Tour’s Top-100 Tee It Up in Boston

With only three events left on the 2016-17 PGA Tour schedule, only the top-100 players in the FedEx Cup standings are in Boston for the Dell Technologies Championship.

While there is plenty to still be sorted over the next three tournaments, you can catch the early-round drama exclusively on PGA TOUR LIVE, which will have coverage beginning early Friday morning.

The Dell Technologies Championship runs from Friday through Monday, finishing on Labor Day. The top-6 players are guarnateed to be featured during PGA TOUR LIVE‘s coverage window over the first two days of the event, but the second Featured Group for Friday and Saturday will be decided by a fan vote.

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The first two days of the Dell Technologies Championship will be live streamed on PGA TOUR LIVE beginning at 8:30 a.m. EST, giving subscribers 10 hours of live golf that otherwise would go unseen.

Through the Tour’s partnership with Twitter, the first hour-plus of the PGA TOUR LIVE broadcast can be seen for free. You can vote who you would like to see in Friday’s second Featured Group below. 

Here is PGA TOUR LIVE’s schedule for the Dell Technologies Championship.

Friday:
Broadcast time: 8:30AM/ET – 6:30PM/ET
Twitter Window: 8:30AM/ET – Approx. 9:45AM/ET
Featured Groups
9:15 AM/ET – Off Hole 10: Dustin Johnson / Jordan Spieth / Justin Thomas
Twitter Vote Choices:
9:03 AM/ET – Off Hole 10: Brooks Koepka / Daniel Berger / Charley Hoffman
8:51 AM/ET – Off Hole 10: Brian Harman / Pat Perez / Matt Kuchar
9:15 AM/ET – Off Hole 1: Kyle Stanley / Marc Leishman / Jason Dufner
9:03 AM/ET – Off Hole 1: Louis Oosthuizen / Xander Schauffele / Charles Howell III

Saturday:
Broadcast time: 8:30AM/ET – 6:30PM/ET
Twitter Window: 8:30AM/ET – Approx. 9:45AM/ET
Featured Groups
9:15 AM/ET – Off Hole 10: Hideki Matsuyama / Jon Rahm / Rickie Fowler
Twitter Vote Choices:
9:03 AM/ET – Off Hole 10: Jhonattan Vegas / Kevin Kisner / Paul Casey
8:51 AM/ET – Off Hole 10: Webb Simpson / Kevin Chappell / Adam Hadwin
9:15 AM/ET – Off Hole 1: Russell Henley / Justin Rose / Brendan Steele
9:03 AM/ET – Off Hole 1: Jason Day / Sergio Garcia / Billy Horschel

PGATL will move to Featured Hole coverage on Friday and Saturday at 3 p.m. Featured Hole Coverage will consist of the 16th (Par-3) and 18th (Par-5) holes. 

On Sunday and Monday, PGATL’s broadcast will begin at 8:30 a.m. ET with Featured Group and Featured Hole coverage to be determined later this week.

Last year’s second leg of the FedEx Cup Playoffs – then known as the Deutsche Bank Championship – was won by Rory McIlroy. McIlroy’s one-shot win over Henrik Stenson began his run to become the 2016 FedEx Cup Champion.

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About PGA TOUR LIVE: PGA TOUR LIVE is a subscription-based digital platform service that offers live coverage of two concurrent featured group pairings during morning competition prior to the start of the regularly scheduled television coverage. It also offers live-streaming coverage from select holes after early-round group coverage has concluded. You can watch on iOS, Android, computer or Apple TV 4 for one-tap access to live golf. Keep track of your followed players across all devices with a free account.

Starting with the CareerBuilder Challenge, broadcast of all tournaments for the rest of the 2016-17 PGA Tour season will be available on PGA TOUR LIVE except for the majors (The Masters, U.S. Open, The Open Championship, PGA Championship) and alternate-field events. 

Monthly subscriptions are $5.99 and an annual subscription is available for $39.99. 

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