LEMONT, Ill. (AP) - Tiger Woods has won the BMW Championship for
his sixth victory of the year, assuring himself the No. 1 ranking
going into the final tournament of the FedEx Cup.
One day after record-breaking 62 at Cog Hill to build a seven-shot lead, Woods played efficiently and didn't let anyone get closer than six shots Sunday. He closed with a 3-under 68 for an eight-shot victory over Jim Furyk and Marc Leishman.
Woods won for the fifth time at Cog Hill, and it was his 10th
time on the PGA Tour winning by at least eight shots.
The outcome was never in doubt at the top of the leaderboard. Instead, there was a scramble behind Woods to finish in the top 30 to reach the Tour Championship.