BMW Championship Leaderboard: Tiger Woods Lurking At 4-Under Par Thru 7 Holes

The first round of the BMW Championship, the third leg of the FedEX Cup Playoffs, is underway, and currently England's Ian Poulter has solo possession of first place as he's 5-under par thru 10 holes. Americans Tigers Woods, Bo Van Pelt, Zach Johnson and Jimmy Walker are all tied for second place at 4-under par.

Woods is thru seven holes, Walker has finished 10, while Van Pelt and Johnson are thru eight and nine, respectively. Woods is playing with No. 1-ranked Rory McIlroy and No. 3 Nick Watney. McIlroy is at 3-under par, while Watney is even-par.

St. John's University alum Keegan Bradley has completed four holes and is even-par. Bradley is playing with American Bubba Watson (even-par) and Sweden's Carl Pettersson (1-over par).

For more on the 2012 BMW Championship and the FedEx Cup standigns, please be sure to check out our Golf hub and SB Nation New York for all the latest news and updates.

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