On Thursday at the Byron Nelson, Keegan Bradley was able to utter that sentiment after he posted an insane round of 10-under 60 that tied the tournament record held by Snead and Arron Oberholser (both those players did it on a different golf course so Bradley's 60 is a course record at TPC Four Seasons).
When you hear about Bradley's number you're immediately impressed, but the way he did it might be the best part of the whole day. Bradley started on the back nine and was 5-under through seven holes, but a couple of bogeys in a row seemed to throw the potential for a ridiculously low round out the window.
That turned out not to be the case when Bradley really heated up, playing his final eight holes 7-under including a closing eagle-birdie-birdie run to get him to 10-under.
Bradley's round matches Phil Mickelson's 60 from earlier this year at the Waste ManagementRead More »from Keegan Bradley goes 7-under over last 8 holes to post 10-under 60 at the Byron Nelson