The Deutsche Bank Championship 2010 leaderboard was pretty high early. Although the Deutsche Bank Championship 2010 had to start earlier, the Deutsche Bank championship leaderboard has shown no ill effects. The top 100 players in the FedEx Cup standings started the tournament 40 minutes early, due to fears over Hurricane Earl. But before the rain came, the players hoped to get off to blazing starts while the skies were clear. As such, the Deutsche Bank Championship 2010 leaderboard has some early hot streaks, although Tiger Woods could not match them.
Hurricane Earl pushed the opening 7:40 am tee time to 7 am, as the tournament hoped to avoid the worst of the storm. Thus far, conditions have not done anything to hurt play in the least. In fact, more than a dozen players have already shot in the 60’s
Thus far, the Deutsche Bank Championship 2010 leaderboard has Jason Day and Zach Johnson leading at -8. What’s more, seven players are already at -7, including Rory McIlory. Steve Stricker is among those at -6, and Vijay Singh, Jim Fuyrk and FedEx Cup leaderMatt Kuchar among those at -5
The tournament is full of red scores right now, but no one knows if it will stay that way through the week. The Deutsche Bank Championship 2010 leaderboard is still missing the likes of Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Ernie Els and Dustin Johnson, since they were the exceptions to the hot starts
Given the state of the Deutsche Bank Championship 2010 leaderboard, things looked to be favorable for them to have big rounds too. Yet Woods and Els are at +2 on the front nine, and Johnson is actually in last place at +4 through six. Mickelson is doing better at -2, yet that still leaves him several shots back.
The mystery of Woods and Mickelson’s play has gotten no clearer, as Woods tries to improve on his step forward last week, and Mickelson tries to get back on track. But in terms of the FedEx Cup standings, Woods needs to do more to qualify for next week than Mickelson does – especially after this start.
No matter what, things stand to be chaotic at the Deutsche Bank Championship 2010, whether it’s with Woods, the rain, or the ever changing FedEx Cup leaderboard. There stands to be fireworks in Boston on this Labor Day weekend, even if play is interrupted at some point.
Although the Deutsche Bank Championship 2010 leaderboard already has low scores, it seems those that are on the course right now aren’t having the same luck. Given how hot everyone else has started, it puts Woods and company in a gaping hole already.
PGA Tour- “2010 Leaderboard”
New York Times- “Deutsche Bank Championship Prepares for Storm”