Tracking Tiger at the Dell Technologies Championship in Norton, Mass.

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While Tiger Woods finished with a disappointing 71, Bryson DeChambeau pulled away with three straight birdies to close out the front nine and was never seriously challenged by anyone the rest of the way to win the Dell Technologies Championship.
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Bryson DeChambeau closed with a 4-under 67 for a two-shot victory to become only the second player to win the opening two FedEx Cup playoff events.
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Tiger has a challenging birdie putt on 6.
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Tiger Woods didn't speak to the media after his disappointing final round.
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Playing at TPC Boston for the first time since 2013, Tiger Woods failed to make any kind of run on Monday, finishing with a 24th-place finish in the event he won back in 2006.
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"Tiger's Pride" from Worcester.
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Tiger's tee shot on 7 went a bit right.
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Tiger hits out of the rough on the 7th hole.
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Tiger hits a shot out of the rough on the 7th hole.
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Tiger Woods was -3 Sunday, -7 for the tournament.
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After a bogey on 13, Tiger saved par on 14 to stay at -6 for the tournament. Here he was five strokes off the lead as he teed off on 15.
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It’s a toss-up for the best athlete of all-time from Northern Ireland: former Quebec Nordiques great Owen Nolan or Rory McIlroy (pictured).
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