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Fowler Labors to Victory as Stenson Stumbles at the Deustche Bank Championship; Top 70 Set for BMW

Updated on September 7, 2015
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Henrik Stenson walked to tee of the par-3 16th hole of the Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston with a one-shot advantage over Rickie Fowler. He walked off the green trailing by a stroke. An ill-timed error from Stenson, who played beautiful golf all week long, left the Swede to wonder what might have been. Stenson had kept Fowler at bay during Monday's final round, but Fowler, dressed in his signature final round orange, played solid golf throughout to take home the title.

After matching pars at 17, both men ripped great drives down the fairway at the long par-4 18th, but both failed to hit the green with their second shots, Stenson coming up short and left, Fowler bouncing off to the left after taking a run at the pin. Stenson nearly holed his pitch shot, but missed the ensuing par putt. Fowler chose to putt from off the green, chasing it about 10 feet past the hole; he would also miss his par putt, but tapped in from a foot to give him his third win of the year.

The win would also vault Rickie Fowler past Henrik Stenson in the overall points standings for the FedExCup. Fowler jumped nineteen spots into the third position while Stenson stayed in the fourth spot behind points leader Jason Day, who finished in a tie for 12th. Day was able to increase his lead over Jordan Spieth, who remains in second despite having missed a second consecutive cut.

After a week off, the top 70 players will head to the Chicago area for the BMW Championship from Conway Farms Golf Club in Lake Forest, Illinois. Here are the top 70 in the standings in the race to East Lake.

1. Jason Day: 4,680 points

2. Jordan Spieth: 4,169 points, 511 points behind leader

3. Rickie Fowler: 3,498 points, 1,182 points behind leader

4. Henrik Stenson: 3,352 points, 1,328 points behind leader

5. Bubba Watson: 3,329 points, 1,351 points behind leader

6. Charley Hoffman: 2,302 points, 2,378 points behind leader

7. Zach Johnson: 2,241 points, 2,439 points behind leader

8. Dustin Johnson: 2,114 points, 2,566 points behind leader

9. Jim Furyk: 2,087 points, 2,593 points behind leader

10. Patrick Reed: 2,039 points, 2,641 points behind leader

11. Jimmy Walker: 2,020 points, 2,660 points behind leader

12. Robert Streb: 1,958 points, 2,722 points behind leader

13. Justin Rose: 1,956 points, 2,724 points behind leader

14. Danny Lee: 1,851 points, 2,829 points behind leader

15. Kevin Kisner: 1,836 points, 2,844points behind leader

16. Hideki Matsuyama: 1,783 points, 2,897 points behind leader

17. Rory McIlroy: 1,729 points, 2,951 points behind leader

18. Brandt Snedeker: 1,623 points, 3,057 points behind leader

19. J.B. Holmes: 1,616 points, 3,064 points behind leader

20. Matt Kuchar: 1,582 points, 3,098 points behind leader

21. Brooks Koepka: 1,544 points, 3,136 points behind leader

22. Steven Bowditch: 1,518 points, 3,162 points behind leader

23. Sangmoon Bae: 1,511 points, 3,169 points behind leader

24. Paul Casey: 1,507 points, 3,173 points behind leader

25. Ben Martin: 1,407 points, 3,273 points behind leader

26. Daniel Summerhays: 1,387 points, 3,293 points behind leader

27. Bill Haas: 1,381 points, 3,299 points behind leader

28. Jason Bohn: 1,347 points, 3,333 points behind leader

29. Russell Knox: 1,333 points, 3,347 points behind leader

30. Louis Oosthuizen: 1,309 points, 3,371 points behind leader

31. David Lingmerth: 1,305 points, 3,375 points behind leader

32. Harris English: 1,301 points, 3,379 points behind leader

33. Matt Jones: 1,301 points, 3,379 points behind leader

34. Kevin Na: 1,296 points, 3,384 points behind leader

35. Justin Thomas: 1,275 points, 3,405 points behind leader

36. Gary Woodland: 1,258 points, 3,422 points behind leader

37. Chris Kirk: 1,249 points, 3,431 points behind leader

38. Sean O'Hair: 1,231 points, 3,449 points behind leader

39. Ryan Moore: 1,208 points, 3,472 points behind leader

40. Ryan Palmer: 1,202 points, 3,478 points behind leader

41. Tony Finau: 1,199 points, 3,481 points behind leader

42. Webb Simpson: 1,187 points, 3,493 points behind leader

43. Pat Perez: 1,185 points, 3,495 points behind leader

44. Scott Piercy: 1,157 points, 3,523 points behind leader

45. Shawn Stefani: 1,123 points, 3,557 points behind leader

46. Daniel Berger: 1,120 points, 3,560 points behind leader

47. Troy Merritt: 1,114 points, 3,566 points behind leader

48. Brendon Todd: 1,095 points, 3,585 points behind leader

49. Brendon de Jonge: 1,084 points, 3,596 points behind leader

50. Brian Harman: 1,073 points, 3,607 points behind leader

51. Zac Blair: 1,064 points, 3,616 points behind leader

52. Hunter Mahan: 1,064 points, 3,616 points behind leader

53. James Hahn: 1,058 points, 3,622 points behind leader

54. Sergio Garcia: 1,051 points, 3,629 points behind leader

55. Cameron Tringale: 1,050 points, 3,630 points behind leader

56. Rory Sabbatini: 1,048 points, 3,632 points behind leader

57. Kevin Chappell: 1,002 points, 3,678 points behind leader

58. Russell Henley: 990 points, 3,690 points behind leader

59. David Hearn: 986 points, 3,694 points behind leader

60. Brendan Steele: 981 points, 3,699 points behind leader

61. Phil Mickelson: 947 points, 3,733 points behind leader

62. Fabian Gomez: 943 points, 3,737 points behind leader

63. Keegan Bradley: 937 points, 3,743 points behind leader

64. Nick Watney: 933 points, 3,747 points behind leader

65. Jerry Kelly: 932 points, 3,748 points behind leader

66. Ian Poulter: 919 points, 3,761 points behind leader

67. Billy Horschel: 907 points, 3,773 points behind leader

68. William McGirt: 873 points, 3,807 points behind leader

69. Bryce Molder: 865 points, 3,815 points behind leader

70. George McNeill: 863 points, 3,817 points behind leader

The top 30 following the BMW will compete in the season-ending Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta. Any player in the top 5 in the standings would be crowned the FedExCup champion with a win.


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      Luke Norris 

      3 years ago

      Thank you very much. I certainly appreciate the read.

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      Great article Luke Norris, it's refreshing to see original content so thoroughly laid out. Bravo


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