Keegan Bradley looked to be one of the biggest free agents this offseason when it came to equipment endorsement contracts after the 25-year-old captured the PGA Championship in his first major start.
Instead, his current sponsor -- Cleveland Golf -- inked the Vermont native to a multi-year extension where Bradley will play Cleveland woods, irons and wedges as well as a Srixon ball, according to the company's Twitter account. He will also continue using headwear adorned with the company names and logos. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
In addition to the PGA Championship victory at Atlanta Athletic Club, Bradley also won the HP Byron Nelson Championship for his first PGA Tour victory.
By virtue of those wins, Bradley is almost assuredly going to be the PGA Tour rookie of the year and will garner serious consideration for its overall player of the year award.