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the back nine he hit the ball that great after what he did on the front nine, but he did what he had to do.”


WOODS MADE A RUN For his part, Woods made a strong run at McIlroy with a final-round 66 but it was a little too little and a little too late. He did, however, thrill the gallery with a birdie on the final hole. The good news was that his third place finish made him the first player to win more than $100 million in his TOUR career. Woods took the long view of the state of the game heading into the final two events of the Playoffs for the FedExCup.


“I think we got some interest in the game of golf,” Woods said. “There’s a lot more youth, that’s for sure.”


Spoken like a true elder statesman—which for people of a certain age who remember watching Woods’ climb to domination in the amateur ranks as a skinny kid from southern California, hardly seems possible. ■


CHARITY LINK


Through its unique college-access programs including the Tiger Woods Learning Centers around the country and the Earl Woods Scholarship Program, the Tiger Woods Foundation is helping young people in all stages of academic life plan a real path to college and a rewarding career. Since its inception, the Deutsche Bank Championship has generated more than $24 million for the Tiger Woods Foundations programs and local New England- area charities.


FINAL STANDINGS PLAYER Rory McIlroy


Louis Oosthuizen Tiger Woods


Dustin Johnson Phil Mickelson Brandt Snedeker Jeff Overton Adam Scott Bryce Molder Ryan Moore Kevin Stadler


www.pgatour.com POS 1 2 3 4


1 2 3


T4 T4 6


T7 T7 9


T10 T10


65 65 66 65


67 67 63


64 68 68 67 68


65


68 68 68 69 70 64


71


69 69 65 69 64 68 68 71


65 69 68 68 70 69


71 66 70 66 67 68 66 71 72 66


TOTAL SCORE


264 265 266 270 270 271 272 272 273 274 274


FEDEXCUP POINTS


2,500.00 1,500.00 1,000.00 650.00 650.00 500.00 437.50 437.50 400.00 362.50 362.50


Tournament Record 262, Vijay Singh, 2008; Charley Hoffman, 2010


Tournament 18-Hole Record 61, Vijay Singh, 2006; Mike Weir, 2008 Most Victories: Vijay Singh (2)


GOLF CHANNEL • NBC


Ticket Information www.dbchampionship.com


PGA TOUR ESSENTIAL GUIDE 2013 163 Course Insight TPC BOSTON


Arnold Palmer and his design team did the original design for TPC Boston, but prior to the 2007 Deutsche Bank Championship, Rhode Island native and resident Brad Faxon, an eight- time winner on the PGA TOUR, and highly- regarded architect Gil Hanse were brought in for a renovation.


Among their widely-praised changes were new bunkers, “chocolate drop” mounds, grass bunkers,


y-praised changes were re-graded fairways and several


re-worked greens. The changes were a tip of the cap to New England’s more venerable designs like The Country Club, Wannamoisett and the Essex County Club.


“We’ve tried to get the players to think about shots and have them spend a little time trying to figure out the golf course,” said Hanse. “I believe that what we’ve done is made the golf course feel like it belongs in New England.”


It does… and it’s a welcome addition to a rich golf region.


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