Posted September 01, 2012 on AP on Fox
Louis Oosthuizen ran off a flawless string of seven straight birdies Sunday to race by Rory McIlroy and take a three-shot lead into the final round of the Deutsche Bank Championship. McIlroy played well. So did Tiger Woods. It just didn't look like it compared with Oosthuizen, the South African with one of the sweetest swings in golf who had an 8-under 63. His birdie streak included four putts of at least 20 feet, and he shot 29 on the front nine of the TPC Boston. His seventh straight birdie on the 10th hole, a tap-in, put him at 8 under through 10 holes. McIlroy rallied for a 67 and will play in the final group with Oosthuizen on Labor Day. Woods had a 68 and was six shots behind.

McIlroy holds on to win Deutsche title

Rory McIlroy has won the Deutsche Bank Championship for his third PGA Tour this year. In a Labor Day finish that featured some of the biggest names in golf, McIlroy closed with a 4-under 67 and got away with a few mistakes to hold off Louis Oosthuizen for a one-shot victory on the TPC Boston. Oosthuizen narrowly missed a 12-foot birdie putt on the final hole that would have forced...

McIlroy shoots another 65, in lead

The Deutsche Bank Championship has had a fair amount of heavyweight battles in its 10-year history. This Labor Day weekend is shaping up as another one featuring two generations of stars. Rory McIlroy made an eagle on one par 5 and scrambled for a bogey on another par 5 during an otherwise steady round of 6-under 65 to give him a one-shot lead over Louis Oosthuizen. Two shots back...
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