Bradley wins with 200/1 odds

2011 hp byron nelson championship results keegan bradley

IRVING, TX (TheSpread) – It took one extra hole, but Keegan Bradley picked up his first career win on the PGA tour as he was victorious in the 2011 HP Byron Nelson Championship on Sunday.

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Bradley defeated Ryan Palmer on the first playoff hole after both golfers finished at -3 for the tournament. In the playoff, Bradley made par despite a bad tee shot while Palmer hit his second shot into the water and made bogey.

According to oddsmakers from online sports book, Bradley had 200/1 odds to win the tournament, meaning a $100 wager on Bradley will pay out an additional $20,000.

Ryuji Imada had a one-shot lead with two holes remaining, but finished with back-to-back bogies to finish at -2 for the tournament, 1 shot out of the playoff.

2011 HP Byron Nelson Championship Top 10 Results

1 Keegan Bradley -3 (277)*

2 Ryan Palmer -3 (277)

T3 Ryuji Imada -2 (278)

T3 Joe Ogilvie -2 (278)

5 Jason Day -1 (279)

T6 Matt Kuchar E (280)

T6 John Rollins E (280)

T8 Arjun Atwal +1 (281)

T8 James Driscoll +1 (281)

T8 Jason Dufner +1 (281)

T8 Jeff Overton +1 (281)

T8 Rod Pampling +1 (281)

T8 Nick Watney +1 (281)

*Won in playoff

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