If at least half of the final round is completed Monday before more expected rain arrives then the remaining holes will be pushed to Tuesday.
Only once in the 11-year history of the FedExCup has a tournament been reduced to 54 holes - the 2011 Barclays, the playoff opener, which was only three rounds because of Hurricane Irene.
Bryson DeChambeau, who won the first two FedEx events at the Northern Trust, is assured of leaving the BMW Championship atop the standings heading to Atlanta. There are no guarantees that the waterlogged course will be playable, meaning the event may be reduced to 54 holes, which Rose would win with a 17-under-par total of 193. "It was a good day for me today and while it was a day I felt I didn't play that well, it was a good day for scoring and I made my score on the front nine", Rose said. Tiger Woods is tied for 11th, 5 strokes back. "The golf course is soft".
"This was the shot of the entire day, a three-iron from 230 and I just laced it up in the air", the 42-year-old American said.
The plan is for groups of three to begin play at 7:30 am EST off two tees at a time.
Schauffele is hoping for another opportunity to impress Jim Furyk before the Ryder Cup deadline.
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Casey was No. 17 in the FedEx Cup and already assured of being among the top 30 who advance to the Tour Championship on September 20 in Atlanta.
If the event is shortened, Rose would be the victor and full World Ranking points, FedEx points and prize money would be allotted to the field.
The pick was to be announced a short time after the BMW Championship ends, whenever it ends.
Keegan Bradley might be there, too, all because of one putt. It'd be a huge blow to Spieth, who has never missed the season finale since he first joined the Tour in 2013, but it'd also leave him on the wrong side of a new rule that requires a player to make 25 starts if he doesn't add a new event to his schedule.
"We just have to wait until in the morning to see exactly what we're going to have to try to do". Rose, Justin Thomas, Dustin Johnson and Tony Finau would hold the next four spots and be assured of winning the FedEx Cup title and a $10 million bonus with a victory at the Tour Championship.