When is the BMW Championship? September 6th to 9th 2018
Where is the BMW Championship? Aronimink Golf Club, Newtown Square, Pennsylvania, U.S
What is the total prize fund of the BMW Championship? $9,000,000
How many FedEx Cup points are available for the winner? 2000
What channel can I watch the BMW Championship on in the UK? Sky Sports Golf
Where can I stream the BMW Championship? Sky Sports subscribers can stream the tournament online via Sky Go.
Are tickets still available for the BMW Championship? https://www.pgatour.com/tournaments/bmw-championship/tickets.html
What is the course yardage at? 7,190 yards
What is the par at? 70
What is the format of the BMW Championship? The top 70 ranked players in the FedEx Cup standings are competing this week with just the top 30 progressing to the season-ending Tour Championship.
What is the predicted weather for the BMW Championship? Chance of thunderstorms Thursday and Friday with higher winds, rain and cooler temperatures moving in over the weekend
The BMW Championship heads to its fifth different venue in playoffs history. The championship has seen many of the world’s highest ranked players win the penultimate playoff event, so the biggest names will see this tournament as highly important if they are going to claim the lucrative FedEx Cup trophy.
Players making a move:
Players who need to make a move:
FedEx Cup Standings
The top five ranked players heading into the Tour Championship each have their destiny in their own hands with a win resulting in the FedEx crown.
Furthermore, if results go their way this week, any player currently inside the top 50 can climb into the top five with a victory at the BMW.
Rory McIlroy ranks 24th and looks to be finding some consistency with his all-round game after a fifth top 15 in his last six starts. Expect Rory to continue that trend this week and put himself into contention.
Jason Day currently ranks 10th in the race after two victories this season and five straight top-20 finishes until a MC last week. Expect the Australian to return to form and give himself a chance at the FedEx title heading to East Lake.
Cameron Smith has hit form at the perfect time, recording top-three finishes in the opening two playoff events to move into eightH in the standings. Another strong showing this week gives him a shot at the title in the season finale.
Justin Rose continued his highly consistent year with a second-place finish to move him into third in the standings. After recovering from a minor back injury last month, Rose looks close to his best again and arguably deserves the overall title after such a good year.