2022 BMW Championship leaderboard: Live updates, full coverage, round 4 golf scores on Sunday

Patrick Cantlay leads the final round of the BMW Championship, just like a year ago on his way to the FedEx Cup title. He only finds his name at the top of the standings at 12 under, but is not without serious contenders below. Cantlay’s close friend and playing partner during the first three days at Wilmington Country Club, Xander Schauffele, could prove to be the most worthy of them all, as he is just one stroke behind the lead at 11 under next to Scott Stallings.

Eyes will be drawn to the final combination of Cantlay and Schauffele, but if they are to fail, World No. 1 Scottie Scheffler will be there. Sitting at 10 under, the four-time winner has carded three consecutive rounds this season in the 1960s and plans to return to the top spot on the FedEx Cup standings ahead of next week’s season finale in East Lake.

While Scheffler plans to make the trip to Atlanta regardless of his finish, Adam Scott finds himself in the awkward position of being one stroke away from winning the BMW championship, while also being one stroke away from failing. qualify for the Tour Championship. The 42-year-old is also 10 under, heading the players who are battling to get inside the crucial top-30 cut-off point by the end of the tournament.

Keep it locked here, as CBS Sports keeps track of it all with live updates and analysis during Round 4 of the 2022 BMW Championship on Sunday.


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