting the green but will have more than 70 feet to the hole in the back left.

On the green: Perfect pace on this one and he gets it pin-high and about 3 feet to the right with his birdie attempt. He makes the par putt.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 4 under (17 under for tournament)

Oosthuizen-McIlroy pairing: McIlroy plays a clean hole at the 13th, hitting the fairway, the green and two-putting for par to stay at 21 under. Oosthuizen birdies the hole to get to 19 under.

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No. 13, par 4, 451 yards

From our Bradley S. Klein on No. 13: A hole that looks tougher from the tee than it plays for these guys. Of course, it helps if you regularly carry your drive more than 260 yards, which they all do. Once carried, the more ominous left side, with heavy grass and rocks scattered randomly throughout the rough, gives way to a favorable fairway line to the green on this dogleg-right hole.

Off the tee: Tiger takes driver here and sets up to hit his cut, giving his club a twirl and the ball finds the left side of the fairway. Big drive there.

Approach shot: With only 145 yards into the far right pin location, Tiger gets a bit too cute with this shot, finding the rough to the right of the hole. Tricky chip upcoming.

Around the green: With about 30 feet to the cup, Tiger hits a nice chip to about 5 feet under the hole.

On the green: Tiger rattles this one home for par, with the ball barely getting in on the right edge.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 4 under (17 under for tournament)

Oosthuizen-McIlroy pairing: McIlroy might have just put away the tournament, draining a 15-footer at No. 12 to move to 21 under, three clear of Oosthuizen, who pars the 12th.

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No. 12, par 4, 461 yards

From our Bradley S. Klein on No. 12: The only unbunkered hole on the course, with a drive across a tawny grassed slope that helps propel the ball sharply to the left. This is one of those holes where you have to reverse yourself: a right-to-left drive followed by a left-to-right approach into a green protected by a rock-strewn hill.

Off the tee: Tiger takes 3-wood here and just rips a stinger up the middle of the fairway, with the ball running at least 75 yards. It settled 297 yards down the fairway.

Approach shot: Tiger has three pars on No. 12 through the first three rounds, but he'll have a great look at birdie, landing his second shot about 12 feet to the left of the hole.

On the green: Tiger hits a nice putt here, but it misses just right and he taps in for a par. He looks to the sky after, he knows that one could have been huge.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 4 under (17 under for tournament)

Oosthuizen-McIlroy pairing: McIlroy hits the green, but has to put all the way across it for birdie (about 80 feet), missing the birdie and tapping in for par to stay at 20 under. Oosthuizen does the same to remain at 18 under.

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No. 11, par 3, 231 yards

From our Bradley S. Klein on No. 11: Steeping onto this tee is like going from Motel 6 to the Grand Hotel. Wow! It's dramatic in the extreme, thanks to a green sitting 20 feet above the tee, protected by a massive rift of sand that makes going for the right side (if the hole is cut there) pretty scary.

Off the tee: There was a long back-up on the 11th tee, causing Tiger and Johnson to sit and wait for more than 10 minutes. Tiger takes 3-iron at the long par 3 and just hammers it through the green, coming to rest in the rough at the back. Downhill chip ahead. McIlroy and Oosthuizen are able to watch because of the back-up on the tee box. Charley Hoffman made a quadruple-bogey, which backed up play.

Around the green: With about 40 feet to the hole, Tiger plays a nice chip shot to about 4 feet to the left of the hole. Can't afford to drop any shots going in.

On the green: Tiger is now 51-of-51 inside 6 feet for the week, draining this par putt. Nice save.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 4 under (17 under for tournament)

Oosthuizen-McIlroy pairing: Oosthuizen hits a poor second shot into the 10th green, but almost gets a long birdie try to fall, but settles for another par to stay at 18 under. McIlroy also two-putts for par to remain at 20 under.

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No. 10, par 4, 425 yards

Tiger moves to the 10th hole after a 4-under 32 on the front side that didn't include birdies at the easy Nos. 1 and 2. He'll enter the final nine holes three back of Rory McIlroy.

