Rain sends BMW into Monday

LAKE FOREST, Ill. — Jim Furyk will have to wait one more day to try to end three years without a PGA Tour victory.

The final round of the BMW Championship was suspended Sunday because of steady rain that left too much water on Conway Farms. Furyk, who has a one-shot lead over Steve Stricker, was still about two hours away from even teeing off.

“The bad news — obviously, I’m anxious to get out there and play, as is everyone else,” Furyk said. “But the good news is no one wants to go out and play in this and slop it around in bad weather on a golf course where we’re playing the ball down and it’s probably a little too wet out there.”

Rory McIlroy found one small consolation to the end of his PGA Tour season — he was one of six players who finished. McIlroy had yet another double bogey — that’s 12 double bogeys and a triple bogey in three FedEx Cup playoff events — but holed out from 164 yards for eagle on the 12th hole and had his second straight 68.

LPGA

Pettersen tops teen Ko to win Evian: In Evian-Les-Bains, France, in the first women’s major played in Europe, Suzann Pettersen beat teenage star Lydia Ko of New Zealand by two shots to win the Evian Championship and clinch the second major title of her career. .

“I might start to get a bit emotional,” Pettersen said, her voice wavering, as she collected the trophy.

It was her first major since the LPGA Championship in 2007 and her second straight tournament win after the Safeway Classic this month.

PGA Europe

Luiten wins KLM Open in playoff: In Zandvoort, Netherlands, Joost Luiten beat Miguel Angel Jimenez on the first playoff hole to win the KLM Open for his second title of the year.

Web.com

Noh WRAPS UP PGA TOUR CARD: In Columbus, Ohio, South Korea’s Seung-Yul Noh won the third of four Web.com Tour Finals series events to wrap up a PGA Tour card.

The 22-year-old Noh closed with a 2-under 69 for a five-stroke victory in the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship. Edward Loar was second at 7 under after a 65, and former LSU standout John Peterson was third at 6 under.