Bradley trusts Cleveland on way to maiden Major victory

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Keegan Bradley had a bag full of Cleveland products as he saw off the challenge of fellow American Jason Dufner to win the US PGA Championship after a three-hole play-off in Atlanta.

Bradley, who was ranked 108th in the world at the start of the tournament, used a Cleveland Launcher Ultralite TL310 with a Miyazaki Kusala shaft and a Launcher FL Fairway wood too. Bradley's impressive driving was evident all week, and he has a season average of over 300 yards off the tee.

The traditional 3-iron was replaced in the bag by a Launcher DST hybrid and a Mashie TM3, while the 25-year-old also put the fabulous CG7 Tour irons to good use throughout the four days.

Cleveland are highly-regarded for their superb wedges, and Bradley used two Cleveland CG14 units, both fitted with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue shafts.

He also used the stunning Z-Star ball on his way to the victory that saw him earn over $1.4m.

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