Off the tee: Tiger hits another fairway, this time with a fairway wood. In a zone right now, looking comfortable with all parts of his game. He'll have just over 150 yards into the green.

Approach shot: Tiger launches it into the atmosphere here and lands it about 25 feet to the right of the flag. Not his best effort, but still is putting for birdie. He wasn't happy with the outcome after his nice tee ball.

On the green: Tiger doesn't hit it quite firm enough and settles for a two-putt par, leaving his birdie putt about 9 inches short. He wanted that one, slapping his putter after.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 4 under (17 under for tournament)

Oosthuizen-McIlroy pairing: Rory McIlroy hits the green in regulation at No. 9, but leaves himself well over 30 feet for birdie and two-putts for a par to stay at 20 under. Oosthuizen also two-putts to stay at 18 under.

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No. 9, par 4, 472 yards

Tiger has two pars and a bogey at the 9th hole, but could use a birdie here to make the turn one shot closer to McIlroy.

Off the tee: Tiger takes 3-wood here and smashes it down the middle of the fairway. A little twirl with the club too. His body language looks very good right now.

Approach shot: From just over 170 yards, Tiger hits a beautiful cut shot into the pin on the right and he'll have 8 feet for birdie. A slick putt upcoming.

On the green: Tiger buries another one and has moved to 17 under, three back of McIlroy.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 3 under (17 under for tournament)

Oosthuizen-McIlroy pairing: Both players hit the green at the par-3 8th hole, with Oosthuizen two-putting for par to stay at 18 under, while McIlroy buries his 15-footer to move to 20 under.

Elsewhere on the course: Phil Mickelson is 3 under on his round and moves to 12 under overall, currently T-6.

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No. 8, par 3, 213 yards

From our Bradley S. Klein on No. 8: A lovely not-so-little platform green with a run-up ramp on the far side of a marsh, with bunkers set at 4 o’clock and 7 o’clock and a hollow around the back. It’s very much in the style of Seth Raynor and makes for a simple but effective presentation.

Off the tee: There is some serious buzz going around the course, with Tiger making his move and McIlroy holding strong at 19 under. With 7-iron, Tiger doesn't like the tee ball immediately, as it lands in the left rough and he'll have a short chip to the hole.

Around the green: Tiger gets a good lie in the rough and lifts it up, but the pace of the green takes it about 5 feet past the hole.

On the green: Tiger buries the par putt to stay at 16 under, three off the lead.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 3 under (16 under for tournament)

Oosthuizen-McIlroy pairing: Oosthuizen picks up a par at the par-5 7th hole, three-putting from just off the green. McIlroy two-putts after a chunked second shot, so he stays at 19 under, one shot ahead of Oosthuizen.

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No. 7, par 5, 600 yards

That is two birdies in three holes for Tiger, with Oosthuizen and McIlroy both falling back to 18 under.

Off the tee: Tiger birdied No. 7 yesterday and he hammers a drive up the left side of the fairway to the tune of 330 yards. He'll have 250 yards into the green.

Second shot: Tiger uses fairway wood and pushes it a bit right, where he'll have a 30-yard chip to the hole.

Around the green: Tiger nearly holes out the eagle chip, with Tiger even giving it a bit of run, hoping it'd fall. It settles less than 2 feet from the cup.

On the green: Tap-in birdie for Tiger. That's three birdies in four holes, and the crowd is getting revved up.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 3 under (16 under for tournament)

Oosthuizen-McIlroy pairing: Louis Oosthuizen finds a fairway bunker off the tee, but plays a nice second shot and two-putts for par to stay at 18 under, while McIlroy birdies after a beautiful approach shot and is back at 19 under.

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No. 6, par 4, 465 yards

From Bradley S. Klein on No. 6: Straightaway, and perhaps the least compelling hole on the layout, defined only by a green tipped right-to-left toward a pond and with a very tough hole location in the front left.

