It wasn’t just Keegan Bradley’s golf game that stole the show, it was the Ryder Cup rookie’s yelling, fist pumps and yes, even chest bumps.
Keegan Bradley is 26 years old and becoming a crowd favorite here at Medinah.
Thursday was just a warm up, and the United States and Europe took different approaches to their practice holes at Medinah with a main contrast in attitude.
Right when it looked as if Keegan Bradley would need birdie to force a playoff, he won the Bridgestone Invitational on Sunday with a par.
A steady diet of pars kept Jim Furyk in the lead Saturday in the Bridgestone Invitational, but not by much.
Bill Haas made the biggest putt of them all Sunday at Riviera — the putt that won the Northern Trust Open.
The winning point for Tiger Woods. A perfect record for Jim Furyk. And validation for U.S. captain Fred Couples. The Americans won the Presidents Cup as a team, 19-15, avenging their worst loss ever in any cup competition 13 years ago.
Circle Nov. 17-20 on your must-see-TV calendar. That is when the Presidents Cup is to be played at Royal Melbourne. Thanks to Greg Norman going boxing weigh-in with his Tiger taunts, that golf tourney just got a whole lot more interesting.
Keegan Bradley loves the Atlanta area. Bradley is leading the TOUR Championship after the first round with a 6 under 64.
If you want to get better at golf, practice your game, don’t buy it with a belly putter.
After winning the PGA Championship earlier this year Keegan Bradley didn’t expect the hometown welcome he has received so far leading up to the Deutsche Bank Championship.
No one has a clue as to what is going on with Tiger Woods, or a clear sense of what, if any, is the way out.
After winning the PGA Championship, Keegan Bradley should have the advantage over Tiger Woods for one of Fred Couples’ picks for the U.S. Presidents Cup team.
Keegan Bradley was 12 years old, standing on top of the mountain in the middle of another brutal Vermont winter.
After the conclusion of the PGA Championship, it seems the pendulum is starting to swing away from the proven names and towards the young and upcoming newcomers.
If your expecting household names to dominate the leaderboard at the half way point of the 93rd PGA Championship you would be disappointed.
Rookie Keegan Bradley, who won two weeks ago at the Byron Nelson, is once again contending. His play shows he’s learning to deal with the pressures of the Tour.