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South African Louis Oosthuizen took it real low at he TPC Boston in his third round of the Deutsche Bank Championship. Oosthuizen made the turn and turned some heads with his 7 under 29 on the front nine. Oosthuizen birdies hole number 2 and then went on to birdie the his final 6 holes on the front nine. Oosthuizen who shot a 57 before playing with some friends back home in South Africa was thinking sub 60 round too. Oosthuizen wasn’t so lucky on the back nine and actually had a scary moment when he hit a 9 on the 16th hole and it looked as though he damaged his pectoral muscle. Oosthuizen was seen rubbing his right pectoral muscle after several shots on the back side.
Oosthuizen only was able to get 2 birdies on the back nine and one bogey, he did finish his third round in great shape to go out and contend for the win tomorrow. Oosthuizen would card a 63 in his third round and is in first place and in the final group with McIlroy again on Monday. Oosthuizen has shot rounds of ...
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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...
Rory McIlroy needed some help from playing partner Louis Oosthuizen, but held on for a one-shot victory at the Deutsche Bank Championship on Monday. The tournament, played at TPC Boston in Norton, Massachusetts, is the second leg of the PGA Tour’s FedEx Cup playoffs.
McIlroy shot a final round 4-under par 67, for a 20 under par total of 264, to edge Oosthuizen, the third round...