Deutsche Bank Championship 2013 results: Henrik Stenson claims his 1st win of the season

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Scores went low at TPC Boston, but in the end it was Henrik Stenson atop the leaderboard.

With 34 players finishing at 10-under or better, scoring was at a premium during the Deutsche Bank Championship. A solid final round propelled Henrik Stenson to his first PGA Tour victory since 2009. He finished at 22-under, two strokes ahead of Steve Stricker.

Stenson shot a 5-under 66 on Monday, his second straight 66. By finishing at 22-under, Stenson tied the record for the lowest score in Deutsche Bank Championship history. After hitting his approach shot into a greenside bunker at No. 17, he needed an up-and-down to stay in the lead. He didn't settle for a par, however, sinking his bunker shot for a birdie to secure the victory.

In addition to locking up his first PGA Tour win since the 2009 Players Championship, Stenson also overtook Tiger Woods for the FedExCup Playoff lead. He'll now head next week's BMW Championship with a narrow lead over Woods.

Stricker shot a 67 in the final round, finishing at 20-under and two strokes behind Stenson. While he came up short of victory, Stricker jumped to No. 8 in the FedExCup standings and locked up a spot on the United States President's Cup team.

Jordan Spieth continued his impressive season and turned in the round of the day, carding a 9-under 62 to move into a tie for fourth place. Spieth shot a 1-under 72 on Sunday to drop out of contention, before vaulting right back up the leaderboard. He's now 10th in the FedExCup standings and in good position to make it all the way to the Tour Championship.

Sergio Garcia led after 36 and 54 holes, but fell out of contention quickly in the final round. He bogeyed two of his first four holes and made the turn at 3-over. He was 4-over on the round through 14 holes. Two late birdies moved him closer to even and he finished the tournament at 17-under and in a tie for fourth place.

Woods lost his FedExCup lead with a 2-over 73. He was in good position heading into the third round before shooting a 72 and a 73 to finish at 4-under. A bogey on his 18th hole of the day dropped him into a tie for 65th place and allowed Stenson to overtake the points lead.

Phil Mickelson shot his third straight 71 and finished in a tie for 41st. While he opened the tournament with an 8-under 63, he wasn't able to capitalize. He dropped three spots in the FedExCup standings and is now in sixth place. Ernie Els survived for at least another week, barely sneaking into the top 70. Els finished in a tie for 20th, jumping from 91st to 70th place.

Here is a complete look at the Deutsche Bank results and the latest FedExCup positioning.

