Tag Archives: Keegan Bradley

Jul
1
2014

 

According to an article on the Back9Network.com, the Ice Bucket Challenge did not originate in the golf world, but the golf world is perfecting it. Rickie Fowler was called out by one of his buddies in the extreme sports world, Supercross legend Jeremy McGrath, and buckets of cold water started to fly from golf courses to hotel rooms to swimming pools to parking lots.

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Jun
13
2014
By Bernie D'Amato under General
Keegan's shuffle. ©USGA/John Mummert

Keegan’s shuffle. ©USGA/John Mummert

Keegan Bradley has developed a distinct preshot routine where he rocks back and forth to ease himself into the address position. It is working for Keegan at the U.S. Open with consecutive 69s over the first two rounds, but one of his playing competitors finds the routine difficult to deal with.

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May
29
2014

Keegan Bradley stuck a conventional-length putter in his bag during the first round of The Memorial Tournament and it went pretty well — he shot a five-under 67 at Muirfield Village, which currently puts him on the first page of the early leaderboard.

Turns out it was Bradley’s mother, Kaye, who encouraged her son to use the short putter.

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Mar
23
2014
By Stephanie Wei under PGA Tour
Every Given Sunday

Finally, Every’s day

Matt Every wondered if he’d ever win on the PGA Tour. He knew he was good enough, but it’s a humbling game, especially when you’re playing against the best in the world on a weekly basis. Finally, it was Every’s time on Sunday at Bay Hill as he captured the Arnold Palmer Invitational by a shot over Keegan Bradley to secure his maiden victory. 

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Oct
4
2013

 

More bromance!

I thought they weren’t into fist-bumping?

Aside from the crappy weather and delays — which we’re pretty used to this year on the PGA Tour — this Presidents Cup is much more intriguing than most expected. We thought it’d just be another American blowout, like every other year, except 1998 when the Internationals captured their lone win.

While there are four matches in the Friday foursomes sessions still in progress, the first two were completed, with the Americans and Internationals each securing a point. The score currently stands with U.S. 4.5, International 3.5.

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Oct
4
2013
Rain, rain, go away

Rain, rain, go away

The horn sounded at 3:09pm at Muirfield Village, suspending Friday’s foursomes session — which might sound familiar because play was halted at 2:38pm on Thursday.

It might also be reminiscent of The Memorial Tournament held here at Muirfield Village in late May/early June every season, which isn’t The Memorial without weather delays. Actually, the PGA Tour’s ongoing battle with inclement weather causing the suspension of play has truly been the theme of the year.

Mother Nature, you win. 

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Oct
2
2013

thursday's pairings

Don’t get me wrong, I’m looking forward to watching the power duo of Jason Day and Graham DeLaet play together and the South African pair of Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel, who also have two of the best swings in the game, along with the ballstriking clinic Adam Scott and Hideki Matsuyama will probably put on, but as a colleague summed it up, “Yeah, but who cares?”

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Sep
22
2013
Yay

The Eleven Million Dollar Man

Henrik Stenson capped off the best stretch of golf in his career with a victory at the Tour Championship, along with the FedExCup, the biggest paycheck in the game. Stenson entered the final round with a four-shot cushion and played rather conservatively on Sunday, hitting fairway woods and irons off the tee, and just sort of hanging on, though he shot a respectable two-under 68 to a wire-to-wire win by a three-stroke margin over Jordan Spieth and Steve Stricker.

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