Tiger Woods played an uninspired final round at the Deutsche Bank Championship on Monday, putting his No. 1 FedEx Cup ranking in jeopardy with two playoff tournaments left.
On a day that started late due to bad weather then featured an additional lengthy rain delay, Tiger never really got on track. He opened with a birdie but shot three bogeys during his first nine holes. For the second straight day, his putting failed to do him any favors.
Tiger finished Day 4 at two over par, leaving him four under for the Deutsche Bank weekend. His FedEx Cup standing was secure until his very last shot, but now he'll have to watch the leaders. If Henrik Stenson can hang on to win, he'll take over top spot in the playoff ranking.
The field will be cut to 70 when the FedEx Cup playoff resumes in two weeks at the BMW Championship in Lake Forest, Ill.
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