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. 30 and Sept. 4. Here are some of the biggest names to look out for.
Ranked 80th in the FedEx Cup going into Dell, Rafa Cabrera-Bello has three European Tour wins under his belt and tied for fourth earlier this year in the British Open.
Daniel Berger is ranked eighth in the FedEx Cup. The 24-year-old Florida native tied for 10th place in the Masters last year.
Vermont's own Keegan Bradley won the PGA Championship in 2011. He is currently ranked 47th in the FedEx Cup.
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Ranked 12th in the FedEx Cup, Paul Casey placed fifth last week in its first leg, the Northern Trust. Casey finished sixth in the Masters this year. His best majors performance came in the 2010 British Open, when he tied for third.
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After tying for sixth in the Northern Trust, Kevin Chappell is ranked 17th in the FedEx Cup. He tied for seventh in the Masters this year, but his best major finish came in 2011, when he tied for third in the U.S. Open.
Australia's Jason Day tied for sixth in the Northern Trust and is ranked 29th in the FedEx Cup. Day won the PGA Championship and placed second in 2016. He tied for ninth in that major championship this August.
Jason Dufner, winner of the PGA Championship in 2013 and runner up in 2011, is ranked 21st in the FedEx Cup.
Ranked sixth in the FedEx Cup, 28-year-old Rickie Fowler does not have a majors title, but in 2014, he did tie for second in the U.S. and British Opens, tying for third in the PGA Championship and for fifth in the Masters. This year, he tied for fifth in the U.S. Open and the PGA Championship.
Sergio Garcia of Spain won his first major title this year when he won the Masters Tournament. He is currently ranked 30th in the FedEx Cup.
Adam Hadwin's first PGA Tour victory came this year at the Valspar Championship. He is ranked 18th in the FedEx Cup.
Brian Harman tied for second in this year's U.S. Open. He is ranked 13th in the FedEx cup.
Ranked ninth in the FedEx Cup, Charley Hoffman had his best majors finish at the age of 40, placing eighth in this year's U.S. Open.
Dustin Johnson leads the ranks in this year's FedEx Cup. He placed first in the Northern Trust last week and won his first major title last year in the U.S. Open.
Zach Johnson, winner of the 2007 Masters and the 2015 British Open, is ranked 46th in the FedEx Cup.
Ranked 11th in the FedEx Cup, Kevin Kisner just enjoyed his first top 10 majors finish in August's PGA Championship, tying for seventh.
Brooks Koepka, ranked seventh in the FedEx Cup, won his first major championship the month after his 27th birthday at the U.S. Open.
After placing second in the British Open and finishing in the top 10 at the Masters and the PGA Championship this year, Matt Kuchar tied for 10th in the Northern Trust. He sits at 15 in the FedEx Cup rankings.
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Ranked 20th in this year's FedEx Cup, Marc Leishman's best majors performance came in 2015 when he tied for second in the British Open. He tied for sixth in that championship this year.
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Hideki Matsuyama went into the FedEx Cup ranked No. 1, but he dropped to fourth after failing to make the cut. Earlier this year, Matsuyama tied for second in the U.S. Open and tied for fifth in the PGA Championship.
Rory McIlroy notably won four major championships between 2011 and 2014. This year, the 28-year-old tied for seventh in the Masters and for fourth in the British Open. He is ranked 43rd in the FedEx Cup.
One of golf's biggest stars, Phil Mickelson won five major titles between 2004 and 2013. He placed second in last year's British Open, but did not have a top 20 majors finish this year. The 47-year-old, a pro since 1992, is ranked 58th in the FedEx Cup.
Louis Oosthuizen, the winner of the 2010 British Open, tied for 10th in the Northern Trust and is ranked 26th in the FedEx Cup.
Pat Perez is ranked 14th in the FedEx Cup this year. His only top 10 majors finish came in the 2005 PGA Championship, when he tied for sixth. He has two PGA Tour wins, including the OHL Classic at Mayakoba in November of 2016.
After tying for third in the Northern Trust, 22-year-old Jon Rahm of Spain is ranked fifth in this year's FedEx Cup.
Justin Rose's sole major title came in the 2013 U.S. Open, but he was runner up to Sergio Garcia in this year's Masters. He is ranked 24th in the FedEx Cup.
The winner of the 2011 Masters, Charl Schwartzel placed third in that tournament this season. He is ranked 49th in the FedEx Cup.
Australia's Adam Scott, the winner of the 2013 Masters Tournament, tied for ninth in this year's Masters. He is ranked 49th in the FedEx Cup.
Webb Simpson jumped from 25th to 16th in the FedEx Cup rankings after tying for sixth in the Northern Trust. He won the U.S. Open back in 2012.
Jordan Spieth is one of the best golfers on the scene today. He won the Masters and the U.S. Open in 2015, and he won the British Open this year. The Texas native, who turned 24 in July, finished second in the Northern Trust and is ranked second in the FedEx Cup.
Ranked 19th in the FedEx Cup, Kyle Stanley's second win on the PGA Tour came in July at the Quicken Loans National.
Justin Thomas, 24, is fresh off his first major title. He won the PGA Championship on Aug. 13. After tying for sixth in the Northern Trust, Thomas goes to Dell ranked third in the FedEx Cup.
Venezuela's Jhonattan Vegas was ranked 29th going into the FedEx Cup, but he tied for third in the Northern Trust and will enter Dell ranked 10th.
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Two-time Masters winner Bubba Watson has not finished in the top 20 since his second major title in 2014. But aftr tying for 10th in the Northern Trust, the veteran shot into the top 100 in the FedEx Cup. He is ranked 72nd before Dell.