Chris Kirk had a "beam me up Scotty" moment as he won the Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston on Monday. [caption id="attachment_6636" align="alignnone" width="600"] Chris Kirk / Getty Images[/caption] A final round of -5 under par 66 gave Chris a -15 under par winning total, and a two shot victory at the Deutsche Bank Championship. He said it was a big moment in his life, not just winning but maybe a Ryder Cup place; "Biggest win I ever had, I may be a little bit more calm, but I was still freaking out a bit inside." "I definitely put myself in contention for one, if I get picked great. If not, I'm still happy with my win today." Three players tied for second place, at -13 under par, Geoff Ogilvy, Russell Henley, and the man everyone assumed would at least force a play-off, Billy Horschel. On the final hole the par five 18th, Billy was attempting to reach the green in two shots, to have a crack at an Eagle putt that would have won him the tournament. Instead he crumbled as he hit the worst the shot of his life, dumping the ball into the hazard short of the green, and taking a penalty drop, followed by a bogey score. Rory McIlroy did not produce the expected charge, he cared a final round -1 under par 70 to finish in a tie for fifth at -11 under par. So now it goes to Cherry Hills and all the usual suspects will be there, including Phil Mickelson.