Off the tee: Tiger takes out driver and rips it up the left side of the fairway and he'll have less than 135 yards into the green.

Approach shot: Tiger takes a chance with the water fronting the front left pin, and it pays off, hitting it to about 10 feet behind the hole.

On the green: And Tiger gets this putt to go, giving his club a little flip as it rolled in. He is now three back of the leaders.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 2 under (15 under for tournament)

Oosthuizen-McIlroy pairing: Louis Oosthuizen finds the woods on the left and has to drop, hitting his third from the rough at No. 5. McIlroy finds the right rough and has to chip out to the fairway, and then hits his third into the green, losing his club in the process. He leaves himself about 30 feet for par. Oosthuizen hits his fourth to about 15 feet under the hole. McIlroy hits a nice par putt, coming up 2 feet short and he saves bogey to fall back to 18 under. Oosthuizen also two-putts, but his is a double-bogey and he falls back to 18 under.

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No. 5, par 4, 466 yards

From our Bradley S. Klein on No. 5: Here and throughout the course, the width and angles of play effectively mask the relative absence of elevation change of site. The drive must carry 260 yards over a well-placed fairway bunker right center that defines the ideal line of approach.

Off the tee: The first "Fore!" of the day, as Tiger sends his drive to the right, just coming late out of his swing. Very frustrated after that ball.

Approach shot: Playing the toughest hole, Tiger is able to muscle the ball onto the green and it is nearly great, but doesn't get over the last ridge in the green and he'll have 25 feet for birdie.

On the green: Tiger burns the edge on this one, tapping in for a two-putt par. After the tee ball, that is a good outcome.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 1 under (14 under for tournament)

Oosthuizen-McIlroy pairing: McIlroy finds the same greenside bunker as Tiger at No. 4, but nearly holes out for eagle, hitting the hole and running about 4 feet past, which he makes for his third consecutive birdie to get to 19 under. Oosthuizen goes well right off the tee and chips to about 25 feet out, but buries the birdie putt to get to 20 under.

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No. 4, par 4, 298 yards

From our Bradley S. Klein on No. 4: Anyone familiar with Merion Golf Club’s sweet little par-4 10th hole will recognize this short par 4 as the mirror image of it – with a little more elevation into the green. It’s the perfect short, drivable par 4: it makes you think, and there’s trouble via a bunker or scrubby native wildflower.

Off the tee: Using fairway wood, Tiger finds the greenside bunker on the left side of the green and should have an easy sand shot.

Around the green: Tiger plays a nice bunker shot to the right of the hole and he'll have about 10 feet for birdie.

On the green: Facing a must-make, he drains it for a birdie. First one at the drivable par 4 since Friday. Johnson pars after finding the right rough off the tee.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 1 under (14 under for tournament)

Oosthuizen-McIlroy pairing: McIlroy hits a fantastic tee ball to about 10 feet past the hole at No. 3, while Oosthuizen plays it safe to the middle of the green. Oosthuizen two-putts for par, while McIlroy rolls in his birdie putt to get to 18 under, and is now one off the lead.

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No. 3, par 3, 208 yards

From our Bradley S. Klein on No. 3: A lovely, slightly uphill par 3 to a diagonal green wrapped around a sprawling front-right bunker.

Off the tee: With the pin tucked on the right, just over a greenside bunker, Tiger hits a fantastic cut into the hole, leaving himself about 8 feet from under the hole for birdie. Johnson finds the rough and will have a tough up-and-down.

On the green: Tiger can't convert on his putt, hitting through the break and hitting the right edge. A tap-in for par. Johnson does get up-and-down to stay at 14 under.

TIGER ON THE DAY: Even (13 under for tournament)

Oosthuizen-McIlroy pairing: Rory McIlroy hits a 327-yard bomb off the tee at No. 2, finds the left of the green with his second and two-putts for birdie to get to 17 under. Oosthuizen finds a fairway bunker, lays up, hits a poor wedge into the green and two-putts for par to stay at 19 under.

