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Another American aimed to steal the spotlight from Tiger Woods at the Deutsche Bank Championship's final round on Monday. Charley Hoffman faced the pressure of maintaining his lead through the last few holes in Norton Massachusetts USA.
First we look at Tiger Woods' day. He hit a nice tee shot at the 16th hole, and would birdie to go to minus-9. Woods tied for 11th, and retained his world number one ranking.
Briton Luke Donald was good for second place after the final round. He forged a tie with Australians Jason Day and Geoff Ogilvy at 17-under.
But Charley Hoffman would go on a roll. He stormed home with a nine-under-par 62 to clinch his second victory on the PGA Tour, and beat the second-place group by 5 strokes. The 33-year-old moves to second in the tour's FedEx Cup points list after two of the four playoff events.
|Charley Hoffman faced the pressure of maintaining his lead through the last few |
holes in Norton Massachusetts USA.