Bradley signs contract extension with Cleveland Golf and Srixon

Bradley will play a Srixon Z-STAR XV ball, the new Srixon Z-Series woods, Cleveland irons and Cleveland 588 RTX 2.0 wedges.

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Thu, 2 Oct 2014

PGA TOUR and Ryder Cup star Keegan Bradley has signed a multi-year contract extension to remain a member of the Cleveland Golf and Srixon PGA Tour staff.  

Bradley, winner of the 2011 PGA Championship, the 2011 HP Byron Nelson Championship and the 2012 World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational, will continue to play a Srixon Z-STAR XV ball as well as the new Srixon Z-Series woods, Cleveland irons and Cleveland 588 RTX 2.0 wedges. 

Bradley will also continue using 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.

Todd Harman, President of Cleveland Golf/Srixon - U.S.A, said:  “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. 

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

Bradley, a native of Woodstock, Vermont, said: “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.”

The 28-year-old Bradley, who is the son of a PGA club professional and the nephew of LPGA World Golf Hall of Fame member Pat Bradley, is currently ranked 26th in the Official World Golf Rankings. Bradley finished the season ranked 28th on the 2014 Money List with $2,828,638 and has career earnings of $14,134,708.

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