PGA Tour FedExCup Playoffs: the BMW Championship, the results. Jon Rahm pulls out a playoff win

In the third round of the BMW Championship tournament, Jon Rahm made an unfortunate mistake, for which he was fined one stroke. In an interview, the Spaniard shared with journalists his fears that this particular blow may not be enough for him in the end. As in water looked. John had a perfect final round, making six birdies (he played ten strokes better than par on the weekend), but even such a bright performance did not allow him to safely take the trophy after 72 holes.

The frame was hindered by Dustin Johnson, who rolled a great putt on the final hole and managed to overtake his opponent at minus four. Recall that Dustin started the final round at the top of the standings and already at the very start made three birdies, but even he was difficult to keep up with John.

In the playoffs, where the first and second numbers of the World Ranking met, the wonders of patting were demonstrated by RAM, who answered the opponent with an incredible putt from two dozen meters. Johnson could not oppose this masterpiece and was forced to accept defeat. In his interview, John admitted that the ending was too emotional even for him.

Hideki Matsuyama (Hideki Matsuyama) and young Joaquin Niemann (Joaquin Niemann) shared the third line at a distance of two strokes from getting into the playoffs. In the final round, the Chilean passed the top nine by four strokes better than par and even managed to get to the top of the standings, but later failed to build on his success.

Recall that in his last three starts, Dustin has finished no lower than second place, and he still retains the lead in the overall FedExCup standings, which will allow Johnson to start the Tour Championship tournament at minus ten (two strokes ahead of Rahm). Separately, we note the achievement of Billy Horschel, who managed to stay on the 30th line of the overall standings and made it to the final stage of the season.

But we won’t see tiger Woods next week. Tiger predictably ended the season with another round of bad steam. However, this time his performance could only be described as weak by the standards of Woods himself. At the beginning of the round, he made a couple of birdies, but later failed to realize his opportunities. In the end, tiger allowed bogey and a double, sinking the ball on the penultimate hole, but this time he did not refuse to talk to reporters. Woods said that he was generally happy with his performance on the final day of the competition, although his putting left much to be desired. Tiger called the past week a good workout before the U.S. Open major, where his next start is scheduled.