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Henrik Stenson won the season-ending Tour Championship at East Lake in Atlanta and the ridiculous amount of money that came along with it.
It wasn't a perfect day for Stenson though as before the round the first tee announcer at East Lake introduced him as playing partner Dustin Johnson. Of course, Johnson could have stepped up to the tee and saved the announcer the embarrassment of taking a mulligan... but golf has that whole honor system thing to uphold. I'm sure fans watching at home were also calling in the violation in hopes of inflicting the first tee announcer with a 2 stroke penalty.
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ATLANTA -- The comeback is almost impossible to put into perspective. Two years ago, he couldn't hit a fairway with anything longer than a two-iron and could barely hit the hole with a putter from outside of 10 feet, a bad combination for someone who plays golf for a living.
Henrik Stenson experienced one of the most spectacular falls in golf, going from the 5th-ranked player...
So with the pressure of winning the Tour Championship and FedEx Cup behind him, Henrik Stenson can breathe easy, right?
Not quite -- because while he basks in the glory of his achievement, there is the matter of finding four Coca-Cola machines. That's right, four.
"They for people who asked for them and I promised," Stenson said. "I keep my promises."
Henrik Stenson capped off the best stretch of his career with the biggest payoff in golf.
Stenson held off a brief challenge by 20-year-old Jordan Spieth and closed with a 2-under 68 to win the Tour Championship by three shots over Spieth and Steve Stricker. With the win, the 37-year-old Swede clinched the FedEx Cup and its $10 million bonus. Stenson also earned $1.44 million for...
The seventh edition of the FedExCup playoffs is in the books, and like Brandt Snedeker before him, Henrik Stenson pulled off the Tour Championship...
How Swede it is.
Henrik Stenson went wire-to-wire at the Tour Championship and in doing so also took home the FedEx Cup trophy for an $11.44 million payday.
The 37-year-old Stenson, who held a nine-stroke lead midway through the third round, watched it dwindle to one stroke before he birdied the 15th hole and went on to a three-shot victory. Stenson parred in for a 2-under 68 and...
As Henrik Stenson was putting the finishing touches on his spectacular Tour Championship performance, I was left with an empty feeling. Not because I didn’t think Stenson was a worthy champion (he is, he totally is) but rather because the PGA Tour season was coming to an end.
It was a finality that I’m not sure I was ready for.
But I quickly moved on, remembering that...
Henrik Stenson Raises his Trophies in Triumph as he is your 2013 FedEx Cup ChampionAfter Jorda Speith’s Impressive Performance at the Tour Championship, Could this be the Making of a Golf Superstar?
Henrk Stenson went wire to wire to win the Tour Championship and take the FedEx Cup. He didn’t have the best performance he’s had the first three rounds but he still played well...
Ooohhh! Sooo Shiiny! This is what the Players are After!
After three rounds, Henrik Stenson remains your leader and has played some tremendous golf. However, he had a massive nine stroke lead over Dustin Johnson and would’ve put this thing away a day early barring an amazing collapse during Sunday’s finale. If he strikes the ball like he did the first three days then he’ll...
Henrik Stenson was so flawless that he built a nine-shot lead at
the turn Saturday in the Tour Championship.
Stenson wins FedEx Cup
The end of the PGA Tour has now come upon us, and this past year was one for the ages. Henrik Stenson stayed clutch throughout the FedEx Cup playoffs to win two of the final three events. Stenson’s victory at The TOUR Championship presented by Coca-Cola allowed him to have an $11.44 million payday. He ends the year as, without question, the hottest golfer...
For a while Saturday, it appeared there was as much drama at the Tour Championship as in a paint-drying contest. Henrik Stenson was again on cruise control and led by nine strokes at one point in the third round. The tournament and FedEx Cup races both appeared over.
But an odd development happened on the way to the foregone conclusion. After it started raining, Stenson shot 38...
Henrik Stenson stole the headlines on Sunday, winning the Tour Championship , the FedEx Cup and more than $11.4 million. But the case could be made that Keegan Bradley had the best weekend -- certainly the "Strongest."
The 2011 PGA Championship winner and native New Englander teed off at East Lake Golf Course in Atlanta with his favorite sports teams adoring his bag.