Keegan Bradley JORDAN SPIETH DEMOLISHED THE FIELD in the Hero World Challenge, making it two wins in two weeks in two hemispheres. Spieth posted an insane 26-under total to win by 10 strokes. Meanwhile, 2011 PGA champion Keegan Bradley swapped out his belly putter for a 40-inch Scotty Cameron Futura X5 Dual Balance putter. Show More Summary
Keegan Bradley experiments again this week with a conventional-length putter. Keegan Bradley will display a different look on the greens at this week’s Hero World Challenge -- and likely from now on -- as the 2011 PGA champion will not...Show More Summary
Michael Jordan, a day after showing Keegan Bradley he had lost none of his trash-talking edge, opined that Barack Obama lacked the game to make the former hoop star's dream team. "I’ve never played with Obama, but I would," Jordan, speaking with Ahmad Rashad on Thursday, said, before taking a mulligan on his response. Show More Summary
Keegan Bradley finds out what happens when you challenge Michael Jordan to a Twitter trash-talking duel (hint: it doesn’t go so well for the 2011 PGA champ). Keegan Bradley may have a better golf game than Michael Jordan, but the six-time...Show More Summary
Ryder Cup team stalker and Charlotte Hornets owner Michael Jordan took to Twitter on Tuesday to pump up fans for the start of the NBA season. He took over the team's official Twitter account, documenting his day. Keegan Bradley, who...Show More Summary
Michael Jordan's takeover of the Charlotte Hornets' Twitter account on Tuesday had some good moments early in the day, but he was just warming up at that point. In the middle of the afternoon, the "MJ Takeover" reached a high point. One...Show More Summary
Keegan Bradley went on Fred Couples' Sirius XM PGA Tour Radio Show to beg the PGA of America to make Couples, the three-time Presidents Cup captain, the next Ryder Cup captain.
GLENEAGLES, Scotland - Jamie Donaldson's victory over Keegan Bradley in a singles match Sunday ensured that Europe would best the United States and retain the Ryder Cup.
The Ryder Cup is staying in Europe. Jamie Donaldson assured Europe the 14 points it needed to keep the precious gold trophy today when he went 4 up with four holes to play against Keegan Bradley. The worst he could do was a half-point. Rory McIlroy showed off his class...
Europe has retained the Ryder Cup. Jamie Donaldson was conceded a putt by Keegan Bradley put him four up with four to play, guaranteeing a halve and giving.
Rookie Jamie Donaldson hit the shot of a lifetime to secure a singles victory over Keegan Bradley on Sunday and take Europe to victory over the United States in the Ryder Cup for the eighth time in 10 years.
Unable to lobby captain Tom Watson into playing him and Keegan Bradley Saturday afternoon, Phil Mickelson was reduced to a cheerleader next to his wife Amy all day. It was the first time Mickelson had sat out both sessions in his 10 Ryder Cups as Watson benched the pairing with the best record (3-1) over the last two comeptitions.
Graeme McDowell and Victor Dubuisson were able to do what no other European pairing has been able to: defeat the pairing of Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley. Europe notched a 3&2 victory in the closing match of the Friday afternoonShow More Summary
Keegan Bradley leaves Ryder Cup fourball partner Phil Mickelson hanging after the duo downs Rory McIlroy and Sergio Garcia in a Friday morning fourball match. Don't worry Phil, Tom Brady feels your pain... http://t.co/kTPkhh6Kdj — PGA.COM...Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley finally put Rory McIlroy and Sergio Garcia away in their Friday morning fourball match at Gleneagles. Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley, in a sloppy Friday morning fourball slog that nobody seemed to want to win, were the last guys standing. Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson became the first American to play in 10 Ryder Cups on Friday and duly marked the occasion with a trademark flourish on the final hole to earn a one-up victory with Keegan Bradley against Europe's strongest team.
Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley won the final hole against Rory McIlroy and Sergio Garcia to put the United States in front after the fourballs of the Ryder Cup on Friday.
Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley come back late to knock off Rory McIlroy and Sergio Garcia, changing the momentum from much of the first session and clinching a one-point advantage for the USA. The first four of 28 points have been doled out at the 2014 Ryder Cup, and after Friday mornings four-ball session, the United States leads 2.5 to 1.5. Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley are some of our country's leaders in the golfing buttslap space. The Ryder Cup always puts these pros in the position of having to emote and celebrate with a partner, something they don't do every other week of the year. Show More Summary
The main event of the opening session of the 2014 Ryder Cup has been a tight battle. Sergio Garcia and Rory McIlroy halved the first three holes of their fourball match against Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley. On the fourth hole, however,...Show More Summary