WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) Keegan Bradley hasn't been to the FedEx Cup finale in four years, and he started the BMW Championship on Thursday like he was in a hurry to get back.
Bradley matched a career low with a 29 on the front nine at Wilmington Country Club and finished with a 7-under 64 to take a one-shot lead over Adam Scott.
Bradley is at No. 44 in the FedEx Cup and likely needs a top 10 - he hasn't had one since the U.S. Open - to be among the 30 players who advance to the Tour Championship in Atlanta to chase the $18 million prize.