Deutsche Bank Championship: Rory McIlroy Takes Home The Win

Rory McIlroy edges out Louis Oosthuizen to win the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship.

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No Question: Rory McIlroy Should Be Player Of The Year

Rory McIlroy's victory Monday at the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship likely also made him a lock for Player of the Year honors.

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Tiger Woods Becomes Golf’s First $100 Million Man

Tiger Woods is really, really wealthy.

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Keegan Bradley Uses Home Field Advantage At Deutsche Bank Championship

Keegan Bradley makes the most of his second chance at the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship.

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

Louis Oosthuizen will be looking to hold onto his three-stroke lead Monday at the Deutsche Bank Championship begins its final round on Labor Day. Oosthuizen is beginning the day at -19 after taking the lead from Rory McIlory (-16) with Sunday's record-setting eight-under round.

Oosthuizen and McIlroy will be the day's final pairing, teeing off at 1:50 p.m. EST with Graeme McDowell and Padraig Harrington getting the party started at 7:40 a.m. EST.

Tiger Woods and Dustin Johnson are both tied for third at -13. The duo of Americans have the second-to-last pairing at 1:40 p.m. EST as they look to get back into the thick of things.

Here's the full pairings for the final round of the Deutsche Bank Championship (all EST):

7:40 am - Graeme McDowell and Padraig Harrington
7:49 am - Mark Wilson and Sang-Moon Bae
7:58 am - Jonathan Byrd and Scott Stallings
8:07 am - Carl Pettersson and Kevin Na
8:16 am - Blake Adams and Brendon de Jonge
8:25 am - Harris English and Martin Flores
8:34 am - Jimmy Walker and Brian Harman
8:43 am - Rickie Fowler and Scott Piercy
8:52 am - J.J. Henry and Geoff Ogilvy
9:01 am - Bob Estes and Ian Poulter
9:10 am - Daniel Summerhays and George McNeill
9:20 am - Tommy Gainey and Jason Day
9:30 am - Marc Leishman and Josh Teater
9:40 am - Roberto Castro and John Huh
9:50 am - Charl Schwartzel and Sean O'Hair
10:00 am - Bud Cauley and Zach Johnson
10:10 am - Matt Kuchar and Aaron Baddeley
10:20 am - Kyle Stanley and Robert Garrigus
10:30 am - Greg Chalmers and Bill Haas
10:40 am - Hunter Mahan and Jonas Blixt
10:50 am - Pat Perez and Bo Van Pelt
11:00 am - William McGirt and J.B. Holmes
11:10 am - Dicky Pride and Johnson Wagner
11:20 am - Ted Potter and Jr. Vijay Singh
11:30 am - Tom Gillis and Ernie Els
11:40 am - Luke Donald and Troy Matteson
11:50 am - Chris Kirk and Seung-Yul Noh
12:00 pm - Lee Westwood and Kevin Stadler
12:10 pm - Matt Every and John Merrick
12:20 pm - Keegan Bradley and Nick Watney
12:30 pm - Steve Stricker and Adam Scott
12:40 pm - John Senden and Jim Furyk
12:50 pm - D.A. Points and Webb Simpson
1:00 pm - Phil Mickelson and Jeff Overton
1:10 pm - Brandt Snedeker and David Hearn
1:20 pm - Charley Hoffman and Jason Dufner
1:30 pm - Bryce Molder and Ryan Moore
1:40 pm - Dustin Johnson and Tiger Woods
1:50 pm - Louis Oosthuizen and Rory McIlroy

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A Tale Of Two Flatsticks: Tiger Woods Blames Putter, Rory McIlroy Rides His To Deutsche Bank Lead

Rory McIlroy is the master of his putting domain. Tiger Woods, less so.

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Deutsche Bank Leaderboard: Rory McIlroy Remains On Top After Round 2

Louis Oosthuizen made it interesting but ultimately couldn't make up any more ground on his final five holes, leaving Rory McIlroy as the lone leader at 12-under following Round 2 of the Deutsche Bank Championship.

McIlroy seemed dialed in throughout, establishing an early lead with his strong morning round of 6-under. McIlory had an eagle on one par-five to go along with six birdies on the day, setting the pace for the rest of the field in the process.

Oosthuizen shot a 6-under as well but still remains one stroke back of McIlroy heading into Sunday. The rest of the contenders include two Americans, Ryan Moore and Tiger Woods, sitting at 10-under, along with Seung-Yul Noh (9-under), who failed to build on his impressive Friday by settling for an even score on the day.

Sunday will be monumental with the tournament ending on Labor Day. If Woods can improve his putting, it's possible that we could be treated to another epic duel with McIlory.

For news and updates throughout the holiday weekend at TPC Boston, stay with this StoryStream. For all your FedEx Cup and Ryder Cup news, visit SB Nation's golf hub.

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Deutsche Bank Championship 2012: Rory McIlroy's Lead Holds But Louis Oosthuizen Surging

Sitting at 12-under at the end of his day, Rory McIlroy still remains on top of the leaderboard at the Deutsche Bank Championship but Louis Oosthuizen of South Africa has been flying up the standings, shooting 6-under through his first 16 holes.

Oosthuizen has five birdies on the day but his most impressive work came just a few holes ago in which he eagled the par-four fourth. He's currently just one off the lead at 11-under and will look to make up more ground on the eighth and ninth.

In third place sits two Americans at 10-under: Ryan Moore and Tiger Woods. Moore's day is finished but shooting 1-over on his final nine holes limited him from climbing further up the leaderboard. Woods has completed 17 holes, sinking birdies on the 14th and 17th to put him back in the thick of things.

For news and updates throughout the holiday weekend at TPC Boston, stay with this StoryStream. For all your FedEx Cup and Ryder Cup news, visit SB Nation's golf hub.

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Deutsche Bank Championship 2012: Seung-Yul Noh Leads After First Round, Tiger Woods Close Behind

Seung-Yul Noh birdied his last two holes for a 9-under 62, giving him a record pace and a one-stroke lead after the first round of the Deutsche Bank Championship.

The 21-year-old South Korean has nine birdies and nine pars on Day 1, but there are still four golfers within two strokes of the lead as the tournament heads into Saturday.

One of those narrowly trailing golfers is Tiger Woods, who had six consecutive birdies for his best opening round in three years. Woods shot a 64 and trails by two strokes after putting on a short-game clinic. Chris Kirk is in second after making a 12-footer on the final hole to hold onto his 63.

Last week's Barclays winner, Nick Watney, shot a disappointing 71 and is tied for 74th after the first round. For a complete leaderboard listing of the Deutsche Bank Championship, click here.

For more information on the PGA Tour and the FedEx Cup, check out SB Nation's official Golf hub.

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Tiger Woods Rubs Salt In The Wounds Of Patriots Fans

Tiger Woods chooses a painful analogy (if you're a Patriots fan) to explain the FedEx Cup "playoff" system.

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Rory McIlroy Has No Designs On Jack Nicklaus' Major Championship Record

Rory McIlroy has two major championships and that's just fine with him -- for now.

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Tiger Woods Says Yani Tseng Will Rebound

Tiger Woods believes Yani Tseng will bounce back from her current playing woes. As for his back, Woods says he's rested and ready to tackle the Deutsche Bank Championship.

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Healthy Tiger Woods Headlines Deutsche Bank Championship

Tiger Woods says his back is good to go, so he'll go out and try to win his second Deutsche Bank Championship title this week.

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