Rory McIlory won the BMW Championship with a 5-under, 67 final round on Sunday, finishing with a 20-under for the tournament, which was two strokes better than Phil Mickelson and Lee Westwood.
Tiger Woods recorded a 4-under, 68 on Sunday to pull within three shots of the lead and finish in a tie for fourth place with Robert Garrigus at 17-under. Mickelson came into Sunday's action as the tournament leader but his 2-under, 70 on Sunday wasn't enough to hold off McIlroy.
Along with Mickelson, Vijay Singh was atop the leaderboard after Round 3, but he scuffled on Sunday, shooting a 1-over 73, and ended up finishing in eighth place, five shots off the lead.
McIlroy became $1.44 million richer with the tournament victory.
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