Keegan Bradley shot 66 in the opening round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open on Thursday. However, he signed for 3-under 68. Unfortunately, Bradley realized after the first hole that he was carrying 15 clubs in his bag. Under the Rules of Golf, a player is only allowed 14. Keegan hit w/ 2-shot penalty, too many clubs in bag. Show More Summary
Keegan Bradley struck the first blow, untying the laces on fellow PGA Tour pro Colt Knost’s shoes and retying them on a coat peg. (...)
29-year-old professional golfer Keegan Bradley proposed to his longtime girlfriend Jillian Stacey on Wednesday. Stacey announced the (...)
Keegan Bradley is known for having a long and funny pre-shot routine. Scoot and Ryler, a couple of dudes who appear to be new to the trick shot/golf parody game, did their best impression of Bradley approaching a golf shot. In my opinion, they nailed it. Show More Summary
The fourth major championship is upon us! It’s one of the greatest events in golf, the PGA Championship. Rory McIlory appears to be on the way, Jordan Spieth is vying […]
Keegan Bradley shot a 6-under 64 Thursday to tie for the lead midway through the first round of the Travelers Championship.
Bradley was tied with Seung-Yul Noh, who began his round with 4 consecutive birdie putts.
New England favorite Keegan Bradley shoots 64 to tie for early lead at Travelers Championship
That's one way to take advantage of the slopped greens. A lot of the field at the U.S. Open is attacking the Par 4 12th hole with driver, trying to set up an eagle try. A few have gotten really close to doing one better. Keegan Bradley...Show More Summary
Michael Jordan and Nike are finally coming together to build a golf shoe for everyday golfers to wear. You are likely familiar with the Jordan shoes that Keegan Bradley wears on a weekly basis. He has been wearing them (in some pretty funky colors) for the last few years. Show More Summary
Keegan Bradley and Miguel Angel Jimenez got into it on the 18th hole of the WGC-Match Play Championship last week. At first, it looked like Miguel may have been sticking his nose where it didn’t belong, but it looks like it may have been strategy all along. Show More Summary
Keegan Bradley admits he got 'schooled' by Miguel Angel Jimenez during their fight
The near-brawl with Miguel Angel Jimenez dogs Keegan Bradley at The Players. Keegan Bradley concedes that Miguel Angel Jimenez got the better of him during their ugly fracas last week in San Francisco, but vigorously denies that hisShow More Summary
During the WGC Match Play Championship last week in San Francisco, something that almost never happens in golf actually happens. Two (...)
YOU PROBABLY HEARD ABOUT THE near fight between Keegan Bradley and Miguel Angel Jimenez (aka "The Mechanic") at last week's WGC-Cadillac Match Play Championship. Well, I don't know about that.But things did get heated during an exchange...Show More Summary
Miguel Angel Jimenez and Keegan Bradley didn’t throw punches like Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao but it certainly looked like they were going to for a few minutes on Friday. Here’s what went down at the WGC-Match Play Championship. Show More Summary
Documented before his dust-up with Keegan Bradley,
Your browser does not support iframes. A match that meant very little on Friday turned out to be the big story at the WGC-Cadillac Match Play Championship. Miguel Angel Jimenez and Keegan Bradley squared off in the third and final round-robin match in their group at TPC Harding Park, both with no chance to move onto the weekend knockout stage. Show More Summary
Professional golf got a shot of testosterone not seen since Tiger Woods’s heyday when Keegan Bradley and Miguel Ángel Jiménez got all up in each others’ faces yesterday at the WGC Match Play. Jiménez, who apparently missed his calisthenics, ended up beating Bradley in the match, after which ANOTHER close-faced conversation took place. Golf! It’s for fighting! Read more...