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In the final round of the 2018 BMW Championship, 18 holes were not enough on Monday as Justin Rose and Keegan Bradley moved to a sudden death playoff. It was also his first title since abandoning the controversial belly putter.

Winner Bradley said: "It means everything, it took a lot of hard work to get back to this spot". I'm very proud of it, it's been a good stretch of golf, I've really played solidly for over a year.

He will have an unexpected week off before joining the American team for the September 28-30 Ryder Cup in Paris. "That was hard." Bradley responded by regrouping with coach Darren May and slowly revamping his game to its peak form. "It made me feel calm, which is rare".

"It's a game changer for a player like me that's not in the top 50 to get in the Tour Championship", he said. Sometimes you never even get it. Several of the top golfers in the world are competing for the prize money and to put themselves in position for the final event of the FedEx Cup playoffs, the Tour Championship.

JUSTIN ROSE admits his "boyhood dream" of becoming world No.1 was tainted by his agonising play-off defeat at the BMW Championship last night.

"I birdied 16 and 17".

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Billy Horschel and Xander Schauffele tied for third place, one stroke out of the playoff, while Rory McIlroy finished alone in fifth at 18-under.

Tiger Woods, meanwhile was five shots behind after a 66 in the third round that didn't allow him to make up any ground on the lead. As for Bradley, this was his first PGA victory in six years and he looked elated to finally get over the line once more.

Only player to crack the top 10 in each of the first three FedEx Cup Playoffs events.

He was three off the lead, hunting his first win in six years. Jordan Spieth, 27th on the points list before the BMW Championship, finished in a tie for 55th and dropped out of the top 30.

By posting a 73 Monday to share 55th, Spieth was one spot outside the qualifiers.

"I assume it will either be a fine or I'm adding some in the fall", Spieth said. "I don't know if that counts". "This is one of our tougher tests but it just wasn't playing that way this year, it was just soft and it was hot early in the week, the ball was flying, guys were hitting driver-wedge every hole".