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Justin Thomas officially won the 2019 BMW Championship

Justin Thomas officially won the 2019 BMW Championship

American Golfer Justin Thomas scored -4 in the final round and crowned with a total score of -25 at the FedEx Cup playoffs second event, yesterday August 18th.

In the past 91 years, only seven golfer on the PGA Tour lost the championship after leading six strokes after 54 first holes. Justin Thomas took that big advantage and took the initiative to play safely in the final round of the BMW Championship, especially after the first bogey hole.

Two birdies in the first half of the round help the 26-year-old golfer play more comfortably in the last nine holes. Thomas bogey pits 10 but there are four more birdies to crowned with a total score of -25, three sticks away from the second runner Patrick Cantlay.

Cantlay put pressure on Thomas when the birdie had four consecutive holes from hole 7 to hole 10 and pulled the gap down to two. The 27-year-old birdie nine times the round but bogey on the 16th hole made the two birdies at the end of the round not bring much meaning.

Thomas ended a year without honors with the championship at the BMW Championship and a $ 1.66 million reward. Not only that, the victory at Medinah helped the owner of 10 PGA Tour titles to top the FedEx Cup score ahead of the final playoff event. Thomas will enter the Championship with a 10-point advantage and is hoping to win the FedEx Cup to win the $ 15 million for the champion.

Cantlay, with second place at the BMW Championship, took second place in the FedEx Cup score and pushed Brooks Koepka to third. Cantlay will start the Tour Championship with -8 and Koepka starts with a -7. The two remaining golfers in the top 5 FedEx Cup are Patrick Reed and Rory McIlroy.

Championship Tour this week absent defending champion Tiger Woods. "Super Tiger" reached 72 strokes (par72) in the fourth round and could not reach the top 11 - conditions for the 43-year-old golfers to attend the final playoff event. Woods ranked T37 with a total of -7 points and ranked 42th on the FedEx Cup scoreboard. Only the golfer in the top 30 of these scorecards received the Tour Championship.