ATLANTA – Now that the PGA of America has abandoned the slogan “Glory’s Last Shot” for the year’s final major, maybe the Tour Championship can start using it.
Keegan Bradley is among those in this week’s 30-man field still searching for his first victory of the year – and this is, of course, his last shot to claim it.
“I'm disappointed I haven't got one,” he said after a second-round 65 vaulted him up the leaderboard. “But I did a good job today of giving myself at least a chance on the weekend.”
As for the differences between Friday’s round and his opening 2-over 72, Bradley claimed they weren’t as far off as the scores indicate.
“I just hit some more putts, and I hit a bunch more 3-woods off the tee today. I was hitting it in the rough a little bit. It's great to shoot that number around here because this is a tough track.”