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TPC Boston

Norton, Massachusetts
Norton, Massachusetts
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Designed by Arnold Palmer with Ed Seay in 2002, the course at TPC Boston began hosting the annual PGA Tour’s Deutche Bank Championship the following year. Unusually, this four day professional event (latterly the Dell Technologies Championship) was played from Friday to Monday, ending on Labor Day, until its demise in 2018.

Gil Hanse and his associate Jim Wagner renovated the golf course (in conjunction with PGA Tour player Brad Faxton) five years after it opened, and although they retained much of the original routing, they changed the layout's New England persona and greatly enhanced its strategic challenge.

Notable holes include the new, short par four 4th, the updated par five 7th (with its version of Pine Valley’s “Hell’s Half Acre” bunker) and the 412-yard 17th (where a new ridge protected by church pews splits the fairway).

In 2020 TPC Boston staged The Northern Trust (formerly The Barclays) for the first time. The event will subsequently rotate between TPC Boston and Liberty National Golf Club, returning to Norton in 2022.

TPC Boston is no stranger to FedEx Cup Playoffs, of course. M. James Ward took a closer look at the 7th, 8th, 12th and 18th holes before the 2017 FedEx Cup Playoffs / Dell Technologies Championship: Four holes to watch at TPC Boston

Designed by Arnold Palmer with Ed Seay in 2002, the course at TPC Boston began hosting the annual PGA Tour’s Deutche Bank Championship the following year. Unusually, this four day professional event (latterly the Dell Technologies Championship) was played from Friday to Monday, ending on Labor Day, until its demise in 2018.

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Gil Hanse

Hanse earned a Master's degree in Landscape Architecture from Cornell University in 1989, achieving the William Frederick Dreer Award, which allowed him to spend a year overseas with Hawtree Ltd.

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