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To his right, the Silver Trophy that Bryson DeChambeau won at The Northern Trust on Sunday was a victory that made everyone feel comfortable. On his left was the Silver FedEx Cup Trophy, a reminder of the ultimate prize in the PGA Tour season.
Missing was the Gold Ryder Cup Trophy.
DeChambeau also took a big step forward.  "As I said yesterday, I'm just a man on a mission – two missions, indeed," DeChambeau said after a four-shot victory in the opening game of the FedEx Cup. "One is the Ryder Cup and one of the FedEx Cups, I'm feeling pretty good now and I just have to go in the right direction."
That was the only direction in which his game in a final round without much drama went.
Shot Lead never allowed DeChambeau to fire more than two shots, ending the threat with consecutive birdies and finishing with a 2 under par 69 to win with four shots over Tony Finau.
Ryan Palmer also felt like a winner. He entered the FedEx Cup playoffs at No. 1
Nick Watney was among the six players who switched from outside the top 100 to Dell Technologies Championship, which begins on Friday. The others were Scott Stallings, Jhonattan Vegas, Bronson Burgoon, Brian Stuard and Danny Lee.
Tiger Woods, who took second place in the PGA Championship, never got things going. He finished with a 70 and went for the 40th, 14 shots out of the lead.
& # 39; & # 39; I'm sure you'll be used to seeing me win five times a year or more, "Woods said. "It's not so easy to win here, what you see is that I'm close, and only one shot here, one shot there a day, makes swing."
DeChambeau never felt completely under control, until he struck a chip just before the 12th green – a shot he'd been working on all week and used once – breaking 4 feet for a birdie that triggered his only threat.
His only wild shot was on the 18th hole and sent his ride so far to the exact, which landed in the fairway of a hole that was not used in the Ridgewood Country Club. He still had a good angle to the green, became par and finished 18th under 266.
The 24-year-old Californian won for the second time this year, both against some of the strongest fields. He has risen to the top of the FedEx Cup standings and is virtually certain to be one of the Top 5 seeds in the Tour Championship with a clear $ 10 million bonus.
DeChambeau, who had stayed until then on the practice series was dark Saturday night, came up with two straight birdies to extend the lead to six shots. His only mistakes were a few three-putt bogeys in the first nine, the second in ninth, which reduced his lead to two shots over Aaron Wise.
But not for long. Wise's threat ended with a bogey at # 16, roughly at the time DeChambeau was pacing up and down with this chip just before the reachable par-4 12th for birdie.
Billy Horschel (68) and Cameron Smith (69) flanked the third place.  LPGA – Brooke Henderson was the first Canadian to win the nation's national championship in 45 years, finishing with a 7-under-65 for a four-stroke at the CP Women's Open in Regina, Saskatchewan.
-year-old of Smiths Falls, Ontario, finished 21-under 267 and covered the emotional win with a short birdie putt on the par-4 18th. She raised her arms and hugged her sister / caddy Brittany, when Father Dave walked on the green and poured over champagne.
This was the first time I've done my best in front of my hometown and on home soil, "Henderson said." It's just a great learning experience, and it has a really happy ending. "
It ended in style on the par-4 18th, take a ride and a 69-yard approach to 3-foot to set up a birdie.
"Ten minutes when I struck my second shot of 18 on when I hit did that putt, and when the festivities happened, those are the things I'll remember forever, "Henderson said," to beat it at 3 feet and know that I finally made it, the To hear my name sing singing, "O Canada" to make this putt was fantastic. "
Jocelyne Bourassa is the only other Canadian to win the national championship, the 1973 performance in Montreal Performing Municipal in the inaugural La Canadienne – the event, d as the Major of Maurier Classic, then became the current non-major in 2001.
& # 39; & # 39; Winning this event, There's a lot of history, "Henderson said." I was happy to break this long distance without a Canadian win on the LPGA Tour, and to watch this trophy and some Reading the name on it, it's really unbelievable that I know my name is added. "
Henderson earned 337,500 dollars for her second win of the season and the seventh of her LPGA Tour career, setting a record Sandra Posts record for Canadian.
Angel Yin was second to a 68er. Jennifer Song (67) was six back at 15 under.
Minjee Lee (68), Amy Yang (68), Su Oh, and Austin Ernst tied for fourth place at 14. Hataoka had a 72, which ended with 14 under three-time champion Lydia Ko (69), defending champion Sung Hyun Park (71), Anna Nordqvist (68) and Maria Torres (68)
US Senior Amateurs – Frank Boxford Vana Jr. scored a 2 over 74 on the second day of the shock game at Eugene (Ore.) Country Club and is tied back for the fourth, four shots. Gregory Condon united Jeff Wilson in stroke at 5-under 139.
European – Andrea Pavan scored a strong finish in the Czech Masters with a 5 under 67 to win for a two-stroke victory over Padraig Harrington for the first European Tour title of the Italian at the Albatross Golf Resort near Prague.
Web.com – Robert Streb won the PGA Tour status of the Web.com Tour Finals with his playoff victory over Peter Malnati at the Nationwide Children's Hospital Championship in Columbus, Ohio.