Tiger shoots 65 to qualify for Tour Championship

Posted September 11, 2018

Justin Rose climbed to second after his second-place finish at the BMW Championship on Monday. Bradley made three more birdies on the back nine to head to the 18th tee tied for the lead with Rose.

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

Rose, who reeled off nine consecutive pars to finish round three on Saturday after an outward nine of 29, also finished runner-up in this event past year albeit at another venue. Play was also suspended Saturday morning as players watched rain pelt the course.

Tiger Woods, meanwhile was five shots behind after a 66 in the third round that didn't allow him to make up any ground on the lead.

Rose could have won in regulation but lipped out on the last hole to force the playoff.

Unlike most tournaments on the PGA Tour, there is a smaller field to split the $9 million prize pool with as the FedEx Cup playoffs have narrowed down the players eligible to compete over the past two weeks. His chances to represent US teams in global play had dried up, his preferred putting method was banned, and the confidence that once put him on the cusp of greatness was shot.

At the 425-yard par-4 11th, Cantlay got on in 2 and missed his par putt from 5 feet, finishing with a 3-putt bogey.

Bradley two-putted from just off the green for the victory, which sees him jump to 6th in the FedEx Cup standings.

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Woods took away any suspense of getting back to the Tour Championship for the first time since 2013.

"We are trying to play today and if we do play and happen to get finished so be it but the weather doesn't look promising", White said.

Keegan Bradley is 30th and would be exempt for the first three major championships in 2019.

"I just wish I could have enjoyed the moment maybe, and this just slightly dampens it".

"I'm very proud of it, it's been a good stretch of golf, I've really played solidly for over a year".

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

"It's a game changer for a player like me that's not in the top 50 to get in the Tour Championship", he said. This year he did not add a new event, and the Ryder Cup - which counts - will give him just 24. They are exempt from the policy by playing 25 events.

"I obviously accept whatever fine it is and move on and try and add one every year, but it's kind of tough", Spieth said.