BMW Championship : The second leg of the 2019 FedEx Cup Playoffs kicks off this week with the BMW Championship at Medinah. You can find a full BMW Championship viewer’s guide below, with tee times, purse info, and everything else you need to know before the tournament begins.
With one playoff event in the rearview, one thing remains unchanged. Everyone is still chasing Brooks Koepka. Koepka will begin the BMW Championship in first place once again. But there’s a new player in the second spot: Patrick Reed. Reed stormed to his first victory since the 2018 Masters last week at Liberty National. The win vaulted him into prime position to knock off Koepka
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For the first time since the 2012 Ryder Cup, championship golf returns to Medinah Country Club this week for the 2019 BMW Championship. The top 70 (minus Kevin Na, who withdrew) in the FedEx Cup standings will fight for 30 spots in next week’s Tour Championship at a course that has produced loads of drama.
The storylines are bountiful. Foremost among them is the spillover from last week’s slow play blowup centered around Bryson DeChamebau. Brooks Koepka got roped into that brouhaha as well, and he’ll try and stave off contenders for his No. 1 spot in the FedEx Cup going into next week.
Remember, with a reformatted Tour Championship, the top few spots after this week will be invaluable. Whoever ranks first in the FedEx Cup will start the Tour Championship at 10 under. Whoever is second will be 8 under and so on until you get to the bottom five of the top 30, who will all start the Tour Championship at even par. Every shot matters this week at Medinah.
Ahead of the 2019 BMW Championship at Medinah Country Club (Course No. 3), PGATOUR.COM took a look inside the bags of the top golfers in the world. In this week’s equipment gallery, we feature equipment used by Rickie Fowler, Collin Morikawa, Adam Scott, Patrick Reed, Francesco Molinari, Keegan Bradley and more. Also featured are custom putter covers designed by local putter makers Swag Golf and Bettinardi.