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Golf Australia Express : Issue 9
CALIFORNIAN Charley Hoffman won his second career title and US$1.35 million taking out the 2010 FedEx Cup event. Hoffman’s 9-under 62 was the best finish by a winner at TPC Boston since the tournament began in 2003. Starting the final round four shots behind Jason Day, the then 33-year-old with blond locks flowing from his cap, erased the deficit with four straight birdies early in his round. Then came a mixture of good breaks and great shots, and a Midas touch with the putter. He thought his 4-iron was short and headed for the bunker on No. 11 when it barely cleared, tumbled through the rough and settled three feet from the cup. From the front bunker on the 13th, trying to get it close on the firm greens, he holed it for an unlikely birdie. Once Hoffman realised he had the lead, he turned it up a notch with three more birdies in the final four holes, finishing five shots ahead of Day at the end. Hoffman finished 22-under and tied the tournament record set by Vijay Singh in 2008. OTG Luke Donald (ENG) Steve Stricker (USA) Adam Scott (AUS) Dustin Johnson (USA) Matt Kuchar (USA) Nick Watney (USA) Jason Day (AUS) Phil Mickelson (USA) Brandt Snedeker (USA) CHECK OUT HIGHLIGHTS OF PAST DEUTSCHE BANK CHAMPIONSHIPS ABOVE. September 2-5, 2011 TPC Boston, Massachusetts, USA Purse US$8,000,000 Defending Champ: Charley Hoffman (USA) BANK-TO-BANK What’s happening on the PGA Tour this week PEEK THE LAST TIME AROUND WHO TO WATCH