Stop me if you've heard this one before, but a guy wearing red on Sunday just won a major championship, and he did it by rolling in putts with emphatic fist-pumps and stuffing precision irons to tucked pins.
No, we're not talking about Tiger Woods; we're talking about the newest golfer to succeed wearing his Sunday red: Keegan Bradley, who at just 25 years old became America's newest rising superstar with a dramatic playoff victory over Jason Dufner at the 93rd PGA Championship.
With a couple holes remaining in the championship, it didn't even look like Bradley would be part of the equation coming down the stretch. One shot back of Jason Dufner and sitting in the left rough next to the green on the par 3 15th, Bradley bladed a wedge and watched it roll down the hill into the water. He ended up carding a double-bogey that dropped him to 5-under for the tournament, and made him a mere afterthought.
At least that's what most people assumed. But if we've learned anything about KeeganRead More »from What American drought? Keegan Bradley wins PGA Championship