Keegan Bradley, an alum of St. John's University, Queens, New York, won the PGA Championship Golf Tournament yesterday in dramatic fashion.
Don't be lulled by the rosy cheeks and the aw-shucks wide-eyed look into thinking Keegan Bradley is soft.
The kid never quits.
Just ask Jason Dufner. He had had a five-shot lead on him with three holes to play and watched helplessly on the third and final hole of their playoff as Bradley, a PGA Tour rookie playing in his first major championship, tapped in a two-foot putt to win the PGA Championship at Atlanta Athletic Club.
Just ask Bradley's caddie, Steve "Pepsi" Hale, who said: "The guy's the gutsiest player I've ever worked for. He's got no quit in him. Ever."
Just ask Frank Darby, who coached him for four years on the St. John's golf team.
"Nothing fazes him," Darby said last night.