So, for those of you scoring at home, Woods, Rose and Johnson all left Atlanta on top. Got it?
Everyone from Bo Jackson to Donald Trump tweeted various forms of congratulations.
”Justin Rose beats Tiger Woods” is not a headline you’re going to see splattered across the Internet.
Rory McIlroy used to dream about playing with Tiger Woods in the final group in the final round of a tournament. Sunday at East Lake, he’ll find out what it feels like for real.
Justin Rose is No. 1 in the world. On Friday at East Lake, he was treated like, well, No. 2.
This year’s winner at East Lake will take home $1.62 million, while the FedEx Cup winner will win the $10 million prize.
Justin Rose lost the battle on Monday at the BMW Championship, but in a way, he won the war.
Keegan Bradley tops Justin Rose on first playoff hole in BMW Championship, his first win in six years
It hasn’t been a famine economically, but Keegan Bradley has been chasing more than money in recent years, playing also to rejoin the game’s elite. He took a major stride toward that goal at Aronimink Golf Club on Monday.
“I’ve really played well all year if you think about it. I’ve had so many chances to win—should have won a lot more."
The No. 1 reason Justin Rose would be fine if they didn’t play another hole at the BMW? Becoming No. 1
Like the rest of the players in the field at the BMW Championship, Justin Rose didn’t come close to hitting a shot on Sunday at Aronimink Golf Club. Yet his chances of winning the tournament appeared to improve anyway.
While PGA Tour officials can talk a good game about there being a “window of opportunity” on Monday where they can squeeze in the final round of the BMW Championship postponed from Sunday, don’t expect locals to buy it.