BMW arrives with Sweet Rahm and a Tiger headdress

The Tiger was tested in Pro-Am and will come out this Thursday in Medinah: "I have decided to try." Rahm, with a guaranteed place in the Atlanta final, plays without pressure and is a favorite.


The Medinah Country Club of Chicago, home of the European miracle at the 2012 Ryder Cup, hosts today the BMW Championship (from 9:00 pm at Movistar Golf), second stop of the FedEx Cup playoffs. Tiger arrived there Tuesday Woods, who made sure he felt better physically after his retirement in the Northern Trust last week because of a tension in the oblique muscle, near the abdominal area.

"I feel much better than a few days ago, so I decided to try it," El Tigre affirmed that on that day he only exercised his putt routine and yesterday he tested himself with nine holes in the Pro-Am without startling. Right now Woods is 38th in the FedEx Cup standings and would need a top-11 in Medinah to get into the top 30 that pass the Atlanta final. This Thursday he will share the game with CT Pan and Billy Horschel from 18:54, Spanish time. . The Barrika, third in the Northern Trust and seventh in the St. Jude Classic in his last two appearances (there are already twelve top-10 this course in the North American circuit), arrives in a sweet moment and is one of the favorites. He will leave at 20:05 in Spain with Matt Kuchar and Patrick Cantlay. 2 Rahmbo will aspire to his third victory of the season in the PGA after the Hero World Challenge, an unofficial event but part of the calendar, and the Zurich Classic , which is played in pairs and was awarded with Ryan Palmer. At 20:27 it will be the turn of Canary Cabrera Bello, with Adam Long and Keegan Bradley, who would need at least a top-5 to stay alive.

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