Sunday, August 14, 2011

B of the D Keegan Bradley puts American golf back on top, on his back

Keegan Bradley (-8) took home the PGA Championship Sunday afternoon in a monumental win for American golf.

In what was perhaps one of the best come-from-behind wins in recent golf history, Bradley stormed the field with a surge unparalleled by any other golfer all week.  After a dreadful triple bogey on the 15th, he laced two consecutive birdies, forcing a three-hole playoff against Jason Dufner.  And then this happened:

Congratz Bro
Red shirts on Sunday are for certified game killers
(and Tiger Woods when he makes the cut) 

Meet the new American golf hero, Keegan Bradley




Keegan's interview after his second round 64:



The 93rd PGA Championship was one for the record books.  Bradley, who was playing in his first Major ever, was the first American to win a Major Tournament since 2010, ending the longest such drought in Tour history.  Bradley was also the seventh consecutive first-time major winner, which is also the longest such streak in PGA history.

The Floridian took home just over 1.4 million dollars with his more than stellar performance.  B of the D honors no doubt.

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