The 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship is Rory McIlroy's to lose after 12 holes on Monday, as he is now 21-under and three strokes ahead of Louis Oosthuizen. McIlroy birdied the 12th hole for sixth under-par hole on Round 4. Oosthuizen, who began the day in the lead at 19-under, double-bogeyed the fifth hole after making a birdie on the fourth and since then has made seven straight pars.
Tiger Woods stands at 17-under through 13 holes, but he'll need a big finish to come back and win this tournament. No other golfers are even close to the top three right now. Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson are closest at 13-under, but the latter is closing in on his final few holes and the former is on his final hole.
Should he win this tournament, McIlroy will move into the lead for the FedExCup title.
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