The rise of Justin Rose to No

The rise of Justin Rose to No

The Texan, without a win this season, shot a one-over 71 in Philadelphia on Friday and the decision to move the final round to Monday, rather than stop it at 54 holes due to inclement weather, offered him another chance to climb the FedEx Cup playoff rankings. Bradley played first and chipped to within two feet.

That left Bradley to tap in for the win.

Jordan Spieth insisted he will accept his punishment from the PGA Tour if they decide he has breached regulations by failing to play in the required number of tournaments this season.

Casey was No. 17 in the FedEx Cup and already assured of being among the top 30 who advance to the Tour Championship on September 20 in Atlanta. "It's so great", an emotional Bradley said in a greenside interview after securing his fourth PGA Tour victory.

"I played a few tournaments now where I was close at the end and at the end of the season here to say that I made it back to the Tour Championship after what I ve been through is a pretty good accomplishment", Woods said.

It was Bradley's first victory in 160 events.

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"I felt so calm today". "It made me feel calm, which is rare". It's just an incredible feeling right now.

"It was a hard road back, but it feels good".

Because of the wet conditions, players were allowed to lift, clean and place their ball in the course's closely mown areas. He quickly found his rhythm and five birdies, including successive ones on the 16th and 17th holes, put him in a strong position to take the crown, prior to his late wobble. He was steady throughout the cold and drizzly final round and had a one-stroke lead when he got to the 18th tee.

Spieth, 25, came into the week in the top 30 in points but couldn't recover from a second-round 71 in which he was one of just six players to shoot over par.

"I was in control of my own destiny but just didn't have it this week", said Spieth after coming tied 55th. Young, aspiring golfers think about it. The bigger story for me is that one of the presumed anchors for the U.S. Ryder Cup team just shot 73 on an easy course with something at stake in his final round before the festivities in Paris. "The quest to get better is what I really wake up for in the morning. and what gets me out of bed".

Americans Billy Horschel and Xander Schauffele shared third on 261 with Northern Ireland s Rory McIlroy on 262.

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