BMW Championship 2013 PGA Tour

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Zach Johnson fired a six-under 65 Monday to win the BMW Championship.
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With the win, Johnson moves into fifth place in the FedEx Cup standings heading into next week's Tour Championship.
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A clutch birdie putt from off the 16th green all but sealed his victory.
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Jim Furyk began the day with the lead and led for much of the day, but three bogeys on the back nine cost him the title.
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Furyk has not had a victory since winning the Tour Championship and FedEx Cup in 2010.
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Furyk made history in the second round when he became the sixth player ever to shoot 59 on the PGA Tour.
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Tiger Woods failed to make up any ground in the final round, finishing with a 71.
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Woods' T11 finish puts him back in first place in the FedEx standings heading to East Lake.
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Nick Watney made a charge at the lead with four birdies on the back nine but came up two shots short.
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Watney's final-round 64 was the best round of the day.
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Brandt Snedeker, who won the FedEx Cup last season, was only two shots back to begin the day, but he shot a 72 to fall out of contention.
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Steve Stricker continued his stellar play in 2013, finishing T4.
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Jason Day shot a 66 to tie Steve Stricker.
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Sunday Heavy rain showers flooded the course Sunday causing multiple rain delays before play was called for the day.
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Fans were eventually forced from the course.
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Phil Mickelson got in a few holes Sunday before finishing his round Monday. He shot a 71.
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Saturday Tiger Woods began the day five shots off the lead, but rang up seven birdies against two bogeys on Saturday for a five-under 66.
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Woods will chase his sixth win of the season on Sunday.
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Fresh off a Friday 59, Jim Furyk turned in another strong round with a two-under 69.
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Furyk takes a one-shot lead over Steve Stricker into Sunday.
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Brandt Snedeker was tied for the lead at the start of the day.
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Steve Stricker shot a seven-under 64 on Saturday to pull into second place, one shot behind Furyk.
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Zach Johnson is three shots back heading into Sunday after a 69.
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Friday Jim Furyk made a 3-foot birdie putt on the final hole to close out the sixth 59 in PGA Tour history.
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Furyk became the first player to break 60 in a round since Stuart Appleby at the 2010 Greenbrier Classic.
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Furyk made 12 birdies, one eagle and one bogey en route to his historic round.
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Tiger Woods was hit with a two-shot penalty after the round for moving his golf ball while attempting to remove a nearby twig. The video was captured by a freelancer and sent to Tour officials, who informed Woods of the violation.
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Woods is seeking his sixth title of the season this week.
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Mickelson was paired with Matt Kuchar, who stumbled to a 73.
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Phil Mickelson struggled to a 74 on Friday.
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Rory McIlroy followed an opening round 78 with a 77 and is in last place after two rounds.
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Thursday Tiger Woods got off to a quick start Thursday at the BMW Championship, making birdie on his first hole.
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The penalty caused Woods to slide from five to seven shots behind the leaders.
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He made one more birdie on his first nine to make the turn at two under.
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He birdied the last hole to get to five under, three back of the lead.
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Woods played alongside Adam Scott and Henrik Stenson Thursday.
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He came into the week ranked No. 2 in the FedEx Cup standings.
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Adam Scott shot a 67.
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Brandt Snedeker fired an impressive eight-under 63 to take the first-round lead.
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Steve Stricker also played well, finishing at five under.
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Phil Mickelson birdied three of his last five holes to salvage his round and shoot 70.
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Rory McIlroy had a disastrous first round.
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McIlroy ended up with an ugly 78.
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Zach Johnson fired a 64 to finish one back of Snedeker.
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Johnson needs to play well to make it to the Tour Championship next week.
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Bubba Watson will have to make up a lot of ground to get into the top 30.
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Ranked No. 1 in the FedEx Cup standings, Henrik Stenson shot a 72.