2012 Deutsche Bank Championship: TV Schedule, Tee Times, Parings For Monday

New England's golf tournament wraps up on Labor Day as Louis Oosthuizen will be paired with the World Number One Rory McIlroy in the final round of the Deutsche Bank Championship trying to hold on to a three-stroke lead after a hot third round.

Oosthuizen's didn't improve on his eight birdies in ten holes, finishing his third round at 8-under, but it was more than enough to give him the lead entering Monday. McIlroy is definitely within striking range, but another round like Sunday's would give Oosthuizen a win in the second tournament of the FedEx Cup Playoffs. Tiger Woods isn't out of the hunt either, six strokes back of the lead at 13-under in a tie for third, but with so many strokes to make up, Woods will likely be pleased with a high finish.

Keegan Bradley's big day Sunday pushed him to a tie for 19th, but the Vermont native has a long way to go in what is essentially his home tournament, as he's 13 off the lead.

The day starts at 11:30 a.m. on the Golf Channel and switches over to NBC at 1:30 p.m. The tournament will also be streamed here on the PGA Tour's official website.

For Deutsche Bank Championship 2012 coverage, visit our stream and SB Nation Golf.

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