BMW Championship 2014 at Cherry Hills PGA Tour

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Billy Horschel won the BMW Championship on Sunday, shooting a 1-under 69 to hold off Bubba Watson for a two-shot victory and second place in the FedEx Cup standings heading into the series finale at East Lake.
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After reaching the 18th green, Horschel sprinted through the crowd to use a nearby bathroom before tapping in to secure the win.
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Horschel embraces his caddie, Micah Fugitt, on the 18th green.
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Horschel and Fugitt cross a bridge during the final round.
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Horschel sneaks a yawn early in his round. The win, his second on the PGA Tour, comes a week after he squandered a shot at the Deutsche Bank title with a final-hole chunk, a mistake Horschel was eager to put behind him. "Obviously, after last week, a lot of people on Twitter were calling me a choker," Horschel said after his round. "I didn't choke. I made one bad swing at a bad time. To start with a three-shot lead today and hold on means a lot."
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Bubba Watson shot his third-straight 66 to finish in second at 12 under, two strokes behind Horschel.
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Watson's title hopes ended when his ball found a divot on the final hole.
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Morgan Hoffmann followed up his course-record 62 on Saturday with a 7-under 63 on Sunday to to finish third at 11 under and qualify for the Tour Championship.
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Sergio Garcia went out in 29 and pulled within two strokes of the lead, but he unraveled on the 17th, chipping off the green and into the water en route to a triple-bogey 8. His 3-under 67 moved him into a tie for fourth with Rickie Fowler, Jim Furyk and Ryan Palmer at 9 under.
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Rory McIlroy celebrates holing out for eagle from the rough on the 7th hole. He finished T8 after a 4-under 66.
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Billy Horschel fired a seven-under 63 to take a three-shot lead into the final round at the BMW Championship.
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Horschel's round included seven birdies and no bogeys.
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With a win, he is projected to take the lead in the FedEx Cup standings.
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Ryan Palmer is in second place following a 67.
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Rory McIlroy started off the day well, going one under on the front.
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A four-putt triple bogey at the 12th derailed his round.
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He finished two over on the day, four under for the tournament.
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A two-over 72 saw Sergio Garcia lose the lead.
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Rickie Fowler climbed the leaderboard with a 66 that puts him in fifth, six off the lead.
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Hideki Matsuyama shot a 71 to fall to three under.
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Bubba Watson had a 66 to get within five of the lead.
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Morgan Hoffmann was six under over his first nine and finished with an impressive 62.
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Martin Kaymer is tied with Bubba Watson at eight under.
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Jordan Spieth shot a two-under 68.
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Friday Sergio Garcia charged into the lead with a second-round 64 and was -8, one shot ahead of Ryan Palmer.
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Ryan Palmer birdied the 18th hole on the way to a second-round 64. That was good for 7-under, one shot back of Sergio Garcia.
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Rory McIlroy kept himself in contention with a second consecutive 67. He was -6 headed to the weekend, two shots back of Sergio Garcia.
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Phil Mickelson was 6-over after his second-round 76, tied for 63rd. He would need to make a huge charge (into the top four) to qualify for next week's Tour Championship.
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Rory McIlroy made just one bogey on the 7,352-yard layout at Cherry Hills.
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2013 Fed Ex Cup champion Henrik Stenson was T8 at -3, five shots back of the lead, after his second round 69.
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Billy Horschel, who was in contention at last week's Deutsche Bank Champiosnhip, was two shots off the BMW lead after shooting 66 in his second round.
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Sergio Garcia made only one bogey in his second round and holed his approach shot on the seventh for eagle.
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Masters champion Bubba Watson's 66 got him to -4, four shots back of the lead entering the third round.
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Jordan Spieth was near the lead before making a double bogey on 18. He shot 70 and is -3, five behind Sergio Garcia.
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Graham DeLaet shot a 68 for the second straight day to get to -4, four off the lead.
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Thursday Rory McIlroy opened the BMW Championship with a three-under 67, good enough for a share of the lead.
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McIlroy had two birdies over his first nine before stringing together three-straight birdies after the turn.
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Back-to-back bogeys on seven and eight dropped him to three under.
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McIlroy was No. 2 in the FedEx Cup standings heading into the tournament.
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Jordan Spieth matched the lead with a 67.
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Spieth is well-positioned in the FedEx Cup despite not having a win this year.
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Phil Mickelson shot a 70 on day one.
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Mickelson had two bogeys and two birdies in his round.
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He will need a good week to make it into the field for the Tour Championship.
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Rickie Fowler had an up-and-down round, making three birdies and three bogeys over his first 12 holes.
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Despite a strong season, especially at the majors, Fowler has yet to win in 2014.
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Martin Kaymer shot a two-under 68.
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Kaymer was battling for the lead before making a 7 at the par-5 17th.
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Gary Woodland also had a 67 on Thursday.
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Canadian Graham DeLaet finished with a bogey to drop to two under.