Keegan Bradley has a deal with Nike and he's been wearing modified Air Jordans for some time now. But with this being Masters week, you knew the 27-year-old star would have to break out something new for his rounds at Augusta. Bradley,...Show More Summary
Leading first-round scores on Thursday in the US PGA Tour $6.2 million (4.5 million euros) Houston Open (USA unless noted, par-72): 65 - Bill Haas, Charley Hoffman 66 - Keegan Bradley, Matt Kuchar, J.B. Holmes, Erik Compton, Jim Renner...Show More Summary
This might be a golf apparel story actually worth fawning over. So our own Emily Kay published a piece on the surge of "scripting," the increasingly popular practice of apparel and equipment companies releasing the outfits their players will wear from head-to-toe all four days at major tournaments. Show More Summary
It was a good day for some of the best in the world at the Golf Club of Houston on Thursday. Phil Mickelson got off to a solid start with a bogey free opening round. With the Masters one week away, the Shell Houston Open provides a final chance to fine tune before heading to Augusta. Show More Summary
Sunday started with two big names and former majors winners in the final group at Bay Hill, but it was Matt Every, a Florida native known to many for a marijuana arrest, who came from behind for the win and really cool emotional finish. Matt...Show More Summary
Adam Scott is still in the lead, but Keegan Bradley and others cut into his lead. Adam Scott is still on top at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, but his lead is significantly less secure than it was at the start of the day. Scott opened the third round with a 7-stroke lead, but now leads by just three, heading into the final round. Show More Summary
Keegan Bradley shot a six-under-par 66 to narrow Adam Scott’s lead to three strokes at Bay Hill with one round remaining.
We complete our bracket previews of the WGC Match Play by picking the Snead bracket all the way through to the final four. The fourth and final quadrant of the Accenture Match Play bracket takes the name of Sam Snead, and Zach Johnson sits on the No. Show More Summary
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We've already seen some pretty incredible golf shots this season and we are barely halfway through the month of January. We've had an albatross in South Africa the same day we had an albatross at the Sony Open and Charl Schwartzel pulled...Show More Summary
Another first in the brilliant young career of Keegan Bradley. At 27 years old, Keegan Bradley is already one of the more decorated American golfers on the PGA Tour. Bradley has a major championship win, earned in 2011 at the PGA, along with two other PGA Tour victories, including a coveted WGC title. Show More Summary
Keegan Bradley will switch to a shorter putter before the anchoring ban goes into effect in 2016, but until then the three-time PGA Tour winner will keep doing what he’s doing. Keegan Bradley, the poster child for anchored putting before...Show More Summary
Jason Dufner has a weighty gift for Keegan Bradley’s looper. With all the ruckus raised lately about golfers breaking the rules, at least Jason Dufner waited until after he played his bunker shot to lift a boulder out of the trap and...Show More Summary
If you've ever spent longer than 90 seconds on Twitter and you're a golf fan, you probably know that Jason Dufner and Keegan Bradley like to mess with each other. Both are always sending stuff to one other poking fun like buddies tend...Show More Summary
This week’s tournament at Sherwood CC should make for some entertaining viewing, what with pairings like Tiger Woods/Matt Kuchar, Jason Dufner/Keegan Bradley, and Rory McIlroy/Graeme McDowell. The final game on the PGA Tour’s silly season...Show More Summary
Peter Uihlein, like his PGA Tour and New England counterpart Keegan Bradley, bleeds Patriots red, white, and blue. Peter Uihlein may be the first U.S. golfer to win the European Tour’s rookie of the year award, but the 24-year-old scion...Show More Summary
Keegan Bradley is playing so well at the CIMB Classic that not even his beloved Boston Red Sox and the World Series can distract him.
Keegan Bradley, the 2011 PGA champion who has rated tossing the ceremonial first pitch at Fenway Park among his most thrilling moments, is keeping tabs on how his revered Red Sox are doing in the World Series but has his eyes squarely...Show More Summary
Pinpoint accuracy helped former U.S. PGA champion Keegan Bradley grab a four-shot lead at the halfway stage of the CIMB Classic in Malaysia on Friday as Phil Mickelson's swing struggles continued.
Keegan Bradley had five birdies in a six-hole stretch on the back nine Friday to shoot a 6-under 66 and open up a four-stroke lead over Ryan Moore after the second round of the CIMB Classic.