Former PGA Championship winner and leader of the 2012 U.S. Ryder Cup team Keegan Bradley will make his debut appearance at the John Deere Classic this year.
Bradley, 27, has had six top-ten finishes in 17 events so far in 2013. He’s ranked tenth in FedEx Cup points and number 16 in World Rankings.
Bradley is also ranked number five in driving distance with a 303-yard average.
Bradley is also slated to take the John Deere Classic charter direct to Edinburgh for the British Open at Muirfield immediately after the JDC ends.
At this year’s John Deere Classic, a field of 156 players will contend for a purse of $4.6 million with the winner receiving $828,000.
Tickets for the John Deere Classic are available at www.johndeereclassic.com or by calling 309-762-4653.