If you like fun-filled kids games, you must have loved the Deutsche Bank Championship, where players moved up and down the board and the FedEx Cup standings as if they were playing Parcheesi.
When all was said and done, Henrik Stenson won the second leg of the playoffs, edging Steve Stricker while tying the tournament record at 22 under par. For Stenson, who has been a statistical marvel, it marked his first victory since 2009 and rocketed him into first place in the FedEx Cup standings, nine points ahead of Tiger Woods.
Rain-softened conditions throughout the tournament led to a multitude of low scores, with 34 players finishing at 10 under par or better.
If you were looking for Rory McIlroy to make a comeback, Tiger Woods to score low or Phil Mickelson to have one of those thrilling come-from-behind performances, you came to the wrong tournament.
Instead, you got little-known Roberto Castro as a co-leader at one point on the last day and Jordan Spieth's remarkable 62 as the 100 tour pros sought to make the 70-man cut and move into the BMW Championship in two weeks.
The Deutsche Bank also offered those players wishing to be selected to the President’s Cup a chance to make a statement.
Here’s a look at the winners and losers from the Deutsche Bank Championship, which did not disappoint in terms of action.