2022 BMW Championship leaderboard: live updates, full coverage, golf scores on Sunday’s Round 4

Patrick Cantlay will go into the final round of the BMW Championship in the lead, just as he did a year ago en route to the FedEx Cup title. He found his name at the top of the leaderboard at 12 under, but not without serious rivals at the bottom. Cantlay’s good friend and playing partner Xander Schauffele may prove to be the most deserving of them all, as he sits just one stroke ahead of them at 11 under with Scott Stallings through the first three days at Wilmington Country Club.

The final pair of Cantley and Schaffel will have their eyes on the draw, but if they slip up, world No. 1 Scotty Scheffler will be right there. Sitting at 10 under, the four-time winner this season has three straight rounds in the 60s and is aiming to return to the top of the FedEx Cup standings ahead of next week’s season finale at East Lake.

While Scheffler is set to travel to Atlanta regardless of his result, Adam Scott is one swing away from winning the BMW Championship and one swing away from not qualifying for the Tour Championship. The 42-year-old stands at 10 under and headlines a field of players who are creeping into the crucial top-30 cutoff point at the end of the tournament.

Keep it locked right here as CBS Sports will track it all with live updates and analysis throughout Round 4 of the 2022 BMW Championship on Sunday.

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