Jon Rahm got the better of Dustin Johnson on Sunday at Olympia Fields, but Rahm will still start next week’s Tour Championship two behind DJ.
It’s the second year of adjusted scoring at the East Lake, meaning Johnson, the FedExCup No. 1, will start the week with a two-shot advantage.
Here’s how the 30-man field will open the season’s final event, with the winner taking home the FedExCup:
Joe Burrow had another strong showing at a Cincinnati Bengals training camp scrimmage, this time on Sunday evening in an exhibition meant to take the place of the traditional third preseason game.
It didn’t look good at first though, not with Burrow posting an 0-for-3 line to start the scrimmage.
Not that Burrow has been a stranger to bouncing back during camp. He quickly responded by completing nine of his next 10 passes with a touchdown pass to Tyler Boyd. Burrow also peppered tight end C.J. Uzomah with plenty of looks.
Burrow hit plenty of other targets on later drives, including the upstart Mike Thomas. He also had at least one fluky interception, though coaches ended up calling a flag and it was overturned (no officials were present so things were a little fluid).