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Topic - Deutsche Bank Championship
The Deutsche Bank Championship is a PGA Tour golf tournament that occurs every year on Labor Day weekend. The tournament began in 2003 and is held at the Tournament Players Club of Boston in Norton, Massachusetts. The title sponsor, Deutsche Bank, has announced it will sponsor this event in Boston through 2012. Unlike most tournaments, this tournament is intended to end on a Monday due to its scheduling near Labor Day. The purse for 2011 is $8,000,000, with $1,440,000 to the winner. - Source: Wikipedia
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