Keegan Bradley is aware he can’t let his guard down thanks to posting a win, especially when its a major championship and he is the defending champion. “After I've won a tournament my record isn't that great,” he said.
“I've learned what to do after you win a tournament. I'll be in touch with a lot of guys. I'll be in touch with Phil (Mickelson), and I'll speak to him, and my Aunt Pat. I remember after I won Nelson and I missed the cut terribly at Memorial, and I asked her if she'd ever won back‑to‑back tournaments, and she said one time. She said it's one of the hardest things to do. I look forward to the challenge, and again, this is going to be my third time doing it. I'm going to be better equipped for it.”