• HEIGHT 6’2”
  • WEIGHT 190lbs
  • BIRTHDATE June 7, 1986
  • HOMETOWN Jupiter, FL
  • UNIVERSITY St. John’s
  • TURNED PRO 2008


In the nine years Keegan Bradley has been on the PGA Tour, he has enjoyed a tremendous amount of success.

He was voted Rookie of the Year, scored a major win in the PGA Championship, has played on Ryder Cup teams, and also won the PGA Grand Slam of Golf.

Keegan has stacked up a career's worth of accomplishments in just a few years on the tour and has consistently been near the top in the PGA standings. He continues to compete at the highest level.

The prototypical modern golfer, Keegan has ranked near the top in driving distance and possesses a great touch on and around the greens.

Golf certainly appears to run in the family. He is the nephew of LPGA star, major champion, and World Golf Hall of Fame member Pat Bradley. In fact, his Aunt Pat has offered advice and encouragement every step of the way.


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  • Video: Find joy in a golf career. Off course with Keegan:
    Finding joy in a golf career
  • Video: TPC Boston On Tour with Keegan:
    Playing at TPC Boston
  • Video: Drive. On Tour with Keegan:
    WGC-Bridgestone Invitational
  • Video: Drive. Off course with Keegan:
    Staying fit on tour
  • Video: @Keegan_Bradley tweets. Off course with Keegan:
    @Keegan_Bradley tweets.
  • Video: The belly putter ruling. Off course with Keegan:
    The belly putter ruling.
  • Video: Preparing to win. Off course with Keegan:
    Preparing to win.
  • Video: The 2013 Masters. Off course with Keegan:
    The 2013 Masters.
  • Video: Drive. Off course with Keegan:

More About Keegan Bradley

Keegan Bradley is a professional golfer who was born on June 7, 1986, in Woodstock, Vermont. He grew up in a family of golfers, with his father Mark Bradley being a former PGA Tour player and his aunt Pat Bradley being a Hall of Fame LPGA Tour player. Keegan started playing golf at the age of 10 and soon developed a passion for the sport.

After attending Hopkinton High School in Massachusetts, Bradley went on to play college golf at St. John's University in New York. During his time there, he was named the Big East Player of the Year three times and earned All-American honors in his senior year.

Bradley turned professional in 2008 and began playing on the Hooters Tour and the Gateway Tour. He earned his PGA Tour card in 2011 after a successful run on the Nationwide Tour, where he won two events.

In his rookie year on the PGA Tour, Bradley made a name for himself by winning the PGA Championship at the Atlanta Athletic Club. He defeated Jason Dufner in a three-hole playoff to become the first golfer to win a major championship using a belly putter. The win propelled Bradley to 28th in the world rankings and earned him the PGA Tour Rookie of the Year award.

Since then, Bradley has won three more PGA Tour events, including the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational in 2012, the BMW Championship in 2018, and the Puerto Rico Open in 2020. He has also represented the United States in international competitions such as the Ryder Cup and the Presidents Cup.

Bradley is known for his consistent ball-striking and his aggressive play on the course. He is also recognized for his unique pre-shot routine, which involves multiple waggles and a sudden stop before his swing. Off the course, Bradley is a fan of the Boston Red Sox and the New England Patriots, and he often attends their games.

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