Bmw Championship Faces Monday Finish Hopefully

Bmw Championship Faces Monday Finish Hopefully

Bmw Championship Faces Monday Finish Hopefully

Bradley, 32, outlasted newly-minted World No. 1 Justin Rose to win the BMW Championship, the third leg of the FedEx Cup Playoffs.

On a rain-soaked Aronimink-players teed off in threesomes early Monday morning after the final round was rained out completely on Sunday-Bradley and Rose emerged from a bunched leaderboard that included Tiger Woods, who finished three shots out of a playoff at 17-under.

Bradley, 32, burst onto the scene with a major victory at the 2011 PGA Championship, but until Monday had not won since 2012. It was also his first title since abandoning the controversial belly putter.

"Lots of hard work", he said when asked what has gone into this comeback. I'm very proud of it, it's been a good stretch of golf, I've really played solidly for over a year. It's tough to go from being on Ryder Cup teams, being on Presidents Cup teams, to outside the top 100 in the world. "That was hard." Bradley responded by regrouping with coach Darren May and slowly revamping his game to its peak form. "Because for a little while, I didn't know if I was going to be able to get back to this spot, and today I did it".

"I've won before, and I win and I finish, and I go home, just me", Bradley said.

Tee times slowly got pushed back from 9am, to noon, then 1pm.


Still, Matsuyama, along with Bradley and Rose, finished among the top 30 who are eligible to compete in the September 20-23 event at the East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta.

Justin Rose said that it was the stuff of "boyhood dreams" after becoming golf's new world No 1 yesterday. "When you talk about your career those are the three highlights and I now have another string to the bow". He hit a rough second shot and then a poor pitch before lipping out on a lengthy putt.

The Queenslander posted third-place results in the opening two events of the playoffs but couldn't sustain his momentum at the BMW Championship. Justin Rose shot 65 and briefly pressured the victor before finishing tied for second with Rickie Fowler.

Woodland finished 19th at the Tour Championship a year ago, posting a final score of 1-under 279 at East Lake.

The pick was to be announced a short time after the BMW Championship ends, whenever it ends.

Not only does Woods keep his positive momentum flowing, but he'll have the chance to prove himself at the Tour Championship in Atlanta.

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