PGA Championship winner Keegan Bradley is the only player in the Masters field who curently has a chance to hold all four Grand Slam titles at once.
A Masters win, however, would come in just his second major appearance. Just one rookie, Fuzzy Zoeller in 1979, has won a green jacket in his first trip down Magnolia Lane. (Horton Smith won the first Masters in 1934.)
That does not seem to bother Bradley in assessing his chances to win the Masters.
”Well, I’ve won every major I’ve ever played in. So I don’t think it’s that hard, to be honest,' Bradley joked Tuesday.
Two weeks ago, however, Bradley was more candid in his assessment.
Speaking at the PGA Championship press conference at Kiawah Island, Bradley said, “I know when you come to a major championship, I have only played in one of them, but this is what I hear, they are all really tough.'