NORTON, Mass. — Founded in 2003 and celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2012, the Deutsche Bank Championship is the PGA TOUR’s only scheduled Monday finish. The winner’s roster at TPC Boston includes Adam Scott, two-time winner Vijay Singh, Olin Browne, Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Steve Stricker, Charley Hoffman and Webb Simpson.
Here’s a quick look at each of the nine previous Deutsche Bank Championships:
2011 – Webb Simpson outlasts Chez Reavie in the first-ever playoff at the Deutsche Bank, giving him two wins in his three starts on TOUR (Simpson won the Wyndham Championship two weeks earlier).
2010 – Charley Hoffman cards a career-low 62, including 11 birdies, in a sizzling final round en route to a five-stroke win over Luke Donald and a pair of Aussies, Geoff Ogilvy and Jason Day.
2009 – Steve Stricker makes his 250th career cut on the PGA TOUR and goes on to record his seventh win (including a season-high third) by one stroke over Jason Dufner and Scott Verplank.
2008 – Vijay Singh cards a tournament-record 22-under 262 to cruise to a five-stroke victory over Mike Weir and ultimately the FedExCup championship.
2007 – Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Vijay Singh were paired together for first two rounds; Mickelson, Woods, Brett Wetterich and Arron Oberholser duel down the stretch, with Mickelson winning to take over FedExCup lead.
2006 – With two eagles in his first seven holes in the final round, Tiger Woods erases a three-shot deficit and posts an 8-under 63, overcoming the 54-hole leader Vijay Singh to win by two.
2005 – Olin Browne clips Jason Bohn by a single stroke for his third career win. In the process he surpasses $1 million in season earnings for the first time in his career.
2004 – Vijay Singh, in claiming one of nine PGA TOUR titles on the year, moves to No. 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking as he outduels Tiger Woods and Adam Scott. Woods had been No. 1 for a record 264 weeks.
2003 – Adam Scott, playing on a Sponsor Exemption, earns the first of his six career PGA TOUR wins.