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Keegan Bradley Wins His First PGA Tour Title in Four Years

It’s been a while since we’ve seen Keegan Bradley win a major tournament, but he’s finally back on top! The former PGA Championship winner scored a one-shot victory at the ZOZO Championship in Japan this past weekend, which marks his first PGA tour win in over four years. The tournament was unpredictable until the very last moment, but Bradley eventually managed to finish one stroke ahead of his American compatriots Andrew Putnam and Rickie Fowler, who was the overnight leader. Bradley said that he’s proud to win this tournament, and he’s hoping that his victory in Japan is just the start of the great things to come. “There’s a lot of hard work that goes into it. Even if you play perfectly, doesn’t mean you’re going to win. But for me, I feel like I should be contending for tournaments, I want to be contending to play on Ryder Cup, Presidents Cups teams, majors,” said Bradley following his win. This is Bradley’s fifth PGA tour win overall, and the first in four years, since the BMW Championship in 2018. He’s best known as the winner of the 2011 PGA Championship, but the list of his tour wins also includes the Byron Nelson Championship in 2011 and the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational in 2012.