Sep 9, 2012; Carmel, IN, USA; Rory McIlroy poses with the Western Golf Association Open Championship Cup after winning the BMW Championship at Crooked Stick Golf Club. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE

2012 BMW Championship: Rory McIlroy Wins At 20-Under For Tournament

Rory McIlory used a 5-under par round on Sunday to hold off challengers at the 2012 BMW Championship to win at 20-under par.

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BMW Championship 2012: TV Schedule, Tee Times, Pairings For Sunday

Phil Mickelson and Vijay Singh are tied for the lead heading into the final round of play on Sunday at the 2012 BMW Championship in Carmel, Ind. Mickelson shot an impressive third-round 64 to move up the leaderboard on Saturday, while Singh has been near the top all weekend. The two leaders sit at 16-under and will tee off at 1:45 p.m. ET.

One shot behind Mickelson and Singh are Lee Westwood and Rory McIlroy. They will begin at 1:35. Adam Scott and Robert Garrigus, who start the day two strokes behind the leaders, go at 1:25.

Tiger Woods is three back to start the day and he will be paired with Dustin Johnson at 1:15.

Keegan Bradley, who went to school at St. John's, had a rough Saturday. He posted a three-over 75 and is at even for the tournament. Bradley starts his round at 8:45. He is comfortably within the top 30 of the FedEx Cup standings, even with his standing near the bottom of the BMW Championship.

The Golf Channel begins coverage of the final round at noon. It switches over the NBC at 2 p.m.

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BMW Championship 2012: Vijay Singh On Top After 36 Holes

Vijay Singh leads the 2012 BMW Championship after a second-round 66 brought him to 13-under for the weekend. Singh is one shot ahead of the second-place trio of Ryan Moore, Tiger Woods, and Rory McIlroy.

Moore matched Singh's 66 to stay within a stroke of the leader on Friday. Moore needs a strong tournament to move into the top 30 of the FedEx Cup standings and assure himself a spot in the Tour Championship. He came into the BMW Championship in 35th, but would be projected to move into 11th with a second-place finish.

Woods and McIlroy are tied with Moore at 12-under. Woods played a clean Friday round, shooting five birdies and no bogeys, while McIlroy was all over the place. McIlroy shot six birdies, an eagle, and four bogeys to finish at 4-under for the round.

John Huh, who was born in New York City, made a big move up the leaderboard with a second-round 66. Huh now finds himself in 13th place, five shots back of the leader. If he is still there at the end of the weekend, it is projected that he would squeeze into the top 30 of the FedEx Cup standings at 29th.

Keegan Bradley, who attended school at St. John's, doesn't need quite as high a finish to get into the Tour Championship, as he entered the weekend 12th in the standings. Bradley shot a 2-under 70 on Friday and currently sits in 46th for the weekend.

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