Keegan Bradley wins BMW Championship after epic Justin Rose choke

Keegan Bradley wins BMW Championship after epic Justin Rose choke

Woods finished five under on the day and -17 overall, now putting him one stroke behind Xander Schauffele, two strokes behind Justin Rose and Billy Horschel and three behind leader Keegan Bradley.

Bradley, who shot a final round 6-under 64 to finish at 20-under 260, thrust his arms toward the grey sky and drizzle in celebration and waved his family toward him. Rose chose to putt his ball and left himself a knee-knocking five-footer, which he missed, allowing Bradley to tap in for the victory.

Britain's Justin Rose owns a one-shot lead at 17-under par 193 for 54 holes and could rise to world number one with a third PGA victory this season.

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PGA Tour officials had to postpone the final round at Aronimink because of persistent rain, which is forecast to continue.

"I just wish I could have enjoyed the moment maybe, and this just slightly dampens it". He said it wasn't how he wanted to get to No. 1, but he was ecstatic regardless.

Even though Woods prefers tougher conditions this is the second time over the last month he's almost gotten it done in a birdie-fest, including the PGA Championship at Bellerive. "It's (the stuff of) boyhood dreams".

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Woods began the final round at Aronimink Golf Club in Newtown Square, Pa. five shots off the lead of England's Justin Rose. If he doesn't qualify, Spieth would violate a recent policy requiring PGA Tour members to play a tournament they haven't been to in the last four years. Billy Horschel and Xander Schauffele were tied one shot back and Rory McIlroy finished in fifth at 18-under. "Was riding some momentum (after the Dell Technologies Championship) but all in all, just game kind of got a little off". Here's the breakdown for every player who finish up the soggy week on Monday. It's tough to go from being on Ryder Cup teams, being on Presidents Cup teams, to outside the top 100 in the world.

But he missed the green on 10 and made bogey. "The quest to get better is what I really wake up for in the morning. and what gets me out of bed".

American Xander Schauffele and Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy shared second place, with Schauffele a strong candidate to be named the final Ryder Cup team selection on Monday by U.S. captain Jim Furyk.

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The top 30 on a season-long points list advance to the Tour Championship in Atlanta starting on Thursday week.

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