"I've got to shoot a low one and get some help from Jordan," said Bradley, who has not won in more than two years. "He's such a good player. I don't expect that. I'm going to have to shoot a really low one."
"I've had five years and hours and hours of practice that are now taken away from me," he said. "But it's fun to come out here and prove to everybody and myself that it's not a big deal. This is probably the best three days of putting I've had in a couple of years."