Stenson’s moment of misery

Henrik Stenson took a one-shot advantage into the final round of the Deutsche Bank Championship and held the lead for most of the day, until he reached the 16th hole…

The Swede was one shot clear of playing partner Rickie Fowler when the pair arrived at the par-three 16th, but it all went horribly wrong for Stenson, with the smallest of margins costing him dearly.

A bit of a wind, just the wrong club, who knows for sure what went wrong for Stenson, but that cost him a $1,485,000 winner's cheque and the 2,000 FedExCup points that went with it.

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