Ryan Moore had another solid performance at the 2012 BMW Championship. Moore was in contention to win all week as he always hovered around the top ten but he struggled on the weekend, piling up a 73 on Saturday and was left a little bit out of contention for Sunday's action. Moore did recover with a Sunday 70, overcoming three bogeys with birdies on the first, eighth and 18th holes while also putting up a highlight eagle on the ninth hole. Moore finished at 13-under par, in a tie for 10th place with Bo Van Pelt.
Meanwhile, it was Rory McIlroy who would win another tournament, piling up another strong final round 67. Lee Westwood finished in second place in a tie with Phil Mickelson. Tiger Woods was right behind in a tie for fourth with Robert Garrigus. In terms of golfers with Pacific Northwest connections, Kyle Stanley finished six-under after a final round 75, and Ben Crane finished four-under with a final round 72.
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