Rickie Fowler rallied from two strokes down with five holes to play to claim victory at the Deutsche Bank Championship.
Fowler shot a three-under 68 on the day to finish minus-15 at TPC Boston.
Henrik Stenson took home second place at minus-14 after entering the day with a one-stroke lead over Fowler.
Charley Hoffman tallied a four-under for the round to recover from his rough day three to finish third at minus-11.
After earning consecutive victories at the PGA Championship and the Barclays, Jason Day finished tied for 12th at six-under.
World number-one Rory McIlroy ended on a high note, shooting a five-under 66 to finish minus-three.
By: Mike Plourde – for Great Lakes Radio Sports