With more play like Monday when his 64 shared low-round honors for the day Bradley could play his way back into contention for future teams. He’s only 32 after all though he seems older. We saw him burst onto the scene and then he faded quietly to the background. Now perhaps he’s back.
Again I stand with Joe. It’s a sensible and needed rule. It’s odd that the person who got caught in its netting is the most affable well-rounded and caring player among the big names. But even Spieth must understand that a rule is a rule and this is a needed one.
For a brief moment Monday afternoon talk swept ’round the golf world that Bradley would make a capable final captain’s pick for the Ryder Cup team. Caddie-turned-NBC analyst Bones McKay suggested during the broadcast that should Bradley win he’d certainly be in consideration for the final spot.