Charley Hoffman (-22) dropped 11 birdies on Monday to win the TPC Boston Deutsche Bank Championship, completing a 9-under 62 that was the best finish since the tournaments inception in 2003. 

As he rocketed up the leader board, his future in golf also began to take shape. He moved up 57 spots in the FedEx Standings to No. 2, and qualified for all four majors in 2011. 

Talk about a career day. It's not often in golf so much changes for a player in one tournament - especially a non-major - but job security will not be a problem for Hoffman, at least not in 2011. 

After so much went right in one day, though, Hoffman wanted more: 

"The best perk, hopefully, will be a Ryder Cup berth," Hoffman said. Unfortunately for Hoffman, if there's any sympathy to feel bad for him after having such a special day, he didn't quite make the Ryder Cup cut as captain Corey Pavin chose Tiger Woods, Stewart Cink, Rickie Fowler and Zach Johnson as his captain picks Tuesday. 

Needless to say, Hoffman probably made Pavin re-think his final choices before announcing them Tuesday. Had he made the team, he may have exploded with an overindulgence of good flooding his life. 

Perhaps Pavin did him a favor. 

Top 5
1. Charley Hoffman, -22
T2. Luke Donald, -17
T2. Jason Day, -17
T2. Geoff Ogilvy, -17
T5. Brandt Snedeker, -16
T5. Tom Gillis, -16

Power Couple
T11. Tiger Woods, -10
T25. Phil Mickelson, -7

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