Published: Tue, September 11, 2018
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Bradley takes BMW Championship in playoff

Bradley takes BMW Championship in playoff

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

A freakish scenario faces three-time major victor Jordan Spieth should a rainy forecast prove true and no golf takes place on Monday.

"It's been a consistent season so I'm glad to have made the Tour Champs; hopefully my last event of the year will be my best and I can get a win", Leishman, whose 68 lifted him to a share of 41st at six under.

"I've played a few tournaments where I've come close at the end, and just didn't quite, obviously, get the 'W, '" Woods said.

The BMW Championship was Spieth's 23rd event, and the Ryder Cup in three weeks will be his 24th.

"I just want to say go Patriots", said Bradley. "I kind of fell off the radar there for a little while".

Bryson DeChambeau enters the Tour Championship atop the FedEx Cup points race.

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Woods didn't win the BMW Championship, which finished Monday due to a rainy weekend, but on two separate occasions he drew within a stroke of the lead.

But not getting a final round would obviously affect several players who are trying to finish among the top 30 in points and advance to the season-ending Tour Championship that begins September 20.

By this stage Bradley was making his charge at 18-under for the tournament, while playing partner Rose was stretching away at the same mark and Xander Schauffele had moved one ahead. That projects him to move up 22 spots into the 30th position in the FedEx Cup, which would bump out Jordan Spieth. He found a bunker on the par-3 14th for another bogey. "Boyhood dreams, you know what I mean?"

"A lot has happened to me over these six years", Bradley said. No one has violated the 2-year-old policy, and the tour has not figured out a punishment. If not, the final round could be scrapped and the 54-hole scores would stand.

As for falling foul of a PGA Tour policy that requires players to play at least 25 events in a season or to add a new event that they haven't played in the last four, he sounded unconcerned. "It's tough to go from being on Ryder Cup teams, being on Presidents Cup teams to being outside the top 100 in the world".

"Nor would we start a round on Monday thinking we could not get half the field finished", he said.

After graduating from St. John's with a bachelor's degree in sports management in 2008, Bradley turned pro and had a lot of success on mini tour's before earning his PGA tour card in 2011.

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