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“It was a life-changer for a lot of different reasons,” he said. “A lot of people knew more who I was _ kind of validated my position out here on tour as one of the top players. It just was a lifelong dream to win a major championship, and it kind of put me in a different category with some of my idols.”

Now, Bradley would like nothing more than to break this pattern of a different player winning each major.

“You think when you get here, you’re going to get on tour and you won and you can just relax. Once you do that, it gets even harder,” he said. “It’s very difficult for me to think that I won’t have something to play for because even right now I have 100 things that I’d like to do. Every day I try to improve as a golfer, and hopefully someday become one of the best.”