Some of the greatest golfers in the world are descending on Greater Boston for the Dell Technologies Championship in Norton, Massachusetts. Formerly known as the Deutsche Bank Championship, the event takes place between Aug. 31 and Sept. 3. Here are some of the biggest names to look out for.
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RIDGEWOOD, NJ - AUGUST 22: Tiger Woods of the USA in action during the Pro Am event prior to the start of The Northern Trust at Ridgewood CC, on August 22, 2018 in Ridgewood, New Jersey. (Photo by Andrew Redington/Getty Images)
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A rising star in golf, Bryson DeChambeau's first-place finish in The Northern Trust had him leading the crowd in the FedEx Cup standings going into the Dell Technologies Championship. He also won the Memorial Tournament in June and has eight top 10 finishes.
Dustin Johnson is second in the FedEx Cup, but first in the Official World Golf Ranking. He has 10 first-place finishes in the last three years, including in the 2016 U.S. Open.
Ranked third in the FedEx Cup, Justin Thomas has eight first-place finishes since 2017, the most recent being at the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational on Aug. 5. Thomas was the winner of last year's PGA Championship.
The runner up at The Northern Trust, Tony Finau now sits fourth in the FedEx Cup. He will be looking for his second ever PGA Tour victory at the Dell Technologies Championship.
Brooks Koepka, ranked fifth in the FedEx Cup, has won two events in 2018, both major championships. He repeated as victor of the U.S. Open in June and followed it up by winning the PGA Championship on Aug. 12.
Justin Rose, ranked sixth in the FedEx Cup, sunk in the rankings after not making the cut at The Northern Trust. He tied for second in this year's Open Championship and won two other events. Rose won the U.S. Open back in 2013.
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Two-time Masters winner Bubba Watson has won three events this year. He is seventh in the FedEx Cup rankings going into Dell.
Australia's Jason Day has two tournament wins this year. He is ranked eighth in the FedEx Cup. Day won the PGA Championship in 2015.
2012 U.S. Open winner Webb Simpson is ranked ninth in the FedEx Cup. He has one first-place and one second-place finish this year, but he has been in the top 10 a total of seven times in 2018.
One of golf's biggest stars, Phil Mickelson has five majors titles and earned his first tour victory since 2013 at this year's WGC-Mexico Championship. He is ranked 10th in the FedEx Cup.
Patrick Cantlay is ranked 11th in the FedEx Cup. The 26-year-old had his first PGA Tour victory this year.
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Patrick Reed, who won the 2018 Masters Tournament, is ranked 12th in the FedEx Cup.
Billy Horschel was ranked 41st in the FedEx Cup before he tied for third in The Northern Trust. He now sits at 14th.
22-year-old Aaron Wise earned his first tour victory at the AT&T Byron Nelson in May. Tying for fifth at The Northern Trust sent him into the Dell Technologies Championship ranked 15th in the FedEx Cup.
Cameron Smith of Australia finds himself ranked 16th in the FedEx Cup after tying for third at The Northern Trust.
Missing the cut at The Northern Trust, Spain's Jon Rahm goes to Dell ranked 17th in the FedEx Cup. He placed fourth in two major championships this year.
Patton Kizzire has two wins on the tour this year. He is ranked 18th in the FedEx Cup before Dell.
Kevin Na's second PGA Tour win came in July at The Greenbrier. He is ranked 19th in the FedEx Cup.
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Paul Casey is 20th in the FedEx Cup rankings going into Dell. He has one win and five top 10 finishes this year.
Kyle Stanley, ranked 21st in the FedEx Cup, is looking for his first PGA Tour win of the season when he heads to the Dell Technologies Championship.
England's Tommy Fleetwood was the runner up at this year's U.S. Open. He goes to Dell ranked 23rd in the FedEx Cup.
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Marc Leishman, who came in sixth in last year's FedEx Cup, is ranked 24th ahead of Dell this year.
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One of the most prolific golfers of all time, Tiger Woods has won 14 majors (second only to Jack Nicklaus) and 79 PGA Tour events (just three more wins would tie him with Sam Snead for the most of all time). In what has been a comeback season, Woods was the runner up at the PGA Championship in August. Sitting in 25th place in the FedEx Cup, Woods is coming to Norton in search of his first win since 2013.
Rory McIlroy, ranked 28th in the FedEx Cup, had a win back in March at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. He won four major championships between 2011 and 2014.
Jordan Spieth had 10 PGA Tour wins between 2015 and 2017, but he is looking for his first of 2018 at the Dell Technologies Championship. He is 33rd in the FedEx Cup.
Australia's Adam Scott, the winner of the 2013 Masters Tournament, is fresh off a third-place finish at the PGA Championship earlier this month. He tied for fifth in the Northern Trust and goes to Dell ranked 40th.
Vermont native Keegan Bradley won the PGA Championship in 2011. Ranked 47th in the FedEx Cup, a victory at Dell would be his first on the PGA Tour since 2012.
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Hideki Matsuyama had three first-place finishes in 2017, when he finished eighth in the FedEx Cup. He has only placed in the top 10 twice this year, and he is now ranked 58th in the FedEx Cup.