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PGA Tour FedEx Cup Playoffs: BMW Championship tee times and pairings

By Greg Gottfried
The PGA Tour heads to Delaware for the first time for the second stop in the 2022 FedEx Cup Playoffs … the BMW Championship.

The top 70 players off the FedEx Cup eligibility list qualify to compete at Wilmington Country Club, with Will Zalatoris holding the top spot after his first PGA Tour win last week at TPC Southwind. Willy Z is joined by Scottie Scheffler — who is coming off a missed cut despite entering the playoffs as the No. 1 seed — Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth and defending FedEx Cup champ Patrick Cantlay.

After a topsy-turvy showing at the FedEx St Jude Championship, Cameron Smith will be missing this week’s event due to a nagging hip injury that was exacerbated last weekend. He’s in the No. 3 spot currently and is resting to be able to compete in next week’s Tour Championship.

The BMW Championship will look to replicate last year’s compelling close that featured a six-hole playoff between Cantlay and Bryson DeChambeau. The duo finished at 27-under for the week at Maryland’s Caves Valley Golf Club, with Cantlay having a magnificent putting performance when he gained 14.6 strokes on the green alone. Not too bad.

The winner will receive 2,000 FedEx Cup points and a $2.7 million cut of the $15 million purse.

Tee Times (all times EDT)

9:10am — Harold Varner III, Alex Noren
9:20am — Chris Kirk, Taylor Moore
9:30am — Troy Merritt, Chez Reavie
9:40am — Mackenzie Hughes, Si Woo Kim
9:50am — Kurt Kitayama, Sebastián Muñoz
10am — Keegan Bradley, Adam Scott
10:10am — Trey Mullinax, Mito Pereira
10:25am — Seamus Power, Shane Lowry
10:35am — Maverick McNealy, K.H. Lee
10:45am — Kevin Kisner, Corey Conners
10:55am — J.T. Poston, Joohyung Kim
11:05am — Collin Morikawa, Tom Hoge
11:15am — Max Homa, Jordan Spieth
11:25am — Xander Schauffele, Patrick Cantlay
11:40am — Sam Burns, Tony Finau
11:50am — Justin Thomas, Sungjae Im
Noon — Taylor Pendrith, Marc Leishman
12:10pm — Matt Kuchar, Brendan Steele
12:20pm — Adam Hadwin, Christiaan Bezuidenhout
12:30pm — Lucas Herbert, Emiliano Grillo
12:40pm — Tyrrell Hatton, Cam Davis
12:55pm — Scott Stallings, Andrew Putnam
1:05pm — Luke List, Russell Henley
1:15pm — Keith Mitchell, Cameron Tringale
1:25pm — Lucas Glover, Denny McCarthy
1:35pm — J.J. Spaun, Aaron Wise
1:45pm — Davis Riley, Sahith Theegala
1:55pm — Billy Horschel, Brian Harman
2:10pm — Viktor Hovland, Joaquin Niemann
2:20pm — Jon Rahm, Hideki Matsuyama
2:30pm — Sepp Straka, Rory McIlroy
2:40pm — Will Zalatoris, Scottie Scheffler
2:50pm — Matt Fitzpatrick, Cameron Young
3pm — Alex Smalley, Wyndham Clark

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