Bradley looking forward to defence
Last updated: 31st July 2013
Keegan Bradley can't wait to defend his title at this week's WGC-Bridgestone Invitational in Ohio.
Bradley rates the South course at Firestone Country Club amongst the finest tracks that players visit all year - despite its reputation as one of the toughest tests on the calender.
"This golf course is the best conditioned golf course we play on all year," he told reporters.
"It is the greenest, it's got the most grass on it, it is so lush, the greens are perfect every year. It is always one of the best we play.
"(Looking back) I think about putting really well (last year). I think about a lot of putts that I made - a lot of long putts.
"I feel like coming here it is such a good feeling, because of the history and the golf course.
"You really can feel it, it is one of those courses and venues where you can feel the tournament has a little more of a buzz to it, which is something I love and I will always love this golf course."
Bradley hasn't won yet this year, but insists that doesn't concern him. Defending titles he's won in the past is getting more familiar to him.
"This will be my third time defending so I am learning more not to put too much pressure on myself," he concluded.
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