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Keegan Bradley beats Justin Rose in play-off to win at Aronimink

Keegan Bradley beats Justin Rose in play-off to win at Aronimink

NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa. – Keegan Bradley had reached a low point and crashed from the height of winning the PGA Championship to tumble out of the 100 in the world. His chances of representing American teams in the international game had dried up, his preferred method of legacy was forbidden, and the trust that once put him on the eve of greatness was shot down.

"It's scary when I look back, because I did not know I needed so much improvement," Bradley said.

Keegan Bradley celebrates winning the BMW championship on the first playoff hole at Aronimink Golf Club. Getty

He was like a scientist in the lab, changed his swing, his putting stroke, his basics – investing in the work needed to come where he was soaked on Monday Aronimink: taking it up against each other in a sudden death-play-off against the new number 1 player in the world, Justin Rose.

For a player who had to reinvent his game, the coupling moment did not seem so scary.

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