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PGA Champion Keegan Bradley extends Cleveland/Srixon deal
October 13, 2011

Keegan Bradley, the winner of the 2011 PGA Championship, has signed a multi-year contract extension with Cleveland Golf/ Srixon to remain a member of their PGA TOUR staff. No additional details regarding the contract were made available. Bradley, a two-time winner as a rookie on the PGA TOUR this season, will continue to play Cleveland woods, Cleveland irons, Cleveland wedges and a Srixon ball. He will also continue using headwear with a Cleveland Golf logo on the front and Srixon logos on the side, while wearing a Srixon glove and carrying a Cleveland Golf bag.

Keegan Bradley holds the Wanamaker Trophy aloft“We are extremely pleased that Keegan has chosen to remain a member of our PGA Tour staff,” said Greg Hopkins, CEO of ClevelandGolf/Srixon. “His passion for the game of golf and his competitive drive make him the type of brand ambassador that any company would be honored to have on their team.”

“I am excited to be continuing my relationship with Cleveland Golf/Srixon,” said Bradley, a native of Woodstock, Vermont. “They have been in my corner since my college days at St. John’s, and I have played some unbelievable golf with their products. The tour team at CG/Srixon has always taken great care of me and the other staffers, and I look forward to having them on my side again in 2012 and beyond.”

The 25-year-old Bradley, who is the son of a PGA club professional and the nephew of LPGA legend Pat Bradley, earned his first PGA TOUR victory at the 2011 HP Byron Nelson Championship just days prior to his 25th birthday. He became a PGA TOUR member by finishing 14th on the 2010 Nationwide Tour money list.

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