Jordan helped Bradley swap putters
DUBLIN, Ohio -- The clock is ticking and Keegan Bradley can hear it counting down in his head, a constant reminder that big change looms and confronting it will be important as his golf career progresses.
Almost 19 months to the day before golf's anchored putting ban will go into effect, Bradley put a conventional model in his bag Thursday at the Memorial Tournament, shooting 5-under-par 67. It was the first time he had done so on the PGA Tour.
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