Keegan Bradley gets the job done with three-shot win at Travelers Championship

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The 2011 US PGA Championship winner finished on 23-under par at TPC River Highlands.
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June 25, 2023
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Keegan Bradley claimed his sixth PGA Tour title with a three-shot victory in the Travelers Championship in Connecticut.

Bradley took a one-shot lead into the final round at TPC River Highlands and was never in real danger of being caught after making five birdies in his first 12 holes.

The 2011 US PGA Championship winner gave the chasing pack a glimmer of hope with three bogeys in four holes from the 13th, but eventually signed for a closing 68 to finish 23-under par.

Fellow American Zac Blair surged through the field with a final round of 62 to finish 20-under par alongside Brian Harman, who returned a second consecutive 64.

“This is for all the kids that grew up in New England, who got to sit through the winters and watch other people play golf,” said Bradley, who was born in Vermont, one of the six states which make up the New England region.

“I just am so proud to win this tournament. Travelers and everybody involved puts on a first-class tournament. It’s been like this for a decade and I’m so happy to be the winner here.

“I’m so lucky and thankful to be from this New England area. I just can’t believe it. This seems like a dream.”

World number one Scottie Scheffler, Patrick Cantlay and Chez Reavie shared fourth place on 19-under, with Rory McIlroy another shot back after a closing 64.

“I got off to a hot start, which was nice and what I felt like I needed,” McIlroy said after a round containing seven birdies and one bogey.

Rory McIlroy
Rory McIlroy lines up a putt on the 15th green during the final round of the Travelers Championship (Frank Franklin II/AP)

“Then hit a drive on nine that I didn’t think was that bad. Ended up against the boundary fence and made a bogey there which halted the momentum that I had.

“Bounced back well with a birdie on 11 but then missed a chance on 12, birdied 13. Then just couldn’t get anything to drop over those last few holes.

“I knew I was never going to win with the way Keegan was playing, but I felt like I probably needed a couple more birdies to finish top five.

“I’ll probably still sneak into the top 10 by the end of the day, but would’ve been nice to finish a little higher. Still, it’s another good week and solid performance after a long run, and looking forward to a couple of weeks off.”

McIlroy, who came into the week on the back of his second place in the US Open in Los Angeles, added: “Last Sunday feels like a month ago at this point.

“But coming off the disappointment of the US Open, coming straight here and sort of trying to refocus and forget about what happened in LA and tee it up here and play well, I thought was pretty good.

“I could have sort of went through the motions this week and mailed it in a little bit. I tried hard until the end and put in a decent performance.