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No. 2, par 5, 542 yards

From our Bradley S. Klein on No. 2: One reason the Tour pros like this course is because it occasionally gives them a chance to bomb away and gain an advantage. All it takes off the tee here is to favor the left side, ideally with a fade, to get it beyond a diagonal array of two key bunkers on the right, 270-310 yards out.

Off the tee: After watching Dustin Johnson bombing one down the middle, Tiger hits a fantastic cut up the left side of the fairway and he'll be able to get after this green in two.

Second shot: With 235 yards left to the back-right hole location, Tiger tries to hit a big cut, but pulls it into a greenside bunker and will have a long bunker shot. Johnson joins him in the bunker.

Around the green: Tiger has to play way out to the right and will be facing a long birdie putt of more than 40 feet. That bunker is penal with this hole location, although Johnson goes after it and gets it to about 10 feet.

On the green: Tiger has to be careful here, hitting up a tier. He leaves it about 3 feet short, which was the smart play. He slides that in for a par. Not the start he was looking for, but hasn't given anything back. Johnson does get his birdie putt to drop to get to 14 under, five back of Oosthuizen.

TIGER ON THE DAY: Even (13 under for tournament)

Oosthuizen-McIlroy pairing: Louis Oosthuizen (19 under) hits the fairway, plays a subpar second into the green and two-putts from 30 feet for par. McIlroy (16 under) finds the rough off the tee, hits a nice shot to 25 feet and two-putts for a par as well.

Elsewhere on the course: Ryan Moore has started birdie-birdie to get to 12 under, but still seven shots back of the leader.

• • •

No. 1, par 4, 365 yards

Tiger Woods is wearing his typical black slacks, red shirt and black hat. The stands were packed at the driving range, taking in Tiger's entire warm-up session.

Off the tee: With less-than-driver, Tiger hammers it up the left side of the fairway, about 10 yards past Dustin Johnson.

Approach shot: With a hair under 100 yards left into the green and the pin tucked on the left, Tiger takes wedge and leaves it about 15 feet under the hole. An uphill putt upcoming.

On the green: Tiger doesn't give his birdie attempt enough pace and he taps in for a par. So does Dustin Johnson.

TIGER ON THE DAY: Even (13 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: The scores haven't been all that low at TPC Boston thus far on Monday, with Padraig Harrington's 4-under 67 the best thus far.

• • •

THIRD-ROUND COVERAGE

With 63, Louis Oosthuizen shows shades of his Open victory

Louis Oosthuizen poured in birdie after birdie on Sunday, taking a one-shot deficit at the outset of the day to a three-hole cushion heading into Monday's final round at TPC Boston. Story.

• • •

FedEx Cup: Fourth-round tee times at Deutsche Bank Championship

A look at the fourth-round tee times and pairings at the Deutsche Bank Championship in Norton, Mass. Tee times.

• • •

Brandt Snedeker, Dustin Johnson deserve Love’s Ryder Cup affection

With Steve Stricker and Jim Furyk near locks for the U.S. Ryder Cup team, our Jeff Babineau says that Brandt Snedeker and Dustin Johnson have earned the final two spots. Story.

• • •

How it happened: Oosthuizen's seven consecutive birdies

Louis Oosthuizen used seven consecutive birdies – four of which came on putts longer than 20 feet – to take control of the Deutsche Bank Championship and have us thinking about 59. Story.

• • •

Tracker: Woods fires 3-under 68, six shots back of Oosthuizen

Tiger Woods fired a solid 3-under 68 on Saturday, but will start Monday's final round six shots back of Louis Oosthuizen. See how it happened.

• • •

No. 2 Luke Donald issues apology to architect Gil Hanse

Luke Donald’s third round at the Deutsche Bank Championship ended with yet another birdieless finish at 18 – followed by a stand-up apology to architect Gil Hanse for a Twitter post. Story.