Place FedExCup Player Score 1st round 2nd round 3rd round 4th round Total
1 1 Henrik Stenson -22 67 63 66 66 262
2 8 Steve Stricker -20 66 68 63 67 264
3 5 Graham DeLaet -18 67 68 62 69 266
T4 10 Jordan Spieth -17 67 66 72 62 267
T4 4 Matt Kuchar -17 66 66 69 66 267
T4 32 Kevin Stadler -17 64 71 64 68 267
T4 24 Sergio Garcia -17 65 64 65 73 267
8 49 Brian Davis -16 63 72 66 67 268
T9 26 Brendon de Jonge -15 69 65 69 66 269
T9 52 Ian Poulter -15 66 68 66 69 269
T9 13 Jason Dufner -15 66 66 66 71 269
T9 25 Roberto Castro -15 65 65 68 71 269
T13 12 Jason Day -14 67 67 67 69 270
T13 35 Scott Piercy -14 68 66 67 69 270
T13 18 Hunter Mahan -14 65 70 66 69 270
T16 7 Justin Rose -13 70 63 69 69 271
T16 37 Chris Kirk -13 66 71 65 69 271
T16 11 Keegan Bradley -13 69 65 67 70 271
T16 58 Marc Leishman -13 70 67 64 70 271
T20 70 Ernie Els -12 66 69 68 69 272
T20 69 Brendan Steele -12 67 67 69 69 272
T22 42 Daniel Summerhays -11 68 68 69 68 273
T22 38 John Huh -11 66 71 70 66 273
T22 29 Charl Schwartzel -11 67 68 67 71 273
T22 33 Kevin Chappell -11 68 70 64 71 273
T22 59 Nicholas Thompson -11 66 68 67 72 273
T27 28 Harris English -10 66 67 72 69 274
T27 76 Stewart Cink -10 66 69 70 69 274
T27 23 Dustin Johnson -10 68 69 68 69 274
T27 30 Lee Westwood -10 66 72 69 67 274
T27 46 Brian Gay -10 67 67 73 67 274
T27 27 Zach Johnson -10 69 72 67 66 274
T27 53 Charley Hoffman -10 70 65 66 73 274
T27 15 Jim Furyk -10 70 68 63 73 274
T35 55 Scott Stallings -9 68 69 69 69 275
T35 39 Chris Stroud -9 69 70 67 69 275
T35 82 Camilo Villegas -9 71 68 67 69 275
T35 62 David Hearn -9 68 69 67 71 275
T35 19 Boo Weekley -9 67 69 69 70 275
T35 34 Nick Watney -9 69 67 72 67 275
T41 6 Phil Mickelson -8 63 71 71 71 276
T41 14 Gary Woodland -8 72 67 66 71 276
T41 66 Bryce Molder -8 71 67 67 71 276
T41 16 Kevin Streelman -8 66 71 70 69 276
T41 73 K.J. Choi -8 67 67 68 74 276
T41 54 Luke Donald -8 71 70 67 68 276
T47 41 Rory McIlroy -7 70 71 64 72 277
T47 83 Bob Estes -7 66 69 70 72 277
T47 9 Brandt Snedeker -7 68 68 69 72 277
T47 48 Graeme McDowell -7 72 66 69 70 277
T47 84 Martin Kaymer -7 69 72 67 69 277
T47 86 Justin Leonard -7 69 70 72 66 277
T53 3 Adam Scott -6 73 66 67 72 278
T53 31 Charles Howell III -6 71 67 69 71 278
T53 44 John Merrick -6 67 69 67 75 278
T53 85 Jerry Kelly -6 66 72 70 70 278
T53 89 Bo Van Pelt -6 68 71 69 70 278
T53 20 Webb Simpson -6 73 68 67 70 278
T53 60 Rory Sabbatini -6 70 71 69 68 278
T53 50 Jonas Blixt -6 66 75 69 68 278
T53 63 Michael Thompson -6 71 70 71 66 278
T62 43 Russell Henley -5 70 70 66 73 279
T62 57 Matt Every -5 70 67 72 70 279
T62 78 Josh Teater -5 70 67 73 69 279
T65 2 Tiger Woods -4 68 67 72 73 280
T65 95 Stuart Appleby -4 74 67 68 71 280
T67 92 Brian Stuard -3 71 66 71 73 281
T67 40 Bubba Watson -3 71 69 70 71 281
T67 79 Cameron Tringale -3 73 67 71 70 281
T70 98 Pat Perez -2 68 72 66 76 282
T70 22 Billy Horschel -2 72 66 72 72 282
T70 47 Patrick Reed -2 68 72 73 69 282
T73 96 Richard H. Lee -1 69 70 68 76 283
T73 64 Jason Kokrak -1 70 71 70 72 283
75 65 Ryan Moore E 66 73 68 77 284
76 68 Angel Cabrera 4 72 67 72 77 288
CUT 67 Sang-Moon Bae 74 68 142
CUT 94 Brian Harman 73 69 142
CUT 71 Ryan Palmer 73 69 142
CUT 17 Bill Haas 71 71 142
CUT 45 Jimmy Walker 74 69 143
CUT 90 Luke Guthrie 70 73 143
CUT 100 William McGirt 69 74 143
CUT 72 Freddie Jacobson 70 73 143
CUT 61 Ken Duke 69 74 143
CUT 36 Rickie Fowler 71 73 144
CUT 80 Tim Clark 73 71 144
CUT 81 John Rollins 73 71 144
CUT 74 Martin Laird 74 70 144
CUT 21 D.A. Points 69 75 144
CUT 91 Robert Garrigus 67 77 144
CUT 77 Kyle Stanley 71 74 145
CUT 87 Martin Flores 73 72 145
CUT 51 Matt Jones 72 74 146
CUT 97 Greg Chalmers 71 75 146
CUT 99 Erik Compton 75 71 146
CUT 75 David Lingmerth 75 72 147
CUT 56 David Lynn 71 76 147
CUT 88 Scott Brown 72 75 147
CUT 93 Derek Ernst 72 80 152

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