When is the Dell Technologies Championship? August 31st to September 3rd 2018
What is the total prize fund of the Dell Technologies Championship? $9,000,000
How many FedEx Cup points are available for the winner? 2000
What channel can I watch the Dell Technologies Championship on in the UK? Sky Sports Golf
Where can I stream the Dell Technologies Championship? Sky Sports subscribers can stream the tournament online via Sky Go.
Are tickets still available for the Dell Technologies Championship? https://www.pgatour.com/tournaments/dell-technologies-championship/tickets.html
Where is the Dell Technologies Championship? TPC Boston, Norton, Massachusetts
What is the course yardage? 7,216 yards / 6,598 metres
What is the par of the course? 71
What type of player is suited to contend around TPC Boston? Some of golf's biggest names have won around TPC Boston. It is a course suited to the very best ball strikers who have the skills to overpower the somewhat shorter course with long, accurate hitting and laser-like approach play.
What is the format of the Dell Technologies Championship? The top-100 ranked players in the FedEx Cup standings are competing this week with just the top 70 progressing to next week’s BMW Championship.
What is the predicted weather for the Dell Technologies Championship? Chance of thunderstorms Thursday and Sunday which could cause delays. Overcast Friday and Saturday with slightly cooler temperatures.
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FedEx Cup Standings
Tommy Fleetwood ranks 23rd after a T20 finish where he was in contention until a third round 73. Ranked 9th in strokes-gained tee-to-green, expect the Englishman to cement his place at Eastlake early.
Phil Mickelson sits 24th in the FedEx Cup race after a poor second half of the season. However, a solid four rounds resulting in T15 suggests he’ll be moving up the rankings this week to finalise his place on the Ryder Cup team.
After a T40 finish last week, Tiger Woods will be looking to make a move from 25th spot in the FedEx Cup this week around a course he has had success on and it should suite his approach-the-green game where he ranks T4 in strokes-gained.
Adam Scott moved up to 40th in the ranks after back-to-back top-five finishes which suggest he’s finally returning to form. Expect his game to continue trending in the right direction and he is a firm favourite for victory this week. Ranked seventh in SG: approach-the-green, he could well move into the top ten here.