The top players on the PGA TOUR will be at the TPC Boston in Norton, Mass., confines over the Labor Day Weekend competing in the second event of the 2018 FedExCup Playoffs in the Dell Technologies Championship. With a number of ticket packages that bring you front and center, you’ll get to see the players up close in action.
Justin Thomas, the defending Dell Technologies Championship winner, already owns eight victories on TOUR, including two this season. The 25-year-old Thomas won last year’s tournament by three shots over Jordan Spieth, and went on to become the 2017 FedExCup champion. In 2018, he has posted wins at the Honda Classic and THE CJ CUP @ NINE BRIDGES. As of August 1, he was second on the FedExCup points list behind Dustin Johnson. He shot a 59 at the Sony Open two years ago, where he eventually broke the PGA TOUR’s 72-hole scoring record.
Tiger Woods, of course, needs no introduction. In the conversation as the greatest player of all time, Woods was showing signs of returning to his former lofty status as the world’s number one golfer with four top-10s this year, including one runner-up finish. Woods, 42, has posted a remarkable 79 victories on TOUR and added 14 internationally. His win total includes 14 Major titles.
Dustin Johnson is enjoying a spectacular season on TOUR. The 34-year-old collected three wins through the first half of the year to bring his impressive career total to 19 victories. One of the TOUR’s best all-around players from tee to green, Johnson has one major win, the 2016 U.S. Open, to his credit and his most recent win came at the RBC Canadian Open in late July. Ranked as the world’s No. 1 player as of this summer, Johnson was leading the FedExCup points race as August rolled around.
Rory McIlroy has won the Dell Technologies Championship twice and has been rounding into form as of late. The 29-year-old from Northern Ireland, has won 14 times on TOUR and posted nine victories internationally. After winning at TPC Boston two years ago, McIlroy won the TOUR Championship in Atlanta to secure the FedExCup crown as the season champion.
Arguably the most charismatic and fun player to watch on TOUR, Jordan Spieth has posted a remarkable 11 wins on the PGA TOUR despite being only 25 years old. He tied the 72-hole record set by Tiger Woods and became the second youngest golfer (behind Woods) to win the Masters. He then won the 2015 U.S. Open, the youngest U.S. Open champion since the great Bobby Jones in 1923. He won the Travelers Championship last year when he holed out from a bunker on the 18th hole of a playoff against Daniel Berger.
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