McIlroy fifth after putting woes as Bradley wins play-off — BMW Championship

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Woodland's 15-under 265 left him in a three-way tie for 12th, five shots behind champion Keegan Bradley, who beat Justin Rose with a par on the first playoff hole.

Bradley parred the first extra hole to edge Englishman Rose after the pair had finished regulation at 20-under-par 260 at waterlogged Aronimink.

Rory McIlroy's BMW Championship charge was washed away by the Pennsylvania rain as he finished two shots off eventual victor Keegan Bradley in fifth at Aronimink Golf Club.

Shortly after this video the PGA Tour finally confirmed at 2pm that play was called off for the day, putting everyone out of their misery.

"It's been a good stretch of golf, I've played really solidly for the best part of a year". Woodland handled life on the FedEx Cup bubble with more poise than a mid-major coach who spends every March working feverishly to position his team for a bid to the NCAA Tournament.

This is significant because it's the first time Spieth has missed the Tour Championship as a professional, but it's also significant because Spieth will end the season with only 24 tournaments played.

The Queenslander posted third-place results in the opening two events of the playoffs but couldn't sustain his momentum at the BMW Championship.

This is Bradley's first PGA tour victory in six years. Tiger Woods is tied for 11th, 5 strokes back.

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. Only the top 30 in the FedEx Cup rankings move on to the Tour Championship at East Lake in two weeks.

Tiger Woods moved from 25th to 20th in the playoff standings with his sixth-place finish at the BMW.

"In order to win out here you've got to be consistent and on a golf course like this, even par is not going to do a whole lot, " Woods said. "The belly putter was a tougher transition than I thought, and I kind of fell off the radar there for a little while".

In an announcement video on Twitter, Finau said: "I'm so excited to be on the Ryder Cup team and I can't wait to get to Paris". Because he didn't add to his schedule a tournament he had not played in the last four years, he is in violation of the PGA Tour's scheduling policy.

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