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Keegan Bradley takes opening lead
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August 19, 2022
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BMW Championship 2022 R1

August 18-21
Wilmington Country Club, Wilmington, Delaware
$15,000,000
Round 2, Round 3, Round 4

Estimated reading time: 4 minutes


Keegan Bradley opened with a 7-under 64 to take a one-shot lead in the BMW Championship.


BMW Championship 2022 R1

"Well, I made a nice putt on the first hole and just kept it going. It was really a fun day today playing with Adam [Scott]. It's always great playing with Adam, but we both were playing really well, hitting good shots, making putts. It was a blast.

"I think on this course in particular if you hit the ball in the fairway, there's a lot of opportunities. If you miss the fairway you're kind of scrambling a lot of the holes. I did that today, hit a lot of fairways, and the ones that I missed I was able to manage."


BMW Championship 2022 R1

The American, who has missed the FedEx Cup finale for four years, matched a career-low 29 featuring six birdies.

He is currently 44th in the FedEx Cup rankings and needs to move into the top-30 to advance to the Tour Championship in Atlanta.

"I never look to see what I have to do because whether I play in this tournament or Sony or any tournament, I always want to do the best I can, whether it's 35th instead of 36th or first, whatever it is. I never feel like that helps me, I feel like it hurts me actually. But this is a good start, obviously."


BMW Championship 2022 R1

Australian Scott tied for fifth in the first playoff event last week and continued his good form with a 65 on Thursday to move into second place at 6-under.

“[Bradley] played beautifully today, and I was really just trying to follow his lead,” said Scott. “He kind of had everything going the way he wanted, and most of the time he was teeing off first and I was just trying to follow.”

Americans Harold Varner III and Justin Thomas are tied in third at 5-under alongside Irishman Shane Lowry.


BMW Championship 2022 R1

Pos.PlayerTo ParR1
1Keegan Bradley-764
2Adam Scott-665
T3Harold Varner III-566
T3Shane Lowry-566
T3Justin Thomas-566
T6Chez Reavie-467
T6Collin Morikawa-467
T6Xander Schauffele-467
T6Christiaan Bezuidenhout-467
T6Tyrrell Hatton-467
T6Russell Henley-467
T6Cameron Young-467
T13K.H. Lee-368
T13Corey Conners-368
T13Jordan Spieth-368
T13Patrick Cantlay-368
T13Marc Leishman-368
T13Emiliano Grillo-368
T13Scott Stallings-368
T13Denny McCarthy-368
T13J.J. Spaun-368
T13Rory McIlroy-368
T13Scottie Scheffler-368
T24Troy Merritt-269
T24Sam Burns-269
T24Matt Kuchar-269
T24Adam Hadwin-269
T24Cam Davis-269
T24Aaron Wise-269
T24Billy Horschel-269
T24Joaquin Niemann-269
T24Matt Fitzpatrick-269
T24Alex Smalley-269
T34Chris Kirk-170
T34Sebastián Muñoz-170
T34Maverick McNealy-170
T34Tom Hoge-170
T34Sungjae Im-170
T34Lucas Herbert-170
T34Hideki Matsuyama-170
T34Will Zalatoris-170
T42Kurt KitayamaPar71
T42Trey MullinaxPar71
T42Seamus PowerPar71
T42Kevin KisnerPar71
T42Joohyung KimPar71
T42Taylor PendrithPar71
T48Alex Noren+172
T48J.T. Poston+172
T48Max Homa+172
T48Cameron Tringale+172
T48Sahith Theegala+172
T48Brian Harman+172
T48Sepp Straka+172
T55Taylor Moore+273
T55Andrew Putnam+273
T55Viktor Hovland+273
T55Jon Rahm+273
T59Mito Pereira+374
T59Keith Mitchell+374
T61Mackenzie Hughes+475
T61Lucas Glover+475
63Brendan Steele+576
T64Tony Finau+677
T64Davis Riley+677
T64Wyndham Clark+677
T67Si Woo Kim+778
T67Luke List+778
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