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Latest Pat Bradley Items
Mother knows best. It's true in golf, too.
The toughest test in women's golf would figure to be a piece of cake for the No. 1 player in the world.
The 3M Championship is not just about the men this year.
Keegan Bradley still hasn't gotten things right on the 18th hole at the Byron Nelson Championship, even when finally going left.
The ball was still rattling around the bottom of the cup when Keegan Bradley stuck his hand out, a big grin on his face. Phil Mickelson reached into his pocket and pulled out a wad of bills. Bradley grabbed the cash and held it up to the laughing crowd.
Keegan Bradley sometimes looks at the PGA Championship trophy sitting on his mantel and starts laughing.
Keegan Bradley had heard about the difficulty of The Ocean Course _ and agreed with everything he'd been told after taking his first crack at the site where he'll defend his PGA Championship title this summer.
Steve Stricker is back on Maui, a familiar place for a guy who has won on the PGA Tour in each of the last three years to qualify for the season-opening Tournament of Champions.
Keegan Bradley was 12 years old, standing on top of the mountain in the middle of another brutal Vermont winter.