Woods delivered the perfect ending to his amazing return from four back surgeries on Sunday with a performance that felt like the old days.
The teaching pro from the ACE Club made his only two birdies of the final round on the 17th and 18th holes and defeated two-time champion Stu Ingraham by one stroke.
A collection of shots from the last day of the BMW Championship at Aronimink Golf Club.
On a day when players went low, the course and the crew were the real winners.
Philly's most favored golfer supplants Dustin Johnson on top of the world rankings but, after losing the tournament in a playoff, does not relish the moment … at least, not at first.
The 28-year-old player put together a consistent season with 11 top-10 finishes. He finished tied for eighth in the BMW Championship.
Spieth finished tied for 55th at Aronimink, his three-over, final round 73 not only costing him a spot in the season-ending Tour Championship but likely earning himself a PGA Tour punishment thanks to an arcane, two-year-old rule.
Woods is seeking his first victory since 2013. Still, at 42, he has posted top-five finishes five times this year.
Bradley parred the first hole of a sudden-death playoff to defeat Rose, who had won his previous two events in the Philly area.
Xander Schauffele and Tony Finau have made Jim Furyk's fourth captain's pick a prickly one.
PGA Tour officials waited all day in vain for the rain to stop at Aronimink Golf Club, forcing the final round of the FedExCup playoff event to be set back to Monday.
Tiger Woods is at 12 under after three rounds of the tournament at Aronimink, but has a lot of ground to make up if he is to challenge for the title.
It's no secret that when captain Jim Furyk makes the announcement Monday, the 12th player on his 2018 U.S. Ryder Cup team figures to be either Tony Finau or Xander Schauffele.