2012 Deutsche Bank Championship: Rory McIlroy Takes Title With Final-Round 67

Rory McIlroy came from three strokes back to win the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship on Monday.

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Deutsche Bank Championship 2012 Purse: Rory McIlroy's Title Earns Him $1.44 Million

Rory McIlroy has won the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston, and he was rewarded handsomely for his victory on Monday. The 23-year-old from Northern Ireland takes home $1.44 million after coming back from three strokes down to start the day. Louis Oosthuizen, who started the day on top, lost a nice chunk of change with his final-round stumble. Still, the South African won't go home anywhere close to empty-handed, with an $864,000 payday.

Tiger Woods, one of the highest earning athletes in the world thanks to his Nike endorsement, finished in third and gets $544,000 for his efforts. With this money, Woods is the first PGA Tour golfer to amass over $100 million in career earnings.

Phil Mickelson finished in a fourth-place tie with Dustin Johnson. Each will receive $352,000 for the weekend's work. The winnings for the rest of the top ten are as follows:

6. Brandt Snedeker -- $288,000

t-7. Adam Scott -- $258,000

t-7. Jeff Overton -- $258,000

9. Bryce Molder -- $232,000

t-10. Kevin Stadler -- $208,000

t-10. Ryan Moore -- $208,000

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2012 Deutsche Bank Championship Results: Rory McIlroy Comes Out On Top

Rory McIlroy has come back to win the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship in Boston with a final-round 67. He finished 20-under for the weekend, one stroke ahead of second-place Louis Oosthuizen.

Oosthuizen came into the final day with a three-stroke lead, but his Monday took an unfortunate turn with a double bogey on the fifth hole. McIlroy would go on to tie Oosthuizen with a birdie on the sixth hole, then take the lead on the eighth with another birdie. McIlroy would not surrender the lead after that.

Tiger Woods finished 18-under and in third place after a 66 in the final round. He came out hot, with four birdies on the front nine. For the day he finished with no bogeys and five birdies to put himself in contention towards the end.

Phil Mickelson also went 5-under on the final day to rise from ninth to a tie for fourth. Mickelson finished strong with 3-under over the back-nine and a birdie on 18.

Ryan Moore came through with the best showing for the Pacific Northwest. The Tacoma native struggled on the back-nine, with three bogeys and a double bogey before getting back on track to birdie the last two holes and finish 10-under for the weekend in 10th.

Kyle Stanley, a native of Gig Harbor, shot an even 71 on Monday, leaving him at 2-under for the tournament in a tie for 42nd place.

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

Louis Oosthuizen (-19) captured the lead Sunday at the Deutsche Bank Championship with a record-breaking eight-under performance and will now look to hold on to his three-stroke advantage with only one round left to play.

Rory McIlroy is his most legitimate threat, sitting at -16, and the two will be the day's final pairing at 1:50 p.m. EST.

Tiger Woods and Dustin Johnson (both -13) are tied for third. They'll be the tournament's second-to-last pairing at 1:40 p.m. EST.

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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2012 Deutsche Bank Championship: Louis Oosthuizen Separates Himself From Pack With Electrifying Third Round

South Africa's Louis Oosthuizen was in the zone Sunday, stringing together seven straight birdies to jump out to a three-shot lead with only one round to play at the Deutsche Bank Championship.

Oosthuizen's incredible streak included going 19 consecutive holes without missing a green. He ended the par-5 18th with a birdie as well that gave him an 8-under 63 on the day. His total score of -19 is a new record through the first 54 holes of play.

Rory McIlroy was solid in his own right but the 23-year-old golfer's 4-under round wasn't enough to keep up with the sweet swinging Oosthuizen.

Dustin Johnson remains in striking distance, tied in third place with Tigers Woods at -13 under. Sunday marked Woods second straight round of 68.

The final round begins early Monday morning. For a complete listing of the leaderboard, visit the PGA's website.

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Deutsche Bank Championship Leaderboard: Tiger Woods In Third After Day 2

Tiger Woods finds himself near the top of the leaderboard again after the second round of the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston. Woods shot a 68 on Saturday to finish at 10-under overall, two strokes behind the leader, Rory McIlroy.

Louis Oosthuizen has moved into second place with second-round 65. He is one stroke behind the leader.

Ryan Moore, a native of Tacoma, is in contention as he is tied with Woods in third place. Moore finished his round strong with an eagle on the 18th hole. He was 3-under for the day.

Gig Harbor native Ryan Stanley birdied two of the final three holes to finish at 1-under for the day and 2-under for the tournament. Stanley now finds himself in 39th place, ten strokes back of McIlroy.

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Deutsche Bank Championship: Rory McIlroy Sits On Top, Ryan Moore In 2nd

Tacoma, Wash., native Ryan Moore is in the hunt at the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship in Boston. Moore shot a 3-under 68 on Day 2 to finish two strokes behind the current leader, Rory McIlroy.

McIlroy put up his second-straight round of 65, moving him to 12-under for the tournament. An eagle on the final hole allowed him to end his day on top.

Tiger Woods is still in action at TPC Boston. He is 1-under for the day through 11 holes and 8-under for the tournament. Woods is currently tied for seventh overall.

Gig Harbor, Wash., native Ryan Stanley followed his 70 in the first round with the same score the second. He is now 2-under for the tournament and tied for 34th place.

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