It was a Monday play-off victory for Keegan Bradley, USA, over Justin Rose of England in the BMW Championship at Aronimink Golf Club.
Keegan and BMW Championship Trophy / getty
Keegan, -6 under par 64 in his final round, and Justin, -3 under 67 today, were tied at the top of the BMW Championship tournament with -20 under par totals. Keegan prevailed with a par at the first extra hole, the pat four 18th, giving him his first PGA Tour victory for six years;
“This is just incredible, it’s been a hard road back.”
“I was getting emotional.”
Justin could have won in regulation but bogeyed the difficult uphill 18th to fall into a playoff, then missed a short par putt on the first extra hole. In consolation he became the Worlds number 1;
“That’s an amazing achievement, something I’m extraordinarily proud of.”
” I’m delighted to be world No. 1. It’s a boyhood dream.”
Billy Horschel, -3 under 64 today and Xander Schauffele with a last round -3 under 67 shared third place at -19 under.