It's that time of year.
Pro golf is invading Norton this weekend for the Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston. The event kicks off with a Pro-Am on Thursday and the championship rounds over the weekend.
Tiger Woods was questionable earlier this week because he was suffering from back spasms. But, according to CBS Sports, he is the favorite with 7-1 odds and will be playing.
Other favorites include:
Here are all the details for what you can expect:
What is it?According to the Deutsche Bank Tournament website, "The 2013 Deutsche Bank Championship is the second event of the FedExCup Playoffs featuring the top 100 PGA TOUR professionals. Defending champion Rory McIlroy is expected to take on the world's best, including our distinguished list of past champions -- Webb Simpson, Charley Hoffman, Adam Scott, Vijay Singh, Steve Stricker, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson -- and many more."
- TPC Boston, 400 Arnold Palmer Blvd (If you're not going, you may want to avoid the area this weekend.)
Who's Golfing, and When?
- Pro golfers are teeing off starting at 7:40 a.m. Friday. The first two rounds will be Friday and Saturday. Rounds three and four will be held on Sunday and Monday. For a look at Tee-times click here.
I want to check it out. How do I get tickets?
- Tickets range from $60 to $160 depending on what you're looking for. Click here on how to get them. Or, call 1-800-594-TIXX
What is this all for?
- According to the website, "the Deutsche Bank Championship has generated more than $24 million for the Tiger Woods Foundation and local New England-area charities."