We are halfway through the Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston, and the field has played quite well, with a number of golfers already 10 under par or better.
When the cut after two rounds is at one under par, you know the course is rather forgiving. Players like Rickie Fowler, who was at one over par through two days, is already taking an early trip home.
Here is some information for when and where to watch the final two rounds of the tournament, along with some of the top golfers in the field to watch for on Sunday and Monday.
Where: TPC Boston in Norton, Mass.
When: Sunday, September 1 and Monday, September 2
Watch (Same for Both Days): Golf Channel 1-3 p.m. ET, NBC 3-6 p.m. ET
Top Golfers to Watch For
After winning the PGA Championship, Jason Dufner is still awaiting another tournament win, even if it's not a major championship. He finished tied for 37th at The Barclays, but now he is in a much better position this weekend to pull out a win.
At the moment, Dufner is tied for fourth after putting up two straight scores of 66 to go 10 under par for the tournament. He's done a great job of putting through 36 holes, averaging just 1.54 putts per hole.
While he may not show his excitement on the course, it's clear that Dufner really wants another win. If he continues to play as consistently well as he has through two rounds, he'll be in very good shape to do just that.
It has been a very good year for Jason Day, who finished in the top 10 in three of the four major championships. He finished in third at the Masters and was tied for second at the U.S. Open, showing that he is becoming one of the best golfers in the world.
Things are continuing to look up for Day so far, who is eight under through the first two rounds. Like Dufner, Day has been consistent, shooting two straight rounds of 67 to put him tied for ninth on the leaderboard. He's been solid at getting on the green, getting there in regulation 83.33 percent of the time.
He may be five strokes off of the lead, but that deficit can be made up quickly on this course. He has the tools to make a surge, and there's a good chance for that to happen this weekend.
There's no player who's as constantly critiqued and monitored as much as Tiger Woods, and that continues to be the case in this tournament.
While Tiger failed yet again to win a major this year, he has won five tournaments already. He is trying to win No. 6 on Labor Day, but he's currently seven under par and six strokes back from the lead. His GIR of 88.89 percent and average driving distance of 305 yards has kept him in the tournament, but he's going to need to continue to play well in order to take the lead.
This season hasn't been a failure for Tiger, but it's certainly been a disappointment to him. While he has won a number of tournaments and is currently the leader in FedEx Cup points, he still wants to win the majors.
Until then, Tiger will just have to keep trying to win events like this one.