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Boston PGA Tour Event Changes Name Again With Dell-EMC Merger

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The Boston-area FedExCup Playoffs event formerly known as the Deutsche Bank Championship "will now be called the Dell Technologies Championship" beginning in '17. This is the "second change in as many months for the second leg of the postseason." Tour officials last month announced that EMC Corporat...

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