Sang-Moon Bae of South Korea won the Byron Nelson Championship in Irving, Tex., for his first PGA Tour title, beating Keegan Bradley by two strokes.
Sang-Moon Bae won the Byron Nelson Championship on Sunday for his first PGA Tour title, beating Keegan Bradley by two strokes after blowing a four-stroke lead.
Keegan Bradley overcame two early bogeys and maintained his lead at the Byron Nelson Championship in Irving, Tex., with a two-under-par 68 in the third round.
Keegan Bradley still hasn't gotten things right on the 18th hole at the Byron Nelson Championship, even when finally going left.
Former champion Keegan Bradley overcame a wobbly start to stay on track for a wire-to-wire victory at the Byron Nelson Championship in Irving, Texas, despite bogeying the par-four 18th for a third day in a row on Saturday.
TPC Four Seasons Las Colinas had some teeth on Sunday, as most scores hovered around even-par and only 16 players dipped into red figures in the final round. The wind was up just outside of Dallas at the Byron Nelson, and the final pairings of the day struggled to make much of a move. Show More Summary
Sang-Moon Bae, a former Order of Merit winner on the Asian Tour, picked up his first American PGA Tour win on Sunday in Dallas, edging out Keegan Bradley for the Byron Nelson Championship. Bae is one of several rising Korean players, a country that dominates women's golf and which many project to produce the next great superstar on the men's side. Show More Summary
Keegan Bradley hasn't come close to matching his opening round of 60, but he played well enough on Saturday to stay atop the leaderboard through three rounds of the 2013 Byron Nelson Championship. More: Complete Byron Nelson coverage Bradley is 13-under through 54 holes, one stroke ahead of Sang-Moon Bae. Show More Summary
Keegan Bradley retains halfway lead at the HP Byron Nelson Championship – Golf News Keegan Bradley retained the lead at the HP Byron Nelson Championship, after carding a one-under par 69 in the second round, on Friday, May 17 2013. The...Show More Summary
Keegan Bradley has used the Byron Nelson Championship to get his game back on track. Through two rounds, Bradley has a three-stroke lead on the field and set a course record by shooting a 60 in Thursday's first round. Bradley continued his solid play on Friday, improving his score to 11-under par. Show More Summary
After shooting a 10-under 60 in the first round of the Byron Nelson Championship, Keegan Bradley sits alone atop the leaderboard ahead of Charl Schwartzel by three strokes heading into Friday. Bradley was on fire to start out at TPCShow More Summary
Keegan Bradley, who has not had the best 2013 season so far, had a ball on Thursday at TPC Four Seasons, firing a 10-under 60 to set a course record and breathe some rarified air at the Byron Nelson Championship. Bradley, who entered...Show More Summary
Keegan Bradley shoots course record to lead the HP Byron Nelson Championship The United States’ Keegan Bradley fired a course record 10-under par 60, at TPC Four Seasons Resort, to take a three stroke lead over Charl Schwartzel, in the...Show More Summary
Keegan Bradley shot a 10-under 60 to set a course record at TPC Four Seasons Resort in Irving, Texas, on Day 1 of the 2013 Byron Nelson Championship. He made 10 birdies, and an eagle on the par-5 No. 16 hole. Afterwards he said thatShow More Summary
THE 2013 HP BYRON NELSON CHAMPIONSHIP is underway at TPC Four Seasons Resort in Irving, Texas. Keegan Bradley is the clubhouse leader after firing a 60. The first round is still in progress. Purse: $6.7 million Winner’s share: $1.17Show More Summary
There are few times as a professional golfer when saying the words "I did something that Sam Snead pulled off" is a bad thing. On Thursday at the Byron Nelson, Keegan Bradley was able to utter that sentiment after he posted an insane...Show More Summary
Keegan Bradley teed off at 9:20 a.m. and raced around the fearsome layout in three hours and 10 minutes. He said the greens are softer, likely setting up for "some exciting stuff coming down the stretch."
Tiger Woods may be resting his texting finger as he prepares to compete for his fifth green jacket, but Rory McIlroy, Keegan Bradley, and Phil Mickelson are among several stars in the Shell Houston Open field of 156 who hope to rollShow More Summary
This year I was coerced by a hockey writing friend of mine to do a weekly one-and-done golf pool that allows you to pick one golfer, never to use them again in 2013. Since I'm doing it for fun (and DEFINITELY not for money, no way, no...Show More Summary
The Arnold Palmer Invitational leaderboard for 2013 show Tiger Woods winning by two strokes ahead of Justin Rose. The rest of the pack, including Mark Wilson, Keegan Bradley, and others, are tied up at eight under par. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Tiger Woods saw this golf tournament as a chance to defend his [...]Show More Summary