5 Things You to Know At Deutsche Bank Championship Monday
The final round of the Deutsche Bank Championship is taking place today at TPC-Boston in Norton.
1. Final Round Parings
7:40 a.m. Graeme McDowell, Portrush, Northern Ireland, Padraig Harrington, Dublin, Ireland
7:49- Mark Wilson, Chicago, IL, Sang-Moon Bae, Seoul, South Korea
7:58-Jonathan Byrd, Sea Island, GA, Scott Stallings, Oak Ridge, TN
8:07-Carl Pettersson, Raleigh, NC, Kevin Na, Las Vegas, NV
8:16-Blake Adams, Eatonton, GA, Brendon de Jonge, Charlotte, NC
8:25-Harris English, Sea Island, GA, Martin Flores, Mansfield, TX
8:34-Jimmy Walker, Boerne, TX, Brian Harman, St Simons Island, GA
8:43-Rickie Fowler, Murrieta, CA, Scott Piercy, Las Vegas, NV
8:52-J.J. Henry, Ft. Worth, TX, Geoff Ogilvy, Melbourne, Australia
9:01-Bob Estes, Austin, TX, Ian Poulter, Woburn, England
9:10-Daniel Summerhays, Farmington, UT, George McNeill, Ft. Myers, FL
9:20-Tommy Gainey, Bishopville, SC, Jason Day, Brisbane, Australia
9:30-Marc Leishman, Melbourne, Australia, Josh Teater, Lexington, KY
9:40-Roberto Castro, Atlanta, GA, John Huh, Los Angeles, CA
9:50-Charl Schwartzel, Blair Atholl, South Africa, Sean O'Hair, West Chester, PA
10:00-Bud Cauley, Jacksonville, FL, Zach Johnson, Cedar Rapids, IA
10:10-Matt Kuchar, Sea Island, GA, Aaron Baddeley, Melbourne, Australia
10:20-Kyle Stanley, Gig Harbor, WA, Robert Garrigus, Scottsdale, AZ
10:30-Greg Chalmers, Sydney, Australia, Bill Haas, Greenville, SC
10:40-Hunter Mahan, Colleyville, TX, Jonas Blixt, Hammaro, Sweden
10:50-Pat Perez, Scottsdale, AZ, Bo Van Pelt, Tulsa, OK
11:00-William McGirt, Boiling Springs, SC, J.B. Holmes, Campbellsville, KY
11:10-Dicky Pride, Tuscaloosa, AL, Johnson Wagner, Charlotte, NC
11:20-Ted Potter, Jr., Silver Springs, FL, Vijay Singh, Fiji Islands
11:30-Tom Gillis, Lake Orion, MI, Ernie Els, South Africa
11:40-Luke Donald, High Wycombe, England, Troy Matteson, Austin, TX
11:50-Chris Kirk, Sea Island, GA, Seung-Yul Noh, Seoul, South Korea
12:00 p.m.-Lee Westwood, Close House GC, England, Kevin Stadler, Denver, CO
12:10-Matt Every, Jacksonville Bch., FL, John Merrick, Long Beach, CA
12:20-Keegan Bradley, Woodstock, VT, Nick Watney, Dixon, CA
12:30- Steve Stricker, Madison, WI, Adam Scott, Queensland, Australia
12:40-John Senden, Brisbane, Australia, Jim Furyk, Ponte Vedra Bch, FL
12:50-D.A. Points, Pekin, IL, Webb Simpson, Charlotte, NC
1:00-Phil Mickelson, Rancho Santa Fe, CA, Jeff Overton, Evansville, IN
1:10-Brandt Snedeker, Nashville, TN, David Hearn, Brantford, ON, Canada
1:20-Charley Hoffman, Las Vegas, NV, Jason Dufner, Auburn, AL
1:30-Bryce Molder, Scottsdale, AZ, Ryan Moore, Las Vegas, NV
1:40-Dustin Johnson, Jupiter, FL, Tiger Woods, Jupiter, FL
1:50-Louis Oosthuizen, Albertinia, S.Cape, South Africa, Rory McIlroy, Holywood, Northern Ireland.
The tournament will be broadcast on 11:30 a.m to 1:30 p.m. on the Golf Channel before switching over to NBC.
2. HOMETOWN...SORT OF...Martin Flores is from Mansfield, Mansfield, Texas. He tees off at 8:20 a.m.
3. CAN I BORROW A COPY OF SUGAR? Both Tiger Woods and Dustin Johnson are residents of Jupiter, Florida.
4.RULES OF THE COURSE-All mobile phones, PDA's, etc. must be on silent and must be used in accordance with the posted Mobile Device Policy. The following items are prohibited during Championship week.
- No cameras/video cameras permitted.
- No radios, TVs, Signs or Banners
- No alcoholic beverages may enter or leave the Championship grounds
- No clipboards and item larger than 8” x 12” for autographs
- No coolers, chair bags, knapsacks, backpacks or bags larger than six inches, with the exception of the provided Stop & Shop bag for volunteers, will be allowed onto Championship grounds.
- No firearms or explosive devices
- No step ladders
- ANY of the above will be confiscated
Smoking in or on any of our permanent or temporary structures (e.g. The Gosling's Dark 'n Stormy Terrace) is prohibited.
Failure to follow the direction of security guards, gallery marshals or Championship officials may result in ejection from the grounds or revocation of your tickets without refund. Please observe the rules and regulations noted above.
5. A ROUND TO DREAM OF: Oosthuizen shot a tournament-record 29 on the front round on his way to a 63.
NORTON, Mass. -- The key things to know about Louis Oosthuizen roaring across TPC Boston on Sunday, tearing up the front nine in a tournament-record 29 strokes, birdieing seven consecutive holes in a round of 63 that gave him a three-stroke lead after 54 holes of the Deutsche Bank Championship?
"Probably the start anyone would dream of on that front nine," he said on PGA TOUR.com. "I made everything. You get You get those days where you just look at a putt and you hole it. That was my front nine."