Bradley snaps six-year win drought to capture BMW crown

Bradley snaps six-year win drought to capture BMW crown

Rose, reigning Olympic champion and 2013 US Open victor, could have sealed victory with a par putt at the last regulation hole but missed narrowly.

However, a steady round proved not enough around a soaked Aronimink, with McIlroy's two-under 68 bettered by Rose, who shot a three-under 67, and eventual victor Bradley, whose six-under 64 took him into a play-off with the Englishman.

Tiger Woods made an early charge Monday to finish t-6 with Webb Simpson at 17-under.

"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".

Rose left the Aronimink course on Sunday night - where he won the AT&T National in 2010 - with his lips understandably tightly shut, but his words the previous evening, after his third-round 63, showed he realised what was on the line.

Justin Rose didn't win the 2018 BMW Championship - in fact, he lost in heartbreaking fashion during a sudden death playoff - but he did achieve something maybe even bigger on Monday at Aronimink.

The two-time FedEx Cup victor secured his spot in the Tour Championship with a top-10 performance at Aronimink. "I don't know if that counts".

"I assume it will either be a fine or I'm adding some in the fall", Spieth said.

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He decided at the time to keep faith with the Frenchman as his captain but says Lloris was preparing himself for any and all punishments.

One of the traits that makes Fowler a great golfer, is his ability to get so much distance off the tee with the wonderful amount of hip and shoulder turn he creates.

"If it becomes a situation, then I obviously accept whatever fine it is and move on and try and add one every year but it s kind of tough".

Both Bradley and Rose missed the green to the right on the playoff hole.

The Englishman (38) went into the final round one stroke clear of McIlroy and Xander Schauffele on 17-under par and looked set to claim the title when he birdied the 16th and 17th to go the last needing a par for victory. "But that second round. you can't shoot over par here and that threw me so much (further back)".

He put any doubts of him not being ready for the Ryder Cup to bed by firing off three straight rounds of 65 to start off the BMW Championship. The top 30 players in the FedEx Cup standings will take part in that tournament.

"I feel like I'm definitely a lot more rested and ready to go than most guys here, I'm sure", Fowler said. That was about the time he was just starting to cope with back pain. He joins eight other players in the last 20 years to win a major and a World Golf Championship and reach No. 1 in the world.

That means he will have played only 24 tournaments this season.

Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy, who trailed then-leader Rose by one shot after round three, finished fifth following a 68.

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