Bradley wins BMW Championship, Tiger falls short once more

Bradley wins BMW Championship, Tiger falls short once more

Bradley wins BMW Championship, Tiger falls short once more

Americans Billy Horschel and Xander Schauffele finished tied for third, a shot off the pace, while Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy was fifth on 18-under following a final round 68.

A "delighted" Justin Rose of Britain assured the world number one ranking for the first time in his career Monday with a solo runner-up finish at the PGA BMW Championship.

American 14-time major victor Tiger Woods closed with a 65, moving up to a share of sixth, one shot behind McIlroy.

Storms sweeping across the East Coast of the United States wreaked havoc at the Aronimink Golf Club near Philadelphia with a soaked golf course finally being deemed unfit for Sunday play soon after 2pm local time. The top 30 in the FedEx Cup standings earn exemptions to the Masters, U.S. Open and Then Open - although Woods has lifetime entry to the Masters and an exemption through age 60 at The Open.

As usual, it crowded around Tiger Woods.

The top 30 in the standings after this event earned spots in the season-ending Tour Championship, to be played September 20-23 at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta.

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"I was in control of my own destiny and didn't have it this week, " said Spieth, who shot 73 on Monday at Aronimink Golf Club to tie for 54th.

The plan is for groups of three to begin play at 7:30 am EST off two tees at a time. Woods, coming back from injury, made the Tour Championship for the first time since 2013.

If at least half of the final round is completed Monday before more expected rain arrives then the remaining holes will be pushed to Tuesday.

The course has had in excess of 3 inches of rain for the week, according to Slugger White, vice president of rules and competition for the PGA Tour. Spieth is the first player to violate the policy, which began a year ago.

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

"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.

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