A year ago, Keegan Bradley was sitting on the sidelines, watching the Presidents Cup instead of playing in it, but he’s not only playing a role in the Ryder Cup this week, he’s also revitalizing his partner Phil Mickelson.
To read my latest column in Sun Media on that topic, click here.
The Ryder Cup isn’t all that’s going on. Brad Fritsch of Manotick, Ont., struck for three eagles in the first two rounds of the Chiquita Classic in Weddington, N.C.
Fritsch followed up a 67 with a 64 on Friday and is tied for the lead at the WebDotCom Tour event.
For a leaderboard from that event, click here.