TPC Boston is a private golf club located in Norton, Massachusetts and is part of the 21 Club, TPC Network owned and operated by the PGA TOUR. The Club opened on June 28, 2002 and was designed by Arnold Palmer. The Club has quickly risen in stature in part due to hosting the Deutsche Bank Championship over Labor Day weekend since 2003.
Recently, the Club has continued to evolve with an extensive course renovation to all 18 holes led by architect Gil Hanse, which recently won the "Best New Remodel" Award. The course has developed a more traditional look and feel emulating some of the great old golf courses in New England. Stack sodded bunkers, chocolate drop mounds, wispy fescue and rock walls frame many of the holes visually, while a heightened emphasis to shot selection is also quite evident. The new look has been matched by the implementation of traditional caddie program for the Members as TPC Boston provides a PGA TOUR experience not only during the Deutsche Bank Championship, but all season long.
Set on 360 acres of seclusion it possesses a par 72, 7,241 yard layout. Four to five sets of tee boxes per hole allow for the course to challenge the greatest golfers in the world, while not intimidating the high handicapper. TPC Boston utilizes 7,214 yards of their layout for the Deutsche Bank Championship course during Championship week over Labor Day weekend.