PGA Tour Golf: BMW Championship Final Round Tee Times

An intriguing final day lies ahead with qualification for the finale of the FedEx Cup in two weeks time being at the forefront of many of today’s 70-man BMW Championship field

An intriguing final day lies ahead with qualification for the finale of the FedEx Cup in two weeks time being at the forefront of many of today’s 70-man BMW Championship field.
Customers signing up with online bookmakers can receive free bets to be redeemed on the various betting markets available for the final round of the BMW Championship at Cog Hill Golf and Country Club in Lemont, Illinois today.
Ryan Moore leads into the final day by one shot from Matt Kuchar, Dustin Johnson and Charlie Wi who are tied for second place on seven-under-par.
Kuchar, who has dominated the FedEx Cup play offs, fell ill on Friday and struggled through the second and third rounds but is feeling much better ahead of his final round.
The winner of the Barclays will be eyeing another FedEx Cup play off win but many of the field will be calculating their FedEx points as they attempt a top 30 finish to qualify for the Tour Championship at East Lake Country Club in Atlanta.
Moore (66) is paired with Johnson (68) for the final group at 6.45pm (BST), Moore is available at odds of 6/4 with Boylesports to emulate his third round performance and card a better final round total than his partner.
Kuchar (70) tees off with Charlie Wi (70) at 6.35pm before an all English pairing of Ian Poulter and Paul Casey who are tied on six-under-par.
Poulter started this tournament outside of the top 30, but after the third round he is projected to qualify for his first FedEx finale appearance.
Both Englishmen scored 69s in the third round and the same again should see their entry to East Lake guaranteed.
Tiger Woods needs to pull a rabbit from a hat to qualify, he is projected to finish 44 in the standings after his third round 68.
Partnered with Phil Mickleson (70), he may be inspired to pull off a miracle when competing with his rival for the position of world’s number one golfer.
The pair tee off at 4.56pm and Woods can be backed at even money with Stan James to shoot lowest round of the pairing while Mickleson is 5/4 with Victor Chandler.

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