What better way to celebrate Labor Day weekend than by watching some of the best golfers in the world battle it out for the Deutsche Bank Championship. At Vivid Seats, you'll find Deutsche Bank Championship tickets well in advance of the tournament, allowing you to watch the PGA's top 100 at TPC Boston as they compete for the FedExCup and for the $8 million purse. We’re committed to getting you on the course so you can see it all in person, and part of our committment means providing you with a fast, simple, and secure way to buy Deutsche Bank Championship tickets every year. To show our confidence in our marketplace, we back your purchase with our 100% Buyer’s Guarantee, and you can depend on quick assistance from the Vivid Seats customer support team if you ever need it.
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One of the most highly anticipated PGA Golf events of the year is headed for Massachusetts. The 11th annual Deutsche Bank Championship – the year’s second FedExCup Playoff event – will take place over Labor Day weekend at TPC Boston, where it has been held since its inception in 2003. This event is unique in that it takes place from Friday to Monday, whereas other PGA Tour tournaments run Thursday through Sunday. The Deutsche Bank Championship boasts an incredible list of former winners, with stars such as Adam Scott –who recorded his first career PGA Tour win at the event in 2003 – Vijay Singh, Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Steve Stricker, Webb Simpson, and Rory McIlroy all hoisting the first-place trophy in years past.
The 2012 edition did not disappoint, as McIlroy, Woods, Mickelson, and Scott all finished in the top seven. The 2013 event should be just as exciting, as McIlroy will be looking to notch back-to-back wins at the event. While the 24-year-old Irish superstar has failed to secure a win thus far this year, his dominance at the event last year bodes well for his chances this time around.