• • •

Keegan Bradley takes advantage of his second chance at DBC

Caddie Steve "Pepsi" Hale and his boss Keegan Bradley didn't think they'd be seeing anymore of TPC Boston this week. After the cutline dropped back, Bradley took advantage with an 8-under 63. Story.

• • •

SECOND-ROUND COVERAGE

How it happened: Tiger fires 68, two shots back of Rory McIlroy

It wasn't as pretty or as loud as his 7-under 64 on Friday, but Tiger Woods' 3-under 68 on Saturday has him two shots back of Rory McIlroy heading into the final two rounds. Tracker.

• • •

FedEx Cup: Third-round tee times at Deutsche Bank

A look at the tee times for Sunday's third round at the Deutsche Bank Championship, the second of four FedEx Cup playoff events. Tee times.

• • •

Notebook: Padraig Harrington lives to see the weekend

Notebook: Padraig Harrington knew what he needed on the 18th hole and went out and got it, likely securing his spot at the BMW Championship. Story.

• • •

Plenty of FedEx Cup playoff drama for Sean O’Hair, Ben Crane

Sean O'Hair needed eagle to make the weekend. He got it. Ben Crane needed a simple par. He didn't get it. Such is life in the race for the FedEx Cup. Story.

• • •

Schwartzel fights back from injuries into contention at DBC

Charl Schwartzel has had to fight through numerous injuries to get to the Deutsche Bank Championship, and his 68-65 start gives him confidence he is headed in the right direction. Story.

• • •

Woods is two back of McIlroy despite problems with putter

Tiger Woods had plenty of looks on Saturday, but he needed 30 putts to post a 3-under 68 and stay two shots off the Deutsche Bank lead. Story.

• • •

Bradley and McIlroy show off differing views of TPC Boston

Local favorite Keegan Bradley couldn't believe he struggled to a 2-over finish, while Rory McIlroy glided around the course to the tune of 12 under. Story.

• • •

FIRST-ROUND COVERAGE

Notes: Seung-Yul Noh holds first PGA Tour lead of his career

Sean Foley's students had a nice day on Friday, with Tiger Woods first posting a 7-under 64, only to be outdone by Korean Seung-Yul Noh's 9-under 62. Notebook.

• • •

Overton gets his putter going as he fights for his FedEx Cup life

Jeff Overton has experienced an exasperating 2012 season, but a 7-under 64 behind better putting on Friday might be just what he needed for the FedEx Cup race. Story.

• • •

Tiger Woods' 64 reminds the world of what he can still do

Tiger Woods once was unbeatable. But in recent years, he has become mortal but still shows flashes of brilliance that separate him from everyone. Friday was one of those days. Story.

• • •

How it happened: Tiger Woods fires 7-under 64

Tiger Woods fired a 7-under 64 - including six consecutive birdies - to end the round tied for the early lead at the Deutsche Bank Championship. See how it happened.

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PRE-TOURNAMENT COVERAGE

TPC Boston's 18th green becomes a newer, tougher closing hole

Webb Simpson won the Deutsche Bank Championship with his work on the 18th green in 2011. He barely even recognized the green when practicing on it on Thursday. Story.

• • •

FedEx Playoffs: First-round tee times at Deutsche Bank

A look at the tee times for Friday's first round at the Deutsche Bank Championship, the second of four FedEx Cup playoff events. Tee times.

• • •

Deutsche Bank: Klein's hole-by-hole analysis of TPC Boston

No course on the PGA Tour during the past decade has transformed itself more convincingly than TPC Boston. Story.

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Fantasy Tip Sheet: Dufner, Snedeker are favorites in Boston

The field at the Deutsche Bank Championship is chock full of stars, but our panel thinks it will come down to Jason Dufner and Brandt Snedeker. Predictions.

• • •

Notes: Padraig Harrington 'can't argue' with Ryder Cup picks

Padraig Harrington wanted to make the Ryder Cup, but handled his fate with class, even talking up the struggling Martin Kaymer. Notebook

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