Keegan Bradley shot a 6-under par 64 on Monday at Aronimink Golf Club and then edged Justin Rose on the first playoff hole to claim his first victory in six years at the BMW Championship.
Bradley, who entered the final round four off the lead of Rose, finished his fourth day in Philadelphia with eight birdies against two bogeys to sign for a 64 and a four-day score of 20-under par.
For his fourth career PGA Tour title, the 32-year old Vermont native earned $1,650,000, along with 2,000 points and will move to 6th-place as he heads to East Lake for the first time in five years.
Bradley also picked up 72 Official World Golf Rankings points and is expected to move from 66th to No. 32 – his highest ranking since the beginning of the 2015 season.
Rose (68) finished solo runner-up for the second-straight week, earning $972,000, along with 1,200 FedEx points and 43.2 OWGR points. He will move to No. 1 in the world for the first time in his career.
FINAL MONEY: BMW CHAMPIONSHIP
Aronimink Golf Club | Newton Square, PA | Sep. 10, 2018