When: September 1-4, 2017
Where: TPC Boston, Norton, Massachusetts
Format: 72 holes - Stroke Play
Defending Champion: Rory McIlroy
TV Coverage: Golf Channel and NBC
The second leg of the FedEx Cup Playoffs is scheduled for September 1-4, 2017, when the Dell Technologies Championship gets underway. The betting field is reduced to 100 players.
Dell Technologies takes over as the sponsor, but the venue remains the same as TPC Boston plays host for the 15th year. The tournament started in 2003 and became a part of the FedEx Cup rotation in 2007. The event is the only one on the PGA Tour’s schedule that has a Monday finish.
TPC Boston measures 7,241 yards and plays to a par of 72. Nine of the 18 holes have water hazards and there are also 92 sand traps on this risk - reward type track. All four par 5’s are gettable, including the finishing hole, where we could see a two-shot swing which will make things interesting coming down the final stretch.
The tournament has produced an impressive list of past champions that includes Tiger Woods, Adam Scott, Phil Mickelson, Steve Stricker, Henrik Stenson, Rickie Fowler and Rory McIlroy who is the only player to win it twice.
The second leg of the FedEx Cup Playoffs gets underway this week in Norton, Massachusetts at the Dell Technologies Championship where Rory McIlroy is the defending champion.
The betting field is down to 100 players after 25 players were cut from the playoff race after last week’s Northern Trust. After this week another 30 will be cut leaving next week’s tournament at 70 players before heading down the stretch of the playoffs. Continue...
Previous known as the Deutsche Bank Championship and now sponsored by Dell Technologies, is the second stop in the playoffs to the FedExCup - an elimination, with the top 70 qualifiers from this years Dell Technologies Championship will advance to the BMW Championship the following week in Chicago Ill.
The Dell Technologies Championship, one of the most prestigious events on the PGA TOUR calendar, returns to New England on Labor Day weekend.
The tournament is part of the PGA TOUR Playoffs, where the world's best golfers vie for the FedEx Cup during a four-tournament post-season playoff series with the single-largest payout in sports a $10 million first prize.
The course, which calls Norton, Massachusetts home, spans 7,241 yards and carries a par of 72. It features 92 bunkers and nine of its 18 holes are patrolled by water hazards. TPC of Boston has four par-5 holes including the challenging final hole, which is littered with long rough and sand.
This event is the only one on the PGA Tour with a scheduled Monday finish (Labor Day weekend). This premier event boasts a who's who of its winners, including some of the biggest names in golf.
The four FedEx Cup playoff tournaments are:
It is a four-day golf event filled with world-class players and non-stop PGA betting action.
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Rory McIlroy won the Deutsche Bank Championship to claim his first PGA Tour title for 16 months.
The Northern Irishman started six shots behind overnight leader Paul Casey, but seven birdies in a six-under-par 65 saw him finish two shots clear at 15 under.
England's Casey, 39, missed an eagle putt on the final hole at TPC Boston that would have forced a play-off.
It was 27-year-old McIlroy's first tournament win since the Irish Open in May and first PGA title since May 2015.
The victory comes just a week after he changed his putter and putting coach.
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