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Dell Technologies Championship: Jon Rahm displays unusual technique on range

31 Août 2017

Adam Scott has returned to the PGA Tour after a two-week break for the birth of his second child.

Adam Scott returns to the PGA Tour in Boston this week on a mission.

The 12th is the most dramatic of the two alterations, with early reviews mixed as players prepare for this week's Dell Technologies Championship.

Boston 25 Sports Director Tom Leyden sat down with Rich Brady, the Executive Director of The Dell Technologies Championship to discuss all the changes to enhance the course and the viewing experience.

What a way to introduce the 2017 FedExCup last week at the Northern Trust. He finished third in last week's playoff opener and he has two wins this season as well.

"Sometimes these forced rests, they can happen through injury or they can happen through my situation".

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Apparently FedEx Cup playoff events are no longer the domain of just "good" players - you've gotta be one of the best to win 'em.

The 37-year-old Scott will look to channel good vibes from his last visit to TPC Boston, when he came home with a wet sail in the final round to finish outright fourth behind 2016 victor Rory McIlroy.

The FedEx Cup Playoffs have made the end of the PGA TOUR season appointment viewing for golf fans, not only giving a sense of closure to a almost year-round schedule, but creating a level of drama unlike anything outside the major championships. The ASU alum needs a huge week to even sniff the top 10 in the Presidents Cup standings, more likely having to rely on a Captain's pick.

Marc Leishman missed the Northern Trust cut but at 20th on points he remains the leading Australian, while Brisbane youngster Cameron Smith also failed to make the weekend and dropped to 44th.

Dustin Johnson and Jordan Spieth certainly gave us a show to remember on Sunday at The Northern Trust.

Dell Technologies Championship: Jon Rahm displays unusual technique on range