Keegan Bradley extends Srixon /Cleveland deal

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Having been with brand since his college days, US Ryder Cup team member Keegan Bradley has put pen to paper on a multi-year contract extension to remain a part of the Cleveland Golf and Srixon PGA Tour staff.


Not much will change for the 2011 PGA Championship winner heading into the new PGA Tour season, with the American continuing to use a Srixon Z-STAR XV ball as well as his new Srixon Z-Series woods, Cleveland irons and Cleveland 588 RTX 2.0 wedges.

Bradley will also continue wearing headwear with a Srixon logo on the front and Cleveland Golf logos on the sides, while wearing a Srixon glove and carrying a Srixon golf bag.

Keegan Bradley confident new contract will yield success


Keegan Bradley

Throughout his time on tour, the 28-year-old has amassed a total career prize money of $14,134,708, earning $2,828,638 this season alone. Next year, Bradley is targeting further success and he feels extending his current deal gives him the security he needs to succeed.
"I think 2015 is going to be a big year for me." - Keegan Bradley

“I’m really happy about continuing the relationship I’ve had with Cleveland Golf and Srixon,” said Bradley, a native of Woodstock, Vermont. “I think 2015 is going to be a big year for me. A major part of that comes from the confidence I have in my equipment and trust in Cleveland Golf and Srixon’s really great support staff.”

Keegan Bradley is known for his competitive sprit on the course, something that drives him forward. Todd Harman, president of Cleveland Golf/Srixon, is glad to have signed the three-time PGA Tour winner to a new deal and believes a character like Bradley would be a welcome addition to any brand.
"We are extremely pleased that Keegan has once again chosen to remain a member of our PGA Tour staff."

“We take great pride in the passion and competitive drive that Keegan brings to the game of golf,” said Harman. “Keegan is the type of brand ambassador and competitor that any organisation would be thrilled to have as a member of their team.

“We are extremely pleased that Keegan has once again chosen to remain a member of our PGA Tour staff.

“We’ve had the pleasure to play a part in Keegan’s journey dating all the way back to his college days at St. John’s, and we’re thrilled to continue being a part of his journey moving forward.”

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