Tiger Woods may not be walking away with his first golf tournament win in five years, but he put on a show in a spirited rally during the final round to build momentum ahead of the season-ending Tour Championship.
Woods carded a five-under 65 in the final round of the 2018 BMW Championship at Aronimink Golf Club, going into the clubhouse at 17 under for the tournament in a tie for fifth place, in a remarkable showing that flashed a return to form for the former Number 1 player.
“I’m going to have to shoot one of those 61s or 62s just to have a chance,” Woods said, according to ESPN. “The golf course is soft. Everyone is making birdies. You can be aggressive. I got to take a run at it.”
Now Woods turns his focus to the Tour Championship, which he qualified for, that starts on September 19th at East Lake Golf Club.