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The Deutsche Bank Championship
The Deutsche Bank Championship is New England's premier PGA TOUR Playoff event, held over Labor Day weekend at TPC Boston in Norton, Mass. Since its inception, the Deutsche Bank Championship has generated more than $25 million for the Tiger Woods Foundation and local New England-area charities.
The 2015 Deutsche Bank Championship is the second event of the FedExCup Playoffs featuring the top 100 PGA TOUR professionals. Defending champion Chris Kirk is expected to take on the world's best, including our distinguished list of past champions -- Henrik Stenson, Webb Simpson, Charley Hoffman, Adam Scott, Vijay Singh, Steve Stricker, Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy -- and many more.
When: Wednesday, Sept. 2-Monday, Sept. 7, 2015 (Labor Day weekend)
Where: TPC Boston, Norton, Mass.
- Par 36/35 - 71
- Total: 7,214 yards
Purse: $8 million. First place - $1,440,000; FedExCup First Place points: 2,500
About Deutsche Bank
Deutsche Bank is a leading global investment bank with a strong and profitable private clients franchise. A leader in Germany and Europe, the bank is continuously growing in North America, Asia and key emerging markets. With 80,849 employees in 72 countries, Deutsche Bank competes to be the leading global provider of financial solutions for demanding clients, creating exceptional value for its shareholders and people.
As part of this mission, the Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation and Community Development Group carry out Deutsche Bank's commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility in the U.S., Latin America and Canada. Through a strategic program of loans, investments and philanthropic grants, the Foundation and the Community Development Group focus on community development, education and the arts. The Bank holds the distinction of an "outstanding" Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) rating from the Federal Reserve Bank and the New York State Banking Department. Through its Microcredit Development Fund, the Bank also plays a leading role in fueling the growth and reach of Microcredit programs around the world.
Deutsche Bank ranks among the global leaders in corporate banking and securities, transaction banking, asset management and private wealth management, and has significant private and business banking franchise in Germany and other selected countries in Continental Europe.
Deutsche Bank Securities Inc., member NYSE, NASD and SIPC, is the investment banking and securities arm of Deutsche Bank AG in the United States.
In 2008, the Deutsche Bank Championship became the first and only "carbon neutral" event on the PGA TOUR, a designation that still rings true today. The Championship further looked to reduce its carbon footprint in 2010 by adopting the following measures:
- Partnered with First Climate to provide an analysis of the DBC's emission sources, recommendations on how to make reductions and detailed follow-up on the results.
- Provided recycled base for the volunteer uniform pickup.
- Worked with our partners to provide easy to use recycling bins and aluminum and plastic bottle depositories.
- Our transportation provider used bio-diesel fuel while shuttling the spectators of the Championship around the property.
- PGA TOUR players and Championship personnel were provided with 120 vehicles for Championship week. These included several ActiveHybrid automobiles, as well as Advanced Diesel vehicles.
- 100% recycled paper used in Championship office all year long.
We encourage all of our parnters to take advantage of the Championship's efforts and create programming that allows for further development of their own green initiatives.
The top 100 players in the FedExCup point standings are expected to compete in the $8 million Deutsche Bank Championship (DBC) in cooperation with EMC at TPC Boston in the second of four events in the PGA TOUR's FedExCup Playoffs.
Proceeds from the tournament benefit the Tiger Woods Foundation's college-access programs including the Earl Woods Scholarship Program and Tiger Woods Learning Centers, as well as local New England charities.
Defending champion: Chris Kirk: 73-66-64-66 = 2692014 runners-up:
- Geoff Ogilvy: 70-71-65-65 = 271
- Russell Henley: 70-66-65-70 = 271
- Billy Horschel: 69-66-67-69 = 271
Believe it or not, there have been seven holes-in-one over the past 10 years at the Deutsche Bank Championship. Take a look back at those players who were able to score an ace at TPC Boston.
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