Tiger Woods wins Tour Championship, Justin Rose captures FedEx Cup

ATLANTA, GA - SEPTEMBER 22: Tiger Woods of the United States plays his shot from the 12th tee during the third round of the TOUR Championship at East Lake Golf Club on September 22, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images) Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images

Tiger Woods wins Tour Championship, Justin Rose captures FedEx Cup

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Tiger Woods wins Tour Championship, Justin Rose captures FedEx Cup

UPDATE No. 7 (6:05 p.m. ET): Tiger pars the 18th and wins for the first time in five years! Justin Rose captures the FedEx Cup crown! What a day…

UPDATE No. 6 (5:50 p.m. ET): Rose birdies the 72nd hole for a 73 and to move from T-7 to T-4 at 6 under. That means if Tiger Woods (who holds a two-shot lead on the closing hole) wins, Rose takes the FedEx Cup.

A Rose par would’ve meant a Woods win would earn Woods the FedEx Cup. Great drama there!

UPDATE No. 5 (5:23 p.m. ET): Tiger Woods is now projected to win the FedEx Cup. Seriously.

Some Rose bogeys has the Englishman down to T-6. If he stays there and Tiger wins, Tiger will capture the FedEx Cup too.

UPDATE No. 4 (4:43 p.m. ET): Tiger leads by four, but Justin Rose is in control to win the FedEx Cup.

The Englishman is solo third and projected at first in the standings. If Tiger wins the tournament, he needs Rose to finish in a three-way tie for fifth or worse to capture the FedEx Cup as well.

Right now in terms of FedEx Cup: Advantage, Rose.

UPDATE No. 3 (4:20 p.m. ET): This is Tiger’s tournament to lose on the back nine.

His lead is five at 12 under with eight to play. Rory McIlroy has been truly bad in the final group, as he goes out in 4-over 39. He has plummeted to a tie for fifth at 5 under.

UPDATE No. 2 (3:13 p.m. ET): Bryson DeChambeau is making a run at the FedEx Cup crown. He has made four consecutive birdies to move into a tie for 14th at 3 under.

The FedEx Cup leader heading into this week, DeChambeau is projected second right now but is creeping up on the No. 1 spot.

UPDATE No. 1 (3:00 p.m. ET): Tiger Woods is cruising today. His lead is now five. McIlroy is struggling and putting ZERO pressure on TW in the final group.

The way this is going, Woods may have a cakewalk to the title. The current top 10 leaderboard…

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