Keegan Bradley wins BMW Championship after epic Justin Rose choke

Tanya Simon
September 11, 2018

FedEx Cup points were not the only thing on the line at the rain-delayed BMW Championship on Monday. White said that according to the PGA Tour's regulations, every effort is made to play 72 holes. "We're shovelling sand against the tide".

Schauffele bogeyed the 54th hole when he missed a 10-foot putt to fall out of a tie for the lead.

Rose's second straight runner-up finish helped him overtake Dustin Johnson atop the world ranking. Both Bradley and Rose came to the 18th hole at 21-under before Bradley, playing in the group ahead of Rose, made bogey to open the door for Rose.

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

"No 2 is an incredible spot to be in, and it's a week where there are many scenarios in play", he said.

The forecast was for light, scattered showers Monday morning, with thunderstorms developing in the afternoon.

The first tee time was scheduled for 7:30 a.m.

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Tiger Woods, Webb Simpson and Scott Piercy tee off at 8:40 am EST. He'd like another crack at Rose. It's tough to go from being on Ryder Cup teams, being on Presidents Cup teams, to outside the top 100 in the world.

CBS Sports will be with you the entire way updating this story with the latest scores, analysis and highlights from Round 4 of the 2018 BMW Championship, particularly while Woods is on the course.

Five-time BMW championship victor Tiger Woods mounted another vintage charge, but a late back-nine stumble has been the story of his comeback season from spinal fusion surgery. The race at the top is incredibly tight and could certainly be affected by what happens at the Tour Championship in two weeks.

And this was the kind of day when more than one mistake was going to be costly.

The BMW Championship is the third of four FedExCup playoff events on the PGA Tour.

"I turned pro at 18 and it took me 20 odd years to get to world No 1, but my advice would be to just dedicate yourself to improving, to learning, to trying to get better". 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.

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