Pos.PlayerTo ParR1R2R3R4Total
1Keegan Bradley-2362636468257
T2Zac Blair-2065656862260
T2Brian Harman-2066666464260
T4Scottie Scheffler-1963706365261
T4Patrick Cantlay-1965686167261
T4Chez Reavie-1964636371261
T7Rory McIlroy-1868646664262
T7Denny McCarthy-1860657067262
T9Min Woo Lee-1766656567263
T9Corey Conners-1767656566263
T9Alex Smalley-1770626467263
T9Justin Thomas-1770646267263
T13Hideki Matsuyama-1669646566264
T13Rickie Fowler-1670656069264
T15Emiliano Grillo-1567656964265
T15Carson Young-1569666565265
T15Doug Ghim-1569646765265
T15Lucas Herbert-1567646668265
T19Russell Henley-1469656963266
T19Shane Lowry-1464696964266
T19Greyson Sigg-1466666767266
T19Xander Schauffele-1468646767266
T19Adam Scott-1462686571266
T24Eric Cole-1364657365267
T24Chesson Hadley-1366657066267
T24Aaron Rai-1367666866267
T24Austin Eckroat-1367656867267
T24Ludvig Aberg-1367656570267
T29Zach Johnson-1268666965268
T29Viktor Hovland-1267657066268
T29Wyndham Clark-1268676766268
T29Sungjae Im-1265676769268
T33Cam Davis-1165707163269
T33Luke List-1166706766269
T33Gary Woodland-1169656867269
T33Ryan Palmer-1168676668269
T33Callum Tarren-1167696370269
T38Tom Kim-1069647265270
T38Kelly Kraft-1065716866270
T38Sepp Straka-1069676866270
T38Chad Ramey-1066706668270
T38Kyle Reifers-1069656868270
T38Nick Hardy-1069676569270
T38Michael Kim-1068656671270
T45Davis Riley-970637464271
T45Andrew Putnam-967686967271
T45Jason Day-971646670271
T45Tony Finau-969666670271
T49Russell Knox-868687066272
T49Matt Fitzpatrick-867677068272
T49Kevin Yu-865677169272
T52Webb Simpson-770666968273
T52Zecheng Dou-772637068273
T52Kevin Tway-768667069273
T52Sahith Theegala-766706671273
T56Brett Stegmaier-668677168274
T56Justin Suh-668667268274
T56Harry Hall-670666969274
T56David Lipsky-668677069274
T60Cameron Young-567697267275
T60Harris English-569667070275
T60Tom Hoge-568676872275
63Ben Martin-467686972276
T64Andrew Svoboda-368657371277
T64Stephan Jaeger-366686974277
66Ryan Blaum-271657666278
67Andrew Landry+267687572282
CUTJoseph Bramlett-37166--137
CUTCollin Morikawa-37463--137
CUTRobert Streb-36968--137
CUTSeamus Power-36968--137
CUTStewart Cink-37364--137
CUTByeong Hun An-36869--137
CUTTaylor Pendrith-37166--137
CUTKevin Streelman-36572--137
CUTBeau Hossler-36968--137
CUTDylan Wu-36869--137
CUTMax Homa-37265--137
CUTKurt Kitayama-37166--137
CUTJ.T. Poston-36671--137
CUTLee Hodges-36770--137
CUTDavis Thompson-36770--137
CUTPeter Malnati-26969--138
CUTMark Hubbard-26969--138
CUTCharley Hoffman-27167--138
CUTJon Rahm-26771--138
CUTTommy Fleetwood-26969--138
CUTHayden Buckley-27266--138
CUTAdam Long-26870--138
CUTPatrick Rodgers-26672--138
CUTBrandon Wu-26870--138
CUTSam Bennett-26870--138
CUTSam Stevens-27266--138
CUTThomas Detry-27068--138
CUTBrendon Todd-26573--138
CUTAdam Schenk-26870--138
CUTVincent Norrman-27068--138
CUTJ.J. Spaun-16970--139
CUTJustin Lower-17168--139
CUTMax McGreevy-16871--139
CUTS.H. Kim-16673--139
CUTJim Herman-16970--139
CUTK.H. Lee-16970--139
CUTMartin Laird-16970--139
CUTSam Ryder-17069--139
CUTDoc Redman-17069--139
CUTBen Griffin-17366--139
CUTAndrew Novak-16772--139
CUTDavid Lingmerth-17168--139
CUTNate LashleyPar7070--140
CUTDanny WillettPar7169--140
CUTLanto GriffinPar6971--140
CUTChristiaan BezuidenhoutPar7268--140
CUTBen TaylorPar6674--140
CUTAustin SmothermanPar7268--140
CUTTyler DuncanPar6971--140
CUTAdam SvenssonPar7169--140
CUTCameron ChampPar7169--140
CUTLucas Glover+17071--141
CUTTrey Mullinax+17170--141
CUTFrancesco Molinari+17467--141
CUTJames Hahn+17764--141
CUTTaylor Moore+17170--141
CUTNico Echavarria+17368--141
CUTRichy Werenski+17269--141
CUTTroy Merritt+17269--141
CUTNick Watney+27072--142
CUTSi Woo Kim+27270--142
CUTRyan Brehm+27468--142
CUTPatton Kizzire+26775--142
CUTMatthias Schwab+27567--142
CUTScott Stallings+27369--142
CUTPaul Haley II+27567--142
CUTRobby Shelton+36974--143
CUTRyan Moore+37568--143
CUTBilly Horschel+37271--143
CUTMatt NeSmith+36875--143
CUTMichael Thorbjornsen(a)+37766--143
CUTMatt Wallace+48064--144
CUTBrian Gay+47074--144
CUTJason Dufner+56877--145
CUTErik van Rooyen+57273--145
CUTMatt Kuchar+57768--145
CUTKramer Hickok+57669--145
CUTGarrick Higgo+67472--146
CUTBenjamin James(a)+67175--146
CUTWill Gordon+67472--146
CUTJ.B. Holmes+67274--146
CUTC.T. Pan+87573--148
CUTCarl Yuan+87573--148
CUTJimmy Walker+97376--149
CUTJoel Dahmen+97376--149
CUTTyson Alexander+107179--150
W/DScott Piercy-72---72
W/DMackenzie Hughes-76---76
W/DKevin Kisner------
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