BMW Championship 2013 Leaderboard Round 4: Scores, Standings and Results
Zach Johnson climbed the leaderboard on Monday to win the BMW Championship at Conway Farms Golf Club. His six-under Round 4 gave him a final total of 16 under par for 266 for a two shot victory.
Heavy rains wreaked havoc with play on Sunday. Like the rest of the leaders, Johnson did not begin his final round until Monday morning.
Opening the day three shots behind leader Jim Furyk, Johnson reeled him in on the back nine, eventually taking the outright lead with back-to-back birdies on 16 and 17 to seal the win.
Nick Watney shot a 64 to secure second place at 14 under, while Furyk finished third at 13 under par.
Tiger Woods finished even on the day at nine under par. His 315 FedEx Cup points for the 11th-place finish were enough to leapfrog him back into the No. 1 spot heading into the final event, the Tour Championship, next weekend in Atlanta.
Johnson's victory is his 10th overall on the PGA tour. The win moves him from No. 27 to No. 4 in the FedEx Cup rankings.
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Right outside the top 30, we've got Harris English, Matt Jones and Kevin Stadler.
And...we're done. Furyk makes par on 18 to end his day in third place at 13 under, while Stricker finishes up at 11 under. Final leaderboard.
Furyk's on his fourth shot, so he can't catch Johnson now. As he and Stricker play it out, Johnson starts accepting congratulations from all around.
Only Jim Furyk and Steve Stricker remain on the course at Conway Farms.
Zach Johnson leaves his birdie putt on 18 about seven inches short of the hole. He should have no trouble making par to maintain his lead.
Tiger finishes where he started, at nine under.
That's it. It's ovah. Two putts for par on the 18th hole to shoot a mediocre round of even-par 71. Ends 9 under total.— GC Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) September 16, 2013
Here's an up-to-the-minute look at the current FedEx Cup points projections. You'll see Luke Donald has now moved up to No. 28.
Only six golfers still on the course. Your latest leaderboard.
Furyk's par putt on 16 is left and a little long. That'll drop him to 13 under, three shots behind Zach "I Make 'em All" Johnson.
Boom! Zach Johnson rolls in another birdie at No. 17 from 13'. That's a two-shot lead for Zach over Furyk, who has a long par putt at 16.— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) September 16, 2013
Zach Johnson drops another birdie at 17. He's now two shots clear at -16.
Furyk in bunker trying to get home on 16. He's short and right and 30-40 yds from green.— ByTheMinGolf (@ByTheMinGolf) September 16, 2013
Tiger's basically out of the conversation today. He's even on the day going into 18. But a nine under finish still projects out to him reclaiming the No. 1 FedEx Cup ranking heading into the Tour Championship.
Well, we have another fairway hit at 18 - I believe that's 13 of 14 fairways hit today. And not a thing to show for it. #putting— GC Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) September 16, 2013
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Clutch! Zach Johnson makes a 20-foot birdie putt from the long grass at the edge of the 16th green.
That moves him to 15 under, with sole possession of the lead.
Jordan Spieth wraps up his day with a birdie on 18 to finish at seven under par.
Despite moving up the leaderboard on Monday, his projected FedEx Cup ranking actually falls from No. 10 to No. 13. Still, a great year for the rookie, who will be playing in the Tour Championship.
Nick Watney has done all that he can do. He makes par on 18 to finish with a 64 on the day.
He's in a three-way tie for the lead. Zach Johnson is on 16 and Jim Furyk is on 15.
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