The race for the FedExCup continues this week in Boston with the Deutsche Bank Championship. Webb Simpson defending champion and currently No. 20 in the FedExCup standings looks to bring home the title for the second year in as well as climb up the standings in the second playoff event of the season.
Some of the featured groups to look out for during the first two rounds of the Deutsche Bank Championship are Tiger Woods who is paired with Nick Watney and Brandt Snedeker. The trio tees off on hole 10 at 8:40AM ET. Davis Love III will definitely be keeping a close eye on this group as Watney and Snedeker are both vying for a spot on the Ryder Cup team.
Englishman Luke Donald is paired with Justin Rose and Steve Stricker. The trio tees off on hole 10 at 8:16AM ET. Donald has a history of good results at TPC Boston, and he could return to world No. 1 with another stellar week. For a look at more featured groups and tee times click here.
Be sure to catch all the action starting this Friday with LIVE coverage starting at 1:30PM ET.
|Friday, August 31:||LIVE 1:30 & 8:30PM ET|
|Saturday, September 1:||LIVE 1:30 & 8:30PM ET|
|Sunday, September 2:|| LIVE 12:30 & 9PM ET
LIVE 3PM ET (Spotlight of the Final Three Holes)
|Monday, September 3:|| LIVE 11AM & 8PM ET
LIVE 1:30PM ET (Spotlight of the Final Three Holes)
Tiger Woods will play the first two rounds of the Arnold Palmer Invitational with Ernie Els and Justin Rose. Read More
Contributions from writers and editors on the Golf Channel Digital team.
- Less is more? Watson reduces captain's picks
- Woods draws Els, Rose at Bay Hill | Tee times
- Woods, Vonn say they're dating | Meet Lindsey
- Chinese teen Ye, 12, qualifies for Euro Tour event
- Report: Haney impressed by Tiger this year
- Fantasy: Bay Hill rankings, fact pack and picks
- Notes: Arnie passes on exemption for grandson
- Lewis inks deal | New No. 1 | Donates $50K
- Lewis wins Founders; No. 1 | Scores | Mell
- Land finally being cleared for 2016 Olympic course
- Holmes fractures ankle in rollerblading accident
- Weekly Fix: Curing the dreaded two-way miss