Henrik Stenson continues his strong play, staying on top of the leaderboard at the 2013 Deutsche Bank Championship while Sergio Garcia continues to fall. After a 63 on Saturday, Stenson has shot 3-under through eight holes in the fourth round of play. Play has been delayed due to inclement weather.
American Jordan Spieth was a fast riser as well. He shot a tournament-best 62 in Round 4, bringing him up to a tie for second place on the leaderboard at 17-under. Spieth shares the spot with four other players -- Steve Stricker, Jason Dufner, Roberto Castro and Garcia. Garcia, who once held the lead with Stenson, has bogeyed three times on the day and stands at 2-over in the round. Of the five players tied for second, Garcia has the most holes to play, with 11. Stricker, Dufner and Castro each have 10 more, while Spieth is finished with the round.
Tiger Woods is tied for 59th in the tournament and is 1-over through 13 holes in Round 4. He stands at 5-under on the tournament. Adam Scott has not fared much better, tying for 46th with 7-under on the tournament. He has shot even-par on the day. Phil Mickelson is tied for 37th at 8-under par, and also shot even on the